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Lens: Reconciling Heritage and Hope Between Chicago and Mexico

A son of immigrant parents balances a desire to embrace his cultural roots with the better life his parents sacrificed to give him.
Mexico Dispatch: Amid Border Strife, Mexico Beach Town Asks: Where Have All the Tourists Gone?

Mexico Dispatch: Amid Border Strife, Mexico Beach Town Asks: Where Have All the Tourists Gone?

Riderless horses on the beach in Rosarito, Mexico. The once vibrant tourist town is facing a steep drop in the number of American visitors.
Federal Employees Turn to Pawnshops Amid Shutdown’s Financial Pinch

Federal Employees Turn to Pawnshops Amid Shutdown’s Financial Pinch

About three federal workers a day come into Yellowstone Pawn in Billings, Mont., looking for loans as the partial government shutdown continues, said its owner, Blaine Fortner.
Smaller Crowds Turn Out for Third Annual Women’s March Events

Smaller Crowds Turn Out for Third Annual Women’s March Events

Many of the women who attended the Women’s Unity Rally at Foley Square in New York on Saturday came to support immigrants.
Death Toll in Mexico Explosion Rises to 66; Leader Vows to Intensify Crackdown on Fuel Theft

Death Toll in Mexico Explosion Rises to 66; Leader Vows to Intensify Crackdown on Fuel Theft

One of those wounded by the blast — there were at least 71 — being transferred to a helicopter. Villagers, including families, had gathered to scoop up fuel from the breach.

Serbians Are Fighting to Keep Democracy Alive as the Country Takes an Authoritarian Turn

As pro-democracy protesters flooded the streets of Belgrade for the sixth consecutive week, Russian President Vladimir Putin also attracted a crowd here. At a time when authoritarianism is on the
Faced With Tough Words From China, Taiwan Rallies Around Its Leader

Faced With Tough Words From China, Taiwan Rallies Around Its Leader

A television in New Taipei City showing Mr. Xi giving a speech earlier this month. He said that Taiwan “must” be united with China and that independence efforts could be met by armed force.
New York City Food Carts Get Their First Report Cards

New York City Food Carts Get Their First Report Cards

Long Huynh works at a Midtown Manhattan food cart that Friday became one of the first to get a letter grade from the city health department.
Vows: She Crumbled the Fortress Around His Heart

Vows: She Crumbled the Fortress Around His Heart

From left, Gonzalo Ordovas and Manuel Ordovas (brothers of the bride), Sting, Simon Astaire, Pilar Ordovas, Mark Astaire (brother of the groom), Milo Astaire (the groom’s son) and the musician and

Statue of a Friendly, Selfie-Taking Devil Divides a Town

A Catholic association said that installing the statue in Segovia, Spain, would be “glorifying evil.” The artist says his work has nothing to do with religion.
Give the Wombats Some Space, Australia Tells Selfie-Loving Tourists

Give the Wombats Some Space, Australia Tells Selfie-Loving Tourists

Furry marsupials with no fear of humans, wombats often walk right up to visitors to Australia’s Maria Island.
Americans Killed in Syria Were No Strangers to War

Americans Killed in Syria Were No Strangers to War

An image taken from a video showing American troops at the scene of a suicide attack in the Syrian town of Manbij on Wednesday.

Pipeline Erupts in Fiery Explosion in Mexico, Killing 21

The explosion came amid an epidemic of fuel thefts across the country. Initial reports said more than 70 were injured.

New Jersey Priest Arrested on Child Sex Abuse Charges

Father Thomas P. Ganley, 63, of Phillipsburg, is the first person to face criminal charges as part of a larger state investigation into clergy sexual abuse.
After Trump, It’s — Oh, No!

After Trump, It’s — Oh, No!

Impeachment isn’t necessarily the door to a happy ending.
A Republican Challenge to Trump?

A Republican Challenge to Trump?

Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland is a possible Republican primary challenger to President Trump.