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After a long night, don't head to the medicine cabinet — head directly to the stove and a simmering pot of posole. Jesse Hendrix Inman/Courtesy of Estes PR hide caption

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A Cure For The Common Hangover, Found On The Stove

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Child Migrant Crisis Stemmed By Border Security Build-Up

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Cuban Dissidents Thwarted Before Havana Demonstration

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Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is seen with members of the Tawil family on Dec. 23. Kirchner embraced their seventh son, Yair, as her godson in line with an Argentine tradition that offers presidential protection to the seventh son in a family with only male children to prevent him from turning into a werewolf. Twitter hide caption

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Argentinian Orangutan May Be Free To Enjoy Some Privacy

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Cuba is 90 miles away from the southernmost point in the United States, in Key West, Fla. "There used to be a ferry that ran between the two islands every day," says 89-year-old Gregorio Garcia, who emigrated in 1958. "I hope they operate it again someday." Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Cubans In Key West, A Longing To Fill In 'Gaps Of Who We Are'

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For Venezuela, Drop In Global Oil Prices Could Be Catastrophic

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Alan Gross pauses during a news conference at his lawyer's office in Washington on Dec. 17. The federal government will pay him $3.2 million as part of a settlement with the company that employed Gross when he was arrested in Cuba in 2009. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Pepperpot, a traditional Guyanese Christmas dish, is basically a stew of aromatics and tough meat parts like shanks, trotters and tails that benefit from a long cooking. Courtesy of Cynthia Nelson Photography hide caption

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In Miami, Mixed Emotions Over Release Of Cuban Spies

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Cubans Celebrate The Return Of Three Last Spies

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