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Couple and Homeless Man Behind Viral GoFundMe Campaign Are Charged With Conspiracy

By SANDRA E. GARCIA

The couple and the man were charged with conspiracy and theft for defrauding donors who raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, the authorities said.

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Pursuits: On Samos, Aesop’s Fabled Isle, a Mix of Greeks, Migrants and Tourists

By HELEN BENEDICT

Business owners, volunteer organizations and refugees welcome tourists who wish to help and enjoy themselves at the same time.

First Rohingya Are to Be Returned to Myanmar Killing Grounds

By HANNAH BEECH

More than 2,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees are set for repatriation from neighboring Bangladesh, many of them unwillingly. The United Nations calls it a “clear violation” of international principles.

The First Thanksgiving

By JULIA MOSKIN

Recently arrived refugees in the United States prepare to cook the most American of feasts.

A Search in Fire-Ravaged California for What No One Wants to Find

By JULIE TURKEWITZ and THOMAS FULLER

In the Northern California town of Paradise, specialists are scouring burned homes for the scores of people still unaccounted for.

New Public Spaces Are Supposed to Be for All. The Reality Is More Complicated.

By WINNIE HU

Some cities bar sleeping and other behaviors in the spaces, a cornerstone of urban life. Advocates for the homeless say such bans are unconstitutional.

Families Search for Missing Loved Ones Amid California Fire Chaos

By MIHIR ZAVERI

People posted on social media asking for information about missing friends and relatives, an effort that was helped by the actor James Woods.

Mexico Gave the Migrant Caravan a Warm Welcome. It Wasn’t Always This Way.

By ELISABETH MALKIN

A caravan of Central American migrants has left Mexico City, bound for the U.S. border. The group has forced a reckoning in Mexico over the treatment of migrants.

β€˜Criminals?’ Hardly. That’s Who the Caravan Flees.

By VICTORIA SANFORD

The would-be immigrants to the United States traveling from Central America are trying to escape rule by authoritarian governments tied to gangs, organized crime and other criminal enterprises.

Trudeau Apologizes for Canada’s Turning Away Ship of Jews Fleeing Nazis

By CATHERINE PORTER

In 1939, Canada refused desperate pleas for asylum by the captain of the St. Louis, a ship with more than 900 passengers. Most were Jews fleeing Germany.

Trudeau Apologizes for Canada’s Turning Away Ship of Jews Fleeing Nazis

By CATHERINE PORTER

In 1939, Canada refused desperate pleas for asylum by the captain of the St. Louis, a ship with more than 900 passengers. Most were Jews fleeing Germany.

San Francisco Approves Business Tax to Fund Homeless Services

By KATE CONGER

The city’s tech elites were divided over the initiative, which is seen as an effort to hold their companies accountable for exacerbating the local housing crisis.

U.S. Continues Giving Aid to Central America and to Millions of Venezuelan Refugees

By EDWARD WONG

President Trump pledged to cut off the assistance because of the caravan approaching the United States. But the money still flows. And the U.S. is helping countries with Venezuelan refugees.

Mystery in a Small Town: A Quiet Couple Shot Dead, Their Daughter Missing

By SARAH MASLIN NIR and TIM GRUBER

James and Denise Closs, who had worked at the Jennie-O turkey plant for years, were found dead. Their daughter, Jayme, vanished. And a town is on edge.

Migrants Bring Cricket (and Victory) to Life in Northern France

By ELIAN PELTIER

A team of Afghan and Pakistani players hopes the sport, and their trophies, will help them gain acceptance and build new lives.

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