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  • El Comedor provides a welcome and dignity to migrants deported from U.S.

    El Comedor provides a welcome and dignity to migrants deported from U.S.
    The migrants begin gathering just after daybreak. Women with young children in tow, men in wool caps and faded hoodies. Others still wearing the bright orange uniforms they were issued in prison. Few speak. Most look down at their feet. Hours...
  • US border agents wearing body cameras to test technology

    Some U.S. border agents have started wearing body cameras in a test of the technology in the field, officials said on Friday. Roughly three dozen cameras are being worn by personnel on a volunteer basis during a 90-day test period at locations in New...
  • Deadly shooting of Mexican man throwing rocks stirs protests

    The rallying cry in Ferguson, Missouri, was "Hands up, don't shoot!" In New York, it was "I can't breathe!" In Pasco these days, the protest signs say things like "It was just a rock!!!" In a case with unmistakable echoes of Ferguson and New York,...
  • Mexico, others dismayed by delay for Obama immigration measures

    Mexico, others dismayed by delay for Obama immigration measures
    Mexico and Central America, the regions whose citizens would most benefit from President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, reacted with dismay and confusion to this week’s court-ordered delay of the measures. The governments of...
  • New Mexico Senate panel passes on spaceport sale bill

    New Mexico lawmakers on Thursday debated the merits of Spaceport America and whether its futuristic hangar, its nearly 2-mile-long runway and the 18,000 acres that surround it will offer a return on taxpayers' nearly quarter-billion-dollar investment....
  • Inquest planned, $25M claim filed in Wash. police shooting

    A county coroner in southeastern Washington said Friday he plans to order an inquest into a deadly police shooting in hopes of defusing rising tensions. The family of an orchard worker killed Tuesday after he was accused of hurling rocks at police has...
  • Official: At least 16 dead in Mexico bus-train crash

    A passenger bus and a freight train collided at a grade crossing in northern Mexico, killing at least 16 people and injuring 22, a Mexican official said. The official said the accident occurred Friday in the town of Anahuac, which is Tamaulipas state...
  • U.S. very unlikely to take plunge on replacing Mexico as world aquatics meet host

    U.S. very unlikely to take plunge on replacing Mexico as world aquatics meet host
    Offering to replace Mexico as host of the 2017 World Aquatics Championships might win the United States big brownie points in the race for the 2024 Summer Olympics – especially since the water event is to take place a couple months before the vote...
  • US envoy: Mexican government must ensure journalists' safety

    The U.S. ambassador to Mexico has condemned attacks on journalists in the country and says it is the government's responsibility to ensure they are protected. U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne said in a statement late Tuesday that he met recently with...
  • Fears of measles crossing southern border into U.S. are unfounded

    Fears of measles crossing southern border into U.S. are unfounded
    Conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh and others have blamed the current measles outbreak on children illegally crossing the southern border of the U.S. "Children sick, healthy, you name it — poor, ill-educated, just tens of thousands of...
  • Brookfield wolf, freed for recovery program, found dead in New Mexico

     Brookfield wolf, freed for recovery program, found dead in New Mexico
    Ernesta, the Mexican wolf removed from captivity at Brookfield Zoo to be part of a recovery program in the wild, was found dead in western New Mexico, officials have announced. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed that Ernesta's body was found...