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President Trump is expected to sign the measure, ending a years-long ordeal for the victims after concerns that the fund was on the verge of running out of money.
July 23, 2019
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It's the first state in the nation to outlaw the practice, which animal-rights advocates say is equivalent to chopping off a person's fingers at the first knuckle.
July 23, 2019
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Lawmakers across the U.S. and in the EU argue that labels like "vegan sausage" or "cauliflower rice" mislead people. Tofurky, the ACLU and others are suing, saying new label laws violate free speech.
July 23, 2019
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The deal, approved by a federal judge on Tuesday, enshrines the right of transgender individuals to use bathrooms that match their gender identities in many North Carolina public buildings.
July 23, 2019
Krassner, who died July 21, published and edited the magazine The Realist from 1958 until 1974 and became known as "the father of the underground press." Originally broadcast in 1988.
July 23, 2019
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Yelena Grigoryeva was found near her home in St. Petersburg on Sunday, with multiple stab wounds and signs of strangulation, activists said on social media.
July 23, 2019
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"We are confident we brought down one drone; we may have brought down a second," CENTCOM Commander Gen. Kenneth McKenzie said on Tuesday during an interview with CBS News.
July 23, 2019
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While the prolific Hollywood writer's career is well-documented, his personal history has been a mystery. His memoir is painful and inspiring, infuriating and full of hope, humorous and depressing.
July 23, 2019
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History will likely judge that Li deserved his moniker for his role in the Tiananmen Square massacre. He appeared on television to declare martial law. After that, troops descended on protesters.
July 23, 2019

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