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Democrats Are Taking Reparations Seriously -- And That's a Big Deal

There is now a bright, and important, marker in the reparations debate. In 1988, Jesse Jackson made reparations part of his campaign platform.

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Kristoff St. John Died of Heart Disease, Coroner Says

Actor Kristoff St. John, who appeared on the CBS daytime soap opera "The Young & the Restless," died of heart disease, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner.

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A Huge Fire at a Texas Chemical Plant Is Out, 4 Days After It Started

A fire that burned over four days at a petrochemical plant in suburban Houston was finally extinguished Wednesday. "As of 3 a.m. today the firefighting crews on the scene of the ITC Tank Farm Fire are reporting that all tank fires have been extinguished," Intercontinental Terminals Company said in a news release.

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Trump administration wants to put a limit on student loan borrowing

The Trump administration urged Congress Monday to put a cap on student loan borrowing, one of several proposals for updating the Higher Education Act.

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Rosenstein staying on at Justice Department 'a little longer' than anticipated

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is planning to stay on at the Justice Department "a little longer" than originally anticipated, according to a Justice official familiar with his thinking.

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Five takeaways from Elizabeth Warren's CNN town hall

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has a plan -- for just about everything.

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Mueller was allowed to review years of Cohen emails from time he worked under Trump

Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators were allowed by a federal judge to review years of Michael Cohen's emails and other online data from the time he worked under Donald Trump, according to newly unsealed warrants used in his case in Manhattan federal court.

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Pro-Trump group launching ads supporting Meadows, Jordan

Two top congressional allies of Donald Trump will get support from a key group backing the President as the 2020 campaign gets underway.

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Cyclone survivors clinging to rooftops in Mozambique as they await rescue, aid officials say

People in cyclone-hit areas of Mozambique are clinging desperately to rooftops in areas virtually submerged by flood water, awaiting aid and rescue, the charity Save the Children has said.

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Elizabeth Warren just had her best moment of the 2020 campaign

It's been a bit of a rough start for Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's 2020 presidential campaign.

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40% of people with HIV transmit most new infections in the US, a new analysis says. Here's the plan to stop the spread

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Monday detailed its new initiative to reduce new human immunodeficiency virus infections in the United States by at least 90% over 10 years.

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Historic floods that killed 4 and displaced hundreds force 74 Nebraska cities to issue emergency declarations

The major flooding that left at least four dead in Nebraska and Iowa over the past week is slowly receding in some areas, but rivers likely will be flooded for days more, and additional rain and melting snow are expected to make flooding worse in other parts of the Plains and Midwest.

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Apple announces faster, smarter iMacs

Apple is on a product launch spree ahead of its spring press event. The company announced on Tuesday its iMac line is getting a refresh after nearly 14 months.

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Supreme Court says government can detain immigrants with past criminal records even years after their release from custody

The Supreme Court held on Tuesday that the government can detain -- without a bond hearing -- immigrants with past criminal records, even if years have passed since they were released from criminal custody

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'Toy Story 4' takes fans on an adventure to save a new character

Your favorite gang of toys is back, and the latest adventure looks like the most action-packed yet.

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Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan joins board of Fox Corporation

Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is joining the board of the newly slimmed-down Fox Corporation, the parent company of Fox News.

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Trump declared an (unpopular) national emergency -- and lost no public support

CNN's latest poll shows President Donald Trump's approval rating hitting 43% with voters and 42% with all adults. That's not great, but it matches other recent polling that illustrates the President's approval rating is clearly up after crevassing during the government shutdown in January.

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Schools to reopen as Texas chemical plant fire keeps burning. Some health officials are not convinced that it's safe

The fierce fire sending towering black clouds into the air near suburban Houston intensified overnight because of a temporary dip in water pressure, according to the owners of the chemical plant where the blaze is burning

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State Department bars press corps from Pompeo briefing, won't release list of attendees

The State Department on Monday said it would not be distributing a transcript or list of attendees from a briefing call with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held that evening -- a call from which the department's press corps was excluded and only "faith-based media" allowed.

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40% of people with HIV transmit most new infections in the US, a new analysis says. Here's the plan to stop the spread

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Monday detailed its new initiative to reduce new human immunodeficiency virus infections in the United States by at least 90% over 10 years.

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By the numbers: Beto O'Rourke's launch is one of the best yet

Former US Rep. Beto O'Rourke's campaign is off to a fast start.

Bail set at $1M for man, former pimp accused of killing mother of his child

The man accused of killing Noelani Robinson’s mother appeared in court Sunday.

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Supreme Court takes on racial gerrymander claim in Virginia

The Supreme Court dove into the issue of racial gerrymandering Monday as the justices reviewed a lower court opinion that struck down Virginia district maps as a violation of the Constitution.

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Things to do in Malibu, L.A.'s best beach town

Driving California's Pacific Coast Highway, or PCH, in and around Los Angeles is a real challenge -- expanding and contracting lanes, speeding sports cars, blinding sunsets, occasional bumper-to-bumper traffic.

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What Facebook, Twitter and YouTube can do now to stop terrorism and hate online

The attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand bring into sharp relief a troubling pattern of global white nationalist terrorism against Muslims. The New Zealand assailant's 87-page manifesto is replete with white supremacist propaganda that was shared across the internet. Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are now left scrambling to stop the spread of this hateful rhetoric as it continues to get shared across their platforms.

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Remember when 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' made us listen to each other

"The Oprah Winfrey Show" used to air at 4 p.m. every day on my local station in South Texas.

