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Rosaries confiscated from detained immigrants. Photo: Thomas Kiefer/Institute

In an effort to give a human face to the thousands of immigrants detained and separated at the border, the media has resorted to publishing images of personal objects confiscated and discarded by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.

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[OP-ED] Bajos instintos

 03/26/2018 - 09:31
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En tiempo de elecciones los ciudadanos estamos aterrados de los bajos instintos en que han caído algunos de los candidatos, tanto en nuestra patria como en la de otros países supuestamente civilizados. Es en verdad escalofriante el veneno que se lanzan unos y otros. Con unas cuantas palabras ensucian el buen nombre de un candidato o candidata.

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Los aprendices del Presidente

 03/22/2018 - 11:59
Estos son los funcionarios que han abandonado el Barco Trump. 

Bajo su mandato, Donald Trump ha transformado la Casa Blanca en una triste réplica del programa televisivo que le hizo famoso, “El Aprendiz”, de la cadena NBC: despidiendo, despachando u obligando a renunciar a una gran cantidad de funcionarios, ha logrado que sea la Administración con mayores cambios de las últimas décadas.

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[OP-ED] Picking fruit and vegetables is a crummy job that Americans aren't exactly eager to do. Not at any wage

 03/22/2018 - 11:50
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Yet recently, in a tragedy set against the backdrop of the lush farmland of Central California, a husband and wife were on their way to do a couple of those crummy jobs -- when instead they wound up at the morgue. 

Data Controversy Puts Facebook on the Ropes

 03/21/2018 - 05:00
A close-up image showing the Facebook app on an iPhone in Kaarst, Germany, Nov. 8, 2017. EPA-EFE FILE/SASCHA STEINBACH

Cambridge Analytica, the political data firm that worked for both the Trump and pro-Brexit campaigns, has suspended its CEO, Alexander Nix, amid furor over the access it gained to private information on more than 50 million Facebook users. The firm has been also accused of using bribes and sex workers to entrap politicians.

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