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NASA rover successfully makes oxygen on Mars
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Alternate juror backs conviction in Chauvin trial
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Biden vows to cut greenhouse emissions in half by 2030
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Colorado supermarket shooting suspect faces 43 new charges
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George W. Bush on need for comprehensive immigration reform
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Biden touts 200 million COVID-19 vaccinations milestone
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Ohio officer fatally shoots Black teen wielding knife
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Justice Department announces sweeping probe into Minneapolis police
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Derek Chauvin awaits sentencing as nation reacts to verdict
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Oldest American leaves behind lasting legacy
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All U.S. adults now eligible for coronavirus vaccine
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