Team LeBron rides third quarter comeback to defeat Team Giannis, 178-164
Team Giannis' Stephen Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, goes up for a reverse two-handed dunk, as Team LeBron's LeBron James, of the Los Angeles Lakers, looks on during the 2019 NBA All-Star 2019 game at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, N.C. on Sunday, February 17, 2019. (David T. Foster III/Charlotte Observer/TNS)
As Venezuela spirals downward, South America struggles to absorb its migrants and refugees
People from Venezuela stands in line for lunch in Bucaramanga, Colombia, February 7, 2018. (Natalia Ortiz Mantilla/DPA/Abaca Press/TNS)
March magic: Nebraska’s sandhill crane migration gives new meaning to ‘flyover country’
Lesser sandhill cranes over the Platte River near Kearney, Neb., March 29, 2013. (E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Rare mega storm could overwhelm LA-area dam and flood dozens of cities, experts say
Two horse riders ride in the shadow of Whittier Narrows Dam on Jan. 4, 2019. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has determined that the aging Whittier Narrows Dam could fail in the event of heavy rains, placing 1.25 million people in 25 working-class, mostly Latino communities downstream at risk of catastrophic flooding. Federal flood depth estimates recently published for the first time suggest that hardest hit communities include Pico Rivera, which could be inundated with water 20 feet deep. Downey and Hawaiian Gardens would be under 15 feet of water. (Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
How a Southern California matron used her wits and wealth to create Joshua Tree National Park
Cholla cactus in the Cholla Garden in Pinto Basin area of Joshua Tree National Park, Calif., on November 20, 2018. (Brian van der Brug/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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