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  • Los cuerpos de infarto de las mejores modelos fitness de las redes sociales
    Los cuerpos de infarto de las mejores modelos fitness de las redes sociales

    Los cuerpos de infarto de las mejores modelos fitness de las redes sociales

    Estas beldades son dueñas del mundo fitness de las rede sociales y sus curvas, rutinas de ejercicios y programas de alimentación saludable lo comprueban.
    Constantinos Papailias
  • How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds
    How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds

    How a storm chaser cost Mexico millions of dollars in disaster funds

    Mexico bought catastrophe bonds to insure against disasters but they often failed to deliver, in part due to data from a storm chaser. Mexico has suffered a barrage of storms and quakes that don’t meet the technical parameters required for a payout.
    Jeremy Blackman
  • PAUL McCARTNEY KICKS OFF U.S. TOUR TONIGHT IN MIAMI
    PAUL McCARTNEY KICKS OFF U.S. TOUR TONIGHT IN MIAMI

    PAUL McCARTNEY KICKS OFF U.S. TOUR TONIGHT IN MIAMI

    The rock star discusses his setlist and offers advice for aspiring musicians
  • The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'
    The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'

    The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'

    This year alone, the Salvadoran government expects to receive 30,000 deportees from the U.S. and Mexico. Contrary to popular belief, the majority of them will not be violent criminals. These English teachers are working for a brighter future.
    Jessica Weiss
  • Trump's deportations still don't outnumber Obama's, but immigrants believe the worst is yet to come
    Trump's deportations still don't outnumber Obama's, but immigrants believe the worst is yet to come

    Trump's deportations still don't outnumber Obama's, but immigrants believe the worst is yet to come

    Lawyers and activists say the first six months of Donald Trump’s presidency suggest than an aggressive deportation machine is being put in place.
    Jorge Cancino
  • Man of the moment: Mark Krikorian, the influential immigration hawk of the Trump era
    Man of the moment: Mark Krikorian, the influential immigration hawk of the Trump era

    Man of the moment: Mark Krikorian, the influential immigration hawk of the Trump era

    The leader of Washington's most important "low-immigration" think tank had been waiting decades for plans to secure U.S. borders that include not only undocumented immigrants but also legal immigrants.
    Fernando Peinado
  • "In Guatemala there is a lot of violence against children. You have no way out."
    "In Guatemala there is a lot of violence against children. You have no way out."

    "In Guatemala there is a lot of violence against children. You have no way out."

    Ale, a 17-year-old indigenous immigrant from Guatemala, is currently a student at Met West High School and part of the 67 Sueños program in Oakland.
    Jenny Manrique
  • More Fourth of July, less Cinco de Mayo. Is that the prescription for the Democratic Party?
    More Fourth of July, less Cinco de Mayo. Is that the prescription for the Democratic Party?

    More Fourth of July, less Cinco de Mayo. Is that the prescription for the Democratic Party?

    Hillary Clinton and other Democrats believed they could win the election by following the California model of celebrating diversity and embracing pro-immigration policies. But some liberals now believe the party is scaring away white voters resentful of immigration.
    Fernando Peinado
  • In restless Venezuela, the military will determine how long Maduro's regime can last
    In restless Venezuela, the military will determine how long Maduro's regime can last

    In restless Venezuela, the military will determine how long Maduro's regime can last

    Will the current demonstrations end differently than the 2014 protest movement or last year’s failed attempt to remove the president via referendum?
    Benigno Alarcón
  • California schools respond to students' fear of Trump
    California schools respond to students' fear of Trump

    California schools respond to students' fear of Trump

    From meditation to soccer to art therapy, public schools in California are finding ways to help undocumented students navigate their emotions as they face new immigration policies.
    Jenny Manrique
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