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The Steller's sea eagle is one of the largest raptors in the world, weighing up to 20 pounds with an eight-foot wingspan. There are only about 4,000 of them left. John Charles Putrino hide caption

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One of the rarest eagles in the world has birdwatchers flocking to Maine

A rare Stellar's sea eagle is visiting the Maine Coast and drawing birders from all over the country

In this Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 file photo, a man holds a Bible as Trump supporters gather outside the Capitol in Washington, D.C. The Christian imagery and rhetoric on view during the Capitol insurrection are sparking renewed debate about the societal effects of melding Christian faith with an exclusionary breed of nationalism. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Christian nationalism is still thriving — and is a force for returning Trump to power

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The Steller's sea eagle is one of the largest raptors in the world, weighing up to 20 pounds with an eight-foot wingspan. There are only about 4,000 of them left. John Charles Putrino hide caption

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One of the rarest eagles in the world has birdwatchers flocking to Maine

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Former U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin, shown here before the opening ceremony of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation finance ministers meeting in Beijing in 2014 is one of the three nominees President Joe Biden announced for the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors on Friday. Andy Wong/AP file photo hide caption

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Biden announces three more Federal Reserve nominees

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