By Oscar Lopez and Frank Main The Guerreros Unidos cartel that authorities say brothers Adan and Mario Casarrubias Salgado led fueled Chicago’s appetite for heroin. It’s also blamed for the massacre of 43 students in Mexico. Adan Casarrubias Salgado (left), known as El Tomate, and his late
What woke María Zapata Escamilla was the sound of shattering glass. Armed men in military fatigues had burst into her home: they dragged her disabled husband outside, along with her 14-year-old son, still in his pajamas. Then they drove away into the night. Two weeks
A Mexican town celebrates even as it mourns the victims of forced disappearance: ‘There’s still this emptiness’
Cristina Bautista, center, walks with her mother, daughter and granddaughter in front of the procession heading to the church to celebrate Holy Saviour. Photograph: Luis Antonio Rojas/The Guardian Life goes on for Benjamín Ascencio Bautista’s family, although the unsolved case overshadows their festivities with grief
Among the first things I did upon learning about the shootings at three massage parlors in the Atlanta area was to check in with a former massage parlor worker I met in 2019. At the time, I was reporting an article about a prostitution raid at a Florida massage parlor.
The death of reporter Regina Martinez was almost too much for her colleagues to bear.
Four others already had been murdered in Veracruz state in the first two years of Gov. Javier Duarte’s term