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  • Nearly 27 Years After Hindu Mob Destroyed A Mosque, The Scars In India Remain Deep
    The 16th-century Babri mosque's destruction marked a turning point in Indian politics. Thousands, mostly Muslims, died afterward in riots. The prime minister vows to build a Hindu temple on the site.(Image credit: Douglas E. Curran/AFP/Getty Images)
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    Published on 04-25-19By Lauren Frayer
    2 hours ago
  • FBI And IRS Raid Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s Home And Offices At City Hall
    Pugh is being investigated for receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments for a self-published children's book from private companies that were subject to her influence.(Image credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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    Published on 04-25-19By Bill Chappell
    4 hours ago
  • Kim Jong Un Willing To Denuclearize If Given Security Guarantees, Putin Says
    The two leaders met Thursday to discuss denuclearization and sanctions. No major agreements came out of the summit, but the two leaders said they were satisfied with the talks.(Image credit: Alexei Nikolsky/AP)
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    Published on 04-25-19By Matthew S. Schwartz
    4 hours ago
  • Biden Launches 2020 Campaign As Rescue Mission For America’s ‘Soul’
    The 76-year-old former vice president focused on President Trump's response to Charlottesville in his announcement. He enters the presidential race with renewed scrutiny of his decades in public life.(Image credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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    Published on 04-25-19By Jessica Taylor
    6 hours ago
  • Majority Of Americans Say Drug Companies Should Be Held Responsible For Opioid Crisis
    According to a new NPR/Ipsos opioid poll, 71% of Americans surveyed also say the government should do more to curb the epidemic.(Image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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    Published on 04-25-19By Brian Mann
    7 hours ago
  • Visas Are The Newest Weapon In U.S.-China Rivalry
    This year, the U.S. canceled visas for prominent Chinese scholars with government links and has delayed visas to hundreds of Chinese students. Meanwhile, U.S. academics fail to receive visas to China.(Image credit: Zhang Peng/LightRocket via Getty Images)
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    Published on 04-25-19By Emily Feng
    7 hours ago
  • Parkland School Shooter Public Defenders Seek To Withdraw Because Cruz Has Money Now
    A parent's life insurance policy will mean a more than $400,000 payout for Nikolas Cruz. The public defender's office can only represent people who can't afford representation on their own.(Image credit: Taimy Alvarez/AP)
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    Published on 04-24-19By Matthew S. Schwartz
    9 hours ago
  • Tony Award-Winning Playwright Mark Medoff Dies At Age 79
    Medoff is best known for Children of a Lesser God, a play about a young deaf woman's romance with her speech teacher.(Image credit: Justin Walters/AP)
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    Published on 04-24-19By Richard Gonzales
    13 hours ago
  • CDC Reports Largest U.S. Measles Outbreak Since Year 2000
    There are 695 cases in 22 states. HHS Secretary Alex Azar said the spike was "avoidable" and he called measles vaccines "among the most extensively studied medical products we have."(Image credit: Seth Wenig/AP)
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    Published on 04-24-19By Richard Gonzales
    15 hours ago
  • NRA Sues Over LA Law Requiring Contractors To Disclose Ties To The Gun Rights Group
    Los Angeles wants to know whether city contractors also do business with the NRA. An attorney for the gun rights group calls it "McCarthyism."(Image credit: Nick Ut/AP)
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    Published on 04-24-19By Richard Gonzales
    16 hours ago