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What we know about the victims at Robb Elementary School
Google should limit location data collection to protect abortion seekers, US lawmakers say
Dozens of Democratic lawmakers urged Google on Tuesday to limit the amount of location data it collects and keeps on its users amid fears the information could be used against abortion seekers.
Who was George Floyd? New book captures full scope of his life and family's legacy
George Floyd. For the last two years, his name has been echoed across the nation from the streets of Minneapolis where protesters marched, to the halls of corporate America where major brands publicly denounced racism. His name is a symbol for the racial equality fight, and a rallying cry for justice and an end to police brutality against Black people. But who was the 46-year-old father?
Big Oil, flush with cash, is failing on climate pledges
In the peak of 2020 lockdowns, giant oil companies had a wake-up call. Demand had cratered, sapping profits, and it wasn't clear when it would end. That gave environmentally minded investors an in. The pitch: Get on the clean and green path or perish.
'Don't take a second for granted': Families grieve for victims
Nineteen children and two adults were on the brink of celebrating the end of the school year at Robb Elementary School when a gunman came in and opened fire, stealing their lives and devastating a nation.
Herschel Walker and the record-setting year for Black Republicans
It's been a record-setting year for the Republican Party, which is fielding 81 Black candidates in the 2022 primaries, according to the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Madonna makes surprise appearance at college graduation show
Madonna and FKA Twigs were spotted front row at the Central Saint Martins (CSM) undergraduate fashion show on Tuesday. The prestigious art school -- known for producing renowned designers Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, Stella McCartney and Phoebe Philo -- held its annual show in London's Kings Cross area, where students exhibited their graduate collections to a crowd of friends, family, buyers and fashion editors.
What we know about the Texas elementary school shooting
Nineteen children and two adults were killed in a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, Tuesday in what is now the second deadliest school shooting in the US.
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Opinion: It's not time to pray. It's time to legislate
Mass shootings have become so common in the US that we have developed a pathology for how to react. The aggrieved families who have lost someone they loved are the recipients of thoughts and prayers. Law enforcement is praised for keeping the tragedy from becoming even more horrific. Counseling is offered to survivors. Politicians come to town to express their sympathy and outrage, and vow that the latest community will recover and stand "Texas strong" or "Sandy Hook strong" or "Parkland strong."
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Stefanos Tsitsipas survives a five-set thriller to progress to second round of French Open
Under the floodlights at Roland Garros, world No. 4 and last year's finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas survived a first round scare from 20-year-old Lorenzo Musetti.
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New poll: 54% of Americans disapprove of Supreme Court following Roe draft opinion leak
A majority of Americans -- 54% -- now say they disapprove of the job the Supreme Court is doing following the leak of the draft opinion showing the justices are poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a new poll released Wednesday
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'Partygate' report delivered to Boris Johnson after months of speculation
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing a fight to save his premiership after a long-awaited report into a series of lockdown-breaking parties in Whitehall eviscerated a "XYZ"
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The French meal Julia Child called life-changing
A single meal forever changed Julia Child's life and American kitchens with it. The meal featured sole meunière, a mild, white-fleshed fish served in a butter sauce. Here's how to make it.
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Luka Doncic leads Dallas Mavericks to victory against Golden State Warriors to avoid WCF sweep
The Dallas Mavericks staved off elimination and avoided a series sweep in the Western Conference Finals, as Luka Doncic led his team to a 119-109 win over the Golden State Warriors.
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Declassified US intel shows Russian blockade of Ukraine
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Key midterm matchups in half the swing states have been decided
• Latest results: GA | AL | TX | AR | MN • CNN Projection: Abrams and Kemp will face off in gubernatorial rematch in GA
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Declassified US intel shows Russian blockade of Ukraine that risks global food crisis
• Society 'may not survive' Putin's war, says billionaire George Soros
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19 children and 2 adults killed in Texas elementary school shooting
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Ukraine releases video of foreign-made kamikaze drones
• 200 bodies found in ruins of Mariupol high-rise • Soros: Society 'may not survive' Putin's war
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'What are we doing?!': Lawmaker gets emotional on Senate floor over elementary school shooting
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) reacts on the Senate floor after the deadly mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
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14 children and one teacher killed in Texas elementary school shooting
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According to special forces, the drone was equipped with a powerful explosive that damaged a Russian tank after it flew into it
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Ukraine releases first known video of foreign-made 'kamikaze drones'
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200 bodies found in ruins of Mariupol high-rise, Ukrainian official says
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NASA captures eruption of submarine volcano, an unlikely home to 2 shark species
NASA's Earth Observatory has released satellite images of the undersea Kavachi volcano erupting in the Solomon Islands. The crater is the home of multiple fish species.
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San Francisco's mayor to opt out of Pride parade over ban on police participating in uniform
San Francisco Mayor London Breed will not march in the city's Pride parade next month if participating police officers are not allowed to wear uniforms, the mayor said in a statement Monday.
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Here's another troubling reason inflation will be hard to fight
One of the many buzzwords percolating around Davos this week is "fragmentation," the force economists there warned could have "devastating human consequences."
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She thought a dark moment in her past was forgotten. Then she scanned her face online
Cher Scarlett, a software engineer, has a history of being misidentified by face-scanning technology, including one instance that may have surfaced a distant ancestor in a photo. So when she was introduced to an online facial-recognition tool she hadn't heard of, she wanted to see whether it would mistake photos of her mom or daughter for her.
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Boris Johnson under more pressure over new lockdown 'Partygate' photos
Britain's beleaguered Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing accusations he misled lawmakers and is staring down fresh calls to resign, after new images were published appearing to show him raising a glass with colleagues at a social gathering inside Downing Street during lockdown.
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Keeping Title 42 in place won't slow US-Mexico border crossings, officials say
A court ruling blocking the termination of a Trump-era pandemic restriction at the US-Mexico border is unlikely to slow border crossings, Biden administration officials say, as migration in the Western hemisphere reaches new highs.
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