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NASA's Mars helicopter to make 1st flight on another planet
All systems are a go for NASA's historical first flight of its Ingenuity helicopter on Mars.
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Investigators looking into explosive Tesla car crash that killed 2 in Texas
Investigators are looking into a fiery crash involving a Tesla vehicle that killed two men.
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Russia's Alexey Navalny 'is dying' in prison, allies call for nationwide protests
Allies of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny call for emergency protests, as they say jailed Putin foe could die within days.
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Half of Americans over 18 have received at least 1 vaccine shot: CDC
Over half of Americans over 18 have received at least one shot of a coronavirus vaccine, according to the latest data from the CDC.
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3 dead in active shooter incident in Texas
Three people are dead after a shooting in Austin, Texas, on Sunday.
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Vandals target old house of witness who testified in Derek Chauvin's defense
Vandals target former home of defense expert witness in Derek Chauvin murder trial
1 dead, 2 missing after barge crashes into boat
One person is dead and another two are missing after a barge crashed into a pleasure craft on the Ohio River, according to officials.
Dozens dead in passenger train derailment in Egypt
A passenger train derailment in Egypt has left dozens dead and over 100 injured, officials said.
A decision to lift the J&J suspension could occur on Friday :Fauci
White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared on ABC's "This Week."
Some Jan. 6 defendants try to use journalism as riot defense
Some say they were only there to record history as journalists.
Wunderkind ex-mayor to face jurors in fraud, bribery case
The upcoming trial of a former Massachusetts mayor first elected at the age of 23 will showcase the dramatic rise and fall of the wunderkind accused of stealing from his investors and extorting marijuana companies
Faith leaders across US join in decrying voting restrictions
In Georgia, faith leaders are asking corporate executives to condemn laws restricting voting access or face a boycott
Blinken defends Biden's refugee cap, Afghanistan withdrawal in exclusive interview
Secretary of State Antony Blinken, on "This Week" defended the administration amid a barrage of criticism for maintaining a Trump-era limit on refugee admissions for now.
Severe storms in Florida as milder weather returns for East Coast
Severe storms are expected across northern and central Florida with winds and hail on Sunday through Monday as more snow showers move through the Rockies in the West.
3 dead, 2 seriously injured in early morning shooting at bar
Three people are dead and two people have been left with serious injuries following a shooting that took place at a bar in Wisconsin.
After outcry, Biden plans to lift refugee cap in May
After outcry, Pres. Biden plans to lift the refugee cap in May.
Adam Toledo remembered by family as kind, funny teen in wake of fatal police shooting
Family shares memories of Adam Toledo, a 13-year-old shot and killed by a Chicago police officer on March 29.
Video shows Asian woman robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco
An Asian woman in her 50s was brutally robbed at gunpoint and had her handbag and $16,000 Rolex stolen in San Francisco last year.
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Police ask for help identifying Portland, Oregon, rioters
Protesters smashed windows, burglarized businesses and set fires.
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Protesters demand release of body camera footage of Tennessee high school shooting
Protests unfolded in Tennessee Friday with demands police release body camera footage showing an officer-involved high school shooting that left a 17-year-old dead.
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Police body camera footage shows fatal shooting of Black man in Honolulu
Honolulu police released body camera footage showing the moment they deployed a stun gun on a Black man and fatally shot him during an alleged burglary.
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As mask mandates end, Oregon bucks trend with permanent rule
States are lifting COVID-19 rules, but Oregon considers making some permanent.
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US social ills haunt Derek Chauvin murder trial
Advocates say American social ills are converging on the Derek Chauvin trial for the death of George Floyd.
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Scientists exploring possible link between J&J, AstraZeneca vaccine blood clot issues
Similarities between Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca blood clot issues have scientists exploring possible link
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Rare reactions to J&J vaccine remain a mystery, putting many women on edge
Six women are known to have suffered from blood clots after the J&J vaccine.
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Severe weather brings major flash flooding to South this weekend
A flash flood watch is in effect through Saturday afternoon from Louisiana to Alabama.
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Jerry Falwell Jr. decries Liberty University's 'hostility' as school files $10M suit
Liberty University has filed a $10 million lawsuit against former president Jerry Falwell Jr., claiming that he withheld damaging information from its board of trustees.
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Nearly 100 people arrested as Daunte Wright protests turn violent again in Minnesota
There were zero protesters arrested the night before in Brooklyn Center.
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Trump’s influence over GOP is tested in early 2022 fundraising
Donald Trump's legacy continues to loom over the GOP, as both those backed by him and those who oppose him are boasting strong fundraising numbers heading toward 2022.
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Attorneys for Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll ask court to keep DOJ from defending case
Attorneys for E. Jean Carroll are asking a federal appeals court to deny the Justice Department's attempt to substitute for former President Trump in a defamation suit.
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