• Opinion: Young people offer moral clarity • She blames climate crisis on adults who 'don't give a damn' • Photos: Protests around the globe

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The United Auto Workers union strike against GM showed no signs of a quick conclusion as its impact on other plants and workers continues to spread.

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New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick continues to receive — and refuse to answer — questions about wide receiver Antonio Brown.

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President Donald Trump has gutted regulations on the coal industry, falsely claimed that windmills cause cancer and installed a former coal lobbyist to lead the EPA.

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At least four people were killed after a tour bus was involved in a crash Friday near Bryce Canyon National Park, the Utah Highway Patrol said.

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The World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health recently announced that new treatments appear to sharply increase the survival rate for people who have contracted Ebola. The tests were conducted in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where an outbreak of this highly contagious disease has already cost 2,000 lives.

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Hillary Clinton slammed President Donald Trump on Friday after his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani admitted to asking Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, who is currently the Democratic front-runner to challenge Trump in next year's presidential election.

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Suzanne Whang, who viewers came to love as the voice and face of "House Hunters" for nearly a decade, died Tuesday after a long battle with cancer, according to her agent.

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President Donald Trump's interactions and decisions on Ukraine are under new scrutiny following reports that an intelligence whistleblower's complaint is related to the country.

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Holy smokes, Batman! It's the bat signal!

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It was 33 years ago that television audiences were introduced to Jimmy Smits in his groundbreaking, star-making role as the passionate, principled public defender-turned-top-dollar defense attorney Victor Sifuentes on "L.A. Law," one of the first highly visible, uber-successful and multidimensional Latino faces to regularly grace the small screen.

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