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The Woomblies return to the place it all started

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When the Woomblies take the stage in downtown Franklin this weekend, it’s going to be a homecoming more than 20 years in the making.The...

‘God opened the door’: Mystery surrounds US asylum picks

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TIJUANA, Mexico — In a packed camp for migrant families on Mexico's side of the busiest U.S. border crossing, Nelson Membreño has lived through...

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Hollow edicts from Mt. Olympus

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This editorial was originally published July 7 in the Los Angeles Times. Sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson delights fans with her vivid style, even bolder smile, strength...

‘God opened the door’: Mystery surrounds US asylum picks

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TIJUANA, Mexico — In a packed camp for migrant families on Mexico's side of the busiest U.S. border crossing, Nelson Membreño has lived through...

Armed commando springs local cartel leader from Mexican jail

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CIUDAD VICTORIA, Mexico — A commando of men dressed in military gear and carrying rifles burst into a prosecution holding facility in the Mexican...

High court ruling gives immigrants facing deportation hope

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BOSTON — Just a few short months ago, Lucio Perez moved out of the western Massachusetts church he’d lived in for more than three...

Young Mexicans party again, though some line up for vaccine

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MEXICO CITY — Young adults in Mexico are coming out to party again, even as the country enters its third wave of coronavirus infections...

Mexican court overturns acquittal of 1990s drug lord

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MEXICO CITY — A Mexican appeals court has overturned the acquittal of 1990s drug lord Hector “El Güero” Palma, prosecutors said Tuesday, a development...

US pulls visas of 100 Nicaraguan legislators, judges

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua — The U.S. State Department announced Monday it is revoking the travel visas of 100 legislators, judges and prosecutors who aided the...

Guatemalan president threatens to crack down on protests

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The president of Guatemala vowed Monday to crack down on demonstrators complaining of mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic and protesting delays in shipments of...