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Pasadena woman fatal victim in San Diego County bus crash

A 73-year-old Pasadena woman was identified by authorities Monday as one of three who died in a weekend charter bus crash when it overturned after the driver lost control on the wet roadway of the southbound 15 Freeway south of Fallbrook in San Diego County, authorities said. Julia Cornejo Perez was the second victim identified by the San Diego County Medical Examiner. The California Highway Patrol said she was a Pasadena resident. On Sunday, the medical examiner identified fatal crash victim Ma...
Tags: News, Mexico, Sport, Crash, Soccer, San Diego, Breaking News, Pasadena, CHP, San Diego County, Moreno Valley, Oceanside, Barstow, Whittier, Mike Hughes, Studio City


Netflix added a top 10 list of its most-watched content. Here’s how to find it.

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Netflix today added a feature that will allow you to see what’s popular on the platform in your country — namely a top ten list for movies and TV. Given how much stuff is on Netflix, it might be useful to at least see what the popular vote says is worth watching. The feature, which the platform tested in Mexico and the UK, is rolling out worldwide today. This ...
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New Netflix feature reveals the top 10 most popular programs on its service

Netflix is adding a new feature that will rank the 10 most popular programs on its service in your country, the company announced today. Its top 10 Overall list will display the most popular programs from across all Netflix content, including both movies and shows. In addition, separate top 10 lists for just movies and shows will be available when you switch over to either the Movies or TV show tab in the app. These lists will be updated daily, says Netflix, and are intended to help users find o...
Tags: TC, Movies, Media, Mexico, Tech, Netflix, Streaming, TV Shows, Scorsese, Nielsen, Streaming Video, Streaming Service, Nbcu, Peacock, WarnerMedia, HBO Max


Eyeless dolphin-like creature washes ashore in Mexico

Aparece extraña criatura en playas mexicanas https://t.co/QksU4bFgWn pic.twitter.com/SdMVRS6LF3 — Revista Bohemia (@bohemiaonline) February 13, 2020 Vaguely-sourced and the toast of British tabloids, this unfortunate creature reportedly washed ashore on the beach at Destiladeras, Mexico. It has a dolphin-like head, but no eyes and a large eel-like body. Local media confirmed that no one had been able to identify the strange animal, but there were also no reports in the media suggesting th...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Mexico, Cryptozoology, Bohemia, Delightful Cryptids, Destiladeras Mexico


‘Winnipeg,’ ‘BFFS!’ and ‘Sex Symbols’ Among La Liga Animated Finalists

“Winnipeg, Seeds of Hope,” “BFFS! Best Friends Forever Stranded!” and “Sex Symbols” are among five new finalists selected to participate in La Liga, the animation umbrella created to promote the Ibero-American animation sector worldwide between Spain’s Quirino Awards, Argentina’s Animation! and Mexico’s Pixelatl Festival. The eventual winning project will be chosen at the upcoming edition […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Global, Spain, La Liga, Argentina, Winnipeg


US economy faces long-lasting damage from trade war: Fed official

The trade conflict of the past two years likely left a mark on the US economy, even with the recent agreement to defuse the situation, a Federal Reserve official said Monday. The outbreak of the new coronavirus in China adds another risk factor to the outlook, which otherwise seemed poised to provide steady growth, said Loretta Mester, president of the Federal Reserve's regional bank in Cleveland. With the partial agreement signed with China to call a truce in the dispute with Beijing -- despi...
Tags: News, Mexico, China, US, Beijing, Canada, Federal Reserve, Cleveland, Fed, Mester, Loretta Mester


Patrick Reed plans to ‘block out the noise’ after victory in Mexico

I've seen Patrick Reed improve his lie up close and personal four times now,” Kostis said. Asked in his post-round press conference on Sunday if he felt he had something to prove, Reed said: “I felt like I had something to prove to myself coming into this week because I feel like I've been playing some really solid golf and just haven't quite gotten over that hump to get the W (win). But then coming into this week, I knew we were in a good pattern and I knew all I needed to do was...
Tags: News, Mexico, Golf, Patrick Reed, Reed, Kostis


