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Juana Vidal yearns to reunite with her undocumented immigrant son and his family, but she fears the stakes involved. Her son, Elesban Vidal, his wife and their two daughters will join as many as 125 families
A group of researchers in Chile discover 20 underground caves which could help unlock mysteries about how continents are formed Chilean and French scientists have discovered a network of underground caves
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Despite numerous studies showing increased acceptance of homosexuality in many countries as a natural and healthy part of the sexual spectrum, a disturbing new wave of homophobia seems to be sweeping world.
After mounting pressure from DREAMers and activist organizations to get Democratic leaders to take a stand on the record number of deportations by the Obama administration, the Congressional Hispanic (CHC)
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The White House is finding itself increasingly on defense over deportations of undocumented immigrants, as key Democrats and a top immigration reform group have gone public this week with their desire