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Feds: Woman crossing from Mexico into U.S. swept into canal, now in comaupdated: Wed Jul 04 2012 22:15:00

A woman trying to cross from Mexico into the United States apparently illegally was swept away in a Texas irrigation canal and was rescued, but has fallen into a coma, the U.S. Border Patrol said Wednesday.

Mega Millions: What if?updated: Wed Apr 04 2012 21:40:00

The Mega Millions jackpot hits a record $540 million. What to do if YOU won? CNN's Mary Snow reports.

Numbers announced in record Mega Millions jackpotupdated: Wed Apr 04 2012 21:40:00

Lottery players across the country scrambled to check their tickets late Friday to see if they could be $640 million richer.

Texas official charged with drug trafficking, money launderingupdated: Fri Feb 24 2012 15:51:00

An El Paso County commissioner who's also a Democratic candidate for the Texas Legislature has been indicted on charges of trafficking 50 kilograms of marijuana and money laundering, authorities said Friday.

Mayor: Bullet that struck El Paso woman possibly came from Juarezupdated: Tue Feb 21 2012 22:25:00

A bullet thought to have been from a shootout between carjackers and municipal police in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, struck a woman walking in neighboring El Paso, Texas, Tuesday morning, El Paso's mayor told CNN.

Technology keeps military families bondupdated: Sun Dec 11 2011 14:11:00

Army Major Frank Rosenblatt shares with CNN how he keeps in touch with his family while he's in Iraq.

CNNMoney: Stocks tumble 2% on Europe jittersupdated: Mon Oct 17 2011 16:22:00

U.S. stocks started the week with a steep sell-off Monday, following last week's stellar gains, as worries about Europe's debt crisis dominated.

Airline: Passenger insisted on phoning in flight, police got calledupdated: Wed Sep 07 2011 16:49:00

Southwest Airlines confirmed Wednesday that it called the cops on a passenger who turned his phone on too soon during a flight to El Paso, Texas. Dave Zirin: Tim Hardaway makes up for comments, stands up for gay rightsupdated: Mon Aug 22 2011 11:48:00

The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community has a new ally and his name is Tim Hardaway. The former NBA All-Star traveled to El Paso, Texas, last Thursday -- where he perfected his killer crossover dribble, also known as the UTEP-Two Step -- to stand up for gay rights. There is a group in El Paso who are trying to recall mayor John Cook and two members of the city counsel for re-establishing domestic partner benefits for both gay and unmarried couples. Hardaway arrived from Miami to speak at a press conference organized by the "No Recall" group.

Mexico: Alleged ammo smuggler is U.S. citizenupdated: Thu Aug 04 2011 04:41:00

An American woman was arrested for allegedly attempting to smuggle 3,500 rounds of ammunition from El Paso, Texas, into Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, according to a Wednesday night news release from the Chihuahua state attorney general's office.

Take a ride with the border patrolupdated: Thu May 12 2011 05:50:00

Ride along with border patrol agents in Arizona and discover the many challenges they face.

Border arrests of undocumented immigrants down 58% in 5 yearsupdated: Thu May 12 2011 05:50:00

By at least one measure, illegal immigration is not the problem that it used to be for the United States -- the number of arrests of people trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally has decreased sharply in the last five years, according to federal statistics.

On immigration, nice words -- and not much chanceupdated: Wed May 11 2011 00:26:00

President Obama struck many of the right notes on immigration reform in his speech Tuesday, delivered along the U.S.-Mexican border in El Paso, Texas.

Why Mexico's violence is America's problemupdated: Mon Apr 11 2011 12:07:00

In the Coen brothers' movie thriller "No Country for Old Men," a grisly scene plays out in El Paso, Texas. Having discovered a bag of cash from a drug deal gone bad, a veteran recently returned from Vietnam ends up crossing the border into Mexico and fleeing a psychotic hit man before ultimately getting shot-up in a motel room.

CNNMoney: Cities with the most credit card debtupdated: Fri Mar 04 2011 13:21:00

The Great Recession hasn't stopped Americans from swiping their credit cards and racking up debt.

