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While Wall Street works to contain the biggest American bank failure since the 2008 financial meltdown, founders of startups who are people of color worry it could become even harder to secure financial support. Silicon Valley Bank opened its doors to such entrepreneurs, offering opportunities to form crucial relationships in the technology and financial communities that had been out of reach within larger financial institutions. They say the bank's swift demise also reflects the perilous journey people of color face while navigating industries that have been rife with racism and discrimination.

Tourists hoping to see world-famous waterfalls on the Havasupai Tribe Reservation in northern Arizona instead went through harrowing flood evacuations. The official Havasupai Tribe Tourism Facebook page reported Friday that flooding had washed away a bridge to the campground. The campground is in a lower-lying area than the village of Supai. But floodwaters were starting to recede as of Saturday morning, according to the tribe’s Facebook post. Visitors with the proper permits will be allowed to hike to the village and campground. They will be met with tribal guides who will help them navigate around creek waters on a back trail to get to the campground.

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As the U.S. barrels toward the next presidential election, the election conspiracy movement that mushroomed after the last one shows no signs of slowing down. Millions of Americans have been convinced that any election in which their preferred candidate loses has been somehow rigged against them, a belief that has fed efforts among conservatives to ditch voting machines and to halt or delay certification of election results. The deep distrust about elections is fueled by former President Donald Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was stolen and by allies who have been traveling the country holding community forums.

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Mysterious streaks of light were seen in the sky in the Sacramento area Friday night, shocking St. Patrick’s Day revelers who then posted videos on social media of the surprising sight. Jonathan McDowell says he can solve the mystery. McDowell is an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. McDowell said Saturday he’s 99.9% confident the streaks of light were from burning space debris. He identified the debris as a Japanese communications package that became obsolete and was jettisoned from the International Space Station in 2020 because it was taking up valuable space and would burn up completely upon reentry.