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Sam Gilliam, pioneering abstract artist, dies age 88
Sam Gilliam, the first Black artist to represent the US pavilion at the Venice Biennale, has died at the age of 88.
Crypto winter has had a chilling effect on Coinbase and Robinhood
The prices of bitcoin and other top cryptocurrencies have been more than cut in half this year. Now the great crypto crash of 2022 is crushing leading digital asset brokerage firms Coinbase and Robinhood too.
Biden calls deaths of migrants in San Antonio 'horrifying and heartbreaking,' denounces 'political grandstanding around tragedy'
President Joe Biden said Tuesday the discovery of at least 50 dead migrants in a truck in Texas is "horrifying and heartbreaking" and underscores the need to go after criminal trafficking rings.
HHS secretary pledges to protect access to reproductive health care
US Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra announced multiple steps to protect access to reproductive health care in a news conference on Tuesday.
An indicted election denier is aiming for Colorado's top elections post
Tina Peters, the Mesa County clerk and Colorado's most prominent voter fraud conspiracy theorist, is vying for the GOP nomination for secretary of state in Tuesday's primary.
A month after getting shot in the face, the grandmother of the Uvalde school shooter is released from a hospital
A grandmother who was shot by her grandson before he killed 21 people at a Texas elementary school has been released from a hospital.
'Time has come for action': Teams rally around Hamilton after Piquet levels racist slur against F1 driver
Formula One, Mercedes and the FIA have condemned former F1 driver Nelson Piquet for using a racial slur against British driver Lewis Hamilton.
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Tom Hanks admits doubts over 'Forrest Gump' bus bench scenes
Tom Hanks has revealed how he didn't think the iconic bus bench scenes in smash hit movie "Forrest Gump" would make it into the final cut.
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Overturning of Roe has 'significant implications' for Defense Department, but won't affect health care access for covered abortions
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade will have "significant implications" for the Defense Department, the Pentagon said on Tuesday, but service members and other Defense Department health care beneficiaries will continue to have access to health care for covered abortions.
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Opinion: 'Show them our pecs!' The G7 'boys club' is back
For the first time in 16 years, the G7 summit, the gathering of leaders of some of the planet's seven wealthiest democracies, doesn't have a single nationally elected woman among the principals, writes Frida Ghitis.
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White House press secretary says using federal lands for abortion services would have 'dangerous ramifications'
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Tuesday that using federal lands for abortion services would have "dangerous ramifications," rejecting calls from several Democratic lawmakers for President Joe Biden to allow abortion providers to work from federal property in states where the procedure is banned.
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Consumers are feeling less confident about the US economy as prices keep rising
Americans' economic outlooks continue to sour in the face of high prices and rising recession risks, according to new data released Tuesday.
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US unveils new Russia sanctions, implements ban on new imports of Russian gold
The United States government took a slew of actions against Russia on Tuesday, sanctioning those whom it says support Russia's defense industrial base, designating Russian military units for human rights abuses in Ukraine and implementing a ban on new imports of Russian gold.
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Italian tourism boss suggests stopping watch theft with cheap alternative
A tourism chief in Naples has come up with a unique solution for any visitors worried about theft in the southern Italian city, after reports the French actor Daniel Auteuil recently had his luxury watch stolen in the area.
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The whispers of Hillary Clinton 2024 have started
In the immediate aftermath of the Supreme Court's monumental decision to overturn Roe v Wade, conservative writer John Ellis took to the internet to make a provocative case: It was time for Hillary Clinton to make a(nother) political comeback.
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101-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard sentenced to five years for Holocaust atrocities
A 101-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard has been sentenced to five years in prison by a German court for aiding and abetting the murder of 3,518 people during the Holocaust.
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Nick Cannon says he's 'failed miserably' at monogamy
Nick Cannon is "a hopeless romantic."
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Analysts accuse Bed Bath & Beyond of turning off AC in stores to save money as sales plummet
Retailers typically want their sales numbers to be red hot, not their customers. But Bed Bath & Beyond is reportedly dealing with cooled momentum and heated customers at its stores.
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The electric Cadillac Lyriq is the company's best SUV yet
General Motors has said that Cadillac, its luxury brand, will lead the automaker into the electric future. It will be the first GM brand to go all-electric and its first EV model is the Cadillac Lyriq, a crossover SUV that's one of the best Cadillacs I've driven in a long time.
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Why aren't baby formula stock rates getting better?
Dozens of international flights loaded with baby formula have already come into the United States, but formula stock rates are not improving. Experts say it will take at least another couple months for this to change, as both supply levels and consumers' perspectives level out.
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'Only Murders in the Building' doesn't miss a beat in getting back on the case
Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez don't miss a beat in getting back on the case in the second season of the Hulu series.
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Johnny Depp's rep shuts down talk of 'Pirates' return
Don't look for Johnny Depp to return as Jack Sparrow anytime soon.
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Elmo just got his Covid-19 vaccine
Elmo received the Covid-19 vaccine for children under 5 in a PSA from Sesame Workshop.
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Subway restaurant worker killed after dispute over mayo, police say
An employee at a Subway restaurant in Atlanta was shot and killed Sunday after a customer got upset about a condiment on his sandwich, Atlanta Police said.
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The UK government has taken a stake in a sex party startup
British taxpayers now officially hold shares in a company that throws sex parties.
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Russia's last default sparked a crisis. This time is different
This week, Russia defaulted on its foreign debt for the first time since the Bolshevik revolution after it failed to pay interest on two bonds during a 30-day grace period that expired Sunday.
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CVS and Rite Aid limiting purchases of emergency contraception
Some large drug store chains are limiting purchases of emergency contraception to three pills per customer, company representatives confirmed to CNN.
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Top accounting firm fined $100 million after employees cheated on CPA exams
Ernst & Young has been slapped with a record $100 million fine from the US government after regulators discovered that the company knew some of its auditors were cheating on exams for several years and did nothing to stop it.
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Illinois, Colorado, New York and more states hold elections
Five states are holding primary elections on Tuesday: Illinois, Colorado, Oklahoma, New York and Utah. There will also be runoff elections in Mississippi and South Carolina and a special election in Nebraska. Follow here for results and live news updates.
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Four takeaways from Biden's trip to the G7
President Joe Biden departed the first of his two summits in Europe this week committing with other top world leaders to back Ukraine in its war against Russia "for as long as it takes."
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