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New York City sought reimbursement from FEMA for vehicles it said were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. But many of the cars had been marked as junk long before the storm, according to a new settlement.
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Saudi Crown Prince's Visit To India Signals Pivot Eastward For Riyadh
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. has spent the last couple of years covering the run-up to the 2020 census. In today's , he'll answer your questions about the national head count. The conversation starts at 11 a.m. ET.
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As marijuana becomes legal around the country, blacks and Latinos are often left out of new business opportunities.
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A fire raced through the capital of Bangladesh on Wednesday night, killing at least 70 people and injuring dozens.
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The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the Constitution's ban on excessive fines applies to state and local governments — thus limiting their ability to use fines to raise revenue.
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Bangladesh Fire Kills At Least 70 People
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After learning religious exemptions for vaccines had jumped significantly in her area in recent years, one mother started a group to counter misinformation about childhood vaccinations.
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President Trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen is set to appear on Capitol Hill next week to give highly anticipated testimony before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
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New York City Admits Defrauding FEMA Out Of Millions After Superstorm Sandy
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Russia's lower house of parliament has passed a bill banning military personnel from posting about themselves or colleagues online. The measure also restricts the general use of smartphones.
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has decided not to launch his "reconciliation tour" as planned on Thursday at Virginia Union University. The change comes days after the student government president urged the embattled governor to come another time.
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Haitian police arrested several former elite U.S. service members who were driving without license plates and carrying an assortment of automatic rifles, drones and other gear.
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The city of Sarasota, Fla., has removed the phrase "" spray-painted on the leg of the woman in the "Unconditional Surrender" statue.
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A Coast Guard lieutenant and self-described white nationalist is in custody and faces domestic terrorism charges. Prosecutors say he stockpiled weapons and was planning a widespread attack on prominent Democratic lawmakers and journalists at CNN and MSNBC
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Photographer Rahima Gambo's work, 'Education is Forbidden,' attempts to look at how the cultural identity of people living in northeastern Nigeria was slowly being overtaken by news of Boko Haram conflict.
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In a hearing on alleged election fraud in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District, John Harris said he had spoken to his father, Republican candidate Mark Harris, about his concerns with the collection of absentee ballots in a previous election.
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House Democrats Plan Resolution Challenging Trump's Emergency Declaration
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House Democrats plan to file a resolution Friday seeking to block President Trump's emergency declaration aimed at securing funds for building a border wall.
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