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Richard Marosi

Richard Marosi reports from the U.S.-Mexico border for the Los Angeles Times. He was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2015 for his serieson Mexican laborersand in 2013 for his stories on the fate of thousands of immigrants who were deported from the U.S. to Mexico in recent years. Marosi has delved deeply into Mexico’s drug wars, producing a groundbreaking series on the Sinaloa cartel and sharing an Overseas Press Club Award in 2009. In the early 2000s, his corruption investigations in Southeast Los Angeles County contributed to the indictment or ouster of a dozen politicians and city officials. Marosi is a Southern California resident but remains loyal to the Giants, 49ers and Warriors of his native San Francisco Bay Area.
As reunification deadline arrives, fear and uncertainty persist for many migrant families

Thursday was the deadline for the government to reunite more than 2,500 children separated from their parents after crossing the border illegally. But government officials say they have been unable to locate many parents, and hundreds of others have been deported without their children.

Cientos de niños inmigrantes fueron enviados a Nueva York; así pasan sus días

Dentro de las aulas, toman clases de inglés, ven películas y luchan por entender a los abogados que intentan reunirlos con padres que han sido deportados.

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