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    Elementary school janitor surprises audience with 'Don’t Stop Believin' cover

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  • South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh indicted on new charges of drug trafficking

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  • Suspect in murder of elite cyclist found in Costa Rica

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  • Families of victims of San Antonio migrant tragedy mourn as four arrests are made

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  • Early human fossils found in South African cave dated one million years older than suspected

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  • Oregon faith leaders push gun reforms through ballot initiative

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  • Democrats ‘do the most and brag the least,’ South Texas Democrat warns

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  • ‘He can’t help himself’: Republicans worry Trump’s instincts may hurt GOP in November

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  • McFaul: Recent weeks were ‘fantastic’ for Biden’s alliance-building

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  • 'Friendly fire’: Biden White House pushes back against Democratic criticism 

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  • Chuck: Abortion issue appears to give Democrats ‘a bounce’ but not Biden

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  • Richard Engel Reports: A President at War

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  • Federal prosecutors say ex-officers involved in George Floyd's death should face prison time

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  • New Zealand designates Proud Boys as terrorist group

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  • Biden signals support for changing filibuster rule to codify abortion rights

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  • Supreme Court allows Biden administration to shut down Trump-era ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

    04:54
  • Israel set for fifth election in less than four years after vote to dissolve parliament

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  • How climate change is causing a mustard and sriracha shortage

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  • Former White House counsel Pat Cipollone subpoenaed by House Jan. 6 committee

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  • Could IVF become a target after the Supreme Court’s ruling on Roe v. Wade?

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Former Ohio doctor accused of murdering patients found not guilty on all accounts

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After a little over a week of deliberations, a jury found former Ohio Dr. William Husel not guilty on all accounts of murder. Husel was accused of killing 14 terminally ill patients with fatal doses of fentanyl and other drugs.