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AG nominee Merrick Garland passes on saying whether Chinese Communist Party a US 'enemy'

Attorney General nominee Merrick Garland concurred Monday with the U.S. intelligence community’s view that China is a “threat” to U.S. interests, but sidestepped a question on whether he views the country’s leadership in Beijing as an enemy.
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QAnon Already Turning Back on March 4 Theory as Day of Donald Trump Prophecy Arrives
Supporters of the radical conspiracy theory appear hesitant for yet another humiliation when Trump fails to return as president.
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'My Mom Hid That She Was Gay Until She Died'
Mom and Dad rarely touched one another unless there was a camera pointing at them. Then they smiled, occasionally Dad might even put his arm over Mom's shoulder.
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Ledecky wins easily in 1st major swim meet amid pandemic
Like everyone else, Katie Ledecky was forced to shelve her plans when the coronavirus pandemic took hold. Instead of looking far into the future, the five-time Olympic champion swimmer switched to a more immediate mindset.
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Mother accuses LA teacher’s union of ‘racial profiling’ after speaking out on closures
The mother of a seventh-grader said this week she was sent a strange email from a member of the United Teachers Los Angeles union, asking her how she identifies herself racially.
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Britain's Prince Philip undergoes procedure for heart condition
Prince Philip, the 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II, underwent a medical procedure for a heart condition on Wednesday, Buckingham Palace said in a statement Thursday.
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Covid-19 death rates 10 times higher in countries where most adults are overweight, report finds
The risk of death from Covid-19 is about 10 times higher in countries where most of the population is overweight, according to a report released Wednesday by the World Obesity Forum.
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Covid-19 death rates 10 times higher in countries where most adults are overweight, report finds
The risk of death from Covid-19 is about 10 times higher in countries where more than half of the population is overweight, according to a report released Wednesday by the World Obesity Forum.
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Democrat State Senate Leader Says People Who Reject Higher Taxes Are 'Not Smart'
Janet Bewley, minority leader in the Wisconsin Senate, said she was being sarcastic but did not retract the comment.
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Why SpaceX's Starships Keep Blowing up As SN10 Becomes Third to Explode
Elon Musk plans to use the Starship rockets to ferry people to the Moon and Mars.
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Policing, guns, voting rights: Historic Democratic goals hit Senate skids
The prospect of those measures sliding into Senate stasis after House passage is sparking new pressure over the filibuster.
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NFL closing in on new TV, streaming deals, paving way for 17-game season
The NFL is attempting to renew its TV deals with Fox, CBS, NBC and Disney-owned ESPN and ABC for greatly increased rights fees, while a new streaming deal with Amazon could include more exclusive content.
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Iran Allies Escalate Attacks Despite Joe Biden Diplomacy, Sanctions
Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen have stepped up attacks on Saudi Arabia as the White House pushes for a diplomatic solution.
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How monster wave broke surfer's pelvis in half
It was a tiny error in judgement, but within seconds he realized that the consequences could be potentially life threatening.
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Surfer Billy Kemper says he glimpsed at death after a wave broke his pelvis in half
It was a tiny error in judgement, but within seconds he realized that the consequences could be potentially life threatening.
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Surfer Billy Kemper says he glimpsed at death after a wave broke his pelvis in half
It was a tiny error in judgement, but within seconds he realized that the consequences could be potentially life threatening.
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He glimpsed death after a wave slammed him into a rock
It was supposed to be a guys' surf trip in search of the ultimate wave, but it turned into a nightmare when Big Wave champion Billy Kemper sustained life-threatening injuries.
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Powerball Results, Numbers for 3/3/21: Did Anyone Win the $123 Million?
The Powerball jackpot last night was an estimated $123 million with a cash option of $86.1 million.
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China approves sale of traditional medicine products to treat Covid-19
China has approved three traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) products for sale to help treat Covid-19, the government's National Medical Products Administration announced on Wednesday.
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China approves sale of traditional medicine products to treat Covid-19
China has approved three traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) products for sale to help treat Covid-19, the government's National Medical Products Administration announced on Wednesday.
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Toko Shinoda, a leading figure in contemporary Japanese art, dies age 107
Celebrated for combining Abstract Expressionism with the traditions of Japanese calligraphy, Toko Shinoda passed away at a Tokyo hospital on Monday.
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Toko Shinoda, a leading figure in contemporary Japanese art, dies age 107
Celebrated artist Toko Shinoda, who combined Abstract Expressionism with the traditions of Japanese calligraphy, has died at the age of 107.
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SpaceX's SN10 Starship Explodes, Elon Musk Gives It 'Honorable Discharge'
The prototype rocket's test flight on Wednesday was praised as a success, despite its fiery conclusion.
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Meghan accuses palace of 'perpetuating falsehoods' against her and Harry
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Arizona orders schools to reopen for in-person classes by March 15; New York eases travel policies; 518K US deaths. Latest COVID-19 updates
Starbucks, Target, other retailers will still require masks in Texas. U.S. death toll nears 520K. New York eases travel rules. Latest COVID-19 news.       