Fallout of Juarez violence felt in El Paso, Texasupdated: Tue Feb 08 2011 14:21:00

At one time, teens Carlos Gonzalez, 16, and Juan Carlos Echeverri, 15, were classmates at Cathedral High School in El Paso, Texas.

Official: 3 teens, one a U.S. citizen, killed in Mexican border cityupdated: Tue Feb 08 2011 06:56:00

Three teens, one a U.S. citizen, were killed in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez this weekend, a spokesman with the Chihuahua state prosecutor's office said late Monday.

Judge orders release of Mexican singer accused of rapeupdated: Thu Jan 27 2011 15:29:00

A judge ordered the release Thursday of a popular Mexican singer accused of raping a teenager on grounds that not enough evidence existed for trial, state media said.

Judge gives Mexican singer accused of rape 6 days to present evidenceupdated: Sun Jan 23 2011 02:47:00

A judge has given a Mexican singer accused of raping a teen a six-day extension to present evidence in the case, state media reported.

Report: Mexican singer accused of raping teen to testifyupdated: Sat Jan 22 2011 01:35:00

A Mexican singer who is accused of raping a teen is scheduled to testify Saturday, state media reported.

Drone crash in El Paso under investigationupdated: Fri Dec 17 2010 18:50:00

Federal authorities were investigating Friday the circumstances of a drone that crashed in El Paso, Texas, this week, which U.S. officials said originated in Mexico.

Fortune: How El Paso, Texas dodged the recessionupdated: Tue Nov 16 2010 12:53:00

In most parts of the United States, Americans have lost hope that their homes will restore their value or that unemployment will drop significantly anytime soon. But in the westernmost corner of Texas, there's more than hope -- there's an unlikely building boom happening. The U.S. military base Fort Bliss, covering an area larger than Rhode Island, has become one of America's largest military installations, and that's having a dramatic impact on an otherwise depressed economy.

5 killed in attack at Mexican border city barupdated: Mon Nov 15 2010 00:15:00

At least five men were killed when attackers wielding assault rifles raided a bar in this violence-plagued Mexican border city over the weekend, authorities said.

Nursing school to benefit from 'lucky' grantupdated: Mon Nov 01 2010 18:39:00

CNN Top 10 Hero Guadalupe Arizpe De La Vega founded a hospital in Juarez, Mexico, that cares for about 900 people daily -- regardless of their ability to pay.

A safe place to healupdated: Mon Nov 01 2010 18:39:00

Actress Eva Mendes introduces Guadalupe De La Vega, who runs a hospital for the poor in violence-plagued Juarez, Mexico.

Money Magazine: Retirement saving: How to catch upupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 05:19:00

Question: I read all the time that since I'm in my mid 50s I should be scaling back the equity holdings in my retirement account to 60% to 70% of its value. But I work in a job that I enjoy, that's stable and has no mandatory requirement age. I'm behind on my retirement savings, so I'm wondering if I should invest as if were younger, say, 40 or 45.

FBI investigating man's death in Mexico's Ciudad Juarezupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 18:09:00

The FBI is investigating the death in Mexico of a man who was a U.S. service member, an agency spokesman said Thursday.

FBI identifies Fort Bliss shooterupdated: Tue Sep 21 2010 22:44:00

The man killed after he allegedly shot two women -- one fatally -- at a convenience store at Fort Bliss, Texas, was identified Tuesday as a retired Army sergeant.

Police: Fort Bliss gunman deadupdated: Tue Sep 21 2010 22:44:00

A Fort Bliss commander says two people were shot at a grocery store before the gunman was killed. KFOX reports.

Three shot on Army base near El Pasoupdated: Tue Sep 21 2010 07:34:00

The FBI is on its way to Fort Bliss in west Texas to investigate a shooting at a convenience store on the base that left a man dead and two women wounded, according to base spokesman Dieter Jester.

Border officer involved in death of teen is back on duty, patrol saysupdated: Mon Aug 23 2010 22:25:00

A U.S. Border Patrol officer involved in the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old Mexican youth on the El Paso, Texas, border in June is back at work, a Border Patrol spokesman said Monday.

Video shows border shooting sceneupdated: Mon Aug 23 2010 22:25:00

Video casts doubt on claims by a U.S. Border Patrol agent that he fatally shot a teen while he was being threatened.

