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  • Vista man arrested on suspicion of killing woman, attacking child

     
    A Vista man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of murdering a 41-year-old woman and brutally attacking an 8-year-old girl. Daniel Hernandez, 28, was an acquaintance of the dead woman, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department. He was booked......
  • Savage Love: Father Figures

    Savage Love: Father Figures
    I'm a 37-year-old single father with a 14-year-old son. I've raised him on my own basically since birth, with help from some good friends and nearby family. Overall he's a good kid: gets decent grades, rarely gets in trouble. Our relationship isn't...
  • In Mexico City, author Daniel Hernandez finds a complex culture

    In Mexico City, author Daniel Hernandez finds a complex culture
    Shortly before Daniel Hernandez moved from L.A. to Mexico to write a book about its roiling capital, a friend gave him an order. "I don't want to see you back from Mexico City until it's physically altered you, until you are different," Hernandez was...
  • Pablo Neruda's death is next to be investigated as Chile exhumes its past

     
    This post has been corrected. See the note at bottom for details. Was Pablo Neruda poisoned? A judge in Chile has opened an investigation into the death four decades ago of the Nobel Prize-winning poet in response to allegations by his former driver...
  • Humala claims victory in Peru elections, beating the Fujimori name

     
    Former Peruvian military officer Ollanta Humala has been named the winner of Sunday's presidential election, news that briefly sent Peru's stock market into a jittery plunge, reports L.A. Times correspondent Tracy Wilkinson from Lima. Humala ran strong...
  • MEXICO: Poet's peace caravan to end drug war approaches Ciudad Juarez

     
    Every few years in Mexico, a grass-roots social movement pops up that seeks to shake up the status quo, take on longstanding corruption, the wide gap between rich and poor, and the often-unresponsive political class. There was the Zapatistas' march to...
  • Chile volcano keeps spewing ash, grounding flights across South America

     
    The Puyehue volcano on the border between Chile and Argentina continued to spew ash over the Andes and Patagonia regions of South America on Tuesday. The eruption is now entering its 11th day and shows no sign of stopping. Flights were grounded from...
  • Flying protest banner intrudes on Mexican president's graduation speech at Stanford [Updated]

     
    President Felipe Calderon of Mexico delivered the 2011 commencement address before 30,000 people at Stanford University on Sunday. The event made headlines in Mexico after an unidentified airplane carried a banner over Stanford Stadium during the...
  • Cartel corruption reaches into the ranks of U.S. border agents, officials say

     
    Mexican drug cartels are increasingly luring U.S. border agents into smuggling operations with offers of cash and sex, authorities acknowledged in Washington last week. Top officials in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security told a Senate subcommittee...
  • Who is winning the drug war's publicity battle?

     
    There's a drug war going on in Mexico with serious tangibles -- nearly 40,000 dead, communities ravaged, armed soldiers and protests in the streets. But there's also a less tangible struggle being fought alongside it, a publicity war. The Mexican...
  • Son of British vet of Falkland Islands war becomes a citizen of Argentina

     
    The son of a British veteran of the 1982 Falkland Islands war has become a citizen of Argentina, stoking tensions in the two nations' still-smoldering political dispute over the islands in the South Atlantic. Argentina's president, Cristina Fernandez de...