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Juneteenth to Be U.S. Holiday, 156 Years After Slavery’s End
President Joe Biden will sign legislation Thursday making Juneteenth a federal holiday to commemorate the end of slavery in the U.S., with most U.S. government employees granted paid leave on Friday.
Okla. Boy, 13, Admits to Killing Older Brother, 16, in March Before Setting Body on Fire
The boy was charged as an adult this week with first-degree murder and desecration of a human corpse
Supreme Court tosses lawsuit challenging Obamacare
The justices found that a group of red states lacked legal standing to bring a challenge that could have upended the health care law.
Realism rather than reset as Biden, Putin embrace limits of U.S.-Russia relations
"This is not a 'kumbaya' moment," Biden said.
Is defunding the police 'Obamacare 2.0'? Democrats face dilemma with voters heading into 2022
Democrats are searching for a better way to package to voters the demands of left-leaning activists while fending off Republican attacks.
Supreme Court rejects challenge to Obamacare health care law
Putin praises summit result, calls Biden a tough negotiator
The Supreme Court shut down an attack on Obamacare in the most dismissive way possible
Nina Turner has best fundraising day of campaign after Hillary Clinton endorses opponent
Supreme Court Unanimously Rules That Philadelphia Can’t Force Catholic Group to Certify Same-Sex Couples as Foster Parents
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French prosecutors seek 6-month jail term for Sarkozy
US Embassy in Afghanistan on 'immediate' lockdown over COVID-19 surge
UFOs pose national security concerns, top US politicians warn
Widower of former Mississippi lawmaker blasts police investigation into deaths of wife, sister
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Biden to sign Juneteenth bill, creating first new federal holiday in decades
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