Cindy Carcamo

Los Angeles Times

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Arizona Bureau Chief and national correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

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On September 12, a boy named Erik Castillo is expected to return to Guatemala after months in detention in the United States.

Finding parents deported without their kids in Guatemala

On September 12, a boy named Erik Castillo is expected to return to Guatemala after months in detention in the United States.

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At the San Ysidro Port of Entry near Tijuana, asylum seekers use one notebook to keep track of who is next to enter and make their case for asylum.

Asylum seekers try to create order through one notebook

At the San Ysidro Port of Entry near Tijuana, asylum seekers use one notebook to keep track of who is next to enter and make their case for asylum.

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President Obama and the New York Mayor Bloomberg are coordinating the effort to enact some form of gun control before the Sandy Hook massacre is forgotten.

Passing Gun Control before the Sandy Hook Massacre Is Forgotten

President Obama and the New York Mayor Bloomberg are coordinating the effort to enact some form of gun control before the Sandy Hook massacre is forgotten.

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