Reed blocks out noise to win WGC-Mexico Championship

Patrick Reed's week began on a sour note with Brooks Koepka stoking the embers of a cheating allegation against him but the Texan ended it in a blaze of glory with victory at the WGC-Mexico Championship on Sunday. Reed may never be able to fully restore his reputation after video images showed him improving his lie in a sandy waste area at the World Challenge in December but he has proved in Mexico that he can roll with the punches and rise to the challenge. While Reed said at the time his ...
Tags: News, Mexico, Mexico City, Golf, Patrick Reed, Brooks Koepka, Bahamas, Reed, Koepka, WGC Mexico Championship, WGC Mexico, American Ryder


Patrick Reed shows his moxie and wins Mexico Championship

Patrick Reed made it hard for anyone to question his moxie. A week that began with Brooks Koepka saying he thought Reed cheated when he was penalized for swiping sand in the Bahamas ended with Reed delivering clutch moments down the stretch Sunday to win the Mexico Championship. Then again, Reed always seems to be at his best when it feels as though the world is against him.
Tags: News, Mexico, Golf, Patrick Reed, Brooks Koepka, Bahamas, Reed


Feds to investigate San Diego bus rollover that killed 3

PALA MESA — Federal investigators are sending a team to the scene of a charter bus crash that killed three people and injured 18 others on a rain-slicked highway near San Diego, officials said Sunday. The bus was on Interstate 15 in Pala Mesa on Saturday when it swerved, rolled down an embankment and landed on its roof, North County Fire Protection District spokesman John Choi said. Several passengers were thrown from the bus, and one of the dead was trapped under the vehicle, Choi said. Another...
Tags: News, Mexico, Los Angeles, Sport, Crash, Soccer, San Diego, California Highway Patrol, San Diego County, Southern California, Moreno Valley, National Transportation Safety Board, Barstow, San Diego Union Tribune, Whittier, Mike Hughes


Pregnant Asylum-Seekers Barred From U.S. Entry For Court Hearings

Pregnant asylum seekers who were told to remain in place in Mexico are now being barred from entering the U.S. for their asylum hearings until after they give birth, so finds a KPBS investigation.
Tags: News, Mexico


One idea, two cool things: desalinated water and renewable energy

The contraption, reminiscent of Rube Goldberg, would produce two of Southern California’s most precious and essential resources: water and electricity. The electricity would be renewable. And the drought-proof, desalinated ocean water could prove more environmentally friendly — and cheaper — than the water produced from three other desalters proposed for Southern California. The idea, developed by Silicon Valley-based Neal Aronson and his Oceanus Power & Water venture, caught the attention of th...
Tags: Japan, News, Navy, California, Mexico, France, Environment, Department Of Defense, Sport, Soccer, Chile, Switzerland, Silicon Valley, Chemical, Sonora, Orange County


How to Be an Expatriate in 2020

Two years ago, Chuck Burgess and Kerstin Michaelsen were comfortably set up in New York City with good careers, a home in Manhattan and another in the Hamptons. But they yearned for something more. Not more in the sense of material things but in the satisfaction derived from new adventures and new lands. They fantasized about moving abroad -- an idea that seemed more attractive as the couple, both 50, settled into midlife.Ultimately it was a "heightened sense of our mortality," Burgess said, tha...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, New York, Science, Mexico, Germany, Virginia, Berlin, Singapore, New York City, Atlanta, Spain, Barcelona, European Union, Taiwan, United States


Mc Carthy column: Valley sisters’ good will reached all the way to Mexico. And Fiji. And Samoa. And Tahiti. And beyond…

This is a tale of two sisters who embarked on a service project in 2014 that was so grand in scope, so implausible that even their own parents thought it would be near impossible for them to succeed. But, they did. Taylor Jackson, then 10, and her younger sister, Jordyn, 5, wanted to deliver soccer balls to poor and orphaned children around world. Not collect the balls and have them shipped, or drop them off at local charities to be put in care packages with other items, and hope they got in the...
Tags: Business, News, Mexico, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Jackson, Local News, Taylor, Costa Rica, Fiji, Chris, Valley, Tim, Denise, Samoa


Do You Live a True Religion?

