Michelle Garcia

Columbia Journalism Review

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Texas correspondent for the Columbia Journalism Review, where she writes about Mexico, the border and border violence

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Today is World AIDS Day. The disease has killed almost 40 million people worldwide in the past 30 years.

Controversy Over an HIV/AIDS “Miracle” Drug

Today is World AIDS Day. The disease has killed almost 40 million people worldwide in the past 30 years.

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Murrieta is a rural outback in Southern California that's getting its moment of fame by dramatizing both sides of the latest political crisis over immigration.

President Obama Walks Tightrope on Immigration Reform

Murrieta is a rural outback in Southern California that's getting its moment of fame by dramatizing both sides of the latest political crisis over immigration.

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