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The suit stemmed from a promotional poster put out by conspiracy website Infowars featuring an image of the Pepe character, as well that of Jones and President Trump.
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The largest Protestant denomination in the U.S. faces allegations of sexual abuse by ministers and controversy over its refusal to allow women to preach in church.
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The Democratic-controlled Legislature agreed to let low-income residents under 26 to receive Medi-Cal regardless of immigration status. It could cover up to 138,000 people — a cost of $98 million.
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Many of the industry's biggest companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, are tangled up in litigation. The latest filing was by Insys Therapeutics after a $225-million settlement agreement.
The administration named high-profile immigration hawk Ken Cuccinelli to lead the agency in charge of citizenship and visas, raising concerns among immigrant rights advocates.
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The document entitled "Male and Female He Created Them," laments what it calls an "educational crisis" around sexuality and reaffirming the church's traditional stance on gender identity.
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Compared with monkeys, humans have a brain that is extremely sensitive to a sound's pitch. And that may reflect our exposure to speech and music.
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Three of the men were sentenced to life, while the other three were given five-year prison terms for their roles in the January 2018 crime that horrified the country and sparked nationwide protests.
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The maker of a highly addictive fentanyl-based drug wants to sell its assets to pay some $250 million in debts. The move could let the company out of part of the settlement deal reached last week.
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"Our decision was never about the issue of abortion," the university said as it released emails that are from, to and about mega-donor Hugh Culverhouse Jr.
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Supreme Court declines to hear appeal from Gitmo detainee but Breyer warns of court consensus unraveling 18 years after 9/11 okayed detentions.
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The New York City Fire Department says at least one person was said to have died in crash Monday afternoon. It's not clear what caused the crash.
It's the latest in a spate of deadly attacks in a region that has seen escalating tensions between ethnic groups. The U.N. says a group of armed men poured into the village Sunday evening.
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Many of today's most popular wine varieties are extremely genetically similar to wines that may have existed for thousands of years, a new study finds. In the face of climate change, that's risky.
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The weekend deaths of the two horses bring the number of animals that have died at the track since December to 29. But the California park says it will remain open until racing season ends June 23.
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The Justice Department reached an accord on Monday with the House Judiciary Committee, but members of Congress are nonetheless expected to press ahead with authorizing potential lawsuits on Tuesday.
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The guitar legend recorded 49 songs in 10 days for his latest album, Africa Speaks.
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The Houston-based dancer-turned-rapper, part of the successful trio Geto Boys, was one of the first to bring cinematically macabre imagery to rap lyricism.
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The new defense and aerospace company would be second only to Boeing in the U.S., according to the most recent Forbes rankings.
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The U.N. agency partnered with the luxury fashion label so more people will find out about its mission to provide food aid. Some in the humanitarian community say it's a risky deal.
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