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ShowBiz Minute: Shock G, Spirit Awards, Oscars
Shock G, off-kilter Digital Underground leader, dead at 57; In possible Oscar preview, "Nomadland" wins at Spirit Awards; Oscars producers preview the show, new location.
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Astronauts launch in reused SpaceX Dragon capsule
SpaceX launched four astronauts into orbit Friday using a recycled rocket and capsule.
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On This Day: 23 April 1971
In 1971, the Rolling Stones released “Sticky Fingers” - their first album on their own label.
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Gender reveal explosion rocks New Hampshire towns
Gender reveal explosion rocks New Hampshire towns Subscribe for more Breaking News: smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: apnews.com Twitter: twitter.com/AP Facebook
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AP Top Stories April 23 A
Here's the latest for Friday April 23rd: Biden looks for help with climate agenda; Daunte Wright funeral in Minneapolis; Protests in North Carolina after law enforcement shooting kills man; House
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Gal Gadot's docu-series 'Impact' spotlights women's stories
Gal Gadot used her Hollywood starpower to produce "Impact," a new documentary series that follows six women from around the world who made a positive impact on their communities.
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Tony Hale hopes Chauvin verdict is ‘step toward healing’
Actor Tony Hale says he prays that the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin case and greater awareness of social injustice means that future change is possible.
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Astronauts ride to rocket before SpaceX launch
Four astronauts arrived at the launch pad early Friday morning for a SpaceX flight to the International Space Station.
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Hundreds of people rallied this week in front of the Danish parliament in support of refugees after Denmark became the first European country to start revoking the residency permits of some Syrian
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Father flees Ethiopia with babies around his neck
Amid the refugees pouring from the Ethiopian region of Tigray, the wifeless man with the twin infant girls in a battered bassinet stood out.
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Today in History for April 23rd
Highlights of this day in history: William Shakespeare born, dies 52 years later on same day; MLK Jr.
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Afghan relics seized from smugglers return home
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Guatemalan communities pray to halt lava flow
Guatemalan communities pray to halt lava flow Subscribe for more Breaking News: smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: apnews.com Twitter: twitter.com/AP
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Earth Day cleanup for Titicaca Lake
Earth Day cleanup for Titicaca Lake Subscribe for more Breaking News: smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: apnews.com Twitter: twitter.com/AP Facebook
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Protesters rally after North Carolina shooting
Protesters staged a rally to denounce police brutality and call for justice Thursday after man was shot to death by one or more deputy sheriffs trying to serve drug-related search and arrest warrants.
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Probe after blood clot death linked to vaccine
Oregon health officials said Thursday that federal officials are investigating the death of a woman in her 50s who developed a rare blood clot and low platelets within two weeks of receiving the
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Oscar nominees reflect on Zoom-filled awards journey
This year's Academy Awards nominees will be gathering in person for the first time Sunday. "The United States vs.
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Shelter for migrant children opens in Long Beach, CA
A new emergency federal shelter in California is starting to receive immigrant children from border facilities.
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Cop faces charges after tasing man in handcuffs
Warning: Video contains graphic content. A police officer in Port Allen, Louisiana is facing charges after tasing a man in the back seat of a squad car while handcuffed. (Apr.
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General fears Afghan military woes without US aid
Afghanistan's military "will certainly collapse" without some continued American support once all U.S. troops are withdrawn, the top U.S. general for the Middle East told Congress Thursday.
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Daunte Wright's funeral held in Minneapolis
Al Sharptonc calls the late Daunte Wright a prince at the 20-year-old's funeral; Wright's mother say she never imagined she would be burying her son.
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Panamá: Científicos enfrentan desafíos en pandemia
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Kerry: 'World came together' on climate action
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry welcomes the momentum on the first day of a two-day U.S.-hosted climate summit that kicked off Thursday.
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científico estudia la fauna de Chernóbil
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ONG planta arboles en Brasil en vísperas del Día de la Tierra
ONG planta arboles en Brasil en vísperas del Día de la Tierra Subscribe for more Breaking News: smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: apnews.com Twitter: twitter.com/AP
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Bill passes to fight Asian American hate crimes
The Senate passed a bill that would help combat the rise of hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, a bipartisan denunciation of such violence during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Protesta en Carolina del norte por disparo de un policía que mata a un hombre negro
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Here's the latest for Thursday April 22nd: President Joe Biden convened world leaders on climate change; Funeral services held for Duante Wright; House of Representatives approves bill to make the
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DA: Boulder suspect had 10 high-capacity magazines
The man accused of killing 10 people at a crowded Colorado supermarket last month armed himself with 10 high-capacity ammunition magazines, devices banned in the state after previous mass shootings
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Aunt: Man shot by deputy had hard, valuable life
Andrew Brown Jr. lost both his parents and had his own troubles with the law.
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