'Major gun battle' at Mexican borderupdated: Mon Aug 23 2010 17:07:00

Police say three officers were injured and one suspect is dead after a shootout just 30 yards over the El Paso border.

Texas governor condemns stray bullets fired across U.S. borderupdated: Mon Aug 23 2010 17:07:00

Texas Gov. Rick Perry called on the Obama administration Monday to deploy more resources to the United States' border with Mexico, two days after a bullet -- likely from a gun battle between drug traffickers and Mexican police -- struck an El Paso building.

Drug traffickers, Mexican police battle within yards of U.S. borderupdated: Sat Aug 21 2010 23:21:00

A "major gunbattle" between drug traffickers and Mexican federal police broke out Saturday evening in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, just 30 yards from the U.S. border at El Paso, Texas, causing U.S. authorities to cordon off a section of the city, according to a U.S. Border Patrol spokesman.

Rescuers cut roof to remove dead hoarderupdated: Thu Jul 29 2010 05:20:00

Police say they could not enter through any of the doors because clutter filled the home from "floor to ceiling."

Drowning in junk: Hoarding called a public health issueupdated: Thu Jul 29 2010 05:20:00

Rescue workers drilled a hole in the roof of a suburban Chicago home to extract an 82-year-old woman's body this month.

Survey: Gas prices up nearly a nickel, large increase not expectedupdated: Sun Jun 27 2010 14:28:00

The price for a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline is up nearly a nickel in the past two weeks, but gas prices aren't expected to continue a dramatic rise, according to a survey published Sunday.

Border killing a symbol of failed policyupdated: Fri Jun 11 2010 06:41:00

On Monday, a U.S. Border Patrol officer shot and killed a 14-year-old boy, Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca, under one of the international bridges that connects or, these days, divides, El Paso, Texas, from Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

Scientist taught world to get the lead outupdated: Mon May 31 2010 15:49:00

As a young doctor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Philip Landrigan's job was to chase down epidemics. He'd gone after measles in the Southwest and smallpox in Nigeria.

Arrest made in deaths of 3 linked to U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarezupdated: Mon Mar 29 2010 16:40:00

The Mexican military has arrested a suspect in the killings this month of three people with ties to the U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, police and federal spokesmen said Monday.

Four more arrested in Juarez house party massacreupdated: Sun Mar 21 2010 22:59:00

The Mexican military has arrested four more people connected to the killings of 15 people at a January house party in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, bringing the total to seven suspects arrested and one killed, according to documents from the Mexican attorney general's office obtained by CNN.

Drug criminals block roads in Mexicoupdated: Fri Mar 19 2010 14:44:00

Five presumed drug gang members and one soldier were killed in shootouts Thursday and Friday after criminals blocked thoroughfares in two northern Mexico states to prevent military reinforcements from arriving, authorities said.

U.S. authorities launch inquiry in Mexico killingsupdated: Thu Mar 18 2010 16:06:00

More than 200 federal, state and local law enforcement personnel have been assigned to an operation intended to find who was responsible for Saturday's fatal shootings of three people linked to the U.S. consulate in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico, an official said.

Mexican president to visit violence-plagued cityupdated: Tue Mar 16 2010 11:00:00

Mexican President Felipe Calderon is scheduled to make his third visit in a little over a month Tuesday to the troubled border city of Juarez, where three people associated with the U.S. Consulate were killed over the weekend.

Alzheimer's hardest hitupdated: Tue Mar 09 2010 16:41:00

CNN's Christi Paul reports more blacks and Hispanics suffer from Alzheimer's than whites.

30 pounds of pot found inside pictures of Jesusupdated: Fri Feb 12 2010 19:58:00

A marijuana bust along the U.S.-Mexico border revealed 30 pounds of the drug stuffed into framed pictures of Jesus Christ, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency said Wednesday.

Major storm moving east across U.S.updated: Wed Dec 09 2009 07:35:00

The first major storm of the season pounded the western United States before moving eastward into the Colorado Rockies and beyond, the National Weather Service said Tuesday.

California capitol snowupdated: Wed Dec 09 2009 07:35:00

Snow continues to fall in the Sierra and foothills after leaving a dusting of snow in the Sacramento metropolitan area.

