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  • Guatemala renueva adopciones detenidas a medio proceso

    Guatemala emitió un decreto que podría acelerar el proceso de adopciones iniciadas por docenas de parejas de Estados Unidos, las cuales habían habían quedado suspendidas desde que el país centroamericano prohibió el procedimiento en 2007, a raíz de...
  • It's A Gray Area: Dietrich found success in his second act

    Last month the Heritage Museum of Orange County inaugurated its speakers' series with a presentation by Martin Dietrich, the founder of Dietrich's Coffee. The theme of the series is how various businesses here in Orange County were created, and how they...
  • ICE Arrests 23 Undocumented Immigrants in CT

    There were 23 immigrants picked up in Connecticut during a late September federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) nationwide arrest spree that netted 2,901 alleged criminals authorities say entered this country illegally. The arrest head...
  • Wash Away Thirst campaign underway at local car wash

    Wash Away Thirst campaign underway at local car wash
    A national program to bring clean water to the developing world has finally reached California — and La Cañada Flintridge is its first outpost in the state. The Wash Away Thirst campaign, started by Georgia-based carwash owner Jim Dudley, has now...
  • Man smashes police precinct doors so he can 'go home' to Guatemala

    Man smashes police precinct doors so he can 'go home' to Guatemala
    A man shattered the glass doors the Seattle Police Department's North Precinct on the 10000 block of College Way North about 10:40 p.m. Thursday. A witness waiting outside the precinct saw the man as he arrived on the scene carrying a large rock,...
  • History of UCI commune to be displayed

    History of UCI commune to be displayed
    UC Irvine — The year was 1968. The Age of Aquarius was in full swing. The Tet offensive was pushing forward. And, Joan Didion's "Slouching Toward Bethlehem" was published. It was amid this period of cultural and political upheaval that UCI ,...
  • Sea Shepherd's Paul Watson wanted by Interpol

    Sea Shepherd's Paul Watson wanted by Interpol
    Interpol has issued an international wanted notice for conservationist and “Whale Wars” TV star Paul Watson, days after he skipped bail in Germany as Costa Rica tried to have him extradited. Watson was arrested at Germany’s Frankfurt...
  • Living Single: Traveling Solo

    Living Single: Traveling Solo
    Lonely Planet travel expert discusses great travel ideas for single folks in their 30s, 40s, 50s. According to new singles stats, Washington DC has the largest population of unmarried folks in the country and residents there get married 7 years after...
  • World watch

    Denmark Police patrols in Copenhagen's Norrebro district will be tripled to about 20 officers Sept. 1. The neighborhood is home to many minority groups and has been plagued by violent crime in the last year, including gang turf wars. Pairs of officers...
  • Leftist thinking left off the syllabus

    Leftist thinking left off the syllabus
    Guatemala City Leftist ideology may be gaining ground in Latin America. But it will never set foot on the manicured lawns of Francisco Marroquin University. For nearly 40 years, this private college has been a citadel of laissez-faire economics. Here,...
  • Brew master

    Brew master
    In a java-loving world dominated by Starbucks and flavored with local roasters ranging from Metropolis and Casteel to Stewarts and PapaNicholas, Zell has carved a niche for Intelligentsia based on his coffee — and coffee-drinking —...
  • Ralph D. Winter dies at 84; Christian missionary was one of America's most influential evangelicals

    Ralph D. Winter, a Christian missionary who was named one of America's 25 most influential evangelicals by Time magazine in 2005, died Wednesday at his home in Pasadena after battling multiple myeloma and lymphoma. He was 84. Winter stepped onto the...