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  • Two tropical waves brew in Atlantic; TD-8 approaches Honduras

    Two tropical waves brew in Atlantic; TD-8 approaches Honduras
    As Tropical Depression 8 moves over Central America, two tropical waves are brewing in the Atlantic, both worth keeping an eye on. One, of immediate interest to the islands of the eastern Caribbean, is expected to approach the Lesser Antilles on...
  • Muere líder campesino en tiroteo en Honduras

    Dos motociclistas con los rostros cubiertos dispararon el sábado contra el líder campesino Secundino Ruiz en el norte de Honduras, luego de robarle unos 4.500 dólares que había retirado antes del banco. Ruiz, de 44 años, murió, mientras que su...
  • Tropical Storm Rina expected to strengthen

    Tropical Storm Rina expected to strengthen
    A tropical depression in the Caribbean strengthened into a storm on Sunday evening, the National Hurricane Center said. At 5 a.m. Monday, Tropical Storm Rina was over the northwestern Caribbean sea with heavy rains affecting northeastern Honduras.  It...
  • For the record

    Honduras: An Aug. 24 Op-Ed article about U.S. policy on Honduras referred to President Porfirio Lobo coming to power in a 2009 military coup. Lobo won an election held in November 2009.
  • Top Ten less-crowded Mayan ruins and sites

    Top Ten less-crowded Mayan ruins and sites
    While there is little debate that the Mayans had an amazing knowledge of numbers and astronomy, many of us hope their calculations regarding December 2012 being the end of the world are a bit off. However, if there are only a few months left, we should...
  • Father-and-son team heading for Central America to help the poor

    Father-and-son team heading for Central America to help the poor
    Owings Mills ophthalmologist Marc Honig and his son, Evan, could have simply donated some money to help the disadvantaged in Honduras. They could have collected some old eyeglasses, or solicited their colleagues and fellow students for help, or tried to...
  • Accused Mexican drug ring posing as media on trial in Nicaragua

     
    The 18 Mexicans said they were journalists from their country’s main television broadcaster, Televisa. They wore the company T-shirt, and the six vans they drove into Nicaragua bore the orange Televisa logo....
  • Caribbean storm now Tropical Storm Harvey

     
    The tropical depression in the western Caribbean has finally made it to tropical storm strength, becoming the eight named storm of the season, Harvey. It's not huge, but it's way bigger than playwright Mary Chase's six-foot rabbit of the same......
  • This is what $245 million looks like

     
    The U.S. Coast GuardÂ?this week announced the Dec. 2Â?seizure of more than two tons of cocaine from a vessel in the Gulf of Mexico. AÂ?special forces team operating from the USS Oak HillÂ?discovered more than two tons of cocaine duringÂ...
  • Venezuelan presidential campaign already heating up

     
    Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez wasted little time in slamming Henrique Capriles, his main opponent in October's presidential election, as an unpatriotic tool of capitalism and the "Yanquis."...
  • See the world: Sri Lankan protesters slammed with water cannons

     
    Every day on World Now, we highlight a photo from somewhere in the world. Today our photo comes from Sri Lanka, where fishermen and Maoist opposition groups are protesting increases in fuel prices. Protests have raged in the South Asian island nation...