As more Mexican immigrants make successful lives for themselves in the United States, the influx of money back to small communities in Mexico is at a record high. We talk about the effect this has had on rural Mexican life. We also discuss languages with very few living speakers, which might disappear in the next 100 years.
Protesters are calling for the resignation of Mexican President Peña Nieto. They're angry about how the government has handled the case of 43 students who went missing earlier this year. We'll talk with Laura Carlsen of the Center for International Policy.
Deforestation in West Africa has forced bats to leave their homes and move to areas populated by humans, according to journalist Janet Ginsburg. She explains why she believes this could have contributed to the Ebola outbreak.
A mass grave discovered in Iguala, Mexico is believed to contain the remains of a group of student protesters who went missing in September. The students were reportedly attacked by police before disappearing. We'll get an update from journalist Adam Raney, who joins us from Mexico.