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Colombian singer Camilo is up for album of the year, song the year and record of the year across 10 nominations for the Latin Grammys. Xavi Torrent/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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The Latin Grammys Kick Off A New Era With Nominations That Favor A Wider Range Of Music

Colombian singer Camilo was the stand-out artist this year, garnering 10 nominations for headlining awards like album and song of the year. But reggaeton — despite its artistic and commercial success worldwide — had a poor showing.

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Anita Hill teaches courses on gender, race, social policy and legal history at Brandeis University. Lisa O'Connor /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Anita Hill Started A Conversation About Sexual Harassment. She's Not Done Yet

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Hill doesn't regret testifying against Clarence Thomas during his 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearing: "There is victory in being able to come forward and state what has happened to you."

Anita Hill Started A Conversation About Sexual Harassment. She's Not Done Yet

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Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, pictured in June, is outlining her economic agenda. One goal is to increase U.S. semiconductor manufacturing. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo Calls For The U.S. To Counter China's Economic Power

The Chinese government is blocking its airlines from buying Boeing airplanes, Raimondo said. She criticized Beijing for its trade barriers and is pushing for more investment in U.S. manufacturing.

The COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson was a one-shot regime. But data shows that people who got the shot may have waning immunity, and some doctors say a second shot would be a good idea. Stephen Zenner/Getty Images hide caption

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For People Who Got The J&J Vaccine, Some Doctors Are Advising Boosters ASAP

Boosters are available for higher-risk people who got the Pfizer vaccine. But what about people who got the one-shot Johnson & Johnson? Some doctors say they need an extra shot even more urgently.

Flames burn up a giant tree as part of the Windy Fire in the Trail of 100 Giants grove in Sequoia National Forest, Calif. Children in younger generations will experience two to seven times more extreme climate events like wildfires, a new study says. Noah Berger/AP hide caption

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Children Born After 2020 Will Experience Up To 7 Times More Extreme Climate Events

A new study says the current climate crisis is a "severe threat" to the safety of younger generations, who will experience far more extreme climate events such as heat waves, wildfires and floods.

A U.S. Border Patrol agent on horseback tries to stop a Haitian migrant from entering an encampment on the banks of the Rio Grande in Del Rio, Texas. The Department of Homeland Security has pledged an investigation into the matter. Paul Ratje/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden Says Border Agents Will Be Held Accountable For Misconduct. A Critic Has Doubts

U.S. Customs and Border Protection's internal accountability system is "broken," says Andrea Guerrero of Alliance San Diego. Her group says independent and external investigations are needed.

Biden Says Border Agents Will Be Held Accountable For Misconduct. A Critic Has Doubts

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Wild boars eat garbage near trash bins in Rome on Sept. 24. They have become a daily sight, as families of wild boars trot down the city streets, sticking their snouts in the garbage looking for food. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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Packs Of Ravenous Wild Boars Are Ransacking Rome

Entire families of wild boars have become a daily sight in Rome, as groups of 10-30 beasts emerge from nearby parks to trot down city streets in search of food in Rome's overflowing trash bins.

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