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Jackson, Miss., water crisis continues, two weeks after storm
Thousands of residents in Jackson, Miss. have been without running water for two weeks and the city is under a boil advisory because of damage caused by a winter storm that swept through the region.
Sean Hannity: Democrats 'trying to buy time hoping' Cuomo sex harassment allegations go away
Most Democrats have kept quiet in response to sexual misconduct allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and "Hannity" host Sean Hannity argued Tuesday it’s because they can't use the claims against the GOP.
This Day in History: March 3
"The Star-Spangled Banner" becomes the national anthem of the United States as President Herbert Hoover signs a congressional resolution. Motorist Rodney King is severely beaten by Los Angeles police officers in a scene captured on amateur video.
DeBlasio seizes on scandals to pounce on Cuomo
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have a famously bad relationship.
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Tucker calls for preserving legacy of Dr. Seuss: 'If we lose this battle, America is lost'
The decision to halt publication of six books by famed children's author Dr. Seuss will "have consequences that extend for generations," Tucker Carlson warned Tuesday, telling viewers that "if we lose this battle, America is lost."
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Gina Carano’s 'Mandalorian' co-star Bill Burr addresses her firing
Carano was fired from the Disney+ series after posting controversial content on social media.
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Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine morally wrong? Catholic bishops caution just that
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is urging people to seek alternatives to coronavirus vaccine produced by Janssen, a company of Johnson & Johnson, arguing that the product raises additional moral concerns through its connection to aborted fetal cells.
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Kim Kardashian responds after she’s hilariously trolled by hairstylist for falling asleep during appointment
The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star's hairstylist put her on the spot after she fell asleep during her hair appointment.
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Restaurants are reportedly being hurt by refund request scams
A Korean restaurant beloved by influencers and Angelinos has allegedly gone out of business due to fraudulent refund requests from customers who received their food.
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North Carolina students aren’t doing well amid pandemic, falling behind in math and science
End-of-course exam results in North Carolina show that high schoolers across the state have declined rapidly in math and science amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to the News & Observer. 
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Tourism groups in Thailand petition to reopen country to international travelers on July 1
On Tuesday, tourist groups in Thailand launched the #OpenThailandSafely campaign, asking the government to open the country to vaccinated travelers without a quarantine requirement.
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Biden won White House with ‘put your dumb uncle in the basement’ strategy, new book says
President Biden won the White House because the coronavirus let him stay hidden in his basement, protecting his campaign from its biggest liability — the candidate himself, a new book says.
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Emotional Lawrence Jones discusses impact of remote learning on minority kids: 'I see myself in those stats'
An emotional Lawrence Jones made a personal plea to reopen the country's shuttered schools on Tuesday, citing troubling statistics outlining the toll remote learning has taken on minority communities and telling viewers, "I see myself in those stats."
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Kathryn Limbaugh gives update after late husband Rush Limbaugh laid to rest
Kathryn Limbaugh, the widow of conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh, is speaking out about the funeral that was held in her husband's honor and her future plans.
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Twins newcomer Happ back on mound after positive virus test
Eager for a fresh start with a new team, J.A. Happ needed to slow down before throwing a single pitch for the Minnesota Twins.
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Arihara's spring debut for Rangers is 2 shortened innings
New Texas Rangers right-hander Kohei Arihara struck out two and allowed five hits while facing 11 batters in two shortened innings in his spring training debut.
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Democratic New York lawmaker calls on Cuomo to resign 'for the good of the state'
Democrat New York State Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara called on  Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign Tuesday after three women accused him of sexual harassment and making inappropriate advances. 
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Red states abandon mask mandates, Biden says: 'Now is not the time to let up'
President Biden warned against the continued threat of the coronavirus Tuesday, just hours after Republican-controlled states announced a reversal on COVID safety policies.
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Creighton coach McDermott apologizes for 'plantation' remark
Creighton coach Greg McDermott apologized Tuesday for urging his players to “stay on the plantation” in a postgame locker room talk following a loss over the weekend.
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Trump endorses South Carolina's Tim Scott
Former President Trump endorsed Sen. Tim Scott’s, R-S.C., bid for reelection Wednesday. 
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California deputies find loaded pipe bomb, homemade gun at elementary school
A pipe bomb and zip gun loaded with a 12-gauge shotgun shell were discovered in front of an elementary school Tuesday morning just as children were about to arrive, according to the county sheriff’s office.
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Blake Shelton recalls Gwen Stefani proposal: 'It's kind of a blur'
Blake Shelton is recalling the moment he proposed to Gwen Stefani and revealed that her oldest son, Kingston, was right by their side.
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Clyburn says Senate filibuster denies civil rights: 'People of color will not be quiet on this issue'
Rep. Jim Clyburn, a powerful House Democrat from South Carolina, lashed out against the Senate filibuster Tuesday as an obstacle to civil rights and said people of color will not stand by and let archaic rules deny progress on raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. 
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New York Times columnist blasted for claim Biden accuser Tara Reade's statements 'full of inconsistencies'
New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg attempted to summarize Monday why Democrats are not overwhelmingly calling for the resignation of Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo amid a pair of scandals. 
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Biden withdrawing nomination of Neera Tanden to be OMB Director
President Biden Tuesday said he is withdrawing the nominatino of Neera Tanden to be director of the Office of Management and Budget.
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Psaki pressed on whether Biden admin taking credit for Trump accomplishments on vaccine partnership
White House press secretary Jen Psaki was pressed about the Biden administration's taking credit for a partnership between Johnson & Johnson and Merck.
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Hunting with Kristi Noem: South Dakota governor says sport 'keeps me grounded'
After receiving national attention by posting a video of herself pheasant hunting in September, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is back at it, shrugging off her critics as she returns to the fields to connect to her childhood roots.
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Biden directs states to prioritize educators in vaccine rollouts as he aims to reopen schools
President Biden on Tuesday announced a new effort to vaccinate educators and childcare workers as a means to accelerate the safe reopening of schools.
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Leo Terrell on Dr. Seuss controversy: 'What those books reflected was a sign of the times'
Tuesday's announcement that Dr. Seuss Enterprises would shelve six of the author’s books -- including "And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street" and "If I Ran the Zoo" -- is "wrong," civil rights attorney Leo Terrell told "The Story."
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Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs considering Senate run against Democrat Mark Kelly
Arizona Republican Rep. Andy Biggs is mulling a Senate run against newly-appointed Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly. 
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