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This rural, North Carolina community has strong ties to Christianity — and a factory owned by LGBT advocate Mitchell Gold.
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Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer is an early leader, but can she win her state back for the Democrats?
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After the shooting and the politics, the Barden family suffers all that’s been lost since the day their son died.
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Joshua Bell is one of the world’s greatest violinists. His instrument of choice is a multimillion-dollar Stradivarius. If he played it for spare ch...
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The White House debated various options to punish Russia, but facing obstacles and potential risks, it ultimately failed to exact a heavy toll on t...
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The would-be vice president returns to his old routines.
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Disabled, or just desperate? Rural Americans turn to disability as jobs dry up
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A reporter reveals how he investigated Trump’s claims on his donations to charity.
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Orphaned by America's opioid epidemic
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Will somebody please give Norm Macdonald another TV show?
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This is what it's like to grow up in the age of likes, lols and longing
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Anna Marrie Jones, 54, succumbed to an American health crisis plaguing white women.
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The violin thief
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Maj. Mark Thompson taught at the U.S. Naval Academy until two female midshipmen accused him of having sex with them. Did he?
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Debi Thomas graduated Stanford and became a surgeon before her downward spiral began
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The fantastic story behind one street photographer’s vast image archive.
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