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His parents sent him to the U.S. for a better life. Then they wanted him back.

His parents sent him to the U.S. for a better life. Then they wanted him back.

His Guatemalan parents sent him to the U.S. for a better life. Then they wanted their 9-year-old back. By FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The boy stood at the airline counter, doodling on a tablet as his foster parents tried to check in the 9-year-old with no passport for an international flight. “He is going back to his mom,” Galo Solorzano told a skeptical Spirit Airlines employee last month. “Her?” the employee asked, pointing to a woman from the Guatemalan consulate who was supposed to accompany Pascual Raymundo from Fort Lauderdale to Guatemala City. “No,” said Galo and his wife, Millie Rosa,...

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The Pizzagate gunman is out of prison. Conspiracy theories are out of control.

The Pizzagate gunman is out of prison. Conspiracy theories are out of control.

The gunman who terrorized a D.C. pizzeria is out of prison. The QAnon conspiracy theories he helped unleash are out of control. By SALISBURY, N.C. — He slipped out of bed before sunrise and started driving, spurred by the conspiracy theory he would soon help make famous. As he sped the 350 miles from his hometown in North Carolina to the nation’s capital, tilted his cellphone camera toward himself and pressed record. “I can’t let you grow up in a world that’s so corrupt by evil,” he told the two young daughters he had left sleeping back in Salisbury, “without at least standing up for you...

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With no ‘armed march’ by extremists, D.C. residents navigate a fortress and fear

With no ‘armed march’ by extremists, D.C. residents navigate a fortress and fear

ADThe troops were in formation. The residents were told to stay home. The heart of Washington was a fortress of fences, concrete barriers and security checkpoints. But on Sunday, the planned and promoted “armed march” on the nation’s capital never materialized.There were no gathered crowds, large or small, and authorities reported just of an armed man carrying a handgun and ammunition near barricades surrounding the Capitol building just after midnight.The quiet Sunday brought little relief to a city on edge from an attack on the Capitol. Each day leading up to the inauguration of...

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