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Savoring Costa Rica, Sip By Sip

Coffee is one of the country’s top exports. A four-day tasting journey to haciendas and plantations follows the beans from tree to cup.
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They’re Stealthy at Sea, but They Can’t Hide From the Albatross

Researchers outfitted 169 seabirds with radar detectors to pinpoint vessels that had turned off their transponders.
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Powerful Storm Kills 45 in Brazil

Rain is still pouring over the affected region, overwhelming rescue workers and worsening conditions for the 15,000 people who have been forced from their homes. At least 18 people are missing.
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Tears for the Magnificent and Shrinking Everglades, a ‘River of Grass’

Florida’s freshwater wonder is threatened like never before with a rising sea level as restoration efforts lag.
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Brazil Under Bolsonaro Has Message for Teenagers: Save Sex for Marriage

Brazil’s minister for women and families, an evangelical pastor, formulated a new abstinence campaign in consultation with a religious group. Critics say the move blurs the church-state line.
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As ‘American Dirt’ Racks Up Sales, Its Author Becomes the Story

Jeanine Cummins’s novel about migrants fleeing violence is a hit with booksellers, but critics have called it “trauma porn” that exploits another country’s pain.
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Glenn Greenwald in Bolsonaro’s Brazil: ‘I Trigger a Lot of Their Primal Rage’

The American journalist has found himself at the center of another political firestorm, this time over press freedom in Brazil.
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Commemorating the Victims of Canada’s ‘Gay Purge’

A national memorial will soon rise to the thousands of people whose careers were ruined because of their sexual orientation.
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Mexico Breaks Up a Migrant Caravan, Pleasing White House

The Mexican authorities used pepper spray on a caravan of 4,000 Central American migrants who tried to enter the country illegally, and dangled the possibility of jobs for those who registered.
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Claudio Roditi, Lyrical Jazz Trumpeter, Is Dead at 73

The Brazilian-born Mr. Roditi’s playing fused the gentle lilt of samba with the drive of the post-bop trumpet tradition.
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In the Bahamas, a Strong Market for New Luxury Homes

Three new high-end developments have brought a rise in sales to foreign buyers. The lack of an income tax is another attraction.
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For Haggis Purists in the U.S., the Law Is No Obstacle

A federal agency bans the sale of sheep lungs, a key ingredient for the distinctive Scottish dish. Haggis lovers have found ways around that.
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She Owns the Hip Boutique Bird. These Are Her 5 Places to Shop in Los Angeles

Jen Mankins opened the first outpost of her popular store outside of New York City in Los Angeles County. Here are her favorite places to shop there.
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