Buddha in the Desert 

The death of an ousted Diamond Mountain resident raises questions about cults—and the future of American Buddhism

On this rural dirt road near the town of Bowie, not far from the foothills of the Chiricahua Mountains, there's hardly any noise during the day. At night, the quiet is disturbed only by chirping crickets and the yips of coyotes in…

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