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Helen Hunt Says Her Idea For 'Twister' Sequel With Black, Brown Cast Got Rejected
The "Mad About You" star said she and her co-writers could "barely get a meeting" on the now-defunct project, which she'd also planned to direct.
By 
CURTIS M. WONG
Congress Passes Bill To Designate Pulse Nightclub As National Memorial
Five years after the deadly mass shooting, the legislation will create a national memorial at the gay nightclub in Orlando where 49 people were killed.
By 
SARAH RUIZ-GROSSMAN
Key House Dem Demands Answers About Prominent White Nationalist In The Air Force
Months after a HuffPost investigation revealed that Shawn McCaffrey graduated boot camp, Rep. Jackie Speier wants to know why he is still in the military.
By 
CHRISTOPHER MATHIAS
WHAT'S HAPPENING
Democrats May Need To Change Their Voting Rights Bill If They Want It To Pass
U.S. Deaths From Heart Disease And Diabetes Climbed Amid Pandemic
Carbon Dioxide Levels Hit 50% Higher Than Preindustrial Time
Senate Passes Legislation To Support Victims Of Mysterious ‘Havana Syndrome’
Democrats Reintroduce Bill To Protect Abortion As Reproductive Rights Are Under Attack
Johnson & Johnson Doses At Risk Of Expiring As FDA Mulls Extension
Fewer Than 2% Of Movie Characters Are Muslim, Report Finds
Actor Riz Ahmed, who has spoken candidly about Muslim representation on screen, said he hopes the report ignites change.
By 
ROWAIDA ABDELAZIZ
Bitcoin Is Now Legal Tender In El Salvador
The U.S. dollar is still the currency of reference, but anyone who invests three Bitcoin in the country -- currently about $105,000 -- will be entitled to permanent residency.
BY MARCUS ALEMAN, AP
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Home Isn’t A Guarantee When You’re Always Running From An Abuser
Survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence experience housing insecurity at disproportionate rates and as a direct result of the violence they’ve endured. The pandemic has made it unimaginably worse.
By 
ALANNA VAGIANOS
Mom And Daughter Tearfully Reunite At U.S. Border After 6 Years Apart
The reunion between Glenda Valdez and 9-year-old Emely only because Glenda saw a photo of her daughter in a story on young people crossing the Mexican border.alone.
BY ACACIA CORONADO, AP
Kamala Harris Tells Migrants 'Do Not Come' To U.S. Border In Guatemala Speech
The vice president's comment drew a strong rebuke from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
BY AP
Myanmar Nun Describes Taking Brave Stand To Protect Pro-Democracy Protesters
Sister Ann Rosa Nu Tawng said she was prepared to die to safeguard anti-coup demonstrators.
By 
CAROL KURUVILLA
Reports: NY Gov. Cuomo's Vaccine Czar Made Concerning Calls To Gauge Loyalty
Larry Schwartz, who runs New York's coronavirus vaccination effort, has reportedly called county officials to determine their loyalty to beleaguered Governor Andrew Cuomo.
BY AP
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