El Salvador News
Zika Virus Causes Pregnancy Dilemmas in Outbreak Areas Due to Birth Defect Fears
The Zika virus has put health officials across the globe in a difficult position about giving advice to couples wanting to start a family. The virus seems to cause minor infections in most people but in pregnant women it has been found to cause serious birth defects in their babies. The quick
Charge Dropped Against Immigrant Who Took Refuge in Church
Federal prosecutors have dismissed an illegal re-entry charge against an immigrant-rights activist who took refuge in a Portland church to avoid deportation
O.J., The People Have Spoken
I n 1995, I was down at the L.A. Courthouse with an army of other photographers wondering why I was taking the same uninspired pictures as everyone else. What really interested me were the views of bystanders; after all, everyone had an opinion about O.J. - and I saw a means of creating a platform
Baby Back Home After Being Switched at Birth
Mercy Casanalles was given the wrong baby after giving birth in El Salvador.
Defense Makes New Allegations Against Former Congressman Gary Condit in Chandra Levy Case
New allegations made by the defense in a new trial for the man accused of murdering murder -trial.htm" id="ramplink_Chandra Levy_" targetblank">Chandra Levy are raising questions about the disappearance of Levy, the FBI intern who vanished in May 2001 and whose remains were found the next year in
New Allegations Ahead of Retrial in Chandra Levy Case
Defense attorneys pointing fingers at former Congressman Gary Condit's possible past romantic relationship.
Funeral Service in El Salvador Becomes Gang Target: Part 2
Shots rang out as a grieving mother buries another son shot dead over gang rivalry, and after one gang leader demonstrated his power to hold a ceasefire.
In El Salvador , the Murder Capital of the World, Gang Violence Becomes a Way of Life
It was the middle of the night in El Salvador and officers, armed with masks and body armor, were asking men they had arrested to remove their shirts before they brought them to a rundown police station in the country’s capital city. The officers were checking for tattoos that would reveal certain
Donald Trump's Plan to Block Payments to Mexico Could Harm Dependent Communities
Donald Trump 's proposal to block money transfers to Mexico until the country pays for a border wall has immigrants like Juana Alvarez worried about her family. Alvarez, 39, left Puebla, Mexico, for the U.S. in 1993, knowing only an uncle in New York. Since then, she's been wiring money to her