Report reveals allegations of police abuses in New York City
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Report reveals allegations of police abuses in New York City

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a measure allowing the disciplinary records of…

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Chicago public schools to be fully remote this fall amid COVID-19 pandemic
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Chicago public schools to be fully remote this fall amid COVID-19 pandemic

Facing a slow but steady rise in new COVID-19 cases in Chicago, and the possibility…

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Single man who always wanted kids adopts teenager in foster care
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Single man who always wanted kids adopts teenager in foster care

As a single man, Peter Mutabazi, didn’t know if he could become a foster parent.…

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A look at Biden’s potential running mates: Elizabeth Warren, Susan Rice, and Val Demings
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A look at Biden’s potential running mates: Elizabeth Warren, Susan Rice, and Val Demings

Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is expected to announce his pick for vice president next…

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New York prosecutors cite Trump Organization’s “possible criminal activity”
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New York prosecutors cite Trump Organization’s “possible criminal activity”

Prosecutors in New York are citing “possible criminal activity” at the Trump Organization in a…

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Does the U.S. need another Reconstruction to address impacts of racism?
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Does the U.S. need another Reconstruction to address impacts of racism?

The U.S. is continuing to struggle with the consequences of slavery and generations of institutionalized…

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Beirut’s main port devastated by deadly blast
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Beirut’s main port devastated by deadly blast

The death toll is sure to rise after the huge explosion at Beirut’s port Tuesday…

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African countries grapple with surge in coronavirus cases
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African countries grapple with surge in coronavirus cases

Coronavirus cases are surging in Africa sparking growing concern from top public health experts. The…

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Tourist damages 200-year-old Italian sculpture while posing for a photo
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Tourist damages 200-year-old Italian sculpture while posing for a photo

An Austrian tourist broke several toes off of the original plaster of the 200-year-old sculpture,…

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SnapBar bridges small businesses with larger companies through “Keep Your City Smiling”
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SnapBar bridges small businesses with larger companies through “Keep Your City Smiling”

In a recent U.S. Chamber of Commerce poll, 58 percent of small businesses said they…

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