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The Trump administration has extended special protections for a small group of Somalis living in the United States, after dismantling the same program for immigrants... [Read More]
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This special report follows the roots of the U.S. border crisis back to violence in Central America. [Read More]
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The poisonous Chechem tree in Central America can cause severe discomfort. Fortunately, the antidote can often be found a tree only feet away. [Read More]
Is there anyplace in the US, Canada or Central America where house centipedes have never made it or if they have, don't survive or... [Read More]
Immigration advocates claim the U.S. government is clearing detention space at the southwest border to make room for more migrants and their families, by moving hundreds... [Read More]
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Houston police chief Art Acevedo is going to the movies. He will be presenting the documentary "After the American Dream," a series of profiles of... [Read More]
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Pervasive violence and poverty drive desperate Central Americans to migrate in search of safety and a better life. UNICEF works with governments and local partners... [Read More]
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Four years after it started ferrying passengers across the border to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, Southwest Airlines is taking its... [Read More]
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America might want to take a page out of the playbook of Plan Colombia, a model program pioneered under Republican and Democratic administrations that delivered... [Read More]
Migration isn't caused just by violence and failing governments: Climate-related problems such as drought, extreme storms and excessive heat have pushed many small farmers in... [Read More]
In 2018, the most important thing in history is to keep Central American families together. Yet, in 2014, the most important thing in history was... [Read More]
The journey through cartel-controlled states in Mexico is safer than what they face in Central America's Northern Triangle, comprised of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. [Read More]
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is heading to Mexico Friday, where he will meet with that country's leftist president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Relations... [Read More]
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