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LIMA, Peru - More than 400 dead dolphins were found last month on the Pacific Ocean beaches of northern Peru, officials said Monday.
It's an hour before sunset on a Friday and the pulqueria is already pulsing. Rock, cumbia and musica romantica beats from a jukebox along the back wall. Chattering drinkers pack tightly from the saloon-style swinging doors to the tile bar.
HAVANA – Cuba’s Fidel Castro, 87, may have retired as president in 2008, but a visit with the former revolutionary leader is a must-do for any visiting dignitaries. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moo was his most recent high-profile visitor.
The hero pilot of the light plane that crashed in Nashville, Tenn., was a prominent Kansas rancher on his way to the nation's largest cattle industry trade show, authorities said Tuesday.
Kiefer Sutherland returns this spring as "24's" Jack Bauer, but says he's a bit concerned about starting up the show, which had been off the air for a few years, again.
Good-looking athletes seem to have it all — fame, money and often plenty of admiring women. And there may be a good reason for it, a new study finds.