Texas boy, 7, gunned down while visiting his father in Mexico, officials sayupdated: Wed Nov 18 2009 12:04:00

A 7-year-old boy from El Paso, Texas, was gunned down across the border in the violent city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a spokesman for the Chihuahua state attorney general's office told CNN Tuesday.

U.S. airman dies in shooting at Mexican strip clubupdated: Thu Nov 05 2009 09:48:00

A U.S. serviceman was among six victims of an early morning shooting at a Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, strip club Wednesday, officials said.

Documents: Slain cartel member feared for his lifeupdated: Wed Aug 12 2009 18:46:00

A Mexican man who was allegedly killed on orders from his own cartel believed they were hunting for him after he began working as an informant and was fearful for his life, according to court documents.

Soldier accused of being hit man for cartelupdated: Wed Aug 12 2009 12:57:00

A U.S. soldier arrested in connection with the killing of a Mexican drug cartel member in El Paso, Texas, allegedly worked as a hit man, court records say.

Sculptures reflect violent life on the border -- and deathupdated: Wed Jul 08 2009 23:55:00

The sculptures speak for themselves: Piñatas in the shape of decapitated heads bearing gunshot wounds adorn the walls of El Paso's Public Library in Texas.

El Paso school a haven along violent borderupdated: Sat May 23 2009 18:59:00

Marina Diaz knows each day could be her last when she leaves for school each morning.

Mexican teen at U.S. schoolupdated: Sat May 23 2009 18:59:00

High school senior Hazel Barrera talks about living in Mexico and attending school in El Paso, Texas.

Teen drug smuggling risingupdated: Tue Apr 21 2009 13:33:00

Feds says teen drug smuggling is on the rise. A veteran smuggler takes CNN's Ed Lavandera inside this dangerous world.

Teen made $50,000 smuggling drugs across borderupdated: Tue Apr 21 2009 13:33:00

Sitting in high school, math and history lessons never captured Danny Santos' imagination. The drug-fueled streets of the Texas-Mexico border provided his education, and he was an excellent student.

Mexicans seek U.S. asylumupdated: Wed Mar 25 2009 14:56:00

CNN's Ed Lavandera reports requests for asylum from Mexican citizens are on the rise due to fears of violence

Mexicans seeking asylum: 'The fear never ends'updated: Wed Mar 25 2009 14:56:00

The cell phone rang as Jorge Aguirre walked to a friend's funeral in Juarez, Mexico, last November -- a funeral for a fellow journalist who, Aguirre says, was assassinated for the critical stories he wrote.

Violence sparks conversation on decriminalizing drugsupdated: Fri Mar 20 2009 12:30:00

While Congress is considering major spending requests for security along the Mexican border to help curb drug violence, others are proposing a less-expensive but, some say, dangerous solution: decriminalizing drugs.

CNNMoney: Gas prices rise for first time in 6 monthsupdated: Mon Jan 12 2009 04:01:00

The average price for regular unleaded gasoline rose by nearly 12 cents in the past three weeks, marking the first increase in six months, according to a national survey released Sunday.

CNNMoney: Mad as hell - taxpayers lash outupdated: Sun Sep 21 2008 17:28:00

"NO NO NO. Not just no, but HELL NO," writes Richard, a reader from Anchorage, Alaska.

Missing soldier found; husband chargedupdated: Mon Jul 21 2008 20:36:00

A Fort Bliss, Texas, soldier reported missing and possibly in danger was located by authorities Sunday after she was kidnapped and assaulted by her husband, El Paso, Texas, police said Monday. Missing Soldier Found Aliveupdated: Mon Jul 21 2008 09:55:00

A Fort Bliss soldier considered missing and endangered has been found hurt but alive, her sister said Monday More Mexicans Seek U.S. Asylumupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 17:00:00

Dozens of Mexicans -- including police officers, businessmen, at least one prosecutor and a journalist -- are asking for political asylum in the U.S. in a desperate bid to escape an unprecedented wave of drug-related killings and kidnappings 15 Hepatitis Infections Tied to Ex-Nurseupdated: Mon Mar 24 2008 12:30:00