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Michael Jackson 'innocent' adverts to be removed from London buses

London's transport authority says it will remove bus adverts proclaiming that the late pop legend Michael Jackson was innocent over child sexual abuse claims.

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Coca-Cola promised to help fix recycling. Here's how it plans to deliver

Early last year, Coca-Cola set an ambitious goal for itself: Collect and recycle the equivalent of every bottle or can it sells by 2030.

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Jussie Smollett pleads not guilty to charges that he staged a hoax

Actor Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty in court Thursday to accusations that he staged a hate crime and filed a false police report.

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A number of things to know on Pi Day

If you've been using Pi Day as an excuse to just eat pie, you're doing it wrong.

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Walgreens and CVS Are 2019's Stock Market Losers

This has been a brutal year for the big drug store companies. Walgreens' stock is down more than 10% this year, making it the worst performer in the Dow

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Boeing Stock Woes Worsen After the United States Grounds 737 Max Jets

The bad news for Boeing investors arrived on Wednesday. The United States joined other countries and grounded its 737 Max planes. Shares of Boeing, which had lost about 11%, or more than $28 billion in value, before the announcement, fell another 3% immediately after President Donald Trump announced the move from the White House.

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Manafort Request for Leniency Met With a Final Sentence: 7.5 Years

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced Wednesday to a total of 7.5 years in federal prison for financial crimes stemming from twin cases from the special counsel's office.

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'Us' Scares Up Screams and Applause at SXSW Premiere

Jordan Peele is up to his old tricks. The director of "Get Out" was in Austin, Texas on Friday to premiere his latest horror and psychological thriller, "Us." The film, which opened the SXSW film festival, premiered to a packed house at the Paramount Theatre.

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What We Know So Far in the College Admissions Cheating Scandal

The massive college admissions scam, thought to be the biggest ever prosecuted in the United States, is a harsh reminder that wealthy families can cheat their way to even greater privilege. And some say this scandal is just the tip of the iceberg. Here's what we know so far in this developing case:

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Law student, scholar and politician's family among victims in Ethiopian Airlines crash

Grief and sorrow know no borders, but Sunday's Ethiopian Airline crash is truly an international tragedy.

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Democrats go to war with big everything

An emerging sub theme of the 2020 primary so far is that Democrats want to take a wrecking ball to some institutions of the US economy.

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Yes, I will keep listening to Michael Jackson

I believe Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Not because I believe all accusers of sexual molestation should be believed; I don't. Not because I believe that "Leaving Neverland," the HBO documentary by Dan Reed in which both men accuse Michael Jackson of sexually molesting them, answers all the points made by the dead singer's family in his defense; it doesn't.

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No link between diet and dementia? Not so fast

When it comes to diet and dementia, the research can seem like a mixed bag. Certain diets, like the Mediterranean diet, have sometimes been associated with better cognitive outcomes, but some studies have found no link between what people eat and their risk of dementia -- like one published Tuesday in the medical journal JAMA.

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TPG executive Bill McGlashan placed on leave after he's charged in college admissions scheme

William McGlashan, an executive at private equity firm TPG who leads its social impact investing efforts, has been placed on indefinite leave after he was charged in a nationwide scheme to get students into elite colleges.

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A winemaker, a test proctor and a CEO -- These are the people involved in the alleged scam

Dozens of parents, including famous actresses, college coaches and a winemaker were charged in an alleged conspiracy to get students into top colleges, according to a federal criminal complaint.

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Can a 'fertility diet' really help you conceive? In some cases, yes

When it comes to diets, there are many varieties from which to choose: weight loss, plans to lower cholesterol and manage diabetes, and foods to fuel endurance athletes. Now, there's a diet that claims it can boost a woman's chances of having a baby.

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Who is Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei?

As he spent decades building one of the biggest tech companies on the planet, Ren Zhengfei kept a low public profile.

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Howard Schultz to unveil how he'd run country should he become president

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who has been publicly mulling an independent presidential run, is set to offer a glimpse of what his presidency would look like should he run and win in 2020, according to prepared remarks for a Wednesday speech obtained by CNN.

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Favorite TV moms embroiled in alleged college admissions scandal

Two top actresses who rose to fame playing popular TV moms now find themselves at the center of an alleged college admissions scam that reads like a Hollywood plot.

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The college admissions scandal is all about inequality, too

Of course there's a way to buy your way into college, thought everyone who ever wondered how an admissions board separates one kid from another.

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Cheat. Bribe. Lie. Here's how the college admissions scam allegedly worked

The college admissions scheme revealed Tuesday is the largest of its kind ever prosecuted, federal prosecutors said, and features 50 defendants across six states, millions of dollars in illegally funneled funds and a handful of the country's most selective universities.

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Where your kid goes to college doesn't matter as much as you think

Before you "help" your kid get into an Ivy League school through various methods of chicanery, take a very deep breath and consider why it's so important to you that they get into an elite school.

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More than a third of American Catholics question membership in the church after sex abuse crisis, poll says

As a clergy sexual abuse scandal throws the Catholic Church into deep crisis on several continents, more than a third of American Catholics say they have questioned whether to remain in the church, according to a new Gallup poll.

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Manafort sentencing highlights Russia probe looming over Trump

Paul Manafort's final date with his legal destiny on Wednesday -- barring a presidential pardon -- is sure to show why impeachment talk will not be quelled by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's fresh attempts to tamp it down.

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