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By David Medina The press availability in a small conference room at the University of New Haven's Dodds Hall gets off to an awkward start as those gathered fumble over who sits where at the conference table. The younger Anglo-American journalists, one of them a student, ask safe, standardized questions meant...
We’ve been down this road before on immigration From the Great Depression to Reagan’s farewell speech to Trump’s executive order, public opinion of immigration has continued to oscillate. A little-noticed move by Trump could make it easier to deport immigrants By Craig Timberg and Jerry Markon, Washington Post  27 A little-noticed provision in...
By Nancy Flores - American-Statesman “The Living Room: Storytime for Grownups” series expands to include Latino storytelling series. When Nora de Hoyos Comstock was born, her biological parents gave her to an aunt and uncle who couldn’t bear children. Although Comstock knew the truth, she later realized she had held onto...
By Patricia Mazzei, The Miami Herald Staff coverage of the Panama Papers, the international investigation that exposed how crooks and millionaires use the secret world of offshore companies, and the mordant political commentary of editorial cartoonistJim Morin in a year rife with material won the Miami Herald two Pulitzer Prizes...