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    ‘It feels good to be back’: Late Night hosts celebrate return after writers strike

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  • Nobel Prize in medicine awarded to 2 scientists whose discoveries enabled the creation of mRNA vaccines against Covid-19

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  • Ukraine and E.U. react to Washington's short-term funding package that dropped assistance for Ukraine

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  • Deadly roof collapse at Mexican church leaves dozens killed or injured

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  • Several people killed after fire tears through three Spanish nightclubs

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  • Jeffries addresses GOP stopgap funding bill proposed on the 'brink of a shutdown'

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  • Videos show flooding at LaGuardia Airport, New York City subways

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  • McCarthy honors Sen. Feinstein as someone who 'broke barriers'

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  • Dozens killed in blasts targeting gatherings in Pakistan to celebrate the Prophet Muhammad's birthday

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  • Family pays tribute to girl, 15, stabbed to death on her way to school in south London

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  • President Putin meets with a former top Wagner commander and tasks him with overseeing volunteer fighting units in Ukraine

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  • Dutch police arrest gunman after deadly hospital shooting

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  • Rep. Crockett: GOP is blind to Trump keeping documents 'in the s------'

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  • U.S. Army Pvt. Travis King returns from North Korea

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  • Taiwan launches its first domestically produced submarine for testing

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  • North Korea's Kim talks up his nuclear weapons policy

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  • Mother protects son from bear as it steals their food

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  • Trump: Biden's electric vehicle mandates will 'spell the death' of the auto industry

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  • GOP congressman questioned on material presented about Biden allegations

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Baltimore Mayor: There Will Not Be A Repeat of April's Violence

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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says she expects protests because of Wednesday's decision in the case against an officer accused in the death of Freddie Gray but warned the city will not tolerate violence similar to what happened in April after Gray's death.