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The flyers appeared suddenly on a crisp morning in early November. They were scattered among golden leaves on the grounds of Spelman and Morehouse, the... [Read More]
The flyers appeared suddenly on a crisp morning in early November. They were scattered among golden leaves on the grounds of Spelman and Morehouse, the... [Read More]
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The flyers appeared suddenly on a crisp morning in early November. They were scattered among golden leaves on the grounds of Spelman and Morehouse, the... [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was convicted only of being a felon in possession of a firearm in the fatal shooting of Ms. Steinle in San... [Read More]
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The F.B.I. is investigating the possible attack on two border officers in the Texas desert, which killed one and came amid a rise in assaults... [Read More]
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Her memories of the storm come in flashes: neighbors' screams, gushing water, swimming against the current with her son.For Milagros... [Read More]
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Many Puerto Ricans are reporting intense anxiety and depression for the first time in their lives. Some fear a disaster will strike again. Those who... [Read More]
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Many Puerto Ricans are reporting intense feelings of anxiety and depression for the first time in their lives. Some are paranoid that a disaster will... [Read More]
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The storm's violent winds and screeching rains assaulted the island's psyche for 72 hours, and public health officials say much of the population shows signs... [Read More]
Her placement in San Antonio highlights unusual circumstances of case... [Read More]
Federal agents in Texas stopped the girl's ambulance around 2 a.m. Tuesday before following it to hospital. The agents detained the girl, who has cerebral... [Read More]
Rosamaria Hernandez, who was brought over the border to Texas illegally when she was 3 months old, was riding in an ambulance when it was... [Read More]
Residents of the island have found their creativity stretched to the limit as they try to function without many amenities of the modern world. [Read More]
Using generators, rationing and even bonfires, Puerto Ricans have had to get creative to survive weeks without power or regular water and food after Hurricane... [Read More]
Using generators, rationing, and even bonfires, Puerto Ricans have had to get creative to survive weeks without power or regular water and food after Hurricane... [Read More]
Even as some assistance has arrived, residents have learned to improvise without power or running water, especially those who live in remote areas. [Read More]
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, people across the island, especially those in remote areas, are improvising ways to stay alive. [Read More]
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, the challenge of finding enough water to drink and cook with remains enormous. [Read More]
The president says the island bears some of the blame for its current crisis and that "we cannot keep" federal troops and recovery workers there... [Read More]
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria, much of Puerto Rico still lacks safe tap water, and bottling plants are crippled, leaving residents to scramble after scarce... [Read More]
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