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Alfredo Corchado's book "Midnight in Mexico" is like a pinata. Wherever you crack it open, something good flies out.
Sometimes, the best way to lead is to dissent.
Now that Yanira Maldonado has been released from prison in the Mexican state of Sonora after spending more than a week incarcerated on bogus drug charges, the 42-year-old Arizona woman appears ready to forgive and forget.
Journalists aren't just storytellers. Some people consider them instigators, agitators and troublemakers.
What were they thinking? We'll probably never know. But from their actions, we can figure out who they were thinking about. Themselves.
I've said that President Barack Obama should just stop talking about immigration. The topic isn't his strong suit. He doesn't understand the terrain. And he's not believable.
I often describe it as my most important job. It's the one that is the most difficult, and yet the most fulfilling. It consumes the most time, and it's the one where I most often feel as if I'm in over my head. It's also the one ...
African American Republicans catch a lot of flak, but they can also be an illuminating force in the American political system. The reaction they often generate shows that liberals aren't as progressive as they pretend to be. The left will...
Given the self-serving way in which many reacted to the news of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., one really has to ask gun-control advocates: "Have you no decency?" How about giving a horrified and hea...
A few weeks ago while in Mexico City, I toured the fortified headquarters of the policia federal . Our law enforcement friends south of the border were eager to show off the heavy weaponry they received from the United States.