Border fence threatens family burial ground - and a slice of African American history
When Ramiro Ramirez was a boy, his grandmother would bring him to visit the family cemeteries tucked amid vegetable and sugarcane fields here just north of the Rio Grande. He...
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Time's Up CEO and president Lisa Border resigns, citing 'family concerns'
The Time's Up organization has accepted the resignation of its president, Lisa Borders, it announced in a statement issued via social media on Monday. A joint statement with...
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'Roma' stars break down the film's unique shooting style
"Roma," Alfonso Cuarón's semi-autobiographical drama about growing up in the Colonia Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, is a film told largely through the perspectives of its...
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Family of mentally ill Anaheim man say police choked and beat him during fatal 2018 arrest
The family of a mentally ill Anaheim man who died in police custody last year has accused the arresting officers of choking him and failing to render medical aid after the...
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With Phylicia Rashad, ‘This Is Us' offers a different portrait of a mother and daughter
The dynamics between mothers and daughters are well-explored territory on NBC's hit family drama “This Is Us.” And its newest episode adds another portrait to the mix with the...
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Essential California: An L.A. councilman promoted a charity. Should he have disclosed the donors?
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Monday, Feb. 18, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES When the North Valley Family...
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L.A.'s feel-good plan for paid leave won't feel nearly as good when the costs pile up
City Councilwoman Nury Martinez and Councilman David Ryu have introduced a motion to develop a paid parental leave plan for Los Angeles. Already, California's parental and...
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Inside family's $18k holiday from hell
A family's dream $18,000 holiday to a four-star Cuba resort was ruined by a bright green swimming pool, poo-stained toilets and sickness bug.
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Softball standout Maya Brady, who's headed to UCLA, gets inspiration from her uncle Tom Brady
After attending her ninth Super Bowl this month and watching “Uncle Tommy” win his sixth NFL championship as the quarterback for the New England Patriots, senior shortstop Maya...
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Easter escapes in Africa
In the dark, dreary months of February, nothing beats anticipating warmer days and having an adventure to look forward to. The Easter holidays beckon, and with them all manner...
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The headlines of Very International People
Rise in summertime thunderstorms 'robustly connected' to climate change
A rise in summertime thunderstorms has been robustly linked to climate change for the first time. MIT Scientists have found an increase of 13 per cent in energy that triggers...
Luton Airport is named worst airport in the UK for third year running
A survey by consumer group Which? found that disastrous customer service, queues at passport control and poor facilities placed Luton as the worst overall airport in the UK.
This city is so cool they skate to work! How to spend 48 hours in Ottawa
Canada's small but pristine capital, Ottawa, is becoming one of the country's main tourist cities, and deservedly so, says The Mail on Sunday's Abul Taher.
A battle in Britain: Lake District versus Peak District
Both the Lake District and Peak District are loved for their beautiful wilderness. But which one is best? We put them head to head, comparing their hiking, wildlife and...
National Geographic Traveller reveals the finalists of its prestigious photo...
Launched in 2011, the prestigious annual competition seeks the UK's best new travel photography talent across five categories: Cities, Nature, People, Food, and Portfolio.
Inside Fingals: One of Britain's most tranquil and hidden B&Bs
MailOnline Travel's Ted Thornhill ventured into deepest Devon to stay in a charming B&B called Fingals, which offered him respite from London life - and a nervy drive along...
Sawday's reveals the best pubs in England and Wales
Best pub gongs are handed out here, there and everywhere - but these are significant, because they come from Bristol-based Sawday's, a specialist in finding special places.
Most reputable cities in the world revealed: Tokyo named No1 in survey
The ranking was carried out by the US-based Reputation Institute which assessed cities based on the reputations of their beauty, leaders, government and how safe they are.
Time magazine reveals the world's greatest places to visit in 2018
The magazine has come up with 100 destinations around the globe that it believes are breaking new ground, leading industry trends and offering visitors an extraordinary experience.
The incredible backpack that 'FLOATS' as the wearer walks
The U.S-made HoverGlide backpack is being described as a revolutionary product that promises to reduce the impact force of a heavy bag by up to 86 per cent.