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Mexico has become the deadliest place in the world for environmental and land defense activists, according to a new global survey, and the Yaqui Indigenous people of northern Mexico are still mourning the killing of water-defense leader Tomás Rojo found dead in June 2021.

Javier Zamora hadn't yet learned to tie his shoes when he began a 4,000-mile journey in 1999. He was a 9-year-old boy living in El Salvador with his grandparents before he embarked, unaccompanied, on a cross-border trip to reunite with his parents in the United States. What was supposed to be a two-week journey turned into a harrowing two-month trek through Guatemala, Mexico and Arizona. ...

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Many Americans think $2 bills are rare or have gone out of circulation, but that's a misconception. The Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing will churn out more than 200 million $2 bills this year. However, there are several reasons why the notes never took off -- one being the widespread superstition that they were bad luck.

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USA Basketball needed a win Sunday at the AmeriCup tournament and was well on the way to making that happen. That is, until it rained. The Americans’ game against Venezuela was postponed at halftime with the U.S. leading 48-21. Heavy rain caused multiple leaks inside the Geraldo Magalhães Sports Gymnasium in Brazil. That prompted officials to determine that the game could not be resumed safely. FIBA said the game will resume Tuesday.

The only thing that surprised the U.S. AmeriCup team in its tournament-opening matchup was the outcome. Saturday was a regrouping day for the Americans. They opened the championship tournament of the FIBA Americas region with a 73-67 loss Friday to Mexico in Group C. Play in that group resumes Sunday, with the U.S. facing Venezuela and Panama meeting Mexico. Venezuela and Mexico could clinch quarterfinal berths with wins. The top two teams in each group, along with the two best third-place teams, go to the knockout round.

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Kanye West showed no mercy after Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson’s breakup. The rapper on Monday shared an Instagram photo of a fake newspaper headline reading “Skete Davidson dead at age 28.” The post came three days after reports surfaced that Kardashian and Davidson were done after nine months of dating. West, who was married to Kardashian from 2014 until their split in 2021, publicly took ...

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