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As the saying goes, KISS. I finally thought of going into System Language settings from the Menu. It was set on the very first choice, which looks like an African language. I was able to choose English for US.
I'm so used to doing things by CLI that I don't think about the GUI tools much.
Locale was showing everything but the US locale for some reason.