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The vice president's core constituency is considering younger blood: namely, former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Advocates say it's no coincidence these nations were targeted, especially in light of Trump’s comments about Africans.
Amid a lethal outbreak, China faces growing calls to ban wild animal markets for good.
The government has fueled an agriculture industry that has tailored itself almost exclusively toward men.

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Germany will hold its next general election in fall 2021 and Merkel has said she will not run for a fifth term.
The Republican senator said Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's ouