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Pope Francis Expresses Sorrow But No Apology For Indigenous School Deaths In Canada

Sunday, June 06, 2021

Francis urged political and religious officials to work toward "healing and reconciliation," but he did not formally apologize for the church's role in the forced reeducation of 150,000 children.

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California Assault Weapons Ban 'Disrespects' Freedom, Federal Judge Writes

Saturday, June 05, 2021

A judicial opinion striking down California's long-standing assault weapons ban has raised eyebrows from legal scholars for its rhetoric. California has said it will appeal the ruling.

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More Than Half Of U.S. Adults Have Gotten At Least One COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

Sunday, April 18, 2021

The CDC reported a hopeful statistic in the country's fight against the coronavirus on Sunday. On Monday, every adult in the country will be eligible to register to be vaccinated.

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SpaceX Wins $2.9 Billion Contract For Next Lunar Lander

Saturday, April 17, 2021

The company beat out two others in its bid to develop a lunar lander that will bring Americans back to the moon in the coming years.

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Prince Philip Is Memorialized In An Intimate Funeral Ceremony

Saturday, April 17, 2021

The Duke of Edinburgh, husband to Queen Elizabeth II for 73 years, was celebrated on Saturday. Only 30 people were allowed in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The queen sat alone.

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Officer Who Handcuffed And Pepper-Sprayed Black Army Lieutenant Is Fired

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Lt. Caron Nazario was knocked to the ground and handcuffed by two Windsor, Va., officers after a traffic stop, multiple videos show. The officer who pepper-sprayed Nazario was terminated.

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Georgia Governor Criticizes MLB For Buying Into Liberal 'Lies' About New Election Law

Saturday, April 03, 2021

Major League Baseball announced it would pull this year's All-Star Game and its draft out of Atlanta after Georgia revamped its voting rules. Gov. Brian Kemp says it's an example of "cancel culture."

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Suez Canal Traffic Backlog Finally Cleared Following The Ever Given Saga

Saturday, April 03, 2021

Five days after a massive container vessel was freed from the Suez Canal, ship traffic there has returned to normal, the canal authority says.

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Asian American Local Leader Shows Army Scars: 'Is This Patriot Enough?'

Saturday, March 27, 2021

After referencing a history of discrimination he's experienced, West Chester, Ohio, Board of Trustees Chairman Lee Wong removed his shirt to show scars he got while he was in the military.

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Indonesian 'Mountain of Fire' Erupts Again

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Mount Merapi on the Indonesian island of Java has been erupting regularly and is considered a highly active volcano. No injuries were reported after Saturday's eruptions, but officials advise caution.

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Record-Breaking Snowstorm Blankets Wyoming, Colorado In Blizzard Conditions

Sunday, March 14, 2021

More than 25 inches fell in Cheyenne, Wyo., breaking a record set more than four decades ago. The storm is set to move into the Midwest in the coming hours and days.

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'Life-Changing' Stimulus Checks Begin Rolling Out

Saturday, March 13, 2021

Within days of President Biden signing the relief bill into law, many Americans have been delighted to see bank accounts showing $1,400 deposits already pending.

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Violence Continues In Myanmar As Police Enforce Curfew And Occupy Hospitals

Sunday, March 07, 2021

Witnesses report Myanmar security forces have fired into crowds, and even windows. Observers say at least 54 people have been killed and 1,800 detained since the Feb. 1 coup.

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Texas Won't Reduce $16 Billion In Electricity Charges From Winter Storm

Saturday, March 06, 2021

The state's public utility commission has faced requests to reverse billions of dollars' worth of charges. But doing so might end up causing unintended consequences, the commission says.

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'This Is The Reality Of Black Girls': Inauguration Poet Says She Was Tailed By Guard

Saturday, March 06, 2021

Amanda Gorman, who became a sensation after her poem at Joe Biden's inauguration, says a security guard told her she looked "suspicious."

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Hong Kong Democracy Advocates Charged Under National Security Law

Sunday, February 28, 2021

Authorities charged 47 people with violating a Chinese law aimed at suppressing dissent. The pro-democracy activists, arrested in early January, face life in prison.

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At Least 18 Killed By Myanmar Security Forces In Deadliest Day Since Coup

Sunday, February 28, 2021

Myanmar's military junta has increased its use of violence against peaceful protesters. At least 18 were killed Sunday, the deadliest day yet since the military took power earlier this month.

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Dozens Of Kidnapped Nigerian Students Freed; Hundreds Of Others Still Missing

Saturday, February 27, 2021

The students, who were taken from a school more than a week ago, say they were beaten by the kidnappers. Police are still looking for hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped Friday.

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As Myanmar Mourns Slain Protesters, Military Junta Threatens More Violence

Sunday, February 21, 2021

Thousands gathered to mourn the first protester killed by the Myanmar military since a junta seized power earlier this month. The military has warned of more violence if protests continue.

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Ocasio-Cortez Fundraising Drive For Texas Relief Raises $4 Million

Saturday, February 20, 2021

What began as a call for donations to help Texas residents hurt by the storm grew into millions of dollars that will go to several local charities. Ocasio-Cortez visited a Houston food bank Saturday.

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