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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer, the court announced. She was 87.

Cardi B files for divorce from Migos rapper Offset

Reality TV sensation turned chart-topping rapper Cardi B has filed for divorce from Migos rapper Offset.

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Barack Obama is publishing a memoir -- right after the election

Former President Barack Obama's long-awaited presidential memoir is coming this year -- but not until after the November election.

Grand jury indicts Omaha bar owner in fatal shooting of Black protester

A grand jury has indicted an Omaha bar owner in the fatal shooting of a Black protester after authorities had decided not to bring charges against him.

Federal government details plans to distribute free Covid-19 vaccines

The federal government released plans on Wednesday detailing how it will distribute Covid-19 vaccines once they've been okayed by the

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Rochester officials intentionally delayed the release of Daniel Prude body cam video

The city of Rochester, New York, released 325 pages of internal emails, police reports and other documents on Monday that show a concerted effort by police and city officials to delay the release of incriminating body camera footage in the death of Daniel Prude, a Black man who died after police pinned him to the ground in March.

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California governor emphasizes wildfires show reality of climate change

Firefighters are making tremendous progress combating the huge wildfire complexes afflicting California -- but the real battle is against climate change, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.

Pharma company drastically boosts its potential coronavirus vaccine production

German pharmaceutical company BioNTech, which is currently developing a possible vaccine against the novel coronavirus together with US drug giant Pfizer, announced Thursday it was buying a new production plant in order drastically to increase its production capacities.

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More than 240 schools in US are named after a Confederate leader. About half serve majority Black or nonwhite students

Thousands of children across the US attend schools that bear the names of Confederate leaders who fought to preserve slavery and White supremacy in America.

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Exhausted firefighters sing together after a 14-hour shift battling wildfires in Oregon

Sprawled on a smoky street, a crew of Oregon firefighters belted out a song after a long day fighting fires.

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