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    Decision Expected Thursday In CNN Suit Over White House Revoking Acosta's Press Pass

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    Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' Lawyer, Arrested On Allegations Of Domestic Violence

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    'Toxic' Is Oxford Dictionaries' Word Of 2018

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    Richard Kirk claimed he killed his wife four years ago because he ate an edible. That's the topic of ' new podcast, hosted by via

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    "Most of them are financially vulnerably and daily wonder how long they'll be able to keep their doors open." via

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    Sigrid Nunez, Elizabeth Acevedo Among 2018 National Book Award Winners

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    Indigenous women and girls are murdered or disappear from American cities in alarming numbers, but no one knows the true scope of the problem, because no one regularly reports the data. A new effort aims to change that (via )

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    At a news briefing earlier tonight, authorities raised the death toll in California's Camp wildfire to 56, with 47 of them tentatively identified. The number of missing has dropped to 130. In Southern California, a third death was reported from the Woolsey Fire.

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    Opinion: "When 'nationalism' surfaces in developed states, it calls up images of militarism and xenophobia, jackboots and barbed wire, bombast and belligerence," linguist Geoff Nunberg says.

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    Most animals were being treated for burns. While owners have been identified for most of them, some remain unknown -- including a group of cats.

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    Sen. Jeff Flake holds the deciding vote on a narrowly divided Senate Judiciary Committee, which means he could block forward movement on Republican-nominated judicial picks at the committee level for the rest of the year.

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    "Doctors are humans, too, and we can feel these things," New Jersey trauma surgeon Stephanie Bonne says. "We can't just bury that."

  14. 6 hours ago

    Every 10 minutes a child dies in Yemen, on average, according to the U.N. More than 400,000 children are starving. Another 1.5 million are acutely malnourished and need aid to survive.

  15. 6 hours ago

    A rare bee cultivated by the Maya more than 3,000 years ago may be going extinct in its natural habitat in Mexico, but a mysterious relocation to Cuba may save its future.

  16. 7 hours ago

    New research suggests Neanderthals' lives weren't as violent as the stereotype implies.

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    A federal judge will rule tomorrow on whether the Trump administration's decision to yank CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press pass violated the First Amendment.

  18. 7 hours ago

    Native Americans are six times more vulnerable to the impacts of wildfires than white people, according to a study by researchers from the University of Washington and the Nature Conservancy. Black and Hispanic people are about 50 percent more vulnerable.

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    All of the injured animals are being treated at no cost because of the Veterinary Catastrophic Need Fund, which is for animals hurt in wildfires or other natural disasters or accidents.

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    The Mexican president-elect's leftist party, which now has a majority in Congress, has introduced legislation that would allow citizens to grow and sell pot.


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