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A group of US missionaries was kidnapped in Haiti. And former President Bill Clinton was released from the hospital. It's the weekend's news.
Art Professor Pleads Guilty to Trying to Kill Friend in Four-Hour Attack
The attempted murder case against a Massachusetts college professor nears its end. Rie Hachiyanagi, 50, who taught art at Mt. Holyoke College, pleaded guilty on Friday to trying to kill a friend in a four-hour attack. The post Art Professor Pleads Guilty...
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17 missionaries, including 5 children, kidnapped in Haiti, ministry says
Seventeen missionaries, including five children, have been kidnapped in Haiti, according to the ministry the group is affiliated with.
Progressive Democrats push Biden to advance plans for student loan forgiveness
Roughly 45 million Americans hold $1.7 trillion in student loan debt, according to the Federal Reserve, a figure that has long rankled progressives.
Former President Clinton released from hospital following infection
The cause for the extended hospitalization was that Clinton was receiving his medication intravenously, not orally, a spokesman said.
Bill Clinton released from California hospital after six days
Democratic gridlock is good, says GOP Sen. Ron Johnson
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DeSantis fights against vaccine mandate, says it violates Florida law
Small-town mayor to lead Hungary opposition bloc in election
A California man who twice broke into his dad's former home was fatally shot by the new owners, authorities say
Ousted by AOC, Joe Crowley is now lobbying against tax hikes on corporate giants
In Trial of Ahmaud Arbery's Killing, Video to Have a Big Role
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Illinois Mom Accused of Shooting Dead Man Who Refused to Kiss Her
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Thousands protest against Bukele in El Salvador as grievances mount
Salvadorans march against Bukele's economic and judicial policies