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In her debut book, My Monticello, author Jocelyn Nicole Johnson asks what it means to claim a home in a place like Charlottesville, Va., — where whom the city belongs to has long been in question.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Neighborhood residents say the 13-story building was home to many poor, elderly and disabled people. The cause of the fire is still unclear.
Oct. 14, 2021
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The new law means patients can't get hit with pricey, unexpected medical bills. Some experts say the regulation could also slow the growth of health insurance premiums.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Putting off surgeries or routine treatments for serious illnesses has become common during the pandemic, a new NPR/Harvard poll finds.
Oct. 14, 2021
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The union UAW said it was unable to reach an agreement on a new contract with the company, which is known for its signature green and yellow farm equipment.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Judge Colleen McMahon was expected to halt work on the controversial settlement that would give immunity from opioid lawsuits to the Sackler family. Instead she allowed work on the plan to go ahead.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi said many of the casualties were shot by snipers from buildings. The protest was let by militant group Hezbollah and its allies.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark was a key figure in a recent Senate report for his promises to pursue former President Donald Trump's false election fraud claims.
Oct. 14, 2021
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The top two winners of the 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were selected from more than 50,000 entries worldwide. They are a biologist from France and a 10 year old from India.
Oct. 14, 2021
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International travelers must be vaccinated, test negative, be coming from certain countries, quarantine and heed restrictions in public.
Oct. 14, 2021
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On Thursday, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida dissolved the lower house of parliament. The move paves the way for elections Oct. 31, which will be Japan's first of the pandemic.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Police say one arrest has been made in Kongsberg, near the capital of Oslo. The motive is not known.
Oct. 13, 2021
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Nearly half of all U.S. households heat their homes with natural gas. A new report from the Energy Information Administration says they can expect to pay 30% more on average this winter.
Oct. 13, 2021
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The caracal was among four big cats held in cages that let them to go in and out of the owner's garage. Two grabbed the chance to slip through an open gate. One was lured back with raw meat.
Oct. 13, 2021
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"It is further evidence that the league is just corrupt on a larger scale than we can even begin to imagine," said Melanie Coburn, a former cheerleader for the Washington Football Team.
Oct. 13, 2021

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