Forgotten: Women of Juárez


In the border city of Ciudad Juárez, hundreds of women have gone missing. The ones that are found have strange symbols carved on their bodies, some have their wrists bound with shoelaces. All are discarded like garbage. The story of Forgotten investigates theories about what or who is responsible—a serial killer, organ traffickers, a Satanic Cult—and pursues an investigation with law enforcement on both sides of the border, terrified witnesses and corrupt authorities

Society & Culture

Introducing: Paper Ghosts

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Four girls go missing, all within miles from one another in neighboring New England towns. And not one arrest is made. Fifty years later, the search for answers is reignited when a call reveals new information that sets the investigation in motion. Listen now! Learn more about your ad-choices at


Introducing: Racket: Inside the Gold Club

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Racket: Inside the Gold Club dives into the world of the Gold Club, untangling the web of players, in an immersive, character-driven drama. Subscribe to Racket: Inside the Gold Club on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad-choices at


Bonus: A Conversation with Ilia Calderón

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Mónica is joined by Colombian journalist and Univision news anchor Ilia Calderón for a conversation about the drivers of femicide around the world, and Ilia’s new book "My Time to Speak: Reclaiming Ancestry and Confronting Race." Learn more about your ad-choices at


Ni Una Más

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Another mass grave is discovered in 2012, suggesting a new wave of femicides. Oz investigates connections between the cartels and the international banking system, and Mónica returns to Juárez for a final conversation with Paula Flores about what happened after Sagrario disappeared. Learn more about your ad-choices at



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Episode 9 - We examine the details that connect many of the murder victims to Juárez's foreign-owned factories, also known as maquiladoras. A Mexican customs investigation takes an unusual turn, leading Diana to a new line of investigation for who else could be involved in the murders.  Learn more about your ad-choices at