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Scientists Catch Rare Glimpses of the Endangered Vaquita

By ELISABETH MALKIN

An expedition in the Gulf of California yielded photographs and video of a species nearing extinction.

Why Two Black Athletes Raised Their Fists During the Anthem

By TED WIDMER

In 1968, two black Olympic athletes protested during the “Star-Spangled Banner.” Few understood the message they were trying to send.

Who Will Testify Against El Chapo at Trial?

By ALAN FEUER

Two big drug dealers. A corrupt official. The government has sought to protect the identities of witnesses against the drug lord, but some possibilities are known.

Mexican Authorities Disarm Acapulco Police Amid Corruption Inquiry

By ELISABETH MALKIN

The federal and state police, backed by the army, took over security in the resort city, where the local force is suspected to have been infiltrated by organized crime.

A Mexican Baseball Team Plays in Texas. It’s a Home Game.

By JAMES WAGNER and RYAN CHRISTOPHER JONES

The owner of the team decided to stage half of the team’s home games across the border in Laredo, Tex., in a mutually beneficial, and symbolic, gesture of cross-border unity.

A Mexican Baseball Team Plays in Texas. It’s a Home Game.

By JAMES WAGNER and RYAN CHRISTOPHER JONES

The owner of the team decided to stage half of the team’s home games across the border in Laredo, Tex., in a mutually beneficial, and symbolic, gesture of cross-border unity.

A Year After Mexico Earthquake, Parents Demand Justice

By MARINA FRANCO and DANIEL MELCHOR

Twenty-six students and teachers died at the Enrique Rébsamen school during an earthquake. An investigation suggests negligence was partly to blame.

In Mexico, a Truck Full of Corpses Takes a Mystery Road Trip

By KIRK SEMPLE

When a refrigerated truck used as storage by a morgue in Jalisco State was taken on an unusual, and unexplained, trip, it became a sad symbol of Mexico’s wave of violence.

Trump Has It Backward: Many Migrants Are Victims of Crime

By STEPHANIE LEUTERT

Ramped-up enforcement by the United States and Mexico has pushed migrants onto more invisible, risky paths and put them at greater danger.

Vanishing in the Wild, These Salamanders Found Refuge in a Convent

By GEOFFREY GILLER

The achoques have nearly disappeared from Lake Pátzcuaro in Mexico. A colony in the care of Dominican nuns offers hope the species can be saved.

Vanishing in the Wild, These Salamanders Found Refuge in a Convent

By GEOFFREY GILLER

The achoques have nearly disappeared from Lake Pátzcuaro in Mexico. A colony in the care of Dominican nuns offers hope the species can be saved.

In Town With Little Water, Coca-Cola Is Everywhere. So Is Diabetes.

By OSCAR LOPEZ and ANDREW JACOBS

Residents of one of Mexico’s rainiest regions often have no water to drink, so many hydrate with soda. The impact on public health has been devastating.

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