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Mexicans Protest Gas Prices for Sixth Straight Weekend
Since early January, hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets of Mexico's towns and cities to protest a huge increase in gas prices — something the government says was needed to offset subsidies.
U.S. Veteran Makes Sure Translators Aren't Left Behind
While President Trump's executive order is tied up in court, it has left translators who served with the U.S. military in limbo. Army veteran Matt Zeller's charity, "No One Left Behind", is helping them obtain visas and resettle in the U.S.
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Oscar Win Will Make Lin-Manuel Miranda Youngest to Win EGOT
"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda is nominated for writing the song "How Far I'll Go" from "Moana."
Police: Suspected Drunk Driver Plows Into Crowd at Mardi Gras Parade
Dozens of parade watchers were hurt. The accident took place near the beginning of the Endymion parade in New Orleans.
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Drunken Driver Slams Into New Orleans Parade, 28 Hurt: Cops
None of the injuries are believed to be life threatening. A driver hit other vehicles and then ran through a Endymion parade crowd, police said.
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WATCH LIVE: The Penguins host the intrastate rival Flyers outdoors at Heinz Field in the latest edition of the NHL's Stadium Series.
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Arizona to Sign FBS' First Active Openly Gay Scholarship Player
My-King Johnson confirmed that he would become the first active openly gay scholarship player in FBS when he enrolls over the summer at Arizona.
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Tom Perez Becomes DNC Chair in Close Election Victory
Perez was elected Saturday as the new DNC chair, tasked with rebuilding the factionalized party after the November election.
GOP Rep.: Special Prosecutor Needed in Russia Probe
Issa said that Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who supported Trump and is an appointee, is too close to the president to lead an investigation.
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Trump Won't Attend White House Correspondents' Dinner
Slated to take place April 29, the annual dinner is typically attended by the president, the administration and the White House press corps.
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Oscar Nods Show Black Women's Stories Resonate
Little known stories of black women's resilience and resistance in tough historical times are taking center stage at the Oscars.
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Airport Safe of Toxins After Kim Jong Un's Sibling Killed
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Malaysia's health minister also said Sunday that autopsy results suggested a nerve agent caused "very serious paralysis" that killed Kim Jong Nam.
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Lawyer: Muhammad Ali Jr. Profiled at Florida Airport
The boxing legend's son was detained for about two hours on arrival at a Florida airport and questioned about his religion, his lawyer says.
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14 People Who Broke Barriers to Make Black History
They broke color barriers to make history in politics, academics, aviation, entertainment and more.
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Your Car Insurance Is Going Up Because Everyone Keeps Texting and Driving
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Insurance companies say one of the reasons that rates are spiking is that drivers distracted on their smartphones and getting into accidents.
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Brian White Leads TV One's 'Media' Mogul Family
After a family tragedy, Michael Jones, played by Scandal's Brian White, is pushed into the family business. "Media" thrills competition and hardship.
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Trans Students Face 'Detrimental' Health Effects Without Fed Protection
Health professionals fear the Trump administration's decision to rescind past guidance on trans protections could lead to 'detrimental' health effects for trans kids.
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College Basketball Team Leaves Two Sleeping Players at Airport
After a loss on Thursday, South Florida left two players behind who fell asleep in the airport as the team waited for a connecting flight.
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And 2016's 'Worst' Films Are...
The Razzies follow a Hollywood awards season marked by outspoken speeches and protests against the policies and behavior of President Donald Trump.
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Drunk College Football Star Arrested After Running From Cops
Baker Mayfield was arrested early Saturday and charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and fleeing the scene.
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