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The Department of Homeland Security issued a bulletin warning of a continued threat from domestic violent extremists "with objections to the exercise of governmental authority and the presidential transition."
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Indigenous health care workers treat patients last week at a campaign hospital set up in the Parque das Tribos neighborhood of Manaus, Brazil. Oxygen shortages at hospitals in Brazil's Amazon prompted authorities to airlift patients to other states.
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Rioters storm the Capitol on Jan. 6. Three individuals associated with an extremist group were indicted Wednesday on charges that include conspiracy and obstructing an official proceeding.
President Biden will sign executive orders Thursday that would revoke a Trump-era policy cutting funds to global organizations that offer abortion and to expand access to health insurance.
A Wyoming County Predicts 'Total Economic Devastation' From Biden Leasing Ban
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The Rio Grande as seen from the Gateway International Bridge in Matamoros, Mexico in 2019. A mother and her four daughters from Honduras crossed the river nearly three years ago to seek asylum. The daughters were released from a federally-funded shelter and placed with their father in Virginia. Their mother is currently in a shelter in Honduras.
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The nearly 5,600-page legislative package that Congress passed in December includes new laws regarding aid to rural hospitals, funds for training more physicians, modest improvements in mental health care parity, and medical bill transparency.
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California's first surgeon general, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, is sworn in by Gov. Gavin Newsom in February 2019. A leading voice on health care equity, she's helping shape the state's vaccination makeover following its rocky start.
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Cloris Leachman, pictured in 1974, seemed game for anything, from playing a creepy housekeeper in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein to competing on ABC's Dancing With the Stars.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield appears before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearing on her nomination to be the United States ambassador to the United Nations, Wednesday.
Billye Aaron listens during "A Celebration of Henry Louis Aaron," a memorial service celebrating the life and enduring legacy of the late Hall of Famer and American icon at Truist Park in Atlanta.
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