Interracial marriages and mixed-race families still struggle to be recognized as the representation of regular Americans. One mom in an interracial marriage realizes that she has set limits on herself, and pushes to break her own boundaries, starting in the kitchen.
Unleashing soldiers across Latin America may seem like an incongruity in a region that suffered from decades of military dictatorships and wars, but with drug-related violence on the rise, some nations say there's no other option.
Consumer confidence has dipped in Mexico, where citizens are starting to feel the impact of the country's tax overhaul. Meanwhile, the government's celebrating a sovereign rating bump.