The washington post


‘We can’t go back’: Fleeing violence, pregnant refugees await their fate

Forty-eight hours after arriving at the Texas-Mexico border, Magalie Nzalakanda was boarding a bus to Austin with just $60 in her pocket and her 18-month old son Gabriel by her side. She was also six months pregnant.

How an anti-sharia protest outside the Texas statehouse got totally shut down

AUSTIN — It had been billed as a “March Against Sharia” — one of many protests across the country against the feared subjugation, somehow, of Americans under Islam.