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  • The real border problem and what we must do

    The faces of frightened young children huddling together just inside our border are heartrending. Texas Gov. Rick Perry has the right attitude. Enough talk. Let's act. Merely deploying National Guard units underscores the pressing need for a national...
  • Along route north, shelter operators heed calling to aid desperate migrants

    ARRIAGA, Mexico He's not in it for money or self-gratification. He does it for migrants who have no voice, who are afraid to stand out in a country that's not their own. He has dedicated his life to helping secure theirs. Carlos Solis eats, sleeps and...
  • A FONDO-La brutalidad y "La Bestia": por qué la migración de niños a EEUU está descendiendo

    ARRIAGA México (Reuters) - Cuando Javier Soto, un desempleado hondureño de 26 años, trató de entrar ilegalmente a Estados Unidos a principios de este año, recorrió tranquilamente su camino hasta el norte de México antes de ser capturado. Eso no lo...
  • Obama meets with Central American leaders on border crisis

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama pushed the leaders of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador on Friday to find ways to keep their country's children from fleeing here illegally and creating a crisis on the southern border. Obama invited the presidents...
  • GOP border report advises 'compassionate but tough' response

    WASHINGTON Rep. Kay Granger of Texas, who heads a Republican House of Representatives working group on the southern border crisis, offered recommendations Wednesday that she called "common-sense, compassionate but tough solutions" to deal with the surge...
  • Bridgeport Open To Taking In Immigrant Kids

    Washington – The City of Bridgeport is exploring whether it has the facilities that would meet federal requirements to host some of the Central American migrant children who are in overcrowded federal holding centers along the borders, said a city...
  • Absent on immigration reform

    WASHINGTON -- The Republican Party's paralysis on immigration is so complete -- and so utterly irresponsible -- that President Obama has no choice but to act on his own. Just say the word immigration and most GOP members of Congress either change the...
  • Mexicano Pachuca golea en Liga de Campeones Concacaf con doblete de juvenil Gutiérrez

    MEXICO DF (Reuters) - El club mexicano Pachuca goleó el miércoles por 4-1 a Real España de Honduras en el primer partido del Grupo 1 correspondiente a la Liga de Campeones de la Concacaf, donde destacó el juvenil Erick Gutiérrez con un doblete. Hirving...
  • In border crisis, cities and states revisit anti-gang policies

    Second of two parts. Back in El Salvador, a 15-year-old boy is doing what 15-year-old boys everywhere do. He's hanging out, laughing and joking, when a buddy approaches him with a demand: Give me your cellphone. The boy refuses, not realizing his...
  • A U.S. immigration solution: Fix Central America

     A U.S. immigration solution: Fix Central America
    For the citizens of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, the crisis prompted by the surge of children from Latin America coming across the U.S. border is not simply an immigration story. It is about more than unemployment, poverty, gang violence and the...
  • Amid border crisis debate, many new immigrants land in D.C. area

    Virginia is more than 1,500 miles from the Rio Grande Valley of south Texas, epicenter of the border crisis. And it is the home state of Rep. Eric Cantor, who was defeated by a tea party novice who attacked the former House majority leader for being...
  • A FONDO-Coyotes en Internet: los traficantes de personas que trabajan por Facebook

    SAN PEDRO SULA Honduras/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - En 1998, cuando Alan Villeda empezó a traficar personas desde Honduras hacia Estados Unidos, sólo podía comunicarse con sus clientes por teléfono y con mala señal. Hoy en día, su éxito se transmite de boca a...