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Psaki has nothing to say on whether Biden will extend 100-day mask challenge
With just over 50 percent of Americans who have received at least one vaccine, press secretary Jen Psaki punted a question on whether the White House would extend its call for Americans to mask up beyond 100 days.
How Prince Philip played a 'crucial' role in preparing Prince William as future king: royal expert
For years, prior to his death on April 9 at age 99, Prince Philip was instrumental in shaping William for the rigors that come with ruling over a nation – a position Queen Elizabeth II has held for 69 years since she took the throne on Feb. 6, 1952.
Pence hits Dems over border crisis, touts Trump's success stemming illegal immigration
Former Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday hit President Biden and Democrats for the escalating crisis at the southern border, while touting the Trump administration’s reduction of illegal immigration -- saying Biden inherited "the most secure southern border in American history."
Rep. Biggs requests answers about migrants housed in Arizona hotels
Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., is calling for answers from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after reports that hundreds of migrants are being housed in hotels in states like Arizona.
Unlock the cage: Fight promotion returns after year break
Anthony Pettis could have kept fighting in UFC or considered other mixed martial arts promotions where the potential of a championship fight might be years down the road -- if it developed at all.
Viewers flee CNN during Jim Acosta’s new weekend show as network’s ratings suffer
CNN's viewership is suffering three weeks into the experiment of giving former White House correspondent Jim Acosta weekend anchor duties.
Greta Thunberg tells House panel fossil fuel subsidies are a 'disgrace'
Greta Thunberg, 18-year-old Swedish climate activist, called fossil fuel subsidies a "disgrace" before a House committee hearing on Thursday.
New York police, protesters clash over tent encampment eviction in front of police station
Police in Albany, N.Y., on Thursday notified protesters camped outside a police station for nearly a week that they must end their "unlawful occupation."
NCAA tweaks college football OT format to shorten games
College football teams will have to go for 2 after touchdowns starting with the second overtime possession, and beginning in the third round each team will get one play to score from the 3-yard line.
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House Republicans demand answers from VP Harris on 'politically motivated' border decision
EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans are demanding answers from Vice President Kamala Harris on whether a facility for migrant children in Florida has not been activated because of the Democrat's personal politics. 
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Krispy Kreme’s 'Strawberry Glaze Craze' doughnuts are back by popular demand
Krispy Kreme is back at it again, but this time with a limited-time strawberry glaze.
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Republican states lambaste legal defects of Biden's 'radical' climate plan
Republican state attorneys general are taking issue with legal defects in President Biden's plan to reduce U.S. carbon emissions in half from 2005 levels by 2030.
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Murdered Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen deserves same respect as George Floyd, Biden must act, family says
A year after 20-year-old U.S. Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen was reported missing from Fort Hood in Texas, her family appealed to President Biden to join in their fight to end sexual violence in the military.
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Evans denied Baddoo, Pirates beat Tigers 4-2 with 2-run 8th
Phillip Evans kept Akil Baddoo's drive to left field in the park in the seventh inning to help Pittsburgh escape a jam, and the Pirates scored twice in the eighth to beat the Detroit Tigers 4-2 on Thursday.
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Sherri Shepherd celebrates her 54th birthday after losing 20 lbs. in one year: 'I'm strong, intelligent, sexy'
The Emmy-winner revealed her workout routine consisted of walking three miles four times a week, doing Zumba in her backyard, and boxing
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LeBron James says NBA is 'better off when the Knicks are winning'
Behind 40 points and 10 rebounds from Julius Randle, the New York Knicks rolled to a 137-127 overtime victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night.
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Berkeley mayor: Defunding the police is 'reimagining public safety'
Berkeley, California, Mayor Jesse Arreguín, D., defended his city's recent decision to strip the police department of 12 percent of its budget during an interview with CNN Thursday by giving defunding the police a new name, calling it the "reimagining" of "public safety."
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CNN's Keilar refers to girl attacked by Ma'Khia Bryant as being 'so close to Ma’Khia when she was shot'
CNN anchor Brianna Keilar was pilloried on social media Thursday after referring to the girl who was nearly stabbed by Ma'Khia Bryant Tuesday as merely someone who "was so close to Ma'Khia when she was shot."
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Virginia moving to eliminate all accelerated math courses before 11th grade as part of equity-focused plan
The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is moving to eliminate all accelerated math options prior to 11th grade, effectively keeping higher-achieving students from advancing in the school system.
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Texas AG sues Biden administration over COVID-19 risk at southern border amid migrant surge
FIRST ON FOX: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Thursday sued the Biden administration for allegedly encouraging the spread of COVID-19 at the border by allowing large numbers of migrants into the U.S., often into overcrowded facilities.
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Les McKeown, former Bay City Rollers lead singer, dead at 65
Les McKeown, former lead vocalist for the iconic Scottish pop group Bay City Rollers, has died. He was 65. The late star’s family broke the news of his death in a moving Facebook post on Thursday.
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Florida man arrested more than 40 times barricaded himself inside hotel room prompting 12-hour standoff
A Florida man who has been arrested more than 40 times on 142 separate charges was arrested Thursday morning after a 12-hour standoff during which he barricaded himself in a Pinellas Park hotel room.
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Paratrooper from New York dies during training at Fort Bragg
Gansevoort, New York, native Spc. Abigail Jenks was part of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division. She was conducting a static-line jump from a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter at Sicily Drop Zone on Fort Bragg, North Carolina when the accident happened.
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Sen. Tim Scott to deliver GOP response to Biden's first speech to Congress
Sen. Tim Scott, R-SC, will deliver the Republican Party’s response following President Biden’s first speech to a joint session of Congress on April 28, GOP leadership said on Thursday.
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Chicago man shot at National Guard troops in Minneapolis amid Chauvin trial, prosecutors say
Minnesota prosecutors filed multiple charges Wednesday against a man accused of opening fire on National Guard soldiers stationed in Minneapolis as part of efforts to maintain the peace following the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. 
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Hawaii man receives third Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine dose in booster study: report
A Hawaii man participating in a Pfizer-led study looking at third doses of its COVID-19 vaccine as booster shots says he joined the trial to help others, according to a local report.
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Michigan Gov. Whitmer lied about travels before Florida trip revealed: 'I was here in town the whole time'
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer lied about not traveling out of state in a podcast interview last week, saying she was "here in town the whole time."
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West Virginia coal miners blast Biden's green energy push, says they’re ‘bracing for the worst’
West Virginia coal miners ripped President Biden’s green energy push and said they’re “skeptical” those jobs even exist.
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CNN guest suggests a social worker could have prevented Ma’Khia Bryant shooting
A CNN guest suggested on Thursday that a social worker could have prevented the fatal police shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio and the liberal network’s anchors didn’t bother to ask how one could have intervened.
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Longhorn Band will be required to play 'The Eyes of Texas'
The University of Texas has announced that its traditional marching and pep bands will be required to play “The Eyes of Texas” when they return to performing, but a new band will also be created that won't play the school song with racist elements in its past.
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