Video captures stop of HBCU bus in South Carolina

A South Carolina sheriff said a historically Black university president’s statement accusing law enforcement officers of racial profiling in a recent bus stop was “just false.” (Oct….

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Biden slams oil industry profits: ‘Gimme a break’

President Joe Biden raises the possibility of imposing a ‘windfall tax’ on energy companies if they don’t boost domestic production, as his administration aims to combat high…

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$1 billion Powerball jackpot up for grabs

People are showing up at convenience stores, groceries and gas stations across the country to snatch up lottery tickets for a chance at a massive $1 billion…

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AP Top Stories Oct. 31 P

Here’s the latest for Monday October 31st: India police make arrests after bridge collapse; Federal charges filed in Pelosi attack case; Trump Organization criminal tax fraud trial…

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Tributes for Sydney woman killed in Seoul Halloween disaster as friend tells of ‘slow and agonising crush’

Grace Rached’s family has remembered her as a talented film producer who was passionate about making a difference, as South Korea’s government vows to investigate the deadly…

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Unhappiest place on earth? Shanghai Disney visitors trapped inside park after COVID-19 outbreak

All visitors to Shanghai’s Disney Resort have been directed to stay in the park until they return a negative test for COVID-19.

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China says it has revamped women’s safety legislation. What could change for Chinese women?

China has passed legislation aimed at giving women more protection against gender discrimination and sexual harassment. What will this mean for women in China?

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Activist: Asian Americans should ‘break up with woke diversity’

The Supreme Court will consider whether colleges and universities can continue to take race into consideration as a factor in admissions, a case that could diminish the…

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The conservative activist behind the challenge to affirmative action

In an ordinary Boston courtroom in April 2015, lawyers and activists at the first hearing of a challenge to race-based admissions practices at Harvard knew they would…

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Six Supreme Court justices appeared ready to end the use of race-based policies in college admissions, overturning a precedent from 1978

Conservative Supreme Court justices were hostile on Monday to the ongoing use of race-based affirmative action in college admissions.

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Republicans Continue to Spread Baseless Claims About Pelosi Attack

Some of the conspiracy theories have already seeped into the Republican mainstream.Some of the conspiracy theories have already seeped into the Republican mainstream.

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North Carolina: Red? Blue? Purple? Undecided

Democrats and Republicans are each counting on their voters to deliver North Carolina – and control of Congress – to their parties. But registered unaffiliated voters outnumber…

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4 workers sickened by gas leak at LA airport

Authorities say four workers were sickened, including one critically, by a release of carbon dioxide early Monday in a Los Angeles International Airport utility room (Oct. 31)…

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Indiana police arrest man in killings of 2 teens

Authorities have arrested a man in the slayings of two teenage girls who were killed in the woods outside their small town in Northern Indiana more than…

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South Korea probes tragedy as nation mourns

South Korean police investigated on Monday what caused a crowd surge that killed more than 150 people including 26 foreigners during Halloween festivities in Seoul. (Oct. 31)…

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Morbi bridge collapse: The brothers who died in Sunday’s disaster

Chirag, Dharmik, and Chetan were on the bridge in Morbi when it collapsed into the river.

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