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Citing “irregularities” in vote results, Pete Buttigieg’s campaign questioned his third-place finish in Nevada’s caucuses and called for the state’s Democrats to release a more detailed breakdown of votes and address reports of more than 200 problems allocating votes Saturday.
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White House officials are expected to ask Congress for emergency funding this week to battle the coronavirus amid growing fears of a larger outbreak in the US, two officials familiar with the forthcoming request said.
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Two snowmobilers in Colorado narrowly escaped disaster when they accidentally triggered an avalanche.
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Police cleared the Jewish community center in Albany, New York, on Sunday after a person affiliated with the center received an emailed bomb threat, authorities said.
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Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote a scathing dissent late Friday night, castigating the government for repeatedly asking the Supreme Court on an emergency basis to allow controversial policies to go into effect and charging her conservative colleagues on the court with being too eager to side with the Trump administration on such requests.
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Docents at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia have not always reflected its diverse, vibrant collection.
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It’s been weeks since a newborn baby in Florida went missing. Officials are now offering an $8,000 reward to locate the baby boy.
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Joe Biden claimed in an interview televised Sunday that Russians had spent a “lot of money” on bots to go on Facebook and claim that ‘Biden is a bad guy” — only to later admit that the information came from his staff, not the intelligence community.
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Around 10,000 demonstrators in Germany on Sunday marched through the town of Hanau to mourn nine victims who were fatally shot by a suspected right-wing extremist last week.
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