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    Celebrating 100 years of TIME magazine covers

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  • Airports use A.I. to help find lost items

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  • Ohio residents raise concern over chemicals released from train wreck

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  • Truck carrying nitric acid crashes on Arizona interstate

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  • Activists pass out fentanyl testing strips after Pennsylvania legalization 

    04:40
  • Arizona man charged after appearing to harass Native American performers

    04:59
  • California running out of time to compensate sterilization victims, advocates say 

    03:56
  • Reporter recounts sleeping in cabins of former South Carolina plantation

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  • Singapore man sues woman for friend-zoning him

    03:37
  • Racial disparities can affect brain development in Black children, new study finds

    03:54
  • Title 42 immigration rule could expire on May 11

    03:37
  • Nikki Haley expected to formally announce presidential bid

    03:36
  • Legal challenges ahead for Utah's ban on gender-affirming care

    03:29
  • College students install Plan B vending machines on campus 

    02:17
  • Two missing Dallas Zoo monkeys found

    02:24
  • Oregon police narrow search for man suspected of kidnapping, torturing woman

    05:31
  • At least 10 injured during Florida shooting, officials call ‘intentional act’

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  • How Holocaust survivors educate young German students about the tragedy

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  • Memphis Fire Department terminates three employees following Tyre Nichols' death

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  • Illinois Holocaust Museum preserves survivors' stories through virtual reality

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Judy Gold speaks out on increasing threats and censorship for comedians

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Before the “slap” at the Oscars, comedians across the U.S. have been facing increasing threats. NBC News’ Joshua Johnson is joined by actor and comedian Judy Gold to discuss how performers are dealing with the potential for violence.