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Men on trial for Ahmaud Arbery death, strikes in Haiti, Apple event: 5 things to know Monday
The murder trial of the three men charged in the death of Ahmaud Arbery is set to begin and more news to start your Monday.
Dems to Biden: Don't leave people of color behind in Build Back Better negotiations
Major cuts now need to be implemented. Lawmakers want to make sure the programs traditionally benefiting minorities are preserved.
Myanmar to release 5,000 prisoners held over coup
The leader of the military junta says they are being freed for humanitarian reasons.
Scholz Coalition Eyes $580 Billion in Spending on German Reboot
Germany’s prospective ruling coalition is targeting about 500 billion euros ($580 billion) in spending over the coming decade to address climate change and will seek loopholes in constitutional debt rules to raise the financing.
California School Walkout as Thousands of Parents Defy Child Vaccine Mandate
California requires school students to be vaccinated following the full FDA approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for grades 7 to 12 and K-6.
A timeline of the Ahmaud Arbery case
Nevada governor Sisolak injured in car accident, released from hospital
Give no-show Buttigieg full-time paternity leave — abolish his department
Robert E. Lee statue dethroned from Dallas Park turns up in western Texas golf resort owned by pipeline mogul and Trump supporter
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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
MacBook Pro 2021: All the last-minute rumors we've heard ahead of today's Apple event
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Trump faces a pile of civil lawsuits as depositions begin
UK prime minister to lead tributes to slain lawmaker Amess
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Kidnapping of American missionaries in Haiti highlights the perils of religious workers abroad
Afghanistan-wide polio vaccination starts next month: UN