Six photos of perseverance. One journey for safety.
Meet three leaders fighting to end the injustice of poverty in Central America.
This month, there will be no feasts or family gatherings for the people traveling north, but there is a spirit to celebrate.
Residents flee eruption, as a threat of landslides, lack of water make village unsafe.
Inside a small town on the Guatemala-Mexico border, thousands of migrants traveling to the US are coming by something hard to find on their perilous journey north: a hot meal.
On October 13, roughly 200 Hondurans gathered in the city of San Pedro Sula to form a caravan to head to the US. Today, as many as 7,000 Central Ameri...