Tulcán, Ecuador—Migrants have been fleeing the financial crisis in Venezuela by the thousands. This group, traveling between Tulcán and Ibarra on August 22, hoped to cross the border into Peru. Six days earlier, Ecuador had declared that Venezuelans would need to show passports, which many migrants don’t have. But Peru announced an identical measure, to begin August 25.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
Protesters and unions worry workers won't live to see the new retirement age.
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“On this day, the six-year mark of the Sandy Hook shooting, do something kind, generous and unplanned.”
“DHS is committed to building wall and building wall quickly. We are not replacing short, outdated and ineffective wall with similar wall. Instead, under this President we are building a wall that is 30-feet high.”
“Hillary wishes she had my numbers,” Trump said in a Fox News interview.
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The shower peaks Thursday evening into Friday morning.
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Claire McCaskill said Republican senators disparage Trump in private, saying he “doesn't really understand government.”