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Yesterday β€” December 7th 2019Your RSS feeds

Violence Drives a Swell in Mexican Migration

By Kirk Semple

Many are asylum seekers but are being forced to wait in Mexico, where their lives may be at risk.

Splintered Isle: A Journey Through Brexit Britain

By Patrick Kingsley and Laetitia Vancon

As Britain heads for an election, a Times reporter spent two weeks driving from London to Glasgow. He found a country united only by its disunity.

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Texas Judge Blocks Construction of Private Border Wall, for Now

By Neil Vigdor

A Hidalgo County judge ruled that the privately built wall on the banks of the Rio Grande would pose “irreparable harm” to a nearby butterfly conservancy.

America the Hot Mess

By Timothy Egan

Yet, if you look again, you find a durable past that may just save us yet.

I Almost Lost My Career Because I Had the Wrong Passport

By Brooke Harrington

I had become a full professor and a best-selling author. Weeks later, Denmark charged me with violating my work and residence permit.

How McKinsey Helped the Trump Administration Carry Out Its Immigration Policies

By Ian MacDougall

Newly uncovered documents show the consulting giant helped ICE find “detention savings opportunities” — including measures the agency’s staff sometimes viewed as too harsh on immigrants.

Abolish Immigration Prisons

By CΓ©sar CuauhtΓ©moc GarcΓ­a HernΓ‘ndez

We should shut down these institutions, end the suffering they cause and redirect the money.

Plating Memory

By Soniah Kamal

When I moved from country to country, I kept friends and relatives close through recipes, each morsel an ode to remembrance.

Who Are America’s Undocumented Immigrants? You Might Not Recognize Them.

By Miriam Jordan

President Trump has focused on blocking unauthorized crossings on the Southern border. But nearly half of those who are in the country unlawfully actually entered with permission.

Witness in Hard Rock Hotel Collapse Is Deported

By Adeel Hassan

A construction worker who became a witness in a federal safety investigation into lapses at the New Orleans construction site was deported to his native Honduras.

A Whistle-Blower, a Collapsed Hotel, a Deportation

By Deniz Daser and Sarah Fouts

Deregulation should be blamed for a fallen building — not the worker who sounded the alarm.

Plating Memory

By Soniah Kamal

When I moved from country to country, I kept friends and relatives close through recipes, each morsel an ode to remembrance.

UPS Employees Are Arrested in Scheme to Ship Drugs and Cash

By Abdi Latif Dahir

The operation, which was said to have run for more than a decade, has led to the arrest of 11 people on drug and money laundering charges.

Why I Left β€˜Knives Out’ With Emotional Whiplash

By Monica Castillo

What it’s like to watch a movie in which your greatest fears are played for giggles.

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