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Samuel Little, America’s most prolific serial killer, acted as ‘kindly grandpa’ until ‘monster’ came out: doc

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Samuel Little, who confessed to having committed 93 murders in 14 different states between 1970 and 2005, passed away in late 2020 at age 80. He was serving a life sentence at the time. Before his death, the New York...

As America’s youth faces mental health ‘crisis,’ Biden admin sets focus on pandemic’s impact on children

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The first volume of the handbook, released in February, issued guidance on how to safely reopen U.S. public schools during the pandemic while the second volume makes clear that months of school closures may have nega...

‘America’s Most Wanted Overtime’: How accused couple’s lust for luxury could reveal whereabouts

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According to their FBI profiles, both John and Julieanne Dimitrion are described as having "expensive tastes" in clothing, cars, jewelry, and more, with host Nancy Grace noting that greed-inspired criminals "can give...

Latin America’s grueling battle with Covid-19 isn’t letting up

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Bogota, Colombia More than 100 days since the first Covid-19 vaccinations in Latin America, the pandemic is still dangerously resurging in some areas. The region's recent battle with the coronavirus remains marked by...

America’s next Covid-19 culture war is here

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This was excerpted from the March 31 edition of CNN's Meanwhile in America, the daily email about US politics for global readers. Click here to read past editions and subscribe. It's America's next Covid-19 culture ...

Secretary Pete, going ‘big’ on road projects won’t fix America’s cities. This is what will

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Charles Marohn is founder and president of Strong Towns and the author of "Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity." The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own. .leftsid...

These are stark reminders of America’s divisions

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President Joe Biden's visit to Atlanta was supposed to be a victory lap. He and Vice President Kamala Harris would tout the $ 1.9 trillion stimulus package -- and all the local sweeteners inside -- in the state res...

Sailing: America’s Cup yachts close on speeds of 100 kph

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Peter Burling and Max Sirena will be fierce rivals over the next week or so as they compete for the "Auld Mug" but they are united in their admiration for the AC75 class of boat that will be used for the first time i...

Man arrested after allegedly defacing ‘America’s Stonehenge’ with suspected QAnon-related graffiti

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A New Jersey man was arrested Monday after defacing an ancient rock formation in 2019 with suspected QAnon-related graffiti, according to police in Salem, New Hampshire. Mark Russo, 50, was charged with one count of...

Lawmakers to revive proposal for federal commission tasked with examining America’s history of racism

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Two Democratic lawmakers will reintroduce legislation Thursday calling for the formation of the first federal racial justice commission tasked with examining the country's history of systemic racism against Black pe...

After 68 years in prison, America’s oldest juvenile lifer was released

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Joe Ligon, believed to be the oldest and longest-serving juvenile lifer in the United States, has been released from a Pennsylvania prison after spending nearly seven decades behind bars. Ligon was incarcerated in ...

For once, America’s polarizing extremities are not limited to its politics

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This was excerpted from the February 17 edition of CNN's Meanwhile in America, the daily email about US politics for global readers. Click here to read past editions and subscribe. It's cold out there. A severe blas...

It’s time to stop calling slavery America’s ‘original sin’

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James Goodman, distinguished professor of history at Rutgers University, Newark, is the author of "Stories of Scottsboro," "Blackout" and "But Where Is the Lamb?" The views expressed here are his own. Read more opini...

Overwhelmed by Covid deaths, America’s largest cemetery refrigerates bodies — and funerals take up to a month

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Spanning 1,400 acres and eight venues, Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary is the biggest cemetery in North America. But the number of Covid-19-related deaths since the holidays have so challenged its capacity tha...

Dogs likely migrated to the Americas with humans over 15,000 years ago, study says

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Dogs have been following humans for thousands of years. Archaeological and genetic data has revealed that dogs accompanied humans when they were migrating to the Americas from East Asia, according to a study publis...

In Biden’s Oval Office, Cesar Chavez takes his place among America’s heroes

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The Oval Office décor quickly changed after President Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. Walls featuring figures such as Andrew Jackson were replaced with portraits of Founding Fathers and busts of civil rights ...

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