Can Ron DeSantis ride the culture war to the White House? Can Ron DeSantis ride the culture war to the White House?

The Florida governor has several things going for him, including the adulation of Fox News, which treats him as a front-runner and has begun casting Trump as yesterday's man.

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A decade after her death, this bawdy Latina lesbian rebel poet is overdue for recognition A decade after her death, this bawdy Latina lesbian rebel poet is overdue for recognition

Tatiana de la tierra, a groundbreaking bilingual writer and editor, died 10 years ago in Long Beach. It's time to unearth her underground legacy.

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384 minutos sin anotar, la crisis mexicana en mundiales 384 minutos sin anotar, la crisis mexicana en mundiales

El sábado 23 de junio de 2018 la Selección Mexicana anotó su último gol en las Copas del Mundo, gracias a Javier "Chicharito" Hernández, con lo que México vencería 2-1 a Corea del Sur en Rusia.

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Ukraine supporters gather to rally against Russian invasion, and remember a tragic event from the past Ukraine supporters gather to rally against Russian invasion, and remember a tragic event from the past

Ninety years after a Soviet-caused famine killed millions of Ukrainians, demonstrators gathered in Chicago to call attention to that tragedy and rally in support of Ukraine’s fight against Russia’s invasion.

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Notable deaths of 2022 Notable deaths of 2022

Here are some of the celebrities and newsmakers who died in 2022.

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¿Qué necesita México ante Arabia Saudita para clasificar a la siguiente ronda en el Mundial? ¿Qué necesita México ante Arabia Saudita para clasificar a la siguiente ronda en el Mundial?

México cayó el sábado por la noche en Lusail Stadium ante la poderosa selección de Argentina en su segundo partido del Mundial de Qatar 2022, lo que la ubica en el último puesto del Grupo C, aunque no está eliminada aún.

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‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance’ singer-actor Irene Cara dies at 63 ‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance’ singer-actor Irene Cara dies at 63

Oscar, Golden Globe and two-time Grammy winning singer-actress Irene Cara, who starred in and sang the title cut from the 1980 hit movie “Fame” and then belted out the era-defining hit “Flashdance ... What a Feeling” from 1983′s “Flashdance,” has died.

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‘An intellect, a bully, and a great judge’: Courthouse leader Vincent Gaughan set to retire after handling Chicago’s biggest cases ‘An intellect, a bully, and a great judge’: Courthouse leader Vincent Gaughan set to retire after handling Chicago’s biggest cases

After seeing it all, Judge Gaughan is retiring after 31 years on the Cook County bench. Caustic but fatherly, autocratic but skilled, temperamental with everyone in his courtroom except — usually — the defendants themselves.

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Along the Mag Mile, a new crop of retailers await holiday shoppers. ‘We love that our store surprises people’ Along the Mag Mile, a new crop of retailers await holiday shoppers. ‘We love that our store surprises people’

By offering shoppers fresh options, landlords are hoping to revitalize Chicago's Magnificent Mile

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‘I thought I would make it’: The strange psychology behind the crashes at Long Grove’s covered bridge ‘I thought I would make it’: The strange psychology behind the crashes at Long Grove’s covered bridge

Roughly twice a month, drivers who think their large vehicles can make it through the bridge guess wrong.

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