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Residents of a Mayan community in Guatemala prevented experts on Tuesday from beginning to exhume the remains of more than 100 children believed to have been buried clandestinely in a former military garrison during the country's civil war in the 1980s. The search efforts in the village of Chiul, more than 120 miles (200 km) from Guatemala City, were scheduled to begin early on Tuesday morning but were suspended after residents disrupted the plans without offering an explanation for their opposition. Arnulfo Oxlaj, one of the survivors of the massacre who was at the site on Tuesday, said that among those who opposed the exhumations were former members of the country's armed forces, which has been accused of carrying out the massacre.
An Indiana man who is currently hospitalized wants to share his pro-vaccine message with others who like him have not been vaccinated.
The image of a heart-shaped honeycomb is real. But it wasn't designed by bees like some social media users claim.
WASHINGTON (AP) — As President Joe Biden visited one disaster site after another this summer — from California wildfires to hurricane-induced flooding in Louisiana and New York — he said climate change is “everybody’s crisis” and America must get serious about the “code red” danger posed by global warming. In many ways, the president is making up for lost time. Biden and Democrats are pursuing a sweeping $3.5 trillion federal overhaul that includes landmark measures to address climate change and
NBC this Tuesday night invited you to a land down under — meaning, far beneath Los Angeles — with La Brea. Did the sinkhole drama suck you in? La Brea stars Natalie Zea (Justified) as Eve Harris, and office manager and mom who was motoring past the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum with daughter […]
SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not watched the Sept. 28 episode of “Bachelor in Paradise.” Ivan Hall had a rough time in Paradise. He first pursued Jessenia Cruz, before she left him for another contestant. His relationship with Kendall Long was short-lived after she exited not over her ex. And as the […]
Lego is not toying around. Stacked up against the competition, the world's largest toymaker looks stronger than a 1,426-piece Medieval Castle. On...
Panic-buying motorists are priming the pump of Britain's fuel shortage. Predictions about empty pumps scared UK drivers into guzzling up gas all...
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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand is reporting 45 new local cases of the coronavirus, the most in nearly a month as an outbreak in Auckland continues to grow. Auckland remains under lockdown although officials have eased some restrictions since the outbreak began last month. COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said Wednesday that people need to keep steady as officials continue efforts to tamp down the outbreak. Officials say some of the cases have been spreading among homeless people l
It’s an unabashedly conventional Bond film that’s been made with high finesse and just the right touch of soul, as well as enough sleek surprise to keep you on edge. Before I go further, though, let me lay my baccarat cards on the table. I thought “Casino Royale,” the first film in which Daniel Craig […]
A day after CAA clinched a deal to acquire ICM Partners, Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel told an industry crowd on Tuesday that he considered an ICM acquisition more than a decade ago, before Endeavor pulled off its acquisition of William Morris Agency. Emanuel weighed in on the big news in Hollywood during his long-scheduled Q&A […]
Colin Moran hit a three-run homer and drove in four runs as the Pittsburgh Pirates dealt the Cubs their seventh straight loss, rallying to beat Chicago 8-6 on Tuesday night. Moran’s homer, his 10th of the season, to deep center field in the first inning opened the scoring. The Pirates scored four runs in the sixth to move ahead 7-6.
Sylix artist Sheldon Louis stands next to the Kelowna Gospel Mission shelter, admiring a giant, brightly-coloured mural he's painted on the building's side wall. "It's like I'm planting a flag and saying hey this is our territory, we're still here," he said, referencing the five Indigenous women he's painted in a mix of vibrant orange, pink, and blue. Louis was selected by a panel to showcase his talent, as part of a project by the Okanagan Indigenous Music and Arts Society to beautify downtown
New Delhi [India], September 29 (ANI): Slamming the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj on Tuesday said BJP will use temple demolition to spread hatred before MCD elections.
Across the country, homeowners are considering doing something that traditionally might have been seen as taking a step back — they're thinking about going back to renting. Some are retirees...
Japan's ruling party votes for a new leader on Wednesday in an unusually unpredictable tussle that will essentially decide the next prime minister of the world's third largest economy. Four candidates are in the running to lead the Liberal Democratic Party, including the popular vaccine minister Taro Kono, 58, and the centrist ex-foreign minister Fumio Kishida. Two women will also historically vie for the top job, including the ultra-conservative Sanae Takaichi, 60, and Seiko Noda, 61, from the party's dwindling liberal wing.
A Florida judge has dismissed a high-profile lawsuit launched by a Toronto businessman who had accused the former head of Marvel Entertainment of slandering him through a hate-mail campaign. The ruling by Judge Cymonie Rowe of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court may put an end to a nearly eight-year legal battle waged by millionaire Harold Peerenboom against American billionaire Isaac Perlmutter and his wife Laura Perlmutter. "There is no evidence whatsoever that the Perlmutters had any hand in
Chile's lower congressional chamber on Tuesday approved a bill that would allow citizens to make a fourth withdrawal from their pension funds, and sent it to the Senate for a vote, despite opposition from the government. Chile's government and the Central Bank have warned that passing the bill would negatively affect the economy, as Chileans further deplete funds meant for retirement. Before the pandemic, Chileans were not allowed to tap into their pension funds until their actual retirement.