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Revised NAFTA Deal Would Offer Modest Economic Benefits, Report Says

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U.S. Takes Action Against Venezuela, Nicaragua And Cuba

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The American Museum of Natural History in New York said Monday it is not the "optimal location" for a gala honoring the president of Brazil. Christina Horsten/picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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An acrylic piece created by a group of teens featuring the Quetzal, the national bird of Guatemala. Courtesy of Frontera Studio hide caption

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Opinion: A Showcase Of 'Uncaged Art' By Children Once Detained

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Ariel Ramos, 50, is tearing out coca leaves to be processed into coca paste, a substance that can be smoked or used for making cocaine powder. "I don't need to move to sell coca paste, the buyers come to me. It is easier than planting anything else." Fabiola Ferrero hide caption

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Fabiola Ferrero

Ana Garcia (left) and her daughter Genesis Amaya of Valley Stream, N.Y., were reunited through the Central American Minors program in 2016 before President Trump terminated the program. Claudia Torrens/AP hide caption

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White House Cancels MLB-Cuba Deal Made Under Obama Administration

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Migrants Wait In Mexicali

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Things in Venezuela are so bad that patients who are hospitalized must bring not only their own food but also medical supplies like syringes and scalpels as well as their own soap and water, a new report says. Barcroft Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin gives two thumbs up for U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza in 2018. On Thursday, President Trump announced that he will nominate Carranza to lead the Small Business Administration. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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News Brief: Boeing Latest, Trump Border Trip

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View From Mexico On Trump's Border Shutdown Threats

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Caminantes walk back toward Venezuela on the road between Bogotá and Socorro, Colombia. Thousands cross the border each day. Many head back to their home country after failing to find work or shelter. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Chronicles Of A Venezuelan Exodus: More Families Flee The Crisis On Foot Every Day

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