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Jordan releases 16 tied to foreign-backed sedition plot
The royal intrigue between the tiny kingdom's two half-brothers has enthralled the nation for weeks.
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State lawmakers, sensing opportunity to undo Roe vs. Wade, propose a flood of abortion bills
Over 500 bills to limit abortion have been introduced in state legislatures this year as antiabortion lawmakers see opportunity in the Supreme Court.
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A brief timeline of U.S. climate pledges made, and discarded
The United States' commitment to addressing climate change has seesawed for three decades.
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Minneapolis mourning Daunte Wright after ex-cop is convicted of murdering George Floyd
Daunte Wright funeral comes days after Derek Chauvin's conviction for murdering George Floyd.
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Minneapolis, the nation lauded Chauvin's verdict. But what's next in movement for racial justice?
Minneapolis and the country celebrated Chavin's guilty verdict. The city has become a metaphor for what's next in movement for racial justice.
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'His life, it mattered': George Floyd's brother speaks on Derek Chauvin verdict
In a "Good Morning America" interview, Philonise Floyd described how he felt when Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering his brother, George Floyd.
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I'm fully vaccinated against COVID-19. How long will the protection last?
With so many Americans becoming immunized, it's natural to look ahead and wonder how long this protection will last. The answer: No one knows.
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Justice Department announces probe of Minneapolis police a day after Chauvin verdict
Atty. Gen. Merrick Garland announces an investigation of Minneapolis police after an ex-officer is convicted of murder in George Floyd's death.
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For some of us, returning to pre-COVID life is turning out to be harder than we expected
We seem to be on the cusp of returning to normal life, but for many people, transitioning back to Before Times is proving to be a lot more fraught than we expected.
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Biden needs Asia's help to meet climate goals, but is it ready to give up coal?
China, Japan and South Korea are the biggest funders of coal-fired power plants worldwide. Persuading them to stop will be a major challenge.
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The GOP's Anglo-Saxon problem
Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar have abandoned their "America First Caucus," but white nationalism continues to thrive in the Republican Party.
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Guilty verdict in George Floyd case resonates across globe
The Floyd case sparked protests in cities worldwide against police brutality.
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Column: Finally, at least for this moment, justice prevailed in Minneapolis
The Rodney King verdict made it hard for me to believe there would be justice for George Floyd. I'm relieved I was wrong.
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'Human being, not a political cause': Will Floyd's death, Chauvin conviction spur reforms?
Chauvin trial, ending in his conviction, saw erosion of 'blue wall of silence,' legal observers say
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'I just feel so relieved.' Minneapolis reflects on the murder conviction of Derek Chauvin for murder
Across the Minneapolis area, people celebrated the news that Derek Chauvin has been found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
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'A new phase of a long struggle.' Washington reacts to verdict in Derek Chauvin trial
Washington responded with calm determination as former police officer Derek Chauvin verdict was found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
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Full Coverage: The world reacts to Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict in the murder of George Floyd
The world reacts after a Minneapolis jury found former police Officer Derek Chauvin guilty for the May 2020 murder of George Floyd.
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Hollywood hails Chauvin guilty verdict: 'Today we can breathe a sigh of relief'
After Derek Chauvin was found guilty in George Floyd's murder, celebs such as Mariah Carey, Kerry Washington and Meek Mill weighed in on social media.
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