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SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — President Obama capped a three-day visit to Latin America on Saturday by urging the region's leaders to fight the drug war not with more guns or military aid but with greater investment in infrastructure, education and energy....
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Central American presidents will likely have a long list of gripes for their U.S. counterpart as they head into meetings with Barack Obama on Friday night. President Obama arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica, on Friday...
Tags: Human Rights, Honduras, Guatemala, Drug Trafficking, Nicaragua
Itzel Ortega should have been bursting with the good news. Instead, her eyes filled with tears as she confided in her former English teacher. She had just been accepted to the architecture program at Cal Poly Pomona. But she wasn't eligible for...
Nation NowAlleged White House gunman: Alleged White House gunman Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez has been found competent to face charges he tried to assassinate President Obama. But prosecutors want further evaluations....
Nation NowAssassination attempt: An Idaho man has been charged with trying to assassinate president Obama by allegedly aiming a high-powered rifle at the White House Friday night. Two bullets struck the presidential mansion, including one that cracked a window onto...
Kerrville Daily Times, TexasKerr County spent almost $8,000 in March jailing people suspected of violating U.S. immigration laws, and this expense has remained relatively flat over the past year, according to reports released by the state jail commission. Although none were in...
El presidente de EE.UU., Barack Obama, se comprometió en San José con un enfoque "regional" para la lucha antidrogas en Centroamérica, que no pasará por la militarización, y dio su apoyo a Costa Rica en sus aspiraciones de ingresar a la Organización...
Tags: Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Barack Obama
Staff WriterAs California water agencies convene in Washington, D.C., next week for an annual conference, a delegation from the Salton Sea Authority will take its message directly to the Department of the Interior. “The message is not only to request further...
Tags: Ken Salazar
Desde que era joven, mi di cuenta que muchos de los gobiernos del hemisferio eran regidos por dictadores, generales, o como se les decía entonces, caudillos. En Venezuela estaba el general Marcos Pérez Jiménez, en Perú el general Manuel Odría;...
Tags: Venezuela, Nicaragua, Twitter, Inc., Cuba, Barack Obama
As a young man, I realized that in Latin America many of the governments in the hemisphere were ruled by dictators, generals or, as they were known back then, caudillos. Venezuela was governed by Gen. Marcos Pérez Jiménez, Perú by Gen. Manuel Odría;...
Staff WriterCOACHELLA — The Salton Sea Authority may convene its next meeting ahead of schedule to hammer out a unified message in anticipation of a meeting with officials from the Department of the Interior. “When we had the visit from Secretary (Ken)...
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