In a small farming village hidden down dirt roads among shrubs and tall grass, everyone's sleeping, and the rain won't stop. It's early afternoon on a Tuesday near Rosharon, a small town south of Houston, and the downpour has canvassed the paths with deep crevices and pockmarks, making driving all but impossible. Not that anyone here would ever be driving at 2 p.m. Afternoon... More >>>
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Lay Ut, 67, only recently came to the United States from Cambodia and spends every day hunched and bundling water spinach. She says her life in America is the same as it was in Cambodia.