Carrie Kahn

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Earthquake In Mexico Hit Churches Hard in Puebla State

Monday, September 25, 2017

The central Mexican town of Cholula is rich in colonial architecture and home to many churches. It's said there are actually 365 — one for every day of the year. But many were damaged by the quake.

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Aftershock Hits Mexico Amid Cleanup From Earlier Quake

Sunday, September 24, 2017

An aftershock hit Mexico Saturday after the powerful and deadly earthquake earlier in the week. Volunteers have poured out in the thousands to help dig for survivors.

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When It's Time To End Search And Rescue Efforts

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Rescue workers in Mexico pulled people out alive of a textile factory more than two days after the building collapsed in the earthquake. But at some point the decision will be made to stop the search.

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Mexico Continues To Dig Out From 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake

Friday, September 22, 2017

Much of the damage and casualties from Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake have been in Mexico City. We hear from survivors, rescuers and those waiting to hear word of their loved ones.

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Army Of Volunteers Helps In Mexico Search And Rescue

Friday, September 22, 2017

Dozens of survivors have been pulled from the wreckage following Tuesday's powerful earthquake in central Mexico. But with each passing hour, the chances of finding survivors diminishes.

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News Brief: German Election, Trump Vs. GOP In Alabama, Search And Rescue In Mexico

Friday, September 22, 2017

Even if German Chancellor Merkel is re-elected Sunday, there's no guarantee it will be business as usual. Also, a Senate campaign in Alabama is exposing division between Trump and other Republicans.

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Buildings In Mexico Keep Falling Days After Deadly Earthquake

Thursday, September 21, 2017

It's been two days since a powerful earthquake violently shook central Mexico killing at least 245 people. But buildings keep falling even as rescue efforts turn more to recovery and reconstruction.

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Parents Wait To Hear About Their Child's Fate After School Collapse In Mexico

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Rescuer workers are working around the clock searching for survivors under crushed buildings in Mexico. Tuesday's earthquake claimed more than 200 lives and injured more than a thousand people.

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Search Continues For Schoolchildren After Mexico City Earthquake

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Rescue workers are battling a mountain of concrete and time to find dozens of children buried under the rubble of a collapsed school in central Mexico following a 7.1 magnitude earthquake.

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Houston Struggles To Find Workers To Help Rebuild After Harvey

Friday, September 08, 2017

Following the Harvey flooding, Houston has a lot to rebuild. Contractors, remodelers and builders are concerned about where they are going to find enough workers to do the job.

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Texas Farmers Suffer Extensive Crop Losses In Wake Of Harvey

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Massive rainfall, winds and a slow drying-out process from Harvey have left many farmers overwhelmed and worried.

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Employees In Flooded Houston Could Find It Difficult To Show Up For Work

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

After a long holiday weekend of clean up and recovery, Houston tries to get back to work. It won't be easy for many. Thousands remain in area shelters or FEMA-paid hotel rooms.

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Violence In Mexico Expands To Tourist Destination

Monday, September 04, 2017

Violence in Mexico is widespread and no longer isolated to a few states. It's hitting cities once untouched by Mexico's drug war, like tourist hot spot Los Cabos.

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Tourists Still Head To Los Cabos Despite Safety And Security Warnings

Friday, September 01, 2017

Despite a spike in the number of homicides and a U.S. State Department travel advisory, tourists are continuing to flock to Los Cabos, Mexico. The popular tourist destination is now one of the most violent in Mexico, but tourists and officials don't seem worried about the warnings.

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Political Storm Circling Guatemalan President Morales

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Guatemala's president is seeking the removal of the head of a U.N.-backed anti-corruption body. The president, Jimmy Morales, is facing a graft scandal involving his brother and a son.

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'Godzilla' Descends On Mexico City As Filmmakers Shoot Scenes In The Metropolis

Monday, August 21, 2017

While America was consumed by the total eclipse of the sun, residents of Mexico City witnessed a spectacle of a different order: Godzilla attacked the metropolis. Scenes from the new film were shot in the Mexican capital.

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Mexico Outlines Goals For Upcoming NAFTA Trade Deal Negotiations

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Mexico released its own set of negotiating hopes and objectives for upcoming renegotiating talks on NAFTA. Priority No. 1 is to keep the status quo, with a few twists.

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Mexican Celebrities Accused Of Drug Trafficking Ties

Thursday, August 10, 2017

A famous soccer player and singer are among the 22 people the U.S. Treasury accuses of having ties to drug traffickers.

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'Súbeme La Radio' Is Cuba's Heartbreak Anthem Of The Summer

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Written by Cuban reggaeton star and Latin Grammy winner Descemer Bueno and sung by Enrique Iglesias, the track is catchy, danceable and topping the Latin music charts.

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In Mexico, Comedian Breaks New Ground And Gender Barrier

Monday, July 24, 2017

Stand-up comedy is late coming to Mexico, but Sofia Nino de Rivera, with self-deprecating humor, sells out shows and has a one-woman hit on Netflix.

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