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Sen. Johnson Cites Commonly Misused Data To Suggest Vaccines Linked To Deaths
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Maryland Governor Issues Blanket Pardon For Lynching Victims
Gov. Larry Hogan granted posthumous pardons to 34 victims of lynching. His office said he was the first governor to do so.
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Bomb Kills At Least 30 Near Girls' School In Afghanistan Capital
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
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Cyberattack Forces Major US Pipeline Company To Halt Operations
Colonial Pipeline operates a system that spans from Texas to New Jersey, moving some 100 million gallons of fuel every day.
BY ALAN SUDERMAN AND ERIC TUCKER, AP
For Romance Or Just Company? Last Wild Macaw In Rio De Janeiro Visits Zoo Every Day
Juliet has visited daily for the last two decades. Some think she's indulging a forbidden romance. Others put it down to loneliness.
BY DAVID BILLER AND MARCELO SILVA DE SOUSA, AP
Paul Van Doren, Co-Founder Of Iconic Vans Sneaker Company, Dead At 90
Van Doren was hailed as an innovator whose “bold experiments” turned the family shoe business into a global brand.
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