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  1. Mexican officials say a notorious cartel killed 2 Tijuana journalists. Critics aren’t buying it

    Tijuana journalist Lourdes Maldonado's grave is surrounded by flowers at Monte De Los Olivos on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022 in Tijuana, Baja, California. (Alejandro Tamayo/The San Diego Union-Tribune/TNS)
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  2. Could Black voters’ frustration with DeSantis’ politics awaken a ‘sleeping giant?’

    Florida state Sen. Shevrin Jones, along with Broward Supervisor of Elections Joe Scott and civil rights activists, holds a news conference on Friday, May 7, 2021, at the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office in Lauderhill, Florida. (Mike Stocker/South Florida Sun Sentinel/TNS)
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  3. Janay Wright: Free hikes in Oregon include bird watching, forest bathing

    Participants spot a bird on a guided walk with the Deschutes Land Trust in Indian Ford Meadow Preserve. (Janay Wright/The Bulletin/TNS)
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  4. Ukrainian hip-hop choreographer leads champions of a new 'dance generation' despite the war at home

    Choreographer Greg Chapkis on stage with one of his winning dance crews at Hip Hop International. (Jevon Phillips/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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  5. In group homes, this Philly student fell behind in school. Then he discovered a program and got himself into Penn

    Nathaniel Gordon is the first graduate of Gateway to College - a Philadelphia School District program that allows students who didn't flourish in traditional settings to earn high school diplomas and college credits at the Community College of Philadelphia - to vault to the Ivy League. Gordon graduates from high school next month, and will head to Penn in the fall. (Heather Khalifa/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)
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