“Why have we fasted, but you have not seen? We have denied ourselves, but you haven’t noticed!” “Look, you do as you please on the day of your fast, and oppress all your workers. You fast with contention and strife to strike viciously with your fist. You cannot fast as you do today, hoping to make your voice heard on high. Will the fast I choose be like this: A day for a person to deny himself, to bow his head like a reed, and to spread out sackcloth and ashes? Will you call this a fast and a da...
Tags: Mexico, Religion, Inspiration, Faith, Jesus, Truth, Isaiah, CSB, Sunday Scripture


Navarrete dominates Santisima to retain WBO super bantamweight title

Emanuel Navarrete dominated Jeo Santisima on the way to an 11th-round technical knockout Saturday to retain his World Boxing Organization super-bantamweight world title. Mexico's Navarrete made his fifth defense of the crown in convincing style against the Filipino challenger, who was a heavy underdog fighting for a world title for the first time. After a conservative start, Navarrete began to ramp up the pressure in the third round.
Tags: News, Mexico, Boxing, World Boxing Organization, Navarrete, Emanuel Navarrete, Santisima, Jeo Santisima


Pregnant Asylum-Seekers Barred From U.S. Entry For Court Hearings

Pregnant asylum seekers who were told to remain in place in Mexico are now being barred from entering the U.S. for their asylum hearings until after they give birth, so finds a KPBS investigation.
Tags: News, Mexico


He Turned Purple’: U.S. Overlooks Ill Asylum Seekers

When the Trump administration rolled out its policy to force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico, officials said medical exemptions would help the sick. They haven’t.
Tags: News, Mexico, Asylum, Trump, United States Politics and Government, Immigration and Emigration, Right of, Customs and Border Protection (US, Emergency Medical Treatment, Matamoros (Mexico, U S Overlooks Ill Asylum Seekers


The top 9 shows on Netflix and other streaming services this week

Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a list of the nine most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services in the US. This week's list includes Netflix's "Stranger Things" and Disney Plus' "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix's "Stranger Things" has surged to the top of this week's demand ranking thanks to the release last week of a season four teaser. Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a l...
Tags: Amazon, Mexico, US, Trends, Netflix, Cbs, Harley Quinn, Gotham City, Patrick Stewart, Henry Cavill, Rotten Tomatoes, Guadalajara, Lucas, Business Insider, Harley, Jean Luc Picard


‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy Overlooks Health Issues, Lawyers and Migrants Say

When the Trump administration rolled out its policy to force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico, officials said medical exemptions would help the sick. They haven’t.
Tags: News, Mexico, Asylum, Trump, United States Politics and Government, Immigration and Emigration, Right of, Customs and Border Protection (US, Emergency Medical Treatment, Matamoros (Mexico


Medical Emergencies Are No Match for ‘Remain in Mexico’ Asylum Blockade

When the Trump administration rolled out its policy to force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico, officials said medical exemptions would help the sick. They haven’t.
Tags: News, Mexico, Asylum, Trump, United States Politics and Government, Immigration and Emigration, Right of, Customs and Border Protection (US, Emergency Medical Treatment, Matamoros (Mexico


write for rights 2019 #write4rights

Today, December 10, is Human Rights Day. The date commemorates the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, 1948, the first document of its kind.Every year on December 10, Amnesty International holds a global letter-writing event: Write For Rights (in Canada). Hundreds of thousands of people around the world write handwritten letters calling for action for victims of human rights abuses, and offering comfort and support to political prisoners.Every year at this time,...
Tags: Travel, Human Rights, Activism, Mexico, China, Nigeria, Environment, Canada, Egypt, Philippines, Amnesty International, Death Penalty, Belarus, Indigenous Peoples, Civil Liberties, Cairo


Bryson DeChambeau birdies his way to 1-shot lead in Mexico

Bryson DeChambeau kept making so many birdies in the Mexico Championship that when he rolled in his ninth one from 45 feet, all he could do was throw his hands in the air in pure wonder. He wasn't alone Friday in making birdies, although Rory McIlroy would like to have joined the party. DeChambeau made seven birdies in an eight-hole stretch at Chapultepec Golf Club for an 8-under 63, giving him a one-shot lead over Erik van Rooyen of South Africa and Patrick Reed at the halfway point of thi...
Tags: News, Mexico, South Africa, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Patrick Reed, Bryson DeChambeau, DeChambeau, Chapultepec Golf Club, Erik van Rooyen


I’d Like to Deprive the World of Water (to Make More Coca-Cola)

