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  • Associated Press

    NASCAR driver, Mexican native Daniel Suarez celebrates becoming American citizen

    Daniel Suarez took an oath this week and became a United States citizen, then had a surprise confession from his mother — the Monterrey, Mexico native learned he almost was American at birth. Suarez’s parents flirted with the idea of heading to America ahead of his 1992 birth and having the future NASCAR star born in the U.S. One problem, the cost was too prohibitive so the idea was scrapped. “In Mexico, I don’t know expensive it was, but it was cheaper,” Suarez said, laughing.

  • CBC

    B.C. coroner's inquest recommends changes to strip search policy

    A B.C. Coroners Service inquest is recommending police change how they conduct strip searches after the death of a 23-year-old woman. Jaime Diane Hope died of a methamphetamine overdose in a police holding cell on April 14, 2019, after being arrested by RCMP in Dawson Creek, about 1,190 kilometres northeast of Vancouver.The inquest into Hope's death ended Friday at the Dawson Creek Law Courts. Coroner's inquests are mandatory in B.C. when a person dies while detained or in police custody. In a v

  • People

    “Pretty in Pink”’s Andrew McCarthy ‘Didn't Quite Get’ the Love for the 1986 Film: ‘It Just Sort of Escaped Me’ (Exclusive)

    “I finally got it years later, but at the time, I didn't think it was very interesting,” McCarthy tells PEOPLE