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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.
Why This Young Coffee Entrepreneur Focuses Exclusively on Nicaraguan Beans
As César Vega grows Café Integral, he’s able to support farmers in his home country.
Support for Sandinistas Not Most Damaging Revelation About Young Bill de Blasio
The bigger issue: his awful answer machine messages.
Edward Snowden Finally Has Some Asylum Offers [Updated]
Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Bolivia have all reached out.
Eastern Standard Debuts Limited-Time Charity Menu
Proceeds from Nicaraguan-inspired delicacies will help teachers in the impoverished country.
Dole Food Co. Settles Over $9 Billion in Lawsuits; Guy Fieri Plans Carnival
The rambunctious T.V. chef might also open his own New York restaurant, whether the city wants it or not.
Sewing Needle Found in Chili’s Ribs; How to Drink Pigeon Milk
In other news, Pepsi and Jamba Juice have both gone very green.
The Case of the Dead Nicaraguan Diplomat Gets Stranger
César Antonio Mercado Pavón started acting morbid months before his murder.
Nicaraguan Diplomat Found in the Bronx With His Throat Slashed
34-year-old César Antonio Mercado Pavón was the Nicaraguan ambassador’s second-in-command.
Dole Lawsuit Dropped; Food Union Rallies Behind Pot Legalization
United Food and Commercial Workers are backing California’s cannabis legalization proposal while Nicaraguan plaintiffs lose their last suit against the fruit giant.
Simon Cowell Smuggles Sapporo Into Mr. Chow; Paula Deen Has Her Maid Arrested
A celebrity talent judge has a fondness for Japanese beer and a celebrity chef reports a jewelry heist at home.
McCain Stands Against Farm Program; Rubio’s Accepts $91 Million Buyout
A former presidential front-runner labels the “Better Know Your Farmer” program elitist, while a Carlsbad Mexican chain is sold.