At closed-door meetings in Miami, Trump and his generals plotted a muscular military response to violence in Central America. Been there. Done that. It’s a disaster.
The United States helped create the cauldron of cartel and gang violence in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. But it turns its back on those trying to escape.
The White House announced a plan this week to screen minors in Honduras for refugee status in the U.S. Here's why the country needs our help so badly.
From an attack on an El Salvador group tracking down disappeared children to Daniel Ortega’s recent power grab, are Central America’s old, bloody faultlines reemerging?
What the former Guatemalan strongman’s genocide trial means for Latin America. By Mac Margolis.
Last month U.S. Marines hit the ground in Guatemala to help the government fight narcotraffickers. But is it all for naught? Mac Margolis reports.