What it was like to produce the Clinton and Trump debate live en Español

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The millions of Spanish-speaking Americans who caught the presidential debate last night on Univision are familiar with the voice of Vicente de la Vega. He's been interpreting Trump for weeks.

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In Nigeria, many stayed up late for the drama, not the content of the US presidential debate

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One Nigerian is surprised by what seems "debate-worthy" in the US presidential election.

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There's a simple reason why it took so long for televised debates to become part of British politics

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And it has nothing to do with how sassy the candidates are.

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French Chablis makers can't take another tiny harvest. So they're bringing in anti-hail cannons

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The harvest is underway in the vineyards of Burgundy, and winemakers are about to find out the full extent of the damage from last spring's storms.

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Families are divided over Colombia's peace vote

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Colombians vote this weekend on whether to approve a deal that would end 52 years of guerrilla war. The referendum is diving families, like that of reporter Luis Gallo.

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This easy maneuver, borrowed from the Dutch, could be life-saving for cyclists

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The next time you open your car door, trying using your right hand. It's how people in the Netherlands do it. And if one cyclist in Boston has his way, the entire US will soon be using the "Dutch Reach."

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Colombian government and FARC leaders sign a historic peace deal

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The peace accord will end a half-century-long civil war that has killed hundreds of thousands of people.

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Ticker, ticker, on the wall...

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Markets as electoral crystal balls: They can be surprisingly accurate.

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Millennials like city homes but not the high prices

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Rising city home prices rises force some younger people to the suburbs.

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Don't call National Geographic 'stodgy'

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National Geographic Editor-in-Chief Susan Goldberg talks about why this is the best time for visual storytelling.

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Elon Musk told us about his Mars plan 5 years ago

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He compared the transition to "multiplanetary species" to fundamental stages in evolution.

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Elon Musk wants us to form a civilization on Mars

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What, like it's hard?

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Anyone who shares religious satire on Facebook should care about this murder in Jordan

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Here are some initial reflections on a matter that demands further thought.

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Trump versus Clinton on corporate taxes

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Revenue? Yes. Jobs? Not so much.

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There wasn't much talk of the minimum wage last night

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But low-wage workers are in some of the toughest spots.

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