Five years of sensitive talks over water rights between the United States and Mexico are finally reaching a conclusion. Government leaders plan to sign an agreement at the Morelos Dam in Mexico next week.
The vote to legalize marijuana in Colorado and Washington State is making waves beyond U.S. borders as Latin American leaders call for a re-evaluation of drug control strategy.
Tijuana's vibrant tourist scene has all but disappeared. But in its absence, the city is becoming a place for a new type of culture, and that includes the enormously popular Xolos soccer club.
Mexicans protest new border crossing El Chaparral and demand re-opening of old port of entry.
Two Harvard graduate students have written an algorithm that tracks the growth of Mexican drug Cartels through Google.
The Mexican border city of Juarez hit a new low this October, but in a more positive way.
An innovative tuberculosis control program in Tijuana will run out of money at the end of the year.
Shootings by the U.S. Border Patrol, justified or not, cause outrage in border communities and take years to resolve.
Mexico's issues are so tightly intertwined with domestic issues, it can be tough to separate the two.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon signs into law a ban on large cash transactions. Will it effectively combat laundering money in Mexico?