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Bill Clinton Arrives Home in New York to Continue Recovery from Infection
As he walked out of hospital alongside his wife, Clinton gave a thumbs up to reporters as he greeted medical workers.
Sleepy school board races are waking up to Covid and critical race theory debates
School board elections are being targeted by special interest groups and political action committees, which are gaining toeholds in these nonpartisan races.
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.
Robert E. Lee statue dethroned from Dallas Park turns up in western Texas golf resort owned by pipeline mogul and Trump supporter
A statue of General Robert E. Lee dethroned from a Dallas city park in 2017 and auctioned off online has turned up at a west Texas golf resort owned by Dakota Access Pipeline mogul Kelcy Warren.
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A protester shot by Kyle Rittenhouse accused police of 'deputizing a roving militia' and enabling 'white nationalist vigilantes' in new lawsuit
UK MPs to pay tribute to slain colleague in parliament
LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to take a psychiatric exam before trial to prove the leaked of photos of Kobe Bryant's helicopter crash caused her emotional distress
Chicago Police Department restricts time off for officers after vaccine mandate deadline, CNN affiliate reports
Trial to open of alleged killers of Dutch reporter De Vries
Colorado Man with AR-15 Rifle Chased Strangulation Victim, But Homeowner Shot Him in Face: Police
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LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to take psych test in suit over leaked crash photos
Lack of childcare makes island life difficult
Biden’s Plans Raise Questions About What U.S. Can or Cannot Afford to Do
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Kidnapping of American missionaries in Haiti highlights the perils of religious workers abroad
Police departments face a shortage as unions enable officers to refuse vaccines