Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Molly Hennessy-Fiske


LA Times foreign/national staff covering the border mollyhf@gmail.com Whatsapp 213-265-8572; 713-204-0299

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Unlike some other stretches of border fence topped with metal plates to prevent people from climbing over, Fisher said the fence here will be covered with pointed tips.

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You can see the difference behind me between the graded riverbank where the fence in being built (left) and the Mexican bank (right).

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A view of the fence so far, which will eventually include lights, cameras and a concrete road.

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So excited about this! Back in the 1990s, @manny_garcia1  encouraged me as a student/intern new to reporting in #florida  - welcome to #texas  pal!

Talking to strangers is one of my favorite things to do in #texas  - inevitably, they brighten my day and remind be to be grateful.

When I interned at the Miami Herald I lived in Dixie Hwy in Hollywood: via @NYTimes 

I Quit My Job After a Particularly Good Beach Day - The New York Times

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3:30 a.m four asylum seekers came to the Laredo bridge for the first full day of "tent court." This Honduran single mom brought all her belongings, assuming she wouldn't return. She has $5; no phone.

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In mountains of Guatemala, searching for parents deported from U.S. without children

Japanese internment camp survivors protest Ft. Sill migrant detention center

I'm attempting to observe immigration court at Port Isabel detention center courtroom - which is public - but have been turned away twice by guards because reporters must have ICE approval

David Hogg, 17, head of the student TV station, described filming classmates during shooting "in case they died" #browardshooting 

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The latest: U.S. Customs officer loses job and citizenship over his Mexican birth certificate

HHS confirmed today that a sixth migrant child died last September in federal custody after arriving at the border. Here's the statement from Mark Weber, an HHS spokesman:

What happens when a reporter and photographer move to the Texas border for a few months to write about life at the edge of the Rio Grande? Our first story appears today on with help from valley native Verónica G. Cárdenas. Here’s why we did it, in a few tweets.

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This Texas family supports the Border Patrol — but could lose land to Trump’s wall

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