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Shocking as it may seem, U.S. government doctors once thought it was fine to experiment on disabled people and prison inmates. Such experiments included giving hepatitis to mental patients in Connecticut, squirting a pandemic flu virus up the noses of prisoners in Maryland, and injecting cancer cells into chronically ill people at a New York hospital.
For more than a year, a Massachusetts banker has held "savings circles" in Chelsea, Lynn and parts of Boston with the goal of training low-income immigrant families on financial literacy so they can put away money for college.
Gunmen shot to death the vice president of a last-place soccer team in Guatemala's national league, weeks after the man had received threats related to the squad's poor performance, authorities said Saturday.
The vice president of a last-place soccer team in Guatemala has been shot to death after receiving threats about the club's poor play.
Just as they have done in northern Mexico, groups claiming to be Zetas have set up criminal networks in the south to control transit routes for drugs, migrants and contraband such as pirated DVDs, intimidating the populace and committing gruesome murders as an example to the uncooperative.
As Europe's fifth-place team, Italy knew it would have to face a squad from the Caribbean or North or Central America for the final spot in next summer's women's World Cup. Mexico, perhaps. Or Costa Rica. Maybe even Canada.
California forward Alex Morgan, whose late goal against China last week helped preserve the U.S. women's nearly six-year unbeaten streak at home, is the only college player on the roster for the World Cup qualifying tournament later this month.
The smell of corn roasting on sidewalk grills, the oompah beat of Latin music blasting from mom-and-pop stores, colorful signs touting tongue-twisting names like Atitlan and Quetzaltenango. This central Los Angeles neighborhood could almost be plucked right out of Guatemala City.
Torrential rains from a tropical depression caused landslides that have killed at least 38 people in Guatemala — some of them rescuers trying to save people already buried under a wall of mud.