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Unsettled in America: Pittsburgh's Latino community

New bride Jeimy Sanchez-Ruiz celebrates with family and friends during her wedding reception in Brookline in April.
Pittsburgh’s Latino community is small, diverse, growing — and anxious amid stepped-up immigration enforcement. The large majority of Latinos are, in fact, U.S. citizens or legal residents. But tensions are high for those who aren’t, as well as their families, supporters and anyone concerned about a broader anti-Latino backlash in the Trump era.

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Back-To-Back Champs

Sidney Crosby raises the Stanley Cup on the Boulevard of the Allies at the Pittsburgh Penguins' victory parade and rally.
The Penguins brought the Stanley Cup back to Pittsburgh, and the city celebrated with a parade through Downtown attracting 650,000 people, making the crowd the largest in Pittsburgh history.

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