U.S. Faces Undefeated Puerto Rico In World Baseball Classic Final

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Veteran Convict Provides Glimpse Into Brazil's Violent Prisons

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This aerial image shows the area known as Colinas de Santa Fe where Mexican authorities work to find the remains of people buried in mass graves on the outskirts of Veracruz. More than 250 skulls were found there earlier this year in what appears to be a drug cartel's mass burial ground, prosecutors said. Jonathan Estudillo/AP hide caption

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More Than 250 Bodies Found In Mass Grave In Mexico

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The South American polka dot tree frog was recently found to glow fluorescent under ultraviolet light. Julián Faivovich and Carlos Taboada (Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia"—CONICET) hide caption

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Brazilian Workers Protest Against Pension Changes

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Porto Alegre, one of Brazil's most important commercial and industrial hubs, has declared itself in "financial calamity." Brazil is in the midst of its longest and deepest recession. Philip Reeves/NPR hide caption

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Mexico City Falls Short Of Its Migrant Friendly Hype

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Former star goalie Bruno Fernandes de Souza, shown in 2012 at his murder trial in Contagem, Brazil, was convicted of ordering his ex-girlfriend's death. He was recently released on a technicality and has been signed by another professional soccer team. Gualter Naves/AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexican Leftist Politician Rising In Polls With Anti-American Rhetoric

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Deportees From The North, Migrants From The South Overwhelm Mexican Border City

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This privately owned land along the southern border was bisected by a fence a decade ago. The owner, O.D. Emery, still supports the fence. Ravenna Koenig/NPR hide caption

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On Both Sides Of The Mexican Border, Fear Grows For U.S.-Bound Migrants

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Relatives gather outside the Virgin of the Assumption Safe House near Guatemala City, Guatemala. Dozens of girls died after a fire broke out at the youth shelter on Wednesday. Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Radio Ambulante': An Immigrant's Hollywood Story Takes A Turn

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Chris Bertish enters the English Harbour at Antigua on Thursday, a flare trailing behind him in celebration. He paddled more than 4,050 nautical miles to reach this point. Courtesy Brian Overfelt for The SUP Crossing hide caption

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Mexican Cement Company Looks To Profit From Border Wall

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Rush Begins For Contractors Who Want In On Border Wall Construction

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