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Bitcoin's ups and downs may make investors squeamish, but those in the community are used to the fluctuations and say the underlying technology can still change the world.
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More asylum-seekers are being rejected under new U.S. policies, lawyers say
"I can't go back because if I do he will carry out his threats," a Honduran woman who was denied asylum said of a man who raped and beat her.
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In its first statement on the Pennsylvania sexual abuse report, the Vatican said it must "learn hard lessons from its past."
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Admiral who oversaw Bin Laden raid to Trump: 'Revoke my security clearance, as well'
In an open letter, retired four-star Adm. William McRaven said he stands with former CIA Director John Brennan, whose security clearance was stripped by President Trump.
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Bodies suspected of being missing mom, 2 kids found; husband arrested
Chris Watts was arrested overnight in connection with the disappearance of his pregnant wife and two young girls.
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One of Hans Keirstead's opponents in the race was Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, who is known for his support of President Vladimir Putin.
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Omarosa releases secret tape of Lara Trump offering her $15K-a-month campaign job
The tape, which was broadcast on MSNBC, was made just days after the former "Apprentice" contestant left her White House job.
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Kelt-9b is so hot because it's 30 times closer to its star than we are to the sun.
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Aretha Franklin was the queen of every musical genre she tried
No one could've taken the crown she wore for 50 years; her musicianship was unmatched in her time.
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Interior secretary blames environmentalists, not climate, for fires
Environmental groups pushed back on the interior secretary's claim that they are to blame.
Elite private schools have divided our education system. But can we get rid of them?
What's the value of a private school education - the knowledge or the credentials? Education professor Jack Schneider tackles some of the problems with elite private schools and how we should fix them.
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A far-right party may be about to topple a century of Swedish socialism
A party with its roots in neo-Nazism and white nationalism may be on the verge of an election victory.
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The goal is to get more doctors to choose lower-paying specialties, NYU says.
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It's the first major studio production in 25 years to star an all-Asian cast, and many moviegoers say they had to be there.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Alex Jones, election security and regrets
"We can't build a service that is subjective just to the whims of what we personally believe," Dorsey told NBC News' Lester Holt in an exclusive interview.
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