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How most illegal aliens enter the U.S.

How most illegal aliens enter the U.S.

According to a recently released study by the Department of Homeland Security, approximately 700,000 foreigners over-stayed their visas. Of these, ab ...

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Liars and criminals revealed among adults trafficking kids on the border

Liars and criminals revealed among adults trafficking kids on the border

Nearly half of illegal immigrant minors under the age of 5 recently detained at the U.S./Mexico border cannot be returned because their putative pare ...

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Did the Trump administration 'lose' 1,400 children?

Did the Trump administration 'lose' 1,400 children?

Over the past several days, there have been a flurry of reports stating that federal authorities lost over a thousand unaccompanied alien children, o ...

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How two works of art describe a great chasm in a country

How two works of art describe a great chasm in a country

No trip to the capital of Mexico would be complete without a significant amount of time being devoted to the city’s various art works. Two i ...

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Number of murdered missionaries: 'only the tip of the iceberg'

Number of murdered missionaries: 'only the tip of the iceberg'

According to an account by Vatican authorities, in 2017 there were 23 Catholic missionaries and pastoral care workers were killed worldwide. Among th ...

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Guatemala rejects UN intervention on abortion

Guatemala rejects UN intervention on abortion

NEW YORK, December 22 (C-Fam) A scathing sentence of the Supreme Court of Guatemala on December 8 ordered government officials to withdraw a controve ...

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Why Latinos favor statism

Why Latinos favor statism

Every month 50,000 U.S. citizens of Hispanic heritage turn 18. In the 2016 U.S. electoral cycle, with over 23 million eligible Hispanic-American vote ...

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Will Mexico pay for the wall? Trump says 'Absolutely'

Will Mexico pay for the wall? Trump says 'Absolutely'

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'Black widows' lead violent gang to kill husbands for insurance payouts

'Black widows' lead violent gang to kill husbands for insurance payouts

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Venezuela: Islamo-fascist sponsor of global terrorism

Venezuela: Islamo-fascist sponsor of global terrorism

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Pew study: kids born to illegals in one year would fill a city the size of Springfield MO

Pew study: kids born to illegals in one year would fill a city the size of Springfield MO

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No end in sight for entry of immigrant minors to the U.S.

No end in sight for entry of immigrant minors to the U.S.

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Non-Hispanic whites will account for less than half of U.S.

Non-Hispanic whites will account for less than half of U.S.

Asians will outnumber Hispanics and comprise the largest immigrant group in the U.S., according to a new study.

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Coffee is another endangered species

Coffee is another endangered species

If the plague is not halted, a cup of morning coffee could become a luxury few can afford.

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New study shows immigrants' use of welfare significantly higher than non-immigrants

New study shows immigrants' use of welfare significantly higher than non-immigrants

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Pope Francis: just distribution of goods is a moral obligation

Pope Francis: just distribution of goods is a moral obligation

During his Latin America tour, Pope Francis again condemned 'unbridled capitalism', while also calling for an end to the destruction of Creation.

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Pope Francis condemns Communist crucifix from Bolivian president

Pope Francis condemns Communist crucifix from Bolivian president

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Iran makes moves in the Mideast and Latin America

Iran makes moves in the Mideast and Latin America

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Chagas and chikungunya diseases spread in Texas

Chagas and chikungunya diseases spread in Texas

Chikungunya and Chagas disease are prevalent in Latin America. Visitors to those areas may be bringing it to the U.S. Dogs are a prime factor in spreading fatal Chagas infections.

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New book sheds light on Venezuelan president's esoteric practices

New book sheds light on Venezuelan president's esoteric practices

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The upshot of Correa's victory in Ecuador

The upshot of Correa's victory in Ecuador

Newly re-elected Rafael Correa of Ecuador appears to want to take on the mantle of ailing Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. At take are Ecuador's shaking freedoms and the exploitation of natural gas reserves.

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International court condones feticide in Latin America

A decision by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights is being called Latin America's Roe v. Wade.

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Julian Assange in asylum: Will he find press freedom in Ecuador?

Julian Assange in asylum: Will he find press freedom in Ecuador?

Is President Rafael Correa of Ecuador bent on taking up the mantle of regional leadership in South America by granting asylum to Julian Assange?

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Asia and Latin America lead way in global warming planning

Asia and Latin America lead way in global warming planning

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Latin American schools receive solar panels and Internet access

Latin American schools receive solar panels and Internet access

A cooperative venture involving Spain, Portugal and their former colonies plans on providing solar panels and computers to 80,000 schools in Latin America.

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Iran inaugurates HispanTV: 24/7 television in Spanish

Iran inaugurates HispanTV: 24/7 television in Spanish

Iran augments its agit-prop in Latin America.

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The environmental costs of Latin American electrification projects

The environmental costs of Latin American electrification projects

Highways and hydro-electric projects are exacting a great cost on the environment in Latin America where unique species of animals, plants and fish are endangered.

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The Cost of Prosperity in Chile

The Cost of Prosperity in Chile

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Latin America and the Evangelization of the Digital Continent

Latin America and the Evangelization of the Digital Continent

Meeting in Chile, a congress organized by the Vatican discussed how to reach out to believers and skeptics in cyberspace.

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Latin America: Catholic church sees migration and native religions as challenges

Latin America: Catholic church sees migration and native religions as challenges

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