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    Celebrating 100 years of TIME magazine covers

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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 

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  • Arizona man charged after appearing to harass Native American performers

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

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  • Reporter recounts sleeping in cabins of former South Carolina plantation

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  • Singapore man sues woman for friend-zoning him

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

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  • Title 42 immigration rule could expire on May 11

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  • Nikki Haley expected to formally announce presidential bid

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

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  • College students install Plan B vending machines on campus 

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  • Two missing Dallas Zoo monkeys found

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

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  • 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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Research finds more movement can undo damage of sitting

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A new study finds a short walk every hour can help with the harm that prolonged periods of sitting can cause. Experts explain how even a 1 minute walk can benefit your health.