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Sending Children Home to Die

By The Fix staff

What's the reality behind children fleeing Central America? Read this only if you are willing to be disgusted and outraged, including with Obama and HIllary. MORE  

Sobriety in Spanish

By Bobbi Anderson

How a troubled relationship, a foreign language, and a group of Central American gentlemen helped me find recovery. MORE  

Morning Roundup: March 15, 2013

By The Fix staff

Guatemala considers legalizing drugs, a first-time DUI costs up to $16,000 in California, and Moonshiners star arrested for public drunkenness. MORE  

Canada Steps Up Drug War Efforts

By Liam Delaney

The Canadian military is "shifting its focus" to fighting drug trafficking in Latin America. MORE  

Latin America Looks to Europe for Drug War Help

By McCarton Ackerman

Disenchanted with the US's failing counternarcotics efforts, Latin American leaders reach across the Atlantic for model laws. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 22, 2012

By The Fix staff

Guatemala shootings raise questions on US drug war involvement, spending surges on Colorado pot legalization campaign, and tattooed Travis Barker says LAPD is "profiling" him. MORE  

US War on Drugs Hits Guatemala

By McCarton Ackerman

In a warlike move, 200 US marines have been sent to Guatemala to combat drug traffickers. MORE  

Morning Roundup: August 30, 2012

By May Wilkerson

Teen smokers show early signs of heart disease, Canadian casinos tackle gambling addiction, and Prince Harry's naked party may have involved cocaine. MORE  

War on Drugs Becomes "War on Women"

By May Wilkerson

A report from two Nobel Peace Prize laureates highlights military violence against women in cartel-threatened countries. MORE  

Two Cartels Become One

By Fionna Agomuoh

Authorities fear that a major Guatemalan gang is linking up with Mexico's Zetas cartel to dominate Central American trafficking routes. MORE  

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