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  • The ride, friendship that began Mariano Rivera’s Hall of Fame journey

  • COOPERSTOWN — There are many different roads to the Hall of Fame. This one started by not knowing how to get to Eastchester. There was the young pitcher from Panama sitting in the Yankees clubhouse back in 1995. He was scheduled to see his agent in Eastchester to find an apartment, but did not speak...
  • Marvin Oswaldo Esquivel-Lopez, charged in triple homicide, was deported twice

  • A Guatemalan man charged in the slayings of a mother and her two kids in Iowa was in the US illegally — and had been deported twice, authorities said. Marvin Oswaldo Esquivel-Lopez, 31, faces charges of first-degree murder in the triple homicide Tuesday night in downtown Des Moines, the Des Moines Register reported. Esquivel-Lopez, who...
  • 3 detained for questioning over doctor’s slaying in Belize

  • Belize authorities investigating the slayings of a Virginia cardiologist and his tour guide have detained three men in the case, according to local reports. The trio of unnamed suspects are not the same trio who were initially brought in for questioning in the June 23 shooting that killed 53-year-old doctor Gary Swank, Belize Live News...
  • Florida beachgoers form human chain to save swimmers caught in rip current

  • Teamwork makes the dream work, and they proved it in Panama City over the weekend. Cellphone footage captured from a PC balcony shows dozens of beachgoers forming a human chain — with up to 100 people locking arms at one point — as they attempted to save two swimmers caught in rip currents caused by...
  • El Salvador woman faces retrial in case of dead baby found in toilet

  • SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — A young woman who birthed a baby into a toilet in El Salvador faces a second trial for murder Monday in a case that has drawn international attention because of the country’s highly restrictive abortion laws. Evelyn Beatriz Hernández had already served 33 months of her 30-year sentence when the...
  • When the U.S. puts a border between migrant kids and their caretakers

  • On June 12, Gerardo, a 41-year-old indigenous bricklayer from Guatemala, appeared before a U.S. immigration judge in El Paso, Texas. Since crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally two months earlier with his 14-year-old son, he had been separated from the boy and forced to wait in Mexico for his hearing.
  • Why John Sanders left after two and a half months as acting CBP commissioner

  • Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner John Sanders had only been in the job a month when a 16-year-old Guatemalan boy died in the agency's custody. The death sparked a national outcry among lawmakers and immigration advocates. It also deeply resonated with Sanders and shaped his roughly two-month tenure at the top of the agency.
  • Mom of baby who died in ICE camp brings lawmakers to tears

  • WASHINGTON – A Guatemalan mother whose baby girl died after being in a US immigration detention facility told lawmakers Wednesday the US is locking up children in cages as if “they were animals.” “I’m here today because I don’t want any more little angels to suffer the way Mariee did and the way I am...

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