A man holds a girl as they pose for a photo in front of a large mural depicting Chinese President Xi Jinping, bottom center, and other Chinese leaders at a public square at the base of the Potala Palace in Lhasa in western China's Tibet Autonomous Region on June 1, 2021. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has made a rare visit to Tibet as authorities tighten controls over the Himalayan region’s traditional Buddhist culture, accompanied by an accelerated drive for economic development and modernized infrastructure. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

China’s Xi visits Tibet amid rising controls over religion

China’s Xi visits Tibet amid rising controls over religion

A man holds a girl as they pose for a photo in front of a large mural depicting Chinese President Xi Jinping, bottom center, and other Chinese leaders at a public square at the base of the Potala Palace in Lhasa in western China's Tibet Autonomous Region on June 1, 2021. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has made a rare visit to Tibet as authorities tighten controls over the Himalayan region’s traditional Buddhist culture, accompanied by an accelerated drive for economic development and modernized infrastructure. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

US extends expiration dates on J&J COVID vaccine to 6 months

US extends expiration dates on J&J COVID vaccine to 6 months

FILE - In this Wednesday, March 31, 2021 file photo, traffic flows along Interstate 90 highway as a Metra suburban commuter train moves along an elevated track in Chicago. Because of quality concerns caused by the pandemic, data from one of the Census Bureau's most comprehensive surveys, providing a wide-ranging picture of the U.S. annually on everything from commute times to education levels, won't be released in its usual format this year, officials said Thursday, July 29. (AP Photo/Shafkat Anowar, File)

Because of virus, survey detailing American life is cut back

Because of virus, survey detailing American life is cut back

FILE - In this Wednesday, March 31, 2021 file photo, traffic flows along Interstate 90 highway as a Metra suburban commuter train moves along an elevated track in Chicago. Because of quality concerns caused by the pandemic, data from one of the Census Bureau's most comprehensive surveys, providing a wide-ranging picture of the U.S. annually on everything from commute times to education levels, won't be released in its usual format this year, officials said Thursday, July 29. (AP Photo/Shafkat Anowar, File)
A visitor walks in the garden during a guided tour of Roberto Burle Marx’s former home, which was elected today as a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, July 27, 2021. The site features more than 3,500 species of plants native to Rio and is considered a laboratory for botanical and landscape experimentation. (AP Photo/Bruna Prado)

Brazil landscape garden earns UNESCO world heritage status

Brazil landscape garden earns UNESCO world heritage status

A visitor walks in the garden during a guided tour of Roberto Burle Marx’s former home, which was elected today as a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, July 27, 2021. The site features more than 3,500 species of plants native to Rio and is considered a laboratory for botanical and landscape experimentation. (AP Photo/Bruna Prado)
Ayisat Idris-Hosch stands at the Farmer Street Cemetery, a historic slave cemetery, in Newnan, Ga., on Monday, July 26, 2021, before a protest against a new skate park that is being built adjacent to the cemetery. Idris-Hosch said the city did not seek sufficient community input before beginning the project. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)

Black leaders rally to preserve cemetery next to skate park

Black leaders rally to preserve cemetery next to skate park

Ayisat Idris-Hosch stands at the Farmer Street Cemetery, a historic slave cemetery, in Newnan, Ga., on Monday, July 26, 2021, before a protest against a new skate park that is being built adjacent to the cemetery. Idris-Hosch said the city did not seek sufficient community input before beginning the project. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)
This June 30 2021 photo shows a century-old siren in Minden, Nev. Efforts to silence the century-old siren that blares every night at 6 p.m. are sparking debates over how to confront the region's history of racism and violence. The Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California associates the siren with a historic "sundown ordinance" that once made it illegal for them to be in Minden and neighboring Gardnerville after nightfall. Residents of the mostly white town defend it as a tradition that marks time and honors first responders. (AP Photo/Sam Metz)

Former Nevada ‘sundown town’ stands by siren amid reckoning

Former Nevada ‘sundown town’ stands by siren amid reckoning

This June 30 2021 photo shows a century-old siren in Minden, Nev. Efforts to silence the century-old siren that blares every night at 6 p.m. are sparking debates over how to confront the region's history of racism and violence. The Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California associates the siren with a historic "sundown ordinance" that once made it illegal for them to be in Minden and neighboring Gardnerville after nightfall. Residents of the mostly white town defend it as a tradition that marks time and honors first responders. (AP Photo/Sam Metz)
This July 2021 photo provided by Preston Browning shows him at the Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn. Browning, 20, of Ridgetop, Tenn., who is recovering from cancer surgery, quit smoking with help from Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center. He says cancer is "the biggest reason I've ever had in my life to quit." (Courtesy Preston Browning via AP)

