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Border & immigration news roundup

Chavez dies, Mexican journalist killed, Brewer loses in court

Border roundup: The world reacts to the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and Mexican journalist Jaime Guadalupe Gonzalez Dominguez, Gov. Brewer loses in court, Arizona Republicans propose voting restrictions and the border economy continues to cross international lines... Read more»

Chavez's last words: 'I don't want to die'

The late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's last words were reportedly: "Yo no quiero morir, por favor no me dejen morir." In English, they read: "I don't want to die. Please don't let me die."... Read more»

Who is Hugo Chavez's chosen successor, Nicolas Maduro?

After a prolonged battle with cancer, the polarizing socialist leader Hugo Chavez has died. Chavez leaves behind a country in deep economic and political crisis. What's next for the people of Venezuela?... Read more»

The endlessly quotable Hugo Chavez

Here's a look back at some of the Venezuelan president's strangest remarks.... Read more»

Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is dead

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has died after a long battle with cancer, the government announced. He was 58. The death of the leading voice of the Latin American left plunged his divided, oil-rich nation into an uncertain future. (with video)... Read more»1

Chavez returns to Venezuela, but can he govern?

The Venezuelan government's news that Hugo Chavez is back from Cuba boosts his supporters and agitates his rivals.... Read more»1

U.S. conservatives: Terror lapping at Latin America’s shores

Is Islamic terror lapping at America's shores? Roger Noriega thinks so. Noriega, a Kansas native and Republican diehard, is living proof that American politics affords its sons a second chance, maybe even a third.... Read more»

Is Venezuela harboring Hezbollah?

American conservatives warn of militant Islam's spread in Latin America. But their claims are hard to prove.... Read more»

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Spanish paper says Hugo Chavez on life support

Venezuela's VP challenged rumors about Chavez's health, while GlobalPost's correspondent in Havana said the truth about the ailing president's condition is unclear.... Read more»

Nicolas Maduro

Who is Hugo Chavez's chosen successor?

Who is Nicolas Maduro, the man chosen as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's successor?... Read more»

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Hugo Chavez, undergoing cancer treatment, names successor

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has returned to Cuba to undergo more cancer treatment, and has for the first time named a successor. ... Read more»

Latin American equality: Free markets or a left-wing success?

Latin America has long been a case study in the social ills brought by sharp economic inequality, its class-stratified societies marked by too few haves and too many have-nots. As the region’s middle class grows, poverty falls. But who deserves the praise?... Read more»


Cuba policy costs Obama at Summit of the Americas

Forget the horny Secret Service agents and their Colombian hookers. It was U.S. diplomacy that really got screwed at this weekend's Summit of the Americas in Cartagena.... Read more»

Az man, America's Most Wanted, nabbed in Montreal

Steven Dyer, a regular on America’s Most Wanted, is back in police custody after a decade running from a dozen sexual abuse charges in Arizona.... Read more»

Sinaloa cartel carving drug routes in Caribbean

Mexico's deadly Sinaloa drug cartel is pushing into the Dominican Republic, suggesting cartels see the Caribbean as a supplement to the Central America corridor — a shift U.S. officials have feared.... Read more»

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