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With Ceremony At The Vatican, Wilton Gregory Becomes 1st Black American Cardinal
Wilton Gregory, the archbishop of Washington, D.C., is among 13 church leaders elevated to cardinal at a ceremony at the Vatican on Saturday.
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Iran Vows Retaliation In 'Proper Time' For Nuclear Scientist's Killing
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani blamed Israel for the ambush that left Mohsen Fakhrizadeh and several other people dead Friday. Without offering specifics, he threatened a reprisal.
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Germany Passes 1 Million Coronavirus Cases, As Merkel Warns Of 'A Tough Winter'
With the daily number of new infections hovering around 20,000, Chancellor Angel Merkel warned Germans this week that her government may move to extend restrictions into the new year.
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COVID-19 Hits Hard For South Louisiana's Cajun Musicians
Cajun life is all about getting together to be with people to celebrate what you love: music, food and camaraderie. But the pandemic has shut that life down.
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A Black Friday With Masked Shoppers And Booming Online Sales
Shoppers encountered temperature checks and mall Santas behind plexiglas shields. But online sales may have stolen the show.
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Pandemic Renews Debate Over Drivers Licenses for Undocumented Workers
Undocumented workers in some states must choose between driving illegally and risking exposure to the virus by sharing rides.
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North Korea Executed Coronavirus Rule-Breaker, Says South Korean Intelligence
South Korean lawmakers say intelligence officials briefed them on the North's tough pandemic rules, including a Pyongyang lockdown and an execution of an official caught breaking restrictions.
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Top Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated, State Media Reports
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed by machine gun fire and explosives close to Tehran, according to Iranian state media. No one has claimed responsibility.
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A Garden Is The Frontline In The Fight Against Racial Inequality And Disease
North Minneapolis's mostly minority community lost its only grocery store this summer. It's a neighborhood grappling with heart disease, obesity and COVID-19. A Garden may help.
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Wait, Wait, Don't Inaugurate: Why The U.S. Takes So Long To Change Presidents
How is it that the Brits can have a newly elected prime minister meeting with the queen to form a new government within a day or two, but Americans need 10 or 11 weeks to install a new crew?
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Australian Professor Returns Home Following 2-Year Imprisonment In Iran
Kylie Moore Gilbert, an Australian professor, was arrested in Iran in 2018 and later received a 10-year prison sentence for espionage, charges which she vehemently denies.
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