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the cut on tuesdays
Listen to the Stories of Women Who Traveled With the Migrant Caravan
This week’s episode of
The Cut on Tuesdays
Tear-Gassing Migrant Children at Protests Is Not ‘Un-American’
Children have been targeted for violence throughout U.S. history to deter their elders from protesting.
Trump’s Cynical Caravan Gambit
Trump treats the Central American migrant caravan like a military threat because he wants a war-panicked electorate.
After Trump Threat, Honduras and Guatemala Try to Stop Migrant Caravan
They’re not having much luck.
Trump Administration Ends Protection for Last Big Emergency Migrant Population
86,000 Hondurans join 200,000 Salvadoreans and others from dangerous places being shown the door by the Trump administration.
16 Obscure-ish Islands for Mostly Middle-of-Nowhere Vacationing
Swim amid the mangrove trees in Thailand, scoot through coastal vineyards in Turkey — or do nothing at all.
Honduran Minors May Be Allowed to Apply to Enter the U.S. From Home
Hopefully, they’d be less likely to cross the border illegally.
Where to Eat Around the World and Watch the World Cup in L.A.
Even if soccer isn’t your favorite sport, The World Cup offers a tremendous opportunity to try new cuisines.
Ousted Honduran President Can Return to Power
Way to solve a democratic crisis, Latin America.
Honduras President Manuel Zelaya Was Underdressed for a Coup
To be fair, it’s hard to decide what to wear to these things.