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Migration Through Darien – The New York Times

Migration toward the United States through the perilous jungle known as the Darién Gap returned to normal on Friday, with hundreds of people from Venezuela, Ecuador and beyond entering the jungle following a roughly five-day pause in which…

The long wait for justice

For half a lifetime, Robert Mailman dreamed about a single moment. But when it finally came, inside a Saint John courtroom on Jan. 4, 2024, he felt robbed. “When they said ‘not guilty,’ I never got the feeling that I really wanted,…

U.S. Makes First Airdrop of Food Into Gaza

The United States made its first airdrop of humanitarian aid into Gaza on Saturday in partnership with Jordan, as the Biden administration tries to prevent a greater humanitarian disaster amid frustration with Israel.U.S. planes conducted…

Colombia’s Special Word for ‘You’

After Altair Jaspe moved from Venezuela to the Colombian capital, Bogotá, she was taken aback by the way she was addressed when she walked into any shop, cafe or doctor’s office.In a city that was once part of the Spanish empire, she was no…

What we learned about all 6 PWHL teams in February

As the calendar turns to March, the six Professional Women's Hockey League teams face three busy weeks before a break for April's world championship.With two full months of hockey in the books, it's clear this league is competitive. More…

Adam Sandler gets serious in sci-fi flick Spaceman

The inspiration for Johan Renck's new film Spaceman is more down-to-earth than one might expect.Although the sci-fi flick revolves around a Czech astronaut venturing into mysterious purple space dust, Renck says what drew him to the script…

Biden Says U.S. Will Begin Aid Airdrops in Gaza

President Biden said on Friday that the United States would begin airdropping humanitarian relief supplies into Gaza, a decision prompted by the dozens of Palestinians who were killed as Israeli forces opened fire near an aid convoy in Gaza…