In this episode, NPR's Latino USA looks at the case of Oscar López Rivera: a story with secret identities and safe houses, an FBI manhunt and even a bit of revolution.
The Thousands of Bodies Along the US-Mexico Border
In the last 18 years, more than 2,800 migrant bodies have been found along the Arizona border with Mexico. About 1,000 of the bodies are unidentified. We speak with a woman trying to identify them.
The difficulties of identifying Latino remains in the United States, searching for lost lives on the border and a report from the Nogales port of entry.
Latino USA breaks down the political history of Nicaragua leading up to today's protests and unrest. Also Grammy Award-winning artist Miguel and FXs 'Pose.'
Latino USA travels to the Coachella Valley to look at the valley's poor access to clean water.
How I Made It: Aterciopelados
Latino USA speaks with Andrea Echeverri and Hector Buitrago, the Colombian rock duo behind Aterciopelados, about how their band came to be and the secret to staying successful over so many years.
Peru hadn't qualified for a World Cup in 36 years, until 2017. Peruvian-American producer Janice Llamoca goes to Russia to experience Peru competing. Also, Tanya Saracho and Aterciopelados.
How I Made It: Balún
New York City-based Puerto Rican indie band Balún talks about their style of music, which they call "dreambow."