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From superheroes praising tacos to an improper tilde, many businesses fail to connect with members of the community during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Sept. 26, 2022
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Tiafoe spoiled the fairytale ending for Federer with a remarkable comeback against Stefanos Tsitsipas, denying the Swiss player a final trophy in the Laver Cup event.
Sept. 26, 2022
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On HBO's Game of Thrones spin-off, questions around several characters' lineage turn the show into one long episode of medieval Maury.
Sept. 25, 2022
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Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge broke his own world record at the Berlin Marathon. He hugged his trainer, posed for photos and waved his country's flag before the next runner crossed the finish line.
Sept. 25, 2022
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The little atoll located southwest of Tonga's Late Island measured roughly 8.6 acres and stood at around 50 feet above sea level, Tonga's Geological Services said.
Sept. 25, 2022
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Italians were voting on Sunday in an election that could bring to power the first far-right government since World War II.
Sept. 25, 2022
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"I'm never flabbergasted," the legendary songwriter said after being presented with the National Humanities Medal, "but I'm flabbergasted and humbled and honored by this incredible award."
Sept. 25, 2022
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As some evangelicals push to restrict civil rights for trans people, other Christians use similar sacred texts and traditions to build a theology that embraces trans lives as part of God's creation.
Sept. 25, 2022
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Stocks are down more than 20% this year. Usually when that happens bonds hold their value. But right now both are down sharply, hurting retirees and people saving for college in 529 plans.
Sept. 25, 2022
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The film about female warriors in 1800s West Africa is all too relevant, in 2022, writes Oyeronke Oyebanji: "The inequalities faced by the women in the movie reflect the struggles of women today."
Sept. 25, 2022
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South Korea called an emergency National Security Council meeting where members denounced the launch as a clear violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions.
Sept. 25, 2022
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A powerful typhoon shifted and abruptly gained strength Sunday as it blew closer to the northeastern Philippines, prompting evacuations from high-risk villages and the capital.
Sept. 25, 2022
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Local media reports that Roger Waters canceled two concerts in Krakow after facing criticism for blaming "extreme nationalists" in Ukraine for having set the country on the path to war.
Sept. 25, 2022
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Authorities and residents in Florida were keeping a cautious eye on Tropical Storm Ian in the Caribbean on Sunday, expected to continue gaining strength and become a major hurricane.
Sept. 25, 2022
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Jupiter will be some 367 million miles from Earth on Monday, the closest it's been since 1963. It coincides with Jupiter being on the opposite side of Earth from the sun — when it'll be its brightest.
Sept. 25, 2022

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