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Biden administration officials insist they have better control of a surge of migrant children that has swamped detention centers at the U.S.-Mexico border. Documents obtained by The New York Times indicate that the problem has moved to other facilities. https://t.co/aYbmCaTpoU

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A police officer in Huntsville, Ala., was convicted of murder on Friday for fatally shooting a man who had called 911 to report that he was suicidal, and who was holding a gun to his head. https://t.co/BA5VSOBCX6

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To give yourself the highest level of protection from disease-transmitting ticks, @wirecutter recommends using a bug repellant with a 20% concentration of picaridin repellent in conjunction with permethrin-treated clothing. https://t.co/10IzYExsG5

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The coronavirus vaccines are not killing more people than the virus itself. These false claims have been repeatedly debunked, but they remain in circulation as prominent public figures like Tucker Carlson, a host on Fox News, continue to promote them. https://t.co/VdAt6VeXkU https://t.co/aRQ1NFJCsm

The coronavirus vaccines are not killing more people than the virus itself. These false claims have been repeatedly debunked, but they remain in circulation as prominent public figures like Tucker Carlson, a host on Fox News, continue to promote them. https://t.co/VdAt6VeXkU https://t.co/aRQ1NFJCsm

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Breaking News: The NCAA president, under pressure to reshape college sports, told The Times he would push to let athletes cash in on their fame this year. https://t.co/adAEOkgqaK

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At some parties and night clubs, vaccination cards are the new velvet rope. “I will have more fun knowing everybody inside is vaccinated,” said a 35-year-old man at a party in New York City who kept his vaccine card in a Ziploc bag. https://t.co/Ya5IlnhUh3

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This is not surprising. Why? Because it happened to me during the Obama administration. https://t.co/VlYRl6S3q2

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A cyberattack forced the shutdown of a key U.S. pipeline said to carry almost half of the East Coast’s gasoline and jet fuel supply. https://t.co/bajo3vsQ0j

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After months at home, some children may feel anxious about going to school or camp. Here’s how to smooth the transition. https://t.co/OeuG8kH4I9

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Like the Energizer bunny, NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity just keeps going and going and going… https://t.co/CybTA6J4A2

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Nine of the soccer clubs that planned to form a breakaway league have agreed to pay millions of dollars to rejoin the European soccer mainstream. The three holdouts are threatening to extract millions more in damages from the clubs that walked away. https://t.co/sFqNmwGALr

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With the eviction moratorium—and tenants—in peril, the Biden Administration is trying to accelerate billions in rental aid. Some local programs have yet to start. https://t.co/4IpfCWD5Xx

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"China itself is facing a shortage," said a senior global health fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. "So in terms of global access to vaccines, I don’t expect the situation to significantly improve in the coming two to three months." https://t.co/iywGhG2fc9

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Boris Johnson won a striking victory in English elections. But in Scotland, his post-Brexit populism may hasten the dissolution of the United Kingdom. ⁦W/⁦⁦@_StephenCastlehttps://t.co/0AGtQonvoO

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The killing of a 17-year-old bear called Arthur has set off a wave of anger in Romania. Two environmental groups accused Prince Emanuel von und zu Liechtenstein of killing the bear. https://t.co/vMfe0bYhno

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Story also has details of the calculations the Premier League is making in order to punish breakaway bandits without punishing their fans who played a large role in Super League collapse https://t.co/sWiNGZaOVd

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Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan announced on Friday that it was extending the state of emergency in Tokyo and other cities until the end of May to contain the increase of coronavirus cases. https://t.co/0jSPsi6F5c https://t.co/iY8LSoIKoj

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan announced on Friday that it was extending the state of emergency in Tokyo and other cities until the end of May to contain the increase of coronavirus cases. https://t.co/0jSPsi6F5c https://t.co/iY8LSoIKoj

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Jerusalem boils over. 👉Nightly protests for Palestinian families awaiting eviction, in a key case that embodies creeping settlement in East Jerusalem 👉Stun grenades and rubber-coated bullets at Al-Aqsa mosque tonight 👉Hamas: "Do not play with fire." https://t.co/cEfAx3Ggvi

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"If it weren’t for Covid, I never would have learned that my mother and I can have fun together without actually being in the same place," Erika Shimahara writes in Modern Love. https://t.co/UBPufwYZuO

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