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WNBA players’ next cause: Educating themselves — and fans — on vaccine safety
WNBA players helped elect a U.S. Senator and oust a team owner. Next up: educating Black and Latino communities about the coronavirus vaccine.
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Many teens live online, alone. Here's how to stay connected in the pandemic
In the pandemic, teens have been increasingly acclimated to solitude, silence and screens. These older kids attend school and socialize almost entirely online, disconnected from parents during a crucial time in their development. Here's how to reconnect.
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Many teens live online, alone. Here's how to stay connected in the pandemic
For many teens, the pandemic has created an environment in which most of their lives take place in the shadows.
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Meghan accuses palace of 'perpetuating falsehoods' against her and Harry
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has accused Buckingham Palace of "perpetuating falsehoods" against her and husband Prince Harry in an explosive clip from an interview with Oprah Winfrey that is due to be aired on Sunday.
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Meghan accuses palace of 'perpetuating falsehoods' against her and Harry
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has accused Buckingham Palace of "perpetuating falsehoods" against her and husband Prince Harry in an explosive clip from an interview with Oprah Winfrey that is due to be aired on Sunday.
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CDC to require US-bound travelers from Ebola-stricken countries to give contact information
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced this week that travelers from Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the United States will be required to give contact information because of two separate Ebola outbreaks in the countries.
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Why Meghan Markle Could Not 'Be Silent'—Oprah Interview Turns on Royal Firm
Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey why the palace could not expect her and Prince Harry to "still just be silent" as she levelled the first publicised attacks on the palace in a new CBS clip.
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NASA astronaut launches stop for nothing -- not even a pandemic. Here's how they did it
Four launches to the International Space Station carried on as planned in 2020, and the crew were able to remain safe on their journeys to and from Earth, due to NASA's long-standing Health Stabilization Program.
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NASA astronaut launches stop for nothing -- not even a pandemic. Here's how they did it
The wonders of spaceflight never ceased in 2020, despite the pandemic's best efforts.
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Burma experiences bloodiest day since coup; at least 38 dead: UN
At least 38 people were killed during protests in Burma Wednesday, as violence escalated against opponents of last month’s military coup, according to a U.N. official.
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Severe storms possible for parts of Central US
A Central US storm system will bring snow for the Rockies along with rain and storms for parts of Texas and Oklahoma. Meanwhile, the Southeast will see springlike temperatures. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the details.
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Taiwan Hails Republican Bill to Formalize U.S. Ties, but Experts See Flaws
Representatives Tom Tiffany and Scott Perry have called for a scrapping of the United States' long-standing one-China policy and the resumption of formal ties with Taipei.
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The Pope's Iraq trip could be his most dangerous yet. But the country's dwindling Christian minority hopes it heals their wounds
Attending to the Baghdad church where he works as a caretaker, Natiq Anwar relives the most horrific experience of his life each and every day.
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The Pope's Iraq trip could be his most dangerous yet. But the country's dwindling Christian minority hopes it heals their wounds
The Vatican bills the pope's visit as 'an act of love' despite growing pandemic and security risks. It's a message that resonates with what's left of Iraq's Christians.
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The Pope's Iraq trip could be his most dangerous yet. But the country's dwindling Christian minority hopes it heals their wounds
Attending to the Baghdad church where he works as a caretaker, Natiq Anwar relives the most horrific experience of his life each and every day.
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Biden’s US-Mexico border pullback creating ‘roads for the cartels,’ Arizona sheriff says: report
The U.S.-Mexico border region in Arizona is becoming less secure since President Biden took office, a sheriff is alleging, according to a report.
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India's Covaxin vaccine is 81% effective, early data shows
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Biden vs. Texas: What the public cares about are vaccines and results 
Washington is obsessed with process arguments, while Americans want to know when they can get vaccinated
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The Real World Homecoming: New York Is a Bittersweet Glimpse at Everything Reality TV Could’ve Been
The original New York cast's reunion raises the question: was a better, alternate version of reality TV possible?
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Biden’s bungled claims about the Hispanic population
Biden said Hispanics are the fastest-growing population group, but census data shows they have taken second place to Asian Americans.
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Biden’s bungled claims about the Hispanic population
Biden said Hispanics are the fastest-growing population group, but census data shows they have taken second place to Asian Americans.
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Yankees’ Mike Ford hasn’t lost ‘confidence hitting’
TAMPA — Mike Ford is aware of the players the Yankees brought into camp on minor league deals, including established veterans such as Jay Bruce and Derek Dietrich — both lefty swingers who can play first base, just like Ford. “I always try to perform, especially when I’ve got a little chip on my shoulder,’’...
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Oldest known mummification how-to guide reveals gruesome embalming details
An ancient Egyptian papyrus version of "Mummification for Dummies" has been revealed by a Danish Egyptologist as the oldest how-to guide yet found.
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Two SUVs breached US-Mexico border in California – then crashed, burned in separate accidents: reports
Two SUVs involved in separate accidents in California on Tuesday entered the U.S. from Mexico through a 10-foot gap in a border barrier, federal authorities said Wednesday, according to a report.
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