LATIN AMERICA

“I want Brazil to lose”

Only 55 percent of Rio residents will cheer for their national team in the upcoming World Cup games

LATIN AMERICA

Rebel states boycott Mexico’s education reform

New study finds nearly 2,000 ghost schools that are receiving public funding Some teachers are earning more than President Enrique Peña Nieto

MURDER IN LEÓN

The story behind the shooting of politician Isabel Carrasco

The career of Montserrat Triana Martínez, whose mother admits to the killing, was progressing But then something went wrong in 2011, setting off a chain of events that led to Monday’s murder

BUSINESS

US wholesaler Costco opens first Spanish megastore in Seville

Warehouse club confident it can overcome reticence of local customers to pay membership fee

cinema

This week’s movie releases

Bringing an indie flavor to the Hollywood blockbuster, Gareth Edwards’ ‘Godzilla’ stomps into town

CULTURE

Spanish filmmaker J. A. Bayona’s creatures of the night

The director of ‘The Impossible’ is back with a TV show set in Victorian London ‘Penny Dreadful’ stars Eva Green, Josh Hartnett and hordes of classic monsters