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Upcoming Santa Fe High School documentary tells stories of survivors and victims

5 hours ago   |   ABC

"It's three years later and we're expected to be OK, but we're not." The film due out in the fall gives the untold story of a dark day
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Anti-poverty group flunks lawmakers for blocking Harlem charter school

Anti-poverty group flunks lawmakers for blocking Harlem charter school

10 hours ago   |   New York Post

The head of New York City's oldest children's anti-poverty group accused state lawmakers of hurting poor Harlem kids by blocking the opening of a new charter school in the...
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Former Houston doctor who overcame COVID-19 walks Grand Canyon

11 hours ago   |   ABC

Doctors didn't give this Houston doctor a chance to make it, let alone walk again. But after 39 days in the hospital, he crossed off a life goal.
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'This won't take away our joy': North Carolina wedding venue denies gay couple marriage

11 hours ago   |   ABC

"The fact that we don't have access to things that other people have equal access to is discrimination in my eyes."
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Titanic Anniversary: Remembering the third-class passengers

11 hours ago   |   ABC

Approximately 1,517 passengers were on board the Titanic. 709 of them were third class passengers.
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America's reckoning with systemic racism forces more critical look at everyday words, phrases that have racist connotations

12 hours ago   |   ABC

America's reckoning with systemic racism is now forcing a more critical look at the language we use.
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New mass vaccination clinics open in Philadelphia & Delaware County

19 hours ago   |   ABC

A combined 16,000 people will be vaccinated this weekend at two new mass clinics in Philadelphia and Delaware County.
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Thinking of ‘Bridgerton' cast or the Kardashians as hot reinforces ‘racial hierarchy' in the UK, Guardian column argues

Thinking of ‘Bridgerton' cast or the Kardashians as hot reinforces ‘racial hierarchy' in the UK, Guardian column argues

21 hours ago   |   RT

Considering stars of TV show Bridgerton or the Kardashians to be attractive and wanting mixed-race people to be sterilized are two sides of the same coin of white supremacy, a...
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Work of slavery-era composer gets new life from Handel and Haydn Society

21 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

When the Handel and Haydn Society began in 1815, America was still four decades away from abolishing slavery. H+H would play concerts to support the Union Army, celebrate the...
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3 Bay Area counties are vaccinating ages 16+ ahead of California's April 15 expansion

1 day ago   |   ABC

We are days away from the state's vaccine eligibility expansion, but these counties are getting ahead of the state and opening up eligibility now:
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Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters, Makes History For Japan

Hideki Matsuyama Wins Masters, Makes History For Japan

Matsuyama entered the tournament ranked 25th in the world and emerged as the first Japanese person to win a golf major. Read more ...

'Sign of hope': More than 30 San Francisco public schools set to reopen

BACK TO SCHOOL, AT LAST: After more than a year of remote classes, dozens of public schools are reopening in San Francisco. Read more ...

Former Walmart employee drives into store after getting fired

Former Walmart employee drives into store after getting fired

A disgruntled former Walmart employee in North Carolina is accused of crashing into his old workplace and driving through the aisles, a report said. Lacy Gentry, 32, who was... Read more ...

Iran's Zarif blames Israel for Natanz incident, vows revenge

Iran blames its regional arch-foe Israel for Sunday's incident at the Natanz nuclear facility. Read more ...

Leader of Merkel's party seeks backing in bid for chancellor

The new leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel's party says he's confident of securing his party's support to become the center-right candidate for Germany's next leader, after he... Read more ...

Death of motorist shot by Minneapolis-area officer sparks unrest

Death of motorist shot by Minneapolis-area officer sparks unrest

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US Federal Reserve chair says economy at ‘inflection point'

The economy is about to 'start growing more quickly' even as COVID remains a risk, Powell says. Read more ...

Baeksang Arts Awards Announces Nominations For Best Films And Dramas

Which drama, film, actor and actress will win the prize at the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards? The nominations for excellence in film and drama are out. Read more ...

EXPLAINER: Iran atomic sites targeted by diplomacy, sabotage

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Iran's nuclear program has been targeted by diplomatic efforts and sabotage attacks over the last decade, with the latest incident striking its... Read more ...

Reports: Bruins nab Taylor Hall

Bruins GM Don Sweeney was very business Sunday night and into Monday morning, first adding some puck-moving ability on the back end and then reportedly swinging for the fences... Read more ...