Trump, Biden clash again in final presidential debate
Final 2020 presidential campaign debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in Nashville, Tennessee, is seen on TV in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020. (Yuri Gripas/Abaca Press/TNS)
This suburban ‘mask cop’ in the San Fernando Valley is 81 and loud
A motorist traveling along Vanalden Ave. in Porter Ranch waves to Charles Dirks, 81, as Dirks congratulates the driver for wearing a facial covering to protect against the spread of the coronavirus. Dirks, a retired political science professor, tries to get the attention of every person he sees during his twice daily walks near his home in Porter Ranch, congratulating those that wear protective facial covering and berating those that don't. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Jake Capobres, 14, of Plymouth, Michigan shows off flying his racing drone in his backyard on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020. Capobres started building and racing drones when he was 11 years old and competes against adults and has sponsorship that allows him to race and get various parts to compete. (Eric Seals/Detroit Free Press/TNS)
Older COVID Patients Battle ‘Brain Fog,’ Weakness and Emotional Turmoil
Tom Stevens and his wife, Virginia, were hospitalized with COVID-19 in early August and put in separate rooms. Within a day, their physicians agreed that the couple, married for 66 years, should not be kept apart - they needed to recover in a room together. (E. Wesley Ely/KHN)
Crisis in the Galapagos: Chinese fishing fleets and COVID-19 threaten a natural wonder
Noralma Cabrera and her husband William Cabrera are farmers in the hills outside of Puerto Aroyo. William Cabrera normally makes a living as a boat captain, but with no tourism, the family has expanded their farm. They are giving food away, and sometimes bartering - trading his tomatoes and cucumbers for goods such as fish, chicken or milk. "We're a close knit community, here," said the father of two, as he stood in front of his newly installed greenhouses, where beans, lettuce and tomatoes were ripening at various stages of growth. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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Oppenheimer writes about Latin American policy and economic issues, including drug trafficking, free trade and immigration. He infuses each column with the local flavor of the country he is writing from, be it Mexico, Argentina or the United States. Oppenheimer is a regular political analyst on world affairs with "CNN en Español." Also available in Spanish.
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