Never too late: Cancer centers push patients to quit smoking

Never too late: Cancer centers push patients to quit smoking

This July 2021 photo provided by Preston Browning shows him at the Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn. Browning, 20, of Ridgetop, Tenn., who is recovering from cancer surgery, quit smoking with help from Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center. He says cancer is "the biggest reason I've ever had in my life to quit." (Courtesy Preston Browning via AP)
FILE - In this March 17, 2020 file photo, a commuter sits in an otherwise empty car as he waits for the 7:58 p.m. train to Hudson to leave Grand Central Terminal, in New York. The eruption of COVID-19 across the United States last year caused the proportion of people working from home to nearly double, with the shift most pronounced among college graduates and workers in such fields as finance and professional services. The share of employed people working from home rose shot up from just 22% in 2019 to 42% in 2020. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Virus’s impact: More relaxing and thinking, less socializing

Virus’s impact: More relaxing and thinking, less socializing

FILE - In this March 17, 2020 file photo, a commuter sits in an otherwise empty car as he waits for the 7:58 p.m. train to Hudson to leave Grand Central Terminal, in New York. The eruption of COVID-19 across the United States last year caused the proportion of people working from home to nearly double, with the shift most pronounced among college graduates and workers in such fields as finance and professional services. The share of employed people working from home rose shot up from just 22% in 2019 to 42% in 2020. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
FILE - In this Jan. 19, 1999, file photo, is a street scene in Mendocino, Calif. A Northern California coastal town popular with tourists is running out of water after two years of critically low rainfall during a drought in the U.S. West, forcing residents and business owners to truck in water from elsewhere. The 170-year-old hamlet known for its beaches, cliffside trails and redwood forests, relies on mostly shallow, rain-dependent aquifers, and many of the wells are running low or have dried up, the Press Democrat reported Thursday, July 22, 2021. (Robert Durell/Los Angeles Times via AP, File)

After little rain, California tourist town runs low on water

After little rain, California tourist town runs low on water

FILE - In this Jan. 19, 1999, file photo, is a street scene in Mendocino, Calif. A Northern California coastal town popular with tourists is running out of water after two years of critically low rainfall during a drought in the U.S. West, forcing residents and business owners to truck in water from elsewhere. The 170-year-old hamlet known for its beaches, cliffside trails and redwood forests, relies on mostly shallow, rain-dependent aquifers, and many of the wells are running low or have dried up, the Press Democrat reported Thursday, July 22, 2021. (Robert Durell/Los Angeles Times via AP, File)
In this 1910s photo provided by the United Church of Canada Archives, students write on a chalkboard at the Red Deer Indian Industrial School in Alberta. In Canada, where more than 150,000 Indigenous children attended residential schools over more than a century, a National Truth and Reconciliation Commission identified 3,201 deaths amid poor conditions. (United Church of Canada Archives via AP)

US churches reckon with traumatic legacy of Native schools

US churches reckon with traumatic legacy of Native schools

In this 1910s photo provided by the United Church of Canada Archives, students write on a chalkboard at the Red Deer Indian Industrial School in Alberta. In Canada, where more than 150,000 Indigenous children attended residential schools over more than a century, a National Truth and Reconciliation Commission identified 3,201 deaths amid poor conditions. (United Church of Canada Archives via AP)
FILE - In this June 5, 2021 file photo, "No Big Ships" activists stage a protest as the MSC Orchestra cruise ship leaves Venice, Italy. UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee is debating Thursday, July 22, 2021, whether Venice and its lagoon environment will be designated a world heritage site in danger due to the impact of over-tourism alongside the steady decline in population and poor governance. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni, file)

Venice avoids designation as UNESCO heritage site in danger

Venice avoids designation as UNESCO heritage site in danger

FILE - In this June 5, 2021 file photo, "No Big Ships" activists stage a protest as the MSC Orchestra cruise ship leaves Venice, Italy. UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee is debating Thursday, July 22, 2021, whether Venice and its lagoon environment will be designated a world heritage site in danger due to the impact of over-tourism alongside the steady decline in population and poor governance. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni, file)

How to be a frugal traveler and still have fun

How to be a frugal traveler and still have fun

A dispenser for hand sanitizer is shown in Old Montreal, Sunday, July 18 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. As Canada's demand for COVID-19 vaccines drops, experts say those waiting to see whether cases start rising before getting their first or second jabs will be wasting time the body needs to build immunity. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

Vaccine complacency, tossed doses: Experts say some Canadians mistaking COVID-19 risk

Vaccine complacency, tossed doses: Experts say some Canadians mistaking COVID-19 risk

A dispenser for hand sanitizer is shown in Old Montreal, Sunday, July 18 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. As Canada's demand for COVID-19 vaccines drops, experts say those waiting to see whether cases start rising before getting their first or second jabs will be wasting time the body needs to build immunity. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
Visitors enjoy the view from the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Friday, July 16, 2021. The Eiffel Tower is reopening Friday for the first time in nine months, just as France faces new virus rules aimed at taming the fast-spreading delta variant. The "Iron Lady" was ordered shut in October as France battled its second surge of the virus. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

