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A Myanmar court on Monday sentenced ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi to four years for incitement and breaking virus restrictions. In this photo from December 2019, Suu Kyi waits to address judges of the International Court of Justice on the second day of three days of hearings in The Hague, Netherlands. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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A Myanmar court sentences ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 4 years

The ruling is the first in a series of cases brought against the Suu Kyi since the army seized power on Feb. 1, blocking her National League for Democracy party from starting a second term in office.

Mourners grieve at Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., on Wednesday, the day after a gunman opened fire at the school, killing four students and wounding seven other people. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Michigan's attorney general wants to investigate the Oxford school shooting

State AG Dana Nessel said her office is the "perfect agency" to conduct a full review of the shooting that killed four students. The investigation would focus on the events leading up to the tragedy.

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'Tis the season for coping with SAD, or seasonal affective disorder

It's getting darker and colder, and there's still a pandemic. Oh, and then there's seasonal affective disorder. Here's how to spot it and what you can do.

How to cope SAD, or seasonal affective disorder

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People gather at the memorial for the dead and wounded outside of Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., on Friday. A 15-year-old has been charged as an adult with murder and terrorism. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Michigan shooting suspect is among thousands of U.S. minors charged as adults each year

Prosecutors charged the 15-year-old accused of killing four students and injuring others at a Michigan High School as an adult. Thousands of children are tried or incarcerated as adults each year.

Michigan shooting suspect is among thousands of U.S. minors charged as adults yearly

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Strata-East Records founders, from left: Trumpeter Charles Tolliver and pianist Stanley Cowell, photographed in 1970. David Redfern/Redferns/Getty hide caption

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Strata-East at 50: How a revolutionary record label put control in artists' hands

To celebrate their 50-year anniversary, we trace the history and legacy of the independent jazz record label Strata-East founded by trumpeter Charles Tolliver and the late pianist Stanley Cowell.

Strata-East at 50: How a revolutionary record label put control in artists' hands

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This Hanukkah lamp, made in Italy in the 19th century, depicts Judith holding a sword in one hand and the severed head of Holofernes in the other. The Jewish Museum, New York / Art Resource, NY hide caption

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A hidden Hanukkah tale of a woman, an army and some killer cheese

Many Jewish families celebrate with foods like latkes. But some also eat dishes like blintzes that are made with cheese. How did cheese make it into the menu? The story starts with a beautiful widow.

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Thomas Gavin might be America's most prolific artifact thief — but the jig is up

Thomas Gavin went on a tear in the '60s and '70s, hitting nearly a dozen museums on the east coast. He mostly stole antique firearms and stashed them in his hideout — a barn in rural Pennsylvania.

Thomas Gavin might be America's most prolific artifact thief — but the jig is up

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5 tips on being a kinder neighbor and fostering a sense of community

What does it mean to be a kinder, more caring neighbor? From Daniel Tiger's world of make-believe to Winnipeg, here's how to plug into your community, practice small acts of kindness and boost your mood. We'll also think critically about being neighborly when things get complicated.

5 tips on being a kinder neighbor and fostering a sense of community

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