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Judge: Racism behind Arizona ban on Mexican-American studies

Aug 23, 2017

A federal judge in Arizona has ruled that an ethnic studies ban that shuttered a popular Mexican-American program was enacted with racial discrimination

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103-year-old Cambodian woman becomes US citizen

Aug 23, 2017

A 103-year-old Cambodian woman who survived starvation, suffering and war in her native land is now a United States citizen

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Tony de Brum, global voice for fighting climate change, dies

Aug 23, 2017

Tony de Brum, the Marshall Islands former climate ambassador and a leading voice behind the Paris Agreement, has died at 72

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Committee hears from founder of firm tied to Trump dossier

Aug 23, 2017

The co-founder of a Washington opposition research firm that produced a dossier of salacious allegations involving President Donald Trump met for hours with congressional investigators Tuesday in a closed-door appearance that spanned into the evening

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3 of 10 missing US sailors identified after warship crash

Aug 23, 2017

Sailors with ties to Michigan, Illinois and Ohio are among 10 who are missing after a U.S. warship collided with an oil tanker in Southeast Asia

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Panama to require visa for Venezuelans amid crisis

Aug 23, 2017

Panama's president says his country will begin requiring an entry visa for Venezuelans beginning in October as their homeland slips deeper into crisis

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Tillerson says US could punish Pakistan if no cooperation

Aug 23, 2017

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the U.S. could punish Pakistan or cut off its status as a major non-NATO ally unless it cracks down on the Taliban and other extremist groups.

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Baby found under interstate overpass; suspect in custody

Aug 23, 2017

Authorities: Louisiana man in custody, accused of aggravated kidnapping, after a 2-month-old boy was found abandoned under interstate overpass

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Pop-up New York City dinner draws thousands, all in white

Aug 23, 2017

A pop-up dinner featuring white-clad guests bringing their own tables, chairs and food has drawn thousands to the plaza outside New York City's Lincoln Center

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Fighting North Korea with balloons, TV shows and leaflets

Aug 23, 2017

Political activists who send thousands of leaflets, DVDs and flash drives by hot-air balloon into North Korea are hoping to bring change to the isolated country

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