7 Found Dead and 15 in Captivity at Religious Sect in Panama
The victims included six children and a pregnant woman. Members of the sect, like those killed and kidnapped, are from a remote indigenous community on the Caribbean coast.
Firm at Center of Panama Papers Sues Netflix Over ‘The Laundromat’
The law firm, Mossack Fonseca, objects to the way the film portrays them as villains at the center of a web of illegal offshore activities.
For U.S. Men’s Soccer Team, Gold Cup Offers Path Back From the Abyss
Trinidad, which sent the Americans crashing out of the last World Cup, has been vanquished. Now Panama poses the first real challenge for a new-look team.
A Former Business Partner Alleges the Trumps Evaded Taxes in Panama
The accusations, in a legal filing by the owners of a luxury hotel, escalate a dispute with the president’s company and are fraught with potential diplomatic and legal complexities.
What Panama’s Worst Drought Means for Its Canal’s Future
A severe drought this year led to restrictions for the Panama Canal. The rains are now returning, but weather patterns are likely to make limits more commonplace in years to come.
Fact Checking Trump’s Inaccurate Tariff and Trade Claims in Florida Rally Speech
President Trump, at a rally on Wednesday night, wrongly described the revenue generated from tariffs on China and exaggerated the effect of a trade deal with South Korea.
At Florida Rally, Trump Denounces Democrats’ ‘Nonsense’ as He Looks to 2020
At a relatively subdued “Make America Great Again” rally on Wednesday night, the president riffed on familiar themes, like the “fake news media” and Hillary Clinton.
How Much Do You Know About Panama?
Can you find Panama on a map? What else do you know about this Central American nation with 3.8 million people.
Eusebio Pedroza, Fighter Who Held Title for Seven Years, Dies
Pedroza, one of the most successful featherweight boxers ever, successfully defended his title 19 times before losing to Barry McGuigan.
James Duke, 88, Globe-Trotting Authority on Healing Plants, Is Dead
As a scholar and government researcher, he did field work in remote spots, finding indigenous remedies, trying them himself and pouring them into books.
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