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Number of Chinese Illegally Crossing US-Mexico Border Surges 500 Percent In San Diego Sector

The San Diego Sector has seen a more than 500 percent jump in the number of Chinese nationals entering the United States illegally, prompting security concerns.
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Number of Chinese Illegally Crossing US-Mexico Border Surges 500 Percent In San Diego Sector
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Putin Forms Alliance Against So-Called Western Imperialism

Russia, with several allies including China, Cuba and South Africa, launches ‘Forum of Supporters of the Struggle Against Modern Practices of Neocolonialism.’
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Putin Forms Alliance Against  So-Called Western Imperialism
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Biden Admin to Wipe Out $1.2 Billion Federal Student Loan Debt for 153,000 Borrowers

The move comes as President Joe Biden’s latest attempt to offer large-scale student loan cancellation.
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Biden Admin to Wipe Out $1.2 Billion Federal Student Loan Debt for 153,000 Borrowers
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Olive Oil Benefits: Anti-Cancer, Anti-Inflammatory, and Brain-Protective

Learn about how olive oil protects the brain, wards off cancer, promotes gut health, and reduces inflammation.
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Olive Oil Benefits: Anti-Cancer, Anti-Inflammatory, and Brain-Protective
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Biden to Sign Executive Order Aimed at Protecting US Ports, Countering Chinese Cyber Threats

Potential threats from ‘cyberattacks, espionage, and supply chain vulnerabilities’ due to Chinese cranes operating at US ports, said lawmakers.
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Biden to Sign Executive Order Aimed at Protecting US Ports, Countering Chinese Cyber Threats
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Excessive Phosphorus in Our Environment: Impacts on Human Health

Understanding phosphorus’s affect on the environment—including our drinking water—may help to improve our health and the health of the planet.
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Excessive Phosphorus in Our Environment: Impacts on Human Health
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Hunter Biden Says DOJ Misrepresented Sawdust as Cocaine to Make Him Look Bad

Attorneys for Hunter Biden say that a photograph of sawdust misrepresented by prosecutors as cocaine shows a pattern of prosecutorial missteps.
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Hunter Biden Says DOJ Misrepresented Sawdust as Cocaine to Make Him Look Bad
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Trump Reveals Vice President Shortlist

Former President Donald Trump definitively confirmed several politicians on his shortlist for vice president—and one he’s definitely not considering.
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Trump Reveals Vice President Shortlist
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Trump Will Challenge Judge Engoron’s Definition of Fraud, Lawyer Says

The former president is readying an appeal of the $355 million verdict.
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Trump Will Challenge Judge Engoron’s Definition of Fraud, Lawyer Says
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IRS Warns Tax Refunds Will Be Much Lower This Year

IRS Warns Tax Refunds Will Be Much Lower This Year

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Judge Orders Trump, Executives to Pay More Than $350 Million

Judge Orders Trump, Executives to Pay More Than $350 Million

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Development Experts Urge Los Angeles to Make the Best of a High-Profile Failure

Once a symbol of downtown LA renaissance, an abandoned high-rise signals city’s dysfunction.
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Development Experts Urge Los Angeles to Make the Best of a High-Profile Failure
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Florida May Require History of Communism Classes in Public Schools

More than a dozen survivors of communist regimes like Vietnam and Cuba traveled to Tallahassee to share their story and support the legislation.
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Florida May Require History of Communism Classes in Public Schools
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Veterans: The Storm We Might Be Called to Sail Into Might Be Someone’s Personal Life

Death is hard enough to deal with on its own. When that death is self-induced, the pain is so much worse.
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Veterans: The Storm We Might Be Called to Sail Into Might Be Someone’s Personal Life
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Card Games at the Kimbell Art Museum

Card Games at the Kimbell Art Museum

Two celebrated and connected artworks, “The Cardsharps” and “The Cheat With the Ace of Clubs,” provide a tantalizing view into their artistic creation.
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Card Games at the Kimbell Art Museum

Two celebrated and connected artworks, “The Cardsharps” and “The Cheat With the Ace of Clubs,” provide a tantalizing view into their artistic creation.
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Roosevelt and Lodge: A Friendship That Survived Politics

Roosevelt and Lodge: A Friendship That Survived Politics

In “The Rough Rider and the Professor,” we see how two powerful politicians helped each other, grew apart ideologically, yet retained their friendship.
‘Constellation’: A Sci-Fi TV Series

‘Constellation’: A Sci-Fi TV Series

This eight-episode sci-fi story has too many plot twists that don’t make sense.
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‘True Detective’: A Streaming Whodunit Series

‘True Detective’: A Streaming Whodunit Series

Showrunner Nic Pizzolatto reinvents the anthology crime drama.
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Hammered Dulcimer Brought Sweet Music to the World

Hammered Dulcimer Brought Sweet Music to the World

A historic Syrian instrument popular in Colonial America was also a favorite of leading American businessman, Henry Ford.
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Seth Low: First President of Columbia University

Seth Low: First President of Columbia University

This New Yorker used his skills of diplomacy to clean out corruption and make Columbia great.
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Focus on a Frieze at the Capitol Rotunda

Focus on a Frieze at the Capitol Rotunda

Millions view the Capitol rotunda’s art, but few understand the history it represents.
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US Politics, Science, and Daring Win the Space Race

US Politics, Science, and Daring Win the Space Race

In ‘This Week in History,’ the United States found itself behind in the Space Race; a senator, two presidents, seven astronauts, and a probe aim to win.
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Roosevelt and Lodge: A Friendship That Survived Politics

Roosevelt and Lodge: A Friendship That Survived Politics

In “The Rough Rider and the Professor,” we see how two powerful politicians helped each other, grew apart ideologically, yet retained their friendship.

Seth Low: First President of Columbia University

Seth Low: First President of Columbia University
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What’s New at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2024? a Lot, Actually

What’s New at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2024? a Lot, Actually

Renovations are happening in two phases and the second phase should be completed this spring.
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Ed Perkins on Travel: Anything New in Rental Cars?

Ed Perkins on Travel: Anything New in Rental Cars?

Rental car companies are hesitant to bring electric cars into their fleet.
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Rick Steves’ Europe: Cold War Memories in Today’s Berlin

Rick Steves’ Europe: Cold War Memories in Today’s Berlin

The longest remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall is now the East Side Gallery.
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