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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - trinidad
Police say a llama that was roaming around the southern Colorado town of Trinidad was found dead, and four people are being questioned.
Amtrak said it is considering scaling back on luxuries to save Southwest Chief passenger train stops in Colorado.
A research team from the U.S. Geological Survey plans to visit the Las Animas County area around Trinidad to study a recent series of minor earthquakes, which in the past have been blamed on wastewater injection wells from drilling projects.
Two men were shot, one killed, in a Wednesday morning shooting in the District's Northeast Trinidad neighborhood.
Haitian President Michel Martelly said Friday he will host Oprah Winfrey when she visits the Caribbean nation.
A Caribbean Airlines jet coming from New York crashed and broke in two while landing in Guyana with 140 passengers aboard on Saturday, causing several injuries but no deaths, said President Bharrat Jagdeo.
Caribbean soccer leaders were given 48 hours by FIFA to explain their part in a Trinidad meeting where Mohamed bin Hammam allegedly offered them bribes or face life bans from the sport.
"The White Woman on the Green Bicycle" (Penguin), by Monique Roffey: There's a point in every tropical vacation where it seems brilliant to stay indefinitely, to stay bronzed and warm, lingering over the local cuisine, believing it's possible to become a local.
Mosquito-borne dengue fever is reaching epidemic stages across the Caribbean, with dozens of deaths reported and health authorities concerned it could get much worse as the rainy season advances.
Federal prosecutors are considering the death penalty in the case of four Trinidadian nationals extradited to face federal charges in the District in the kidnapping and killing of a U.S. citizen.