New technology is helping more people see Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home.
Mexico is on the brink of completing a major transformation of its judicial system. June 2016 will cap an eight-year effort to switch from a closed system of mostly written proceedings to one that opens up trials to the public.
Its goal is undoubtedly ambitious — to combat Mexico’s long history of impunity.
We explore its chances of success in a four-part series. Reporter Mónica Ortiz Uribe will be our guide.