The NBA legend wore the no. 24 shirt for the Los Angeles Lakers. Now a soccer team effort aims to reclaim the number, long associated with homosexuality.
"The Daily Show" host dropped a particularly spicy burn after a segment of border wall collapsed into Mexico.
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A day before, he boasted about the strength of his wall.
A year into his presidency, Jair Bolsonaro is facing accusations of genocide against his country’s Indigenous minorities. The violence began before he even took office.
A magnitude 7.7 earthquake hit south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica.
An interview with Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, author of “Children of the Land.”
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The Intercept co-founder published cellphone messages that embarrassed a Brazilian anti-corruption task force.
Ousting Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro is Trump's dream and NSC official Mauricio Claver-Carone is eager to make it come true.
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An official has been critical of foreign media’s reporting on political issues in the past.
If the child does not get treatment, she risks catching an infection that could kill her, a doctor told HuffPost.
The president reportedly intends to take more than $7 billion from Pentagon funding to build his border wall, according to internal White House plans obtained by The Washington Post.
Books from bell hooks and Audre Lorde — published more than three decades ago — arrived in Brazilian stores recently. But there’s more work to be done.
The satirical Porta dos Fundos show doesn't have the "magic power" to undermine an over 2,000-year-old religion, Brazil's Supreme Court president wrote.
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Chef Andrea Murdoch was born in Venezuela to an Indigenous Andean family. However, she spent her childhood with her adopted family in suburban Ohio, where her culture and identity always felt elusive to her. After a traumatic divorce left her with PTSD, Murdoch found healing in cooking Native and Indigenous foods, using it as a way to connect to her heritage.
“The First Temptation of Christ” was censored for the benefit of "Brazilian society which is mostly Christian,” the Rio de Janeiro judge said.
Thousands are sleeping outdoors or in their cars, fearful their homes will collapse in the event of another major temblor.