Haiti kidnapping: Gang wants $17 million ransom for American and Canadian missionaries
Oklahoma's anti-critical race theory law violates free speech rights, ACLU suit says
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The scathing letter from Democratic senators came just hours after Facebook launched Novi, its new crypto wallet for users in the US and Guatemala.
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A freshman at the University of Kentucky died from "presumed alcohol toxicity" Monday night after he was found unresponsive at his fraternity house.
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UN Atomic Agency Head to Visit Iran As Pressure Ramps Up on Revival of Nuclear Deal
Iran's nuclear program has reportedly breached several facets of the 2015 nuclear deal monitored by the United Nation's International Atomic Energy Agency.
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Haitian gang reportedly seeks $17 million ransom for US missionaries and family members
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tests positive for COVID-19
Iowa Democratic Chair Says He Received Lynching Threat After Criticizing Trump
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