Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore (CC 2.0 Generic) At the age of 4, my mom and I fled Cuba’s oppressive communist regime. In spite of all the risks and uncertainty surrounding this very scary decision, we boarded a boat we didn’t even know was seaworthy, all on the hope of a free future in the United States.
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A computer monitor square that lights green on the edges when he speaks has become Steven Zylstra’s de facto office. Zylstra is one of a sizable number of Arizonans who have yet to go back to the office two years after the start of the pandemic, opting instead to meet all his clients, co-workers and
A year ago this month, a comparison of military recruitment ads from China, Russia and the U.S. went viral on social media. Our foreign competitors wooed their potential enlistees with muscular appeals to national pride and protection of the traditional nuclear family. A U.S. Army promotional campaign, by contrast, featured a pastel-hued cartoon depiction of
Photo: The archbishop of San Antonio, Gustavo Garcia-Siller, comforts families outside the Civic Center Frustrated onlookers urged police officers to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman’s rampage killed 19 children and two teachers, witnesses said Wednesday, as investigators worked to track the massacre that lasted upwards of 40 minutes and ended when
Donald Trump opened May by lifting a trailing Senate candidate in Ohio to the Republican nomination, seemingly cementing the former president’s kingmaker status before another possible White House run. He’s ending the month, however, stinging from a string of defeats that suggest a diminishing stature. Trump faced a series of setbacks in Tuesday’s primary elections
Piano music wafted from an apartment block on a recent spring evening in Kramatorsk, blending with distant artillery fire for a surreal soundtrack to a bomb-scarred neighborhood in the eastern Ukrainian city. Everywhere in Ukraine, the 3-month-old war never seems to be far away. Those in towns and villages near the front lines hide in