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Daniel Trotta

Hondurans who fled political violence fear for lives if sent home

8:56am EST

TIJUANA, Mexico The Pineda family trudged northward for more than a month with a caravan of Central American migrants who are now stuck at the U.S. border. But they were on the run in Honduras much longer than that due to fears of political persecution.

New mother on migrant caravan hopes Trump's heart softens

Dec 12 2018

TIJUANA, Mexico Erly Marcial of Honduras joined the United States-bound migrant caravan with her family even though the 21-year-old was nearly eight months pregnant. She gave birth to a healthy baby on the grueling trail and is now hoping for another miracle. | Video

Paradise lost: Grim search under way in incinerated California town

Nov 12 2018

Experts in identifying human tissue joined California police and firefighters on Monday in sifting through the charred debris of homes destroyed in the most devastating wildfire in the state's history, searching for remains of 228 missing people.

Paradise lost: Grim search under way in incinerated California town

Nov 12 2018

Experts in identifying human tissue joined California police and firefighters on Monday in sifting through the charred debris of homes destroyed in the most devastating wildfire in the state's history, searching for remains of 228 missing people.

Paradise lost - Grim search under way in incinerated California town

Nov 12 2018

Experts in identifying human tissue joined California police and firefighters on Monday in sifting through the charred debris of homes destroyed in the most devastating wildfire in the state's history, searching for remains of 228 missing people.

Arizona could wait a week to learn who its next U.S. senator will be

Nov 07 2018

PHOENIX Arizona voters may have to wait a week or more to learn whether their U.S. senator is Republican Martha McSally or Democrat Kyrsten Sinema, as some 600,000 ballots remained uncounted as of Wednesday afternoon.

Ready for a fight: Voter enthusiasm surges among U.S. Hispanics

Nov 04 2018

Hispanics are more interested in voting this year than in the last U.S. congressional midterm elections in 2014 and their enthusiasm outpaces that of all U.S. adults, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national tracking poll released on Sunday. | Video

Anti-Waffen-Lobby in den USA bei Wahlkampfspenden vorn

Oct 29 2018

New York Erstmals seit mindestens zwei Jahrzehnten haben die Befürworter von strengeren Waffengesetzen im US-Wahlkampf mehr Geld ausgegeben als die Waffenlobby um die National Rifle Association (NRA).

U.S. gun-control groups outspending pro-gun forces on election

Oct 26 2018

NEW YORK U.S. gun-control advocates have outspent by more than 40 percent gun-rights groups on next month's congressional elections, reversing the National Rifle Association's longstanding dominance in spending on gun politics.

Lioness kills father of her cubs at Indianapolis zoo

Oct 22 2018

A lioness has killed the father of her three offspring, suffocating her mate by locking her jaws onto his neck at the Indianapolis Zoo in an attack not fully understood by zoo staff. | Video

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