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Today β€” February 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Explosive device found, disarmed in Mexican mall

Authorities on the outskirts of Mexico's capital are investigating a homemade explosive device found in a shopping mall bathroom.

Explosive device found, disarmed in Mexican mall

Authorities on the outskirts of Mexico's capital are investigating a homemade explosive device found in a shopping mall bathroom.

Phony Wall, Phony Emergency

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The president plans to manage the border crisis from the golf course at Mar-a-Lago this weekend.

Yesterday β€” February 15th 2019Your RSS feeds

Fact Check: Trump’s Rationale for a National Emergency Is Based on False or Misleading Claims

By LINDA QIU

To justify redirecting federal funds to a wall, the president made a litany of assertions about crime, drugs and other issues on the southern border. Nearly all were misleading, exaggerated or false.

Fact Check: Trump’s Rationale for a National Emergency Is Based on False or Misleading Claims

By LINDA QIU

To justify redirecting federal funds to a wall, the president made a litany of assertions about crime, drugs and other issues on the southern border. Nearly all were misleading, exaggerated or false.

A Fat Check for Matt Kuchar Yielded a Slim Bonus for His Caddie in Mexico

By KAREN CROUSE

The caddie, David Giral Ortiz, received $5,000 when Kuchar won $1.296 million at the Mayakoba Classic in November. A typical caddie fee would have been about $130,000, or 10 percent of the winnings.

On Second Thought, Matt Kuchar Will Give His Caddie a Lot More Money

By KAREN CROUSE

The caddie, David Giral Ortiz, received $5,000 when Kuchar won $1.296 million at the Mayakoba Classic in November. A typical caddie fee would have been about $130,000, or 10 percent of the winnings.

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Migrants held in northern Mexico scuffle with police guards

Mexican police have briefly scuffled with some of the 1,600 Central American migrants who are confined to an improvised shelter in the border town of Piedras Negras.

Migrants held in northern Mexico scuffle with police guards

Mexican police have briefly scuffled with some of the 1,600 Central American migrants who are confined to an improvised shelter in the border town of Piedras Negras.

Frustrations grow among migrants stuck at Mexico-US border

Frustration is growing among more than 1,600 Central American migrants penned up for more than a week inside a disused factory turned shelter in the northern Mexico border city of Piedras Negras.

Frustrations grow among migrants stuck at Mexico-US border

Frustration is growing among more than 1,600 Central American migrants penned up for more than a week inside a disused factory turned shelter in the northern Mexico border city of Piedras Negras.

Border agents overwhelmed as Texas begins processing migrant caravan

By Maggie Kerkman

Fox News was recently at a port of entry. Reporters saw when the first small group of about a dozen people from the caravan were allowed to present themselves at the U.S. border, about a week after they had arrived.

El Chapo Is Behind Bars, but Drugs Still Flow From Mexico

By ALAN FEUER

Even without its former leader, the Sinaloa cartel is a major threat and maintains among its competitors “the most expansive footprint in the United States.”

Where Will El Chapo Go to Prison? (And What Happens Next)

By ALAN FEUER and EMILY PALMER

On Tuesday, a jury convicted Joaquín Guzmán Loera of multiple drug conspiracy charges. Here’s what you need to know about the verdict and about what lies ahead for El Chapo.

Where Will El Chapo Go to Prison? (And What Happens Next)

By ALAN FEUER and EMILY PALMER

On Tuesday, a jury convicted Joaquín Guzmán Loera of multiple drug conspiracy charges. Here’s what you need to know about the verdict and about what lies ahead for El Chapo.

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