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'Tired of Waiting:' Cuban Americans Say Biden Broke Promise to Lift Cuba Sanctions and Thaw Relations

Cuban Americans are speaking out to demand the U.S. government end its blockade of the island, but President Joe Biden has responded with new sanctions.
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PBS SoCal and KCET Honored with 10 L.A. Area Emmy® Awards

For the fifth year running, KCET and PBS SoCal combined garnered the most awards of any other LA broadcast station with 10 wins honoring 10 separate programs.
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How the Gleeful Aesthetic of L.A.’s 1984 Olympics Unified a Sprawling City

In 1984, Los Angeles exuded Olympic psychedelia, a gleeful '80s aesthetic which underlined the complementary power of sport, culture and art. It would also revitalize a bedraggled Olympic movement.
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Line of Separation

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Friedrich and Anna face their greatest challenge as a state of emergency is announced after the death of someone close.
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Professor T (UK)

Tiger T

Professor T deals with a hostage situation with his unconventional negotiating tactics.
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The Life-Sized City

S3 E6: Hamilton

Toronto has always cast a long shadow on the city of Hamilton, Ontario, for a number of reasons: it's bigger, it's more economically successful, and people want to live there. But times are changing.
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Republic of Lucha Provides a Haven for Lucha Libre Culture in L.A.

Republic of Lucha, besides being awesome, is a new space in South Pasadena dedicated to the world of lucha libre, the freestyle form of wrestling made famous in Mexico.
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Hefty Contracts for Campaign Contributors in Huntington Park

An examination of public records from 2018 and 2020 confirmed that several companies contracted by the city of Huntington Park donated gifts and campaign contributions to council members during that time. The investigation raises questions about whether council members are truly looking out for the best interests of the public when creating policies and making decisions.
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July 26, 2021

Monday on the NewsHour, as the spike in COVID-19 infections and deaths sparks a renewed push for vaccinations, "PBS NewsHour" explores where they will be mandatory.
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