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How China’s new language policy sparked rare backlash in Inner Mongolia

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Ethnic Mongolian students and parents in northern China have staged mass school boycotts over a new curriculum that would scale back education in their mother tongue, in a rare and highly visible protest against the...

In tell-all book, Michael Cohen says Trump hired a ‘Faux-Bama’ during White House run

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Before Donald Trump ever sought the Oval Office, he was preoccupied by its occupant President Barack Obama, publicly questioning his birthplace and privately describing him as "a Manchurian candidate" who obtained h...

Campers warned to shelter in place as wildfire rages near a reservoir in Northern California

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Officials warned campers to shelter in place at Mammoth Pool Reservoir in Northern California on Saturday after the only road to safety was blocked by wildfire. The Creek Fire burning in the Sierra National Forest h...

Judge orders Trump administration to stop ‘winding down’ 2020 Census field work

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A federal judge on Saturday ordered the Trump administration to temporarily stop "winding down or altering any Census field operations." The order applies nationwide. The temporary restraining order is the firs...

Thousands evacuated as powerful Typhoon Haishen barrels toward Japan and the Korean Peninsula

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Hundreds of thousands of people have been evacuated out of the path of a powerful typhoon that's expected to make landfall in southwestern Japan on Sunday. Typhoon Haishen has sustained winds of 195 kph (121 mph) an...

With their club closed, these drag queens are delivering dinner and a show right to your door

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A popular San Francisco cabaret and nightclub is making the best of the pandemic shutdown with a meal delivery service that offers a lot more than just food and drinks. D'Arcy Drollinger, who owns Oasis, started a ...

This celebrity used her Instagram following to help teachers stock their classrooms with school supplies

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It all began with a DM. Laura Ciervo, a preschool and elementary school-based speech language pathologist in New Jersey, had created an Amazon wish list of school supplies for the upcoming year. While many schools o...

Facebook stops French man streaming his dying days

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Paris Facebook has prevented a French man with an incurable illness from streaming his own death on the social media site, according to a company statement. Alain Cocq, 57, from Dijon in eastern France, has a rare in...

Authentic wins the Kentucky Derby

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Authentic won the 146th running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, with favored Tiz the Law coming in second. Traditionally, the race has been held on the first Saturday of May, but the coronavirus pandemic forced r...

Two Mississippi boaters reel in a massive one-eyed alligator weighing over 477.6 pounds

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It was like a scene right out of Jurassic Park when two gator hunters pulled a massive alligator out of a Mississippi marsh. "I said, we have a dinosaur, this thing is huge!" John Ladner told CNN. Ladner and his f...

Western New York school district delays classes after wave of teacher resignations and leaves of absence

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A school district outside Buffalo, New York, has delayed the start of online-only learning programs for grades 5-12 because of mass staff resignations and leaves of absence, the superintendent announced on Friday. I...

Boats participating in a Trump support parade sink in Texas, officials say

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Several boats taking part in a Trump support parade on Lake Travis in Texas have sunk, officials said Saturday. The Travis County Sheriff's Office tweeted that it responded to multiple calls involving boats in distr...

Chicago police say officers fatally shot knife-wielding man after failing to subdue him with a Taser

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Chicago police officers shot and killed a knife-wielding man early Saturday after they failed to subdue him with a Taser, police said. Officers had responded to a call about a person stabbed in Vittum Park around 1:...

Navajo Nation mourns the death of a Fort Hood soldier, the latest in a series of deaths at the base

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The Navajo Nation says it's "deeply disturbed" by a recent series of deaths at Fort Hood, Texas, after learning one of its own died earlier this week. Pvt. Corlton Chee of Pinehill, New Mexico, collapsed during a tr...

Miracle on the Hudson pilot ‘Sully’ Sullenberger blasts Trump over a report he disparaged fallen US service members

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The pilot vaunted for his grace under pressure as he landed an airliner in the Hudson River called President Donald Trump "completely unfit" for office and urged people to "vote him out" in response to a report in T...

Steve Irwin’s family looks back on his life and legacy on the 14th anniversary of his death

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It's been 14 years since the world lost Steve Irwin, and his loved ones are remembering his life and legacy. Irwin, the former TV host known as the "Crocodile Hunter," died in 2006 after being stabbed by the barb o...

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