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  • U. of Michigan reaches $490M settlement over sexual abuse by a former sports doctor
    The University of Michigan has agreed to a settlement with more than 1,000 people who say they were sexually assaulted by Dr. Robert Anderson at the school during his nearly four-decade career.(Image credit: Robert Kalmbach/Bentley Historical Library University of Michigan via AP)
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    Published on 01-19-22By The Associated Press
    30 mins ago
  • Willie O'Ree's hockey jersey is retired, 64 years after he broke color barrier
    "I will never forget how my teammates in the Bruins locker room accepted me as one of their own," Willie O'Ree said as his No. 22 was lifted to the rafters.(Image credit: Rich Gagnon/Getty Images)
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    Published on 01-19-22By Bill Chappell
    40 mins ago
  • A judge signs a deal to allow Puerto Rico to start emerging from bankruptcy
    The plan marks the largest municipal debt restructuring in U.S. history and was approved following grueling bargaining efforts, heated hearings and multiple delays.(Image credit: Carlos Giusti/AP)
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    Published on 01-19-22By The Associated Press
    3 hours ago
  • Senate Democrats march forward on their all-but-doomed voting rights bills
    Democrats in the Senate will proceed to a vote on two voting rights bills Wednesday, despite lacking the votes needed to pass either measure. (Image credit: Jose Luis Magana/AP)
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    Published on 01-19-22By Alana Wise
    4 hours ago
  • Fashion journalist and icon André Leon Talley has died at 73
    For decades, Talley was the larger-than-life creative director and editor-at-large of Vogue. His influence was felt on fashion runways, where he pushed to include more Black designers and models.(Image credit: Seth Wenig/AP)
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    Published on 01-19-22By Mandalit del Barco
    5 hours ago
  • The U.S. will provide $200 million in military aid to Ukraine amid crisis
    "We are committed to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity and will continue to provide Ukraine the support it needs," a senior State Department official said. (Image credit: Andrew Harnik/AP File Photo)
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    Published on 01-19-22By The Associated Press
    6 hours ago
  • A year after mobilizing for Biden, young supporters feel let down on immigration
    Young people helped mobilize voters for President Biden. Many now feel Biden hasn't pushed hard enough to deliver on the immigration goals he set.(Image credit: Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
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    Published on 01-19-22By Franco Ordoñez
    7 hours ago
  • A push to ban members of Congress from trading individual stocks gains momentum
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., doesn't trade stocks, but thinks lawmakers should be able to pick individual stocks. The top House Republican backs a new ban amid a bipartisan push for reform.(Image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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    Published on 01-19-22By Deirdre Walsh
    7 hours ago
  • White House says Texas synagogue gunman raised no red flags
    Akram was not believed to be included in the Terrorist Screening Database, a listing of known or suspected terrorists maintained by the FBI.(Image credit: Rebecca Slezak/AP)
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    Published on 01-19-22By The Associated Press
    7 hours ago
  • New York's attorney general says Trump's company misled banks, tax officials
    Letitia James' office gave its most detailed accounting yet of its probe into allegations that Trump's company repeatedly misstated the value of assets to get favorable loans or slash its tax burden.(Image credit: Richard Drew/AP)
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    Published on 01-18-22By The Associated Press
    10 hours ago