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Iran's regime has one response for popular uprisings: Crackdown

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Putin's moves to escalate the war in Ukraine has sparked panic and protests in Russia

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Immigration policy expert gives U.S. immigration system an F

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STD rates are surging. Here's why

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Anti-government protests grow in Iran after a woman died in police custody

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How NBA players got an infamous team-owner to sell

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Why some blame record corporate profits for high prices

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Newly released texts highlight corruption in Mississippi welfare scandal

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5 things the U.N. boss is very worried about and signal 'a time of great peril'

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Ken Starr, the independent counsel who investigated Clinton, has died at 76

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Zelenskyy's former spokesperson writes about working with the Ukrainian president

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Ukrainian delegation rallies Washington for support

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Encore: Brooke Shields is getting older in the public eye and wants to talk about it

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Big crowds and world leaders will attend the queen's funeral. Security is top of mind

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U.S. deputy marshals escort six-year-old Ruby Bridges from William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans in November 1960. AP hide caption

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Ruby was the first Black child to desegregate her school. This is what she learned

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