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The Navy recovers the remains of 5 sailors off the coast of San Diego

Navy officials had been searching for the bodies of five crew members who died when an MH-60S Seahawk helicopter crashed into the sea on Aug. 31.

A statue of a female figure unearthed in Veracruz state has been chosen as the inspiration for a sculpture to replace one of Christopher Columbus in Mexico City. The new statue will be three times the size of the six-foot original. Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology photo via AP hide caption

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A monument honoring Indigenous women will replace a Columbus statue in Mexico City

It's a replica of a sculpture now displayed in Mexico City's Museum of Anthropology. The new version will be as much as three times the size of the six-foot original.

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Gabby Petito was strangled 3 to 4 weeks before her body was found in Wyoming

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In the third part of our series exploring crossover in pop music, we reexamine the so-called "Latin explosion" of the '90s: what it was supposed to be for audiences across the U.S., and what it actually came to represent. Blake Cale for NPR hide caption

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1999's Latin Explosion chased crossover hits. Today, Latino artists don't need them

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, artists like Ricky Martin, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira ruled the pop charts. But who was that so-called Latin Explosion actually for, and what were the business considerations behind it?

1999's 'Latin Explosion' chased crossover hits. Today, Latino artists don't need them

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Raydel Aparicio Bringa (left) and Doniel Machado Pujol are photographed while being apprehended by Poland's Border Guard in the town of Sokolka, on the Polish border with Belarus. The two men, from Cuba, are among thousands of migrants from impoverished or war-torn countries that the regime of Alexander Lukashenko is accused of luring to Belarus to be sent across the border into the EU. Grzegorz Sokol for NPR hide caption

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The EU accuses Belarus of luring migrants to cross into other European nations

Poland has stopped some 16,000 migrants crossing its border from Belarus since August, and accuses Belarus' authoritarian regime of facilitating illegal migration into the European Union.

Belarus' Lukashenko is accused of creating Europe's latest migration crisis

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As Democrats look to cut their spending bill, here's a reminder of where they started

The party laid out bold priorities this summer, including major investments in climate initiatives, health care and the child tax credit. But it's become clear that some cuts will have to happen.

Ruthie Tompson at a screening at the 2018 TCM Classic Film Festival on April 28, 2018 in Hollywood, California. The legendary Disney animator passed away on Sunday at the age of 111. Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for TCM hide caption

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Ruthie Tompson, an animator with the longest history at Disney, dies at 111

Ruthie Tompson's painting and animation work at the Walt Disney Company dates back to the 1920s — from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Rescuers.

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A weather delay Sunday night during a football game touches off a heated debate over what makes a perfect peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

NFL locker room sandwiches lead to a debate over the perfect PB&J ratio

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