The Morning Rundown: Today's top headlines
Police pull guns on, spray Black-Latino Army officer during traffic stop: Lawsuit
Two Virginia police officers have been sued for drawing their guns on a uniformed Army officer during a traffic stop and pepper spraying him.
'Suspicious' blackout at Iranian nuclear site almost certain to prompt retaliation
Sabotage, mostly likely by Israel, is suspected with the mysterious power outage at the Natanz centrifuge assembly plant.
The hottest number in conservation is rooted more in politics than science
The goal to protect 30 percent of the Earth is more arbitrary than you might think.
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Police officer accused of pepper-spraying Black and Latino Army officer in Virginia fired
A Windsor police officer accused of pepper-spraying a Black and Latino military officer and forcing him to the ground in December has been fired.
Millionaire Banker Beats Economist to Take Ecuador’s Presidency
Career banker Guillermo Lasso won Ecuador’s presidential election after a late surge in support, reassuring bondholders in the default-prone country and shoring up U.S. ties.
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The Daca immigrant fighting to empower young Texas voters
'You just don't think it will happen to you.' Border Patrol agent delayed vaccination, got COVID-19
The LA Times
China looms large over Biden 'infrastructure' pitch
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Va. Officer Who Pepper-Sprayed a Black Army Medic Is Fired
The New York Times
Optical illusion reveals shade of cyan your eyes have NEVER seen
Protests flare in Minneapolis after 20-year-old Black man shot in traffic stop
Merkel party chief swings ahead in race to be next chancellor
France moves to ban short-haul domestic flights
Rep. Liz Cheney criticized Trump for 'embracing insurrection' in a wild speech, deepening a GOP rift
Huawei, HSBC agree on document deal for extradition case