Kate Newman and Rodrigo Fuentes: Bible in One Hand, Constitution in the OtherAugust 2015
The politics of Christianity in Guatemala.
The Limits of JurisdictionDecember 2014
For the past six years, Karen has lived in Missouri with her adoptive parents. But a Guatemalan couple are convinced the child is their kidnapped daughter, Anyelí.
Layers of TruthAugust 2014
The novelist and visual artist discuss their collaborative work “The Mastermind y lo contrario.”
Official HistoriesMarch 2014
Veterans of Guatemala’s long civil war recover the secret archive of the National Police, pulling together the missing parts of the past.
Sebastian Rotella: Dos Erres Commander SentencedFebruary 2014
A conviction in the case of the Dos Erres massacre.
Sebastian Rotella: In U.S. Trial of Massacre Suspect, a Rare Chance for Guatemalan JusticeSeptember 2013
Following the federal trial of a former military officer from Guatemala’s 1982 civil war.
Origin StoriesApril 2013
The Guatemalan writer on his grandfather's escape from Auschwitz, translation as collaboration, and giving readers "the words they deserve.
Tom Engelhardt: Monopolizing War?September 2012
War has become a sort of American monopoly--but the American people don't seem to know, or care.
For Sale: BabyDecember 2011
The investigative journalist on the search for Maria Fernanda, the role of Christianity in the trafficking of Guatemalan adoptees, and funding the research for her book via Kickstarter.