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Shireen Abu Akleh was shot dead last week while covering an Israeli military raid on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
The congresswoman condemned those who suggested she promoted the same “great replacement” message behind Saturday's shooting in Buffalo.
The White House said it is working with all major formula producers to boost production, including reaching out to their suppliers.
With the latest SCOTUS decision to further deregulate campaign finance, the Texas senator will be able pay himself back with fresh donor money.
With providers struggling to find workers and parents struggling to find providers, two senators are out with a scaled-back proposal they hope can pass.
Even crypto boosters want new laws, but some experts say regulators already have the legal tools they need.
The crisis has led to the dismissal of dozens of cases and left an estimated 500 defendants statewide without legal representation.
A Los Angeles judge ruled the law violated the right to equal treatment.
The cybersecurity attorney who represented the Clinton campaign in 2016 is accused of lying to the FBI as it investigated potential ties between Trump and Russia in 2016.
One employee said they’d “never been so mad about a cat birthday before,” according to Bloomberg.
Footage of the 29-year-old man peeing into a bag of milkshake mix was uncovered as police were executing a search warrant on his phone as part of a child pornography investigation.
A sixth season is in development at the streaming service with a new batch of episodes that will be “even more cinematic in scope."

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