Honduras News

  • Swiss Pin World Cup Hopes on Immigrants After Stay Out Vote

    Published 1 hour, 34 minutes ago

    Switzerland’s prospects of advancing to the knockout stage of the soccer World Cup rests on an issue that has split the country: immigration.

  • World Cup Highlights

    Uruguay advanced to the second round of soccer’s World Cup with a 1-0 win against four-time champion Italy yesterday that was marred by an accusation that Luis Suarez bit an opponent.

  • Peanut Butter to Parmesan Fuels Players During World Cup

    You are what you eat when it comes to your feet.

  • World Cup Highlights

    France beat Switzerland 5-2 to lead its World Cup group, while Ecuador moved ahead of the Swiss with a 2-1 defeat of Honduras. Costa Rica defeated Italy 1-0 to reach the round of 16 and send England home from Brazil.

  • Obama Boosts Border Security as Unaccompanied Minors Rise

    The Obama administration unveiled measures to handle a surge of undocumented immigrants entering the U.S. -- particularly unaccompanied children -- by adding border enforcement personnel and funding repatriation efforts.

  • Honduran Boy Joins Rush to U.S. Border; Parents Must 'Give a Son to the Gangs'

    Carlos boarded a bus last month using money he earned picking coffee beans and corn, fleeing the gangs of his native Honduras who’d threatened to kill him if he didn’t join. The 17-year-old made it as far as a migrant shelter in Reynosa, Mexico, less than a quarter mile from the U.S. border, unsure of how to finish the trek.

  • World Cup Enjoying ‘Best’ Soccer Ever, FIFA Boss Says

    Upsets and attacking play have made the opening stages of soccer’s 2014 World Cup the best ever, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said.

  • Yet Another Example How Wall Street Ruins Our Fun: Opening Line

    We hear there was a time back in the day when the marijuana scene was an exciting and mystical era of illicit fun. We’ve heard the stories of copping from a friend of a friend after furtive phone calls that ensued from clandestine introductions, peppered with obfuscatory euphemisms intended, ironically, to clarify the desired transaction and terms.

  • Uruguay Beats England in World Cup; Colombia Gets Victory

    Luis Suarez scored twice as Uruguay’s 2-1 win left England on the brink of elimination at soccer’s World Cup. Colombia defeated Ivory Coast 2-1 and 10-man Greece held on for a scoreless tie against Japan.

  • Honduras Bets on IMF Deal as Country’s Bonds Return 18%

    Honduras’s government is betting that an accord with the International Monetary Fund will unlock $500 million to help the country boost growth in an economy plagued by one of the world’s highest levels of violence.

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