CNN's Rafael Romo reports on the investigation into human trafficking in Mexico.
Mauricio Funes was inaugurated Monday as El Salvador's president, promising to work for the nation's poor and disadvantaged.
Voters in El Salvador will line up at a crossroads of history Sunday, deciding whether to give the presidency to a political party that 17 years ago was waging guerrilla war on the government.
Mauricio Funes, a member of a political party that waged guerrilla war against the government 17 years ago, claimed the presidency of El Salvador on Sunday night.
Tallies from Sunday's nationwide voting showed El Salvador's main leftist party losing its hold on the capital but opening a lead Monday in the Legislative Assembly.
El Salvador will elect more than 340 local and congressional officials Sunday, two months before the nation's presidential election. But Sunday's results could go a long way toward determining who that next president will be.