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Recent articles by Douglas:

Iraqi troops battle booby-trapped drones as they enter western Mosul

Islamic militants put up fierce resistance in crowded neighborhoods. → Read More

Pope: It's better to be an atheist than a greedy Catholic

Pope Francis on Thursday criticized Catholics leading a "double life," — those who proudly boast they are "very Catholic" yet fail to pay their workers a fair wage. → Read More

Pope denounces Catholics who lead a 'double life'

The pontiff criticizes those who claim to be 'very Catholic' but won't pay workers a fair wage. → Read More

Pope Francis: Better to be an atheist than a greedy Catholic

The pontiff criticizes those who claim to be 'very Catholic' but won't pay workers a fair wage. → Read More

Mexico says no to Trump's new deportation rules

'We are not going to accept it,' Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray vowed. → Read More

Foreign minister: Mexico 'will not accept' unilateral U.S. immigration proposals

Only hours before a two-day visit to Mexico by the U.S. secretary of state and head of the Homeland Security, Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said Wednesday that Mexico "will not accept" the unilateral imposition of U.S. immigration proposals, according to media reports. → Read More

Strongest storm in years lashing California

Strong rain and powerful winds in southern and central California triggered mudslides, sinkholes and flooded freeways. → Read More

Businesses across U.S. close, students skip school on 'Day Without Immigrants'

Across the nation, thousands of protesters took part in "Day Without Immigrants" events, from marching to boycotting jobs to keeping kids out of school in the hopes of underscoring how migrants form the lifeblood of the country's economy and society. Many shop and restaurant owners in Atlanta, Detroit, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Austin, Texas, and other major U.S. cities joined the protest… → Read More

Businesses across U.S. close, students skip school on 'Day Without Immigrants'

"From doctors to dishwashers, immigrants are integral to daily life in the U.S.," tweeted Janet Murguia, president and CEO of National Council of La Raza. → Read More

CIA chief meets with Palestinians on eve of Netanyahu visit to U.S.

Palestinians reportedly had long sought a back channel to the Trump administration → Read More

Russian spy ship patrolled 30 miles off the coast of Connecticut

The vessel patrolled 30 miles off the shore of the Groton naval sub base. → Read More

Immigrant communities fearful after hundreds arrested in what feds call routine 'surge'

Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed operations in more than a half-dozen cities and states, including Chicago, Georgia, Los Angeles, New York, South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas. → Read More

Immigrant communities fearful after hundreds arrested in what feds call routine 'surge'

Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed operations in more than a half-dozen cities and states, including Chicago, Georgia, Los Angeles, New York, South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas. → Read More

Mexico warns citizens of 'new reality' after undocumented mom deported from Arizona

The mother of two American-born children came to U.S. in 1996 at the age of 14. → Read More

Trump immigration ban dismantled by government after court order

The State Department and Department of Homeland Security, honoring a federal court order, dismantled President Trump's travel ban Saturday even as the president derided the ruling as "ridiculous."U.S. → Read More

Trump tweetstorm disparages judge for 'ridiculous' opinion, warns it could lead to 'death and destruction'

A full-scale attack on the judicial branch or a media tease before breakfast? → Read More

Trump tweetstorm disparages judge for 'ridiculous' opinion, warns it could lead to 'death and destruction'

A full-scale attack on the judicial branch or a media tease before breakfast? → Read More

Trump immigration ban dismantled by government after court order

Temporary restraining order prompts State Department to restore canceled visas for thousands of foreigners. → Read More

Trump blasts 'so-called' federal judge's block of travel ban

State Department restores canceled visas for thousands of foreigners. → Read More

Russian activist suffers symptoms of poisoning for 2nd time in 2 years

Vladimir Kara-Murza fell ill while in Moscow to honor opposition figure Boris Nemtsov who was assassinated in 2015. → Read More