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Caroline “Taz Gallardo dodges a leg kick to strike Camila Rivarola in their recent Combate Global women's bout in Miami.  (Scott Hirano/Combate Global)

Combate Global Set To Be Most-Watched MMA Brand In North America

Behind soccer, MMA is the most watched sport by Hispanic Americans -- and its reach and cultural power is growing fast. The post Combate...

Martha Sepúlveda, pictured with her son, Federico Redondo Sepúlveda, died by euthanasia on Jan. 8 after a long legal battle. Sepúlveda had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) disease for almost three years. (Family photo)

Woman Dies By Euthanasia After Hard-Fought Legal Battle

The 51-year-old Colombian suffered from ALS disease. The post Woman Dies By Euthanasia After Hard-Fought Legal Battle appeared first on...

A mummy of the Ansilta people of the Andes Mountains had head lice that cemented nits to hair, encasing DNA that offers clues about human migration 1,500 to 2,000 years ago. (Courtesy San Juan National University, Argentina)

Nitty Gritty On Our Ancestors: How Scientists Are Recovering Human DNA From 2,000-Year-Old Head Lice

New study uses “Jurassic Park” techniques to examine human skin cells found in mummified creepy crawlies. The post Nitty Gritty On...

An artist's reconstruction of the appearance of the new species of armored dinosaur, Stegouros elengassen, found in the Rio de las Chinas valley in Chilean Patagonia. (Luis Perez Lopez/Zenger)

Dino-Sword: New Species Of Dinosaur With Vicious Sting In The Tail

Scientists unearth an armored beast that had a thrashing tale with a deadly, sharp-edged club on the end. The post Dino-Sword: New...

Chilean women march demanding their rights on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2021, in Santiago, Chile. (Photo by Marcelo Hernandez/Getty Images)

Women Face Systemic Inequality In Chile 

Credit is more expensive for women, despite claims of social progress.  The post Women Face Systemic Inequality In Chile  appeared...

A member of the FARC protects a road close to Bogotá, Sumapaz, Colombia, on March 7, 2002. The Peace Agreement with these guerilla fighters was signed on November 24, 2016, but Colombians have not forgotten the pain of years of kidnapping and rapes by the armed outfit formed in 1964. (Photo by Carlos Villalon/Getty Images)

FARC’s Kidnap Victims’ Wounds Are Still Open 5 Years After Peace Agreement

Rapes, forced conscription, disappearances, and other terrors left their mark on the victims of the Colombian rebel group.  The post...

A migrant mother waits to ask for asylum in the U.S. on June 21, 2018, in Tijuana, Mexico. Under the Trump Administration's zero tolerance immigration policy, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said domestic and gang violence in immigrants' country of origin would no longer qualify them for political asylum status. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Victims Of Domestic Violence Still Struggle To Get Asylum

Trump-era policies have been reversed, but major barriers to women finding protection in the United States remain. The post Victims Of...

Hugo “The Hooligan” Flores (left), Enrique “Baby Bull” Gonzalez and Ignacio “La Jaula” Bahamondes prepare to leave Chicago for tonight's Combate Global eight-man tournament in Miami. (Enrique Gonzalez Facebook)

Friends Could Become Enemies In Combate Global’s 8-Man Tourney

Roommates and training partners might meet in finals of tonight's MMA tilt between the USA and Mexico. The post Friends Could Become...