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    Uvalde families sue officers involved in deadly school shooting

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  • Birth control is a new front in reproductive rights battle

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  • Widespread destruction in parts of Iowa after wave of tornadoes

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  • Nikki Haley says she'll vote for Trump

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  • Passenger dies, dozens injured on plane hit by severe turbulence

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  • New wave of tornadoes hits Midwest

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  • Court battle over future of Elvis Presley's Graceland estate

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  • Huge crowds attend funeral event for Iranian president

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  • Biden lashes out at Trump for sharing video with language associated with Nazis

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  • Scarlett Johansson accuses OpenAI of creating a voice similar to hers without permission

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  • Defense rests in hush money trial without calling Trump

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  • Former Japanese internment camp becomes country's newest national historic site

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  • Despite testing, fentanyl is often undetected in illicit drugs

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Inequality in America: Modern-day redlining in Chicago creates home loan inequality

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City Bureau and WBEZ examined $57 billion of Chicago mortgages between 2012 and 2018, and found that 68 percent of the money went to majority white neighborhoods. Black neighborhoods got 8 percent.