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One in 10 Firms Bidding for Trump’s Mexico Wall Project Are Hispanic-Owned

Ten percent of the companies interested in bidding for the first stage of the construction of Donald Trump’s border wall with Mexico are Hispanic-owned businesses, as construction firms wrestle with the morality of profiting from the controversial infrastructure project.

5 Things for Thursday, March 23: London Attack, Russia, Health Care Bill

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

Police Stabbed Near UK Parliament in 'terror incident'

A police officer was stabbed and the assailant shot by police near the British Houses of Parliament, in what police are treating as a terrorist incident.

Building Homes, Inspiring Hope for Mexico's Working Poor

Many families in Mexico migrate to the country's Baja region on the West Coast seeking jobs and a better lives. Though they find employment, they often join the ranks of Mexico's "working poor," barely earning the equivalent of $100 a ...

Victims Of Guatemalan Youth Home Fire Arrive In US For Treatment

As the people of Guatemala come to grips with a fire at a youth home last week that killed 40 people, mostly teenage girls, pediatric burn centers in the United States are tending to some of the severely injured victims.

The Ultimate Act Of Love? The Truth Behind Japan's Charaben Culture

On sale are rice omelets molded in the shape of the cafe's Golden Retriever cartoon character namesake and a puppy face made of rice floating in a plate of curry.

DOJ: 2 Russian Spies Indicted in Yahoo Hack

The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that four people -- including two officers of the Russian Federal Security Service -- have been indicted in connection to a massive hack of Yahoo information.

5 Things for Wednesday March 15: Trump Taxes, Snowstorm Aftermath, Dutch Elections

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

Turkey Suspends High-level Diplomatic Relations with Dutch

Turkey will not allow the Dutch ambassador to Ankara to return to Turkey and has suspended high-level diplomatic relations between the two countries, a top government official has said.

US, South Korea, Japan Start Drills Off North Korea

The US, Japan and South Korea sent a pointed message to North Korea on Tuesday, dispatching high-tech missile defense ships to the same area where Pyongyang fired four missiles just eight days ago.

'El Chapo' Guzman Suffering Effects of Solitary Confinement, His Lawyers Say

Documents filed Monday by court-appointed defense attorneys representing drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman offered a glimpse into his isolated life behind bars.

The Ultimate Guilt-free Treat? These Salad Cakes Are Made With Vegetables

Imagine biting into a beautiful cake, but instead of a sugary rush you get the fresh flavors of celery, carrot and red cabbage.

5 Things for Friday, March 10, 2017: South Korea, Russian Ties, Ax Attack

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door

5 Things for Tuesday, March 7, 2017: Health Care, Immigration, North Korea

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door

5 Things for Monday, March 6: Wiretap, Marines, North Korea

Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

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