France requires COVID-19 pass for Eiffel Tower, other sites

France requires COVID-19 pass for Eiffel Tower, other sites

Visitors enjoy the view from the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Friday, July 16, 2021. The Eiffel Tower is reopening Friday for the first time in nine months, just as France faces new virus rules aimed at taming the fast-spreading delta variant. The "Iron Lady" was ordered shut in October as France battled its second surge of the virus. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
Farmer Brian Jones attaches milking equipment to dairy goats, May 13, 2021, at Joneslan Farm in Hyde Park, Vt. The farm sold its dairy cows and switched to goats, delivering its first goat milk in February to Vermont Creamery owned by Land O' Lakes for cheese-making. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)

Family farm swaps cows for goats amid changed dairy industry

Family farm swaps cows for goats amid changed dairy industry

Farmer Brian Jones attaches milking equipment to dairy goats, May 13, 2021, at Joneslan Farm in Hyde Park, Vt. The farm sold its dairy cows and switched to goats, delivering its first goat milk in February to Vermont Creamery owned by Land O' Lakes for cheese-making. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)
Chemotherapy is administered to a cancer patient via intravenous drip in Durham, N.C., on September 5, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Gerry Broome

Montreal doctors use ‘heated chemotherapy’ on three-year-old with sarcoma

Montreal doctors use ‘heated chemotherapy’ on three-year-old with sarcoma

Chemotherapy is administered to a cancer patient via intravenous drip in Durham, N.C., on September 5, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Gerry Broome
Muslims pray inside a mosque during an Eid al-Adha prayer in Lhokseumawe, Aceh province, Indonesia, Tuesday, July 20, 2021. Muslims across Indonesia marked a grim Eid al-Adha festival for a second year Tuesday as the country struggles to cope with a devastating new wave of coronavirus cases and the government has banned large gatherings and toughened travel restrictions. (AP Photo/Zik Maulana)

Muslims mark Eid al-Adha holiday in pandemic’s shadow

Muslims mark Eid al-Adha holiday in pandemic’s shadow

Muslims pray inside a mosque during an Eid al-Adha prayer in Lhokseumawe, Aceh province, Indonesia, Tuesday, July 20, 2021. Muslims across Indonesia marked a grim Eid al-Adha festival for a second year Tuesday as the country struggles to cope with a devastating new wave of coronavirus cases and the government has banned large gatherings and toughened travel restrictions. (AP Photo/Zik Maulana)
In this April 18, 2021, photo provided by the Rev. Cedric Prakash, priests pray over the body of the late Rev. Jerry Sequeira before his cremation in Ahmedabad, India. Sequeira is one of more than 500 Catholic priests and nuns who have died from COVID-19 in India according to the Rev. Suresh Mathew, a priest at Holy Redeemer's Church in New Delhi and the editor of the church-run Indian Currents magazine. (Cedric Prakash via AP)

COVID-19 takes toll on Catholic clergy in hard-hit countries

COVID-19 takes toll on Catholic clergy in hard-hit countries

In this April 18, 2021, photo provided by the Rev. Cedric Prakash, priests pray over the body of the late Rev. Jerry Sequeira before his cremation in Ahmedabad, India. Sequeira is one of more than 500 Catholic priests and nuns who have died from COVID-19 in India according to the Rev. Suresh Mathew, a priest at Holy Redeemer's Church in New Delhi and the editor of the church-run Indian Currents magazine. (Cedric Prakash via AP)
Nancy Yao Maasbach, President of the Museum of Chinese in America, speaks during the press preview of "Responses: Asian American Voices Resisting the Tides of Racism" at the Museum of Chinese in America, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Chinatown museum re-opens with anti-Asian racism exhibit

Chinatown museum re-opens with anti-Asian racism exhibit

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Nancy Yao Maasbach, President of the Museum of Chinese in America, speaks during the press preview of "Responses: Asian American Voices Resisting the Tides of Racism" at the Museum of Chinese in America, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
FILE - This Jan. 29, 2010, file photo shows the company logo and view of Netflix headquarters in Los Gatos, Calif. Netflix has hired veteran video game executive Mike Verdu, signaling the video streaming service is poised to expand into another fertile field of entertainment. Verdu's addition as Netflix's vice president of game development, confirmed Thursday, July 15, 2021 comes as the company seeks to sustain the momentum it gathered last year when people turned to the video streaming service to get through lockdowns imposed during the pandemic. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

Video games coming to Netflix? Latest hiring offers a clue

Video games coming to Netflix? Latest hiring offers a clue

FILE - This Jan. 29, 2010, file photo shows the company logo and view of Netflix headquarters in Los Gatos, Calif. Netflix has hired veteran video game executive Mike Verdu, signaling the video streaming service is poised to expand into another fertile field of entertainment. Verdu's addition as Netflix's vice president of game development, confirmed Thursday, July 15, 2021 comes as the company seeks to sustain the momentum it gathered last year when people turned to the video streaming service to get through lockdowns imposed during the pandemic. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)