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Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Molly Hennessy-Fiske has been a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times since 2006. She won a 2018 APME International Perspective Award;2015 Overseas Press Club award; 2014 Dart award from ColumbiaUniversity; and was a finalist for the Livingston Awards and Casey Medal. She completed a Thomson Reuters fellowship in Lebanon in 2006 and a Pew fellowship in Mexico in 2004. Hennessy-Fiske grew up in Upstate New York and graduated from Harvard College. She spent last year as Middle East bureau chief before returning to cover foreign/national news as Houston bureau chief.
Trump prevails as Mexican officials stop caravan at Texas border and ship migrants to other cities

Last week, riots erupted when a caravan of 1,800 migrants was held at a shuttered factory in Piedras Negras, Mexico. Mexican federal police surrounded the makeshift shelter and U.S. forces flocked to the other side of the Rio Grande. The migrants were barred from nearing the U.S. to claim asylum.

La cerca fronteriza amenaza un cementerio familiar y una parte de la historia afroamericana

Ahora esa historia puede ofrecer la mejor esperanza para salvar el cementerio familiar.

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