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Venezuela's Maduro Wins Boycotted Elections Amid Charges Of Fraud
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The house system has been a powerful model for giving students a sense of camaraderie and belonging. Educators say it's also helped reduce bullying.
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Zhao Kangmin, an archaeologist who identified China's long-lost clay army of 8,000 soldiers, died on Wednesday.
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Foods that contains genetically modified ingredients will soon have a special label. How that label might look is a bit… confusing.
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The tariffs are supposed to protect U.S. businesses, but small business owner Mary Buchzeiger doesn't see it that way. "They're attacks on U.S. companies that are using Chinese goods," she says.
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"From Twinkle, With Love" is packed with texts, notes and the occasional email, but the bulk is a diary of the private thoughts of Twinkle herself, writes Alethea Kontis.
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It's been a week of dramatic developments for Israel and Gaza. But have these developments really changed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
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Justify's next stop: the final jewel of the Triple Crown at Belmont Stakes in New York on June 9 🐎
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The season 43 finale was Tina Fey's sixth time hosting SNL, and her musical guest was Nicki Minaj.
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Here is a guide to what the proposal could do and what it could mean for Planned Parenthood and the family planning program.
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"We had Hurricane Harvey end of last August, and now this," Republican Congressman Randy Weber said. "We will pull together, we will grieve together, we will love one another, we'll work together."
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The World Health Organization's deputy director general for emergencies tells NPR that the declaration of "urban Ebola" in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a major shift in this outbreak.
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After John Kelly's NPR interview went viral, an activist genealogist posted a page from the 1900 federal census. She says it shows Kelly's maternal great-grandfather was an illiterate Italian day laborer who spoke no English.
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Betsy DeVos didn't stop by any public or charter schools in the nation's largest school system on her visit to New York City this week. Instead, she visited two private religious schools.
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"You expect some coffee shops to be better than others. Some bakeries are better than others," a biomedical engineering professor says. "That's how I thought pharmacies work."
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At least six prominent defenders of women's rights in Saudi Arabia were detained this week, six weeks before the kingdom's ban on women from driving is due to be lifted.
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After nearly 60 years, a Chicago-area man decided to seek out the two little girls he tormented as a child in elementary school.
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A new law in Kenya allows for a fine of up to $50,000, two years of jail time, or both, to be imposed on any person who intentionally publishes false information.
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On-air challenge: Every answer is a popular ad slogan. The first word is an anagram of one of the words in the slogan. The second is one of the other words in the slogan. Ex: PEEKS GOING ➡️ It keeps going ... and going ... and going.
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Giuliani says the special counsel’s office informed the president’s legal team of this in the past few weeks. Giuliani acknowledged the investigation could continue beyond that date into avenues unrelated to the president himself.
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