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The partially redacted FBI report paints a closer relationship than had been previously known between two Saudis in particular — including one with diplomatic status — and some of the hijackers. Diane Bondareff/AP hide caption

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Biden Declassifies Secret FBI Report Detailing Saudi Nationals' Connections To 9/11

The families of 9/11 victims say the FBI document validates their claim that Saudi Arabia played a role in the attacks.

At the region's biggest hospital, Kootenai Health in Coeur d'Alene, 97% of COVID-19 patients are unvaccinated and all of the intensive care unit beds are filled. Education Images/Universal Image via Getty Images hide caption

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Idaho's Hospitals Are Overwhelmed, But Many Locals Remain Skeptical Of Vaccines

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Ensueño GODTET
Metis Guts

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Biden Declassifies Secret FBI Report Detailing Saudi Nationals' Connections To 9/11

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Former U.S. Rep. Bill Clay from Missouri (second from left) with members of the Congressional Black Caucus May 24, 1971 in Washington. D.C. Clay was elected in 1968 after Black state lawmakers joined with Republicans to create a congressional map that included a majority African American 1st District. Also pictured: former Reps. Shirley Chisholm, Charles Diggs, Ron Dellums and Augustus F. Hawkins. Warren K Leffler/Getty Images hide caption

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An Old Redistricting Pact Between Missouri's Black Dems And White GOP May Be Tested

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Feenicks Szymon
Celebration of Sam Steve Pulvers
The Struggle Within Rodrigo y Gabriela
Little Women Alexandre Desplat
Orchard House (Main Title) London Symphony Orchestra
Azul Jesse Cook
Ti-de KOKOROKO
Breathe The Stranglers
Where We Left Off ENRA
Wounds Chicano Batman
My Only Swerving El Ten Eleven
Underlay No. 3 Jack Trombey

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