At least 15 military service members or their relatives are believed to have been infected with hepatitis by a nurse suspected of stealing their painkillers during surgery Hepatitis Infections Linked to Nurseupdated: Fri Mar 21 2008 12:00:00

At least 15 military service members or their relatives are believed to have been infected with hepatitis by a nurse suspected of stealing their painkillers

Fortune: Recession road tripupdated: Thu Feb 14 2008 16:45:00

We're entering a recession. That's what the power brokers in Washington and Wall Street have recently concluded. Or we will be soon. Or else it started a while ago and we're just now finding out. In any case, the pundits are gloomy, and the politicians all have plans. They trot out some scary numbers. But here's what I was wondering: How are American business owners really coping with all this confusion? What does the economy truly look like? Not when you're staring at a computer screen or studying survey results, but when you actually go someplace that's not a major media market (the farther from those places, the better) and you introduce yourself to a stranger and ask him how he's doing.

FSB: Where to find funding to expandupdated: Tue Feb 05 2008 09:39:00

Dear FSB: I'm part-owner of our family business. Our goal is to expand and become a larger company. Do you know if there are grants that help small businesses grow? If so, whom do I contact? We have some debt, which has prevented us from expanding.

CNNMoney: Gas prices edge up to $2.80 a gallonupdated: Sun Oct 21 2007 14:24:00

Gas prices rose a nickel during the past two weeks, to an average of $2.80 per gallon of self-serve regular, a national survey said Sunday.

Money Magazine: Heavy metal payoutupdated: Thu Oct 04 2007 10:00:00

Question: Nearly 40 years ago I bought a 1,000-ounce silver bar and carried it out of a Chicago bank vault. Now I want to sell it, but I don't know whom to sell it to, where to get a good price or how to transport it securely. Can you help? - Milton Taylor, El Paso

CNNMoney: 'Overpriced' housing gets more overpricedupdated: Mon Jun 12 2006 08:58:00

The rich have gotten richer, at least when it comes to home prices, according to a study released Monday.

CNNMoney: Dow surge puts record in sightupdated: Fri May 05 2006 09:53:00

The Dow Jones industrial average surged to its highest level in six years Friday, after a weaker-than-expected April jobs report fanned hopes that the Federal Reserve's interest-rate hiking campaign can soon end.

Money Magazine: Bad adviceupdated: Tue Apr 11 2006 11:30:00

I plan to retire in three years and expect to be able to live well from my retirement plan and other investments. I'm also thinking of paying off my mortgage early so I won't have a large house payment in retirement. But an adviser has suggested that I instead take out a home equity loan on my house and invest the loan proceeds in an insurance policy, which he says will accumulate cash value tax-free. Can you give a second opinion on this advice?

Bush to focus on illegal immigrationupdated: Sun Nov 27 2005 21:20:00

President Bush will make stops in Arizona and Texas this week to address an issue that has divided some members of his own Republican Party -- illegal immigration.

American student charged with aiding terror groupupdated: Tue Nov 09 2004 18:09:00

An American college student has been arrested and charged with providing material support to a Somali group that has been designated a foreign terrorist organization by the U.S. government.

Money Magazine: Updateupdated: Thu Jan 01 2004 00:01:00

Last July we argued that the wisdom of investing legend Benjamin Graham never goes out of style, and we adapted his stock-picking methods to find winning investments. So does the father of value in...

Fortune: Old Raiders Never Die They Just Get Even Oscar Wyatt lost a ton of money on El Paso. Now he's trying to throw the bums out. And updated: Mon Jun 23 2003 00:01:00

In 1984, Oscar S. Wyatt Jr., the legendary oilman and corporate raider, made a $1.3 billion hostile bid for Houston Natural Gas Corp. Wyatt was building a network of natural-gas pipelines that wou...

Fortune: Lost Rock & Roll Masterpieces, Volume 23updated: Mon May 26 2003 00:01:00

"Stringer" Bobby Fuller, El Paso Rock: Early Recordings, Volume 1 (Norton)

Money Magazine: Winning With "Junk Stocks" Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock fund has outpaced the market by buying into updated: Tue Apr 01 2003 00:01:00

FIDELITY LEVERAGED COMPANY STOCK FUND Assets: $108 million Load: None Annual expenses: 0.93% Phone: 800-343-3548 Website: Note: Data as of Feb. 14. Source: Morningstar.

