This week we bring you two in-depth investigations. The first is a collaborative effort with other news outlets into the February shipwreck of a migrant boat off Italian shores that left over 90 people dead. The other is a series of first-person accounts by journalists fighting to keep holding government to account in Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala.
We also talked with NASA chief Bill Nelson about water on the Moon, with Italy's Deputy PM Matteo Salvini about the possibility of a right-wing coalition in Europe, and with 'Succession' creator Jesse Armstrong about how Brexit and Donald Trump helped shape the HBO series.
Finally, we explored the immense but not so well-known musical talent of Federico García Lorca and the captivating neo-Mudéjar buildings of Barcelona.
We hope you enjoy this selection of articles from EL PAÍS USA Edition. Thanks for reading.