For her video “The Real Thing”, filmmaker Julianna Villarosa used footage of Coca-Cola’s famous “I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke” commercial ruined by pouring Coke on VHS and film copies to draw attention to the company’s water privatization practices in Chiapas, Mexico, where there’s a water shortage on. From the video: The Chiapas Highlands, one of Mexico’s wettest regions, has a water shortage. Many drink Coca-Cola, which is bottled nearby and often easier to find than clean water. On a...
Tags: Mexico, US, Coca Cola, Coke, Chiapas, Jason Kottke, Los Altos, San Juan Chamula, Chiapas Mexico, Vicente Fox, San Crist, Chiapas Highlands, Julianna Villarosa, Villarosa, Coca Cola bottling company Local, Coca Cola Mexico It all


Small Business Approval for President Trump at All-time High

The Q1 CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey just reported President Trump has achieved an all-time high approval rating among small business owners. When it comes to the President the net approval rating is at 64%, a four percent increase from the previous quarter. Even more impressive is the fact that it is nearly the same for both male and female respondents. While 65% of men approve of the President, 61% of women are also showing their support. The four-percentage difference is almost a s...
Tags: Mexico, China, Sales, Canada, United States, Healthcare, Cnbc, Surveymonkey, Trump, Cohen, Small Business News, Jon Cohen, Mexico Canada Agreement USMCA, Small Business Approval for President Trump


How to Be an Expatriate in 2020

Thanks to leaps in technology, social media and the expanded mobile economy, more people are leaving home for good. Here’s how they do it.
Tags: News, Mexico, Germany, Social Media, Chile, Real Estate and Housing (Residential, Berlin (Germany, Santiago (Chile, San Miguel de Allende (Mexico


Angels’ JC Ramírez said his velocity returned to 96 mph in winter ball

TEMPE, Ariz. >> JC Ramírez had a bad feeling when he looked up at the scoreboard after returning from Tommy John surgery. “I was never used to being in that situation, seeing on the scoreboard 93 on the best day,” Ramírez said. “It was 91-92. It was frustrating.” Ramírez averaged 95.6 mph with his fastball in 2017, but it was down to 91.0 mph when he came back in 2019. He pitched in just five games and then the Angels designated him for assignment. Ramírez took some time off after the season to ...
Tags: Mexico, Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Los Angeles Angels, Upton, Justin Upton, Rob Manfred, Ramirez, Whicker, Mike Trout, Tempe Ariz, Tommy John, Maddon


OPI Mexico City Spring 2020 Collection - with swatches!

Experience the eclectic colours of the world's most thriving art scene - Ciudad de Mexico - for Spring 2020 with the Mexico City Collection by OPI. With this collection, OPI makes nails a personal canvas and the collection becomes an artist's palette of rich, fashion-forward colour with shades inspired by the city's vibrant art and fashion scenes, jet-set appeal with trendy locales and award-winning cuisine and exploration of individual self-expression.Available in the collection are 12 new sha...
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Win a trip to Mexico

Made-up food holidays aren’t always a cause for circling your calendars. Not many people have alarms set for National Avocado Day, for example, and you don’t see a lot of office breakroom countdowns for National Pancake Week. But this Saturday — aka National Margarita Day — probably rates a reminder in your phone. This holiday celebrating everybody’s favorite weekend kickoff drink is scheduled for a Saturday, which allows you to celebrate properly without a workday hangover. More importantly,...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, All, Margarita, Marg, Margaritas, National Margarita Day, National Pancake Week But, Hotel Riu Tequila


You Have 8 New Netflix Treats To Binge — Here’s What’s Worth Watching

Netflix offered up quite the Valentine’s Day weekend bingeing opportunity. On one hand, there were rom-coms like To All The Boys 2 and Isi & Ossi. On the other, there were the kinds of series you can't look away from, like Narcos and Love Is Blind. This week, it appears the streaming service is trying to slow things down before another explosive run next week (expect Altered Carbon, I Am Not Okay With This, and Queen Sono). Yet, there are still quite a few under-the-radar treats waiting for you ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mexico, Babies, Ben Affleck, Netflix, Anne Hathaway, Diana, Joan Didion, Las Vegas, West Coast, Jon Favreau, Sin City, Sao Paulo, Roy Choi, Sono