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George Clooney and Julia Roberts reunite for 'Ticket to Paradise'
It's been awhile since we've seen them on screen together, but George Clooney and Julia Roberts have still got it.
Ketanji Brown Jackson joins a Supreme Court in turmoil
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is set to join the Supreme Court on Thursday, making history as the first female African-American justice and beginning what could be a decades-long tenure.
University of Arizona will waive college tuition for Native students in the state
Undergraduate students enrolled in one of Arizona's 22 federally recognized tribes are eligible for the program. Several state colleges and universities, including institutions in California, Colorado and Oregon, have launched similar initiatives.
How to support your LGBTQ child's mental health
When a child comes out, parents and caregivers don't always know what they can do to help their child. Here are some places to start.
Former Giuliani associate Lev Parnas sentenced to 20 months in prison
Lev Parnas, a former associate of Rudy Giuliani, was sentenced to 20 months in prison Wednesday.
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Ukrainian mayor of Kherson detained as Russian-run region prepares for referendum
The elected Ukrainian mayor of Kherson was arrested Tuesday, according to pro-Russian officials in the city, hours before the region's Russian-backed administration announced plans for a referendum.
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Top UK supermarket stops selling Heinz baked beans in dispute over rising prices
It's getting harder for shoppers in the United Kingdom to find Heinz baked beans. Blame food price inflation.
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Descendant of enslaved people can sue Harvard University over photos of half-naked ancestors, state supreme court rules
Massachusetts' highest court has ruled that a woman claiming to be the descendant of enslaved people can proceed with some of the claims in her lawsuit against Harvard University.
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Missing 8-year-old boy found alive after more than a week in sewers
An 8-year-old boy was found alive in a sewer eight days after he went missing in Oldenburg, northwestern Germany.
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'Deepest image of our universe' ever taken by Webb Telescope will be revealed in July
The James Webb Space Telescope will release its first high-resolution color images on July 12. One of those images "is the deepest image of our universe that has ever been taken," said NASA administrator Bill Nelson.
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Michael Flynn pleaded the Fifth on the most basic question of our democracy
Michael Flynn wasn't the star of the House January 6 committee's hearing on Tuesday. In fact, he appeared -- via taped video testimony -- for less than five minutes.
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Ben and Jerry's sells its Israeli business
Unilever has sold its Ben & Jerry's business in Israel to its distributor in the country, following ongoing controversy related to its activities in Israel and the West Bank.
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The newest content moderation minefield for tech platforms: abortion posts
In the wake of the Supreme Court's controversial decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, people have flooded social media platforms with information about how to access in-person or medication abortions to help those in states that have outlawed the procedure or could soon do so. But the situation could create a new set of challenges for the tech platforms.
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Breyer makes it official: He's leaving the Supreme Court on Thursday at noon
Justice Stephen Breyer has notified the White House that his retirement will be effective Thursday, June 30, at noon ET.
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Inside Eureka Springs, the Bible Belt's LGBTQ oasis
"Not even the streets are straight" in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, as one saying goes. CNN spoke with several residents, from newer arrivals to long-established townsfolk, about why they came to the town, why it's so unique and why, in most cases, they never want to leave.
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'A real forecasting nightmare': Tropical rains head for Texas coast
The Atlantic hurricane season is becoming more active with a disturbance set to drench coastal Texas this week, and a system likely to soon be named Bonnie heading into Central America.
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'True Detective' Season 4 to star Kali Reis and Jodie Foster
"True Detective: Night Country" will star Kali Reis with the previously announced casting of Jodie Foster. It will be HBO's fourth season of the series.
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Leon Brown of 'Sister Wives' announces they're transgender
"Sister Wives" cast member Leon Brown has shared that they are transgender.
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Dakota Johnson on the 'mayhem' of filming 'Fifty Shades'
"Fifty Shades of Grey" turned Dakota Johnson into a star.
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An ancient practice may reduce chronic tension headaches, study says
Acupuncture may reduce the number of monthly headaches for people who have chronic tension headaches, a recent study found.
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John Wood, former January 6 committee investigator, launches independent Senate bid in Missouri
John Wood, a former senior investigator for the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, launched on Wednesday a Senate campaign in Missouri as an independent, calling for a "commonsense alternative" to the field of Republican and Democratic candidates.
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Sam Asghari on his 'surreal' marriage to Britney Spears
Sam Asghari has opening up about his marriage to the "amazing" Britney Spears in his first interview since their June wedding.
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Why one analyst thinks Carnival stock could go to $0
Cruise giant Carnival was hit hard during the worst of the pandemic. Now, a top Wall Street analyst has issued a dire potential outlook for the company in the case of recession.
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Carson Pickett becomes the first player with a limb difference to play for USWNT
Carson Pickett became the first player with a limb difference to play for the US Women's National Team (USWNT) on Tuesday as she helped her side to a 2-0 victory in a friendly against Colombia.
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The pandemic may have forever altered the economy, Fed Chair Powell says
It's not yet clear if the US economy will return to its pre-pandemic status, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday.
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NYC to announce lawsuit against ghost gun retailers who illegally sell parts in the city
New York City officials are scheduled to announce Wednesday the city is filing lawsuits against five retailers of so-called ghost guns.
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Cruise ship Norwegian Sun hits piece of an iceberg
The cruise ship Norwegian Sun hit a piece of an iceberg on Saturday, sustaining damage to its starboard bow, according to the US Coast Guard.
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Fire breaks out at boys summer camp near Camp David. No injuries reported
A large fire is burning in the dining hall of a Maryland Jewish summer camp for boys, according to a statement posted to Camp Airy's social media Wednesday morning.
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Sweden and Finland are on the cusp of joining NATO. Here's why that matters, and what comes next
Sweden and Finland are set formally to end decades of neutrality and join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), in a historic breakthrough for the alliance that deals a blow to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Nelson Piquet says racial slur aimed at Lewis Hamilton had no racist intent
Former F1 driver Nelson Piquet has apologized for his racial slur aimed at Lewis Hamilton and said his comments had no racist intent.
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