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A Moment in Mexico: The Diver

Mexico City employs a diver to clear out clogs and snags from its gigantic sewer system. And he loves it.

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A Moment in Mexico: Ruptured City

In the aftermath of a major earthquake in Mexico City last year, aerial footage captures the resilience of the city’s response.

Lens: An Intimate Exploration of a Queer Love Story

By KERRY MANDERS

Jake Naughton and Juan Anibal Sosa Iglesias reflect on joy, love and loss in their relationship through their collaborative photo book “When We Were Strangers.”

With U.S. Soil Achingly Close, Decision Time for Caravan Migrants

By MAYA AVERBUCH and KIRK SEMPLE

Migrants in Tijuana who imagined the United States would throw open its gates at the last moment now know better. Some are trying to breach them.

El Chapo’s Early Days as a Budding Kingpin

By ALAN FEUER and EMILY PALMER

Two high-profile government witnesses last week detailed how Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, built an empire by innovating smuggling techniques.

Rains Turn Squalid Migrant Camp Near California Border Into Scene of Fetid Misery

By MIRIAM JORDAN and ILANA PANICH-LINSMAN

A downpour quickly flooded the open-air complex sheltering arrivals from Central America, reducing their few belongings to a soggy mess.

El Chapo’s Narco Spoils: A Beach House, a Zoo and a Fleet of Cash-Filled Jets

By ALAN FEUER

A witness on Tuesday testified about the wealth of Joaquín Guzmán Loera’s, better known as El Chapo, and the bloodshed that closely followed him.

Migrant Woman Is Impaled After Trying to Scale U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

By LIAM STACK

A 26-year-old Guatemalan woman was injured in a fall after she and her two young children tried to climb a wall on the border last week.

Muted Testimony in the El Chapo Trial: Mysteries of the Second Week

By ALAN FEUER and EMILY PALMER

The second week of the trial was significant for what we didn’t end up finding out.

As Migrants Try to Cross Border, U.S. Closes It

Hundreds of migrants tried to evade the police and cross from Tijuana, Mexico, into San Diego. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency responded by firing tear gas and closing the border in both directions. Thousands of migrants from Central America have been living in a shelter in Tijuana.

Migrants in Tijuana Run to U.S. Border, but Fall Back in Face of Tear Gas

By MAYA AVERBUCH and ELISABETH MALKIN

A peaceful march veered out of control as hundreds of migrants tried to evade a Mexican police blockade and reach the border crossing.

critic’s pick: β€˜Roma’ Review: Alfonso CuarΓ³n’s Masterpiece of Memory

By MANOHLA DARGIS

Cuarón uses both intimacy and monumentality to express the depths of ordinary life in this autobiographical movie set in Mexico City in the 1970s.

Inside El Chapo’s Vast Network: What We Know After the Trial’s First Week

By ALAN FEUER and EMILY PALMER

Surprise allegations, gory murder details and dismissed jurors were the headlines of an eventful first week in the trial of kingpin El Chapo.

Migrant Caravan Is Just Yards From U.S. Border, but Long Wait Lies Ahead

By ELISABETH MALKIN

As many as 10,000 Central Americans may reach Tijuana, Mexico, in the coming weeks. As the city scrambles to provide for them, a shelter has taken on the qualities of an overwhelmed refugee camp.

El Chapo Trial Turns to Tales of Greed and Gore

By ALAN FEUER

A member of the Sinaloa cartel told the jury about a bloody war between his former boss, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, and the Arellano-Felix gang in Tijuana.

First Wave of Migrants in Caravan Reaches U.S. Border in Tijuana

By KIRK SEMPLE and ELISABETH MALKIN

The caravan traveling from Central America begins arriving in the northern Mexico border city, setting up a potential confrontation with American authorities.

N.F.L. Moves Game Out of Mexico City Over Field Conditions

By KEN BELSON

The highly anticipated game between the Chiefs and Rams was moved back to Los Angeles because the grass at Azteca Stadium was in poor condition.

N.F.L. Moves Game Out of Mexico City Over Field Conditions

By KEN BELSON

The highly anticipated game between the Chiefs and Rams was moved back to Los Angeles because the grass at Estadio Azteca was in poor condition.

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.

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