U.S. Donald Trump Immigration In dreaming of a new life in America, Elsa Johana Ortiz Enriquez had imagined the harrowing journey many times: seven days on the road from Guatemala to Mexico with her 8-year-old son, Anthony; turning themselves in to a Border Patrol agent; being held in detention for weeks at the perrera, or dog kennel, as migrants refer to U.S. immigration detention facilities. “I thought I might even have to wait weeks or months to be released, but then I’d eventually make it to Virginia,” she says.But just 24 hours after they arrived in McAllen, Texas, on a warm Saturday morning in May, the reality was far different: Immigration authorities entered their cell and grabbed her son. “It all happened so quickly,” Ortiz says. “I went to get his shoes, and he was gone.” As the door closed behind Anthony, Ortiz struggled with the guards holding her back. “They told me to stay calm,” she says. A Border Patrol officer soon … [Read more...] about After Trump’s Family Separation Plan, One mother’s Hellish Journey to Find Her 8-Year-Old Son
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Erik Eckholm, New York Times Published 4:00 am PDT, Sunday, August 27, 2006 2006-08-27 04:00:00 PDT Oakridge , Ore. -- For a few decades, this little lumber town on the western slope of the Cascades hopped with blue-collar prosperity, its residents cutting Douglas fir and processing them at two local mills. Into the 1980s, people joked that poverty meant you didn't have an RV or a boat. A high school degree wasn't necessary to earn a living through logging or mill work, with wages roughly equal to $20 or $30 an hour in today's terms. But by 1990 the last mill had closed, a result of shifting markets and a dwindling supply of logs because of depletion and tighter environmental rules. Oakridge was wrenched through the rural version of deindustrialization, sending its population of 4,000 reeling in ways that are still playing out. LATEST SFGATE VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing Aircraft used to fight wildfires Katie Wood / SFGATE Fire breaks out at … [Read more...] about Scraping by in an Oregon forest — 25 years after the good life there
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Resize Text Print Article Comments Health & Science by Sarah Kaplan by Sarah Kaplan Email the author April 20 at 12:06 PM Email the author Christy Hudak keeps a lookout for critically endangered North Atlantic right whales in Cape Cod Bay off Massachusetts. (Jamie Cotten/For The Washington Post) PROVINCETOWN, Mass. — The crew of the research vessel Shearwater has been out on the water for six frigid hours with almost nothing to show for … [Read more...] about These whales will be extinct in 25 years, scientists say — unless we act now to save them
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Sarah Kaplan The Washington Post April 20, 2018 PROVINCETOWN, Mass. -The crew of the research vessel Shearwater has been out on the water for six frigid hours with almost nothing to show for it.On deck, two coverall-clad observers brace themselves against the biting wind and snow, alert for the white plume of a spout or the fleeting wave of a tail.On the bridge, marine biologist Charles ‘‘Stormy’’ Mayo searches, too, his brow furrowed in a deepening frown. It is early April, and these plankton-rich waters should be full of hungry animals. But all he can see are dark gray waves and dull, cloudy sky. Advertisement ‘‘Where the hell are the whales?’’ he demands. Get Fast Forward in your inbox: Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for … [Read more...] about N. Atlantic right whales will be extinct in 25 years, scientists say