‘Human rights groups’ are rarely what they seem.
Statistical flim-flam and media sympathy works
Hundreds coming to Lynn
Opening borders, yard by yard.
Don’t worry. It will add even more diversity to classrooms.
Biden’s visit may open doors for Guatemalans
According to ABC News, McAfee reportedly complained of chest pains while in custody
In the 1940′s, the U.S. government purposely infected hundreds of people in the Central American country with gonorrhea and syphilis
There are many things you can call Fox NFL sports analyst and coaching legend Jimmy Johnson, but ‘wimp’ is not one of them
Torrential rains from a tropical depression saturated the ground in parts of Guatemala and unleashed more than a dozen landslides over the weekend, killing at least 38 people and leaving many more unaccounted for
The true number of undocumented migrants killed in Mexico in recent years may never be known, but would dwarf the number discovered last week
Spain found just enough of the beautiful game — and a touch of good luck — to advance to the World Cup semifinals, beating Paraguay 1-0 on Saturday night
Koman Coulibaly back on the job as World Cup referee despite suspicions of an unjust call which cost American victory in the U.S.-Slovenia match
National disaster agency spokesman David de Leon says 101 people are still missing in the country and 148 were injured
The country’s hostility toward the new immigration law comes as it faces problems of its own
Perhaps President Obama should embrace a simple solution. If the U.S. would just adopt Mexico’s immigration laws, which are obviously fair and respectful of human rights, everyone would be happy