FSB: Holiday Gift Guide This season skip Macy's and Bloomingdale's, and go straight to the source--independent updated: Sun Dec 01 2002 00:01:00

JENNIFER KELLOGG JEWELRY Kellogg designed her first earrings (papier-mache) when she was 12. She's since studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and even gotten into the prestigious Smithsonia...

Money Magazine: Don't Pass up El Paso El Paso sounds a lot like Enron. But a slew of smart investors are betting it isn't.updated: Tue Oct 01 2002 00:01:00

At first glance, El Paso (EP) and Enron have a lot in common. Like its fellow Houston-based company, El Paso had a sizzling energy-trading business and is battling a federal investigation into alle...

Fortune: El Paso's Murky Magic How to fast-forward $210 million in profits--and bury it in the fine print.updated: Mon Jul 22 2002 00:01:00

If you think companies have rededicated themselves to clear disclosure in the wake of endless corporate scandals, you'd be sorely mistaken. At least, that's what the paragraph at right suggests. It...

Fortune: How Debt Triggers Can Sink A Stock You may not know they exist. But these debt deals can force companies to cough up a load of cupdated: Mon Mar 18 2002 00:01:00

In the movie The Deer Hunter, the lead character plays a game of Russian roulette, with tragic consequences. Many investors are unknowingly making a similar gamble, thanks to the advent of so-calle...

Money Magazine: Six Timely Stocks Capitalize on today's trends to build a well-balanced portfolio.updated: Sun Jul 01 2001 00:01:00

Anyone who has been a longtime reader of this magazine knows the case for patient, conservative growth investing. And anyone who has followed this column over the past few months knows why I think ...

Money Magazine: From Stodgy to Sexy Energy stocks have suddenly become high fliers.updated: Sun Oct 01 2000 00:01:00

Utilities used to be so square. Sure, they paid stable dividends and held their own during stormy stock markets. But compared with tech stocks, utilities were dull. Not anymore. Electric, gas and n...

Money Magazine: Pumped About Gasupdated: Tue Aug 01 2000 00:01:00

In an era of technology-this and dotcom-that, it may be hard to get pumped about gas. But with natural gas prices up sharply, analysts say the industry's fundamentals are as attractive as they've b...

Fortune: SUPER PAYOFFS FROM SPINOFFSupdated: Mon Mar 23 1992 00:01:00

When you think of the hottest stocks, what pops into your head? Biotech IPOs? Think again. Much of such sexy fare turns out to be a flash in the pan. If you want a stock with staying power, try a s...

Fortune: REAL ESTATE: RIDING THE REIT REBOUND In a grim market for property investors, strong real estate investment trusts updated: Mon Oct 28 1991 00:01:00

REAL ESTATE, schlemiel estate. Over the past few years, investing in office buildings or shopping centers has made legions of smart folks look like dolts. Empty office space still is running at an ...

Fortune: A REIT WITH THE RIGHT IDEAupdated: Mon Aug 26 1991 00:01:00

In the 1980s, like many other real estate investment trusts, El Paso's Property Trust of America cast its net everywhere from shopping centers to the Holiday Inn at San Francisco's Fisherman's Whar...

Fortune: WHY MEXICO IS LOOKING BETTER Because a tough new President is opening the country to private investment. The debt crisis hasn't updated: Mon Jan 15 1990 00:01:00

EMBLEMATIC of the new Mexico that is rebuilding on the ashes of the 1982 debt crisis is a bridge rising from the mud just east of Juarez and spanning the Rio Grande to El Paso. It is one of the fir...

Fortune: BUSINESS MAKES A RUN FOR THE BORDER U.S. manufacturers have a new way to fight low-priced imports -- move to Mexico. Labor is alupdated: Mon Aug 18 1986 00:01:00

EVERY WEEKDAY morning at 5:30, Guadalupe Mendosa, 35, a stocky woman with a sixth-grade education, awakens in a tiny house outside Tijuana. She prepares breakfast for her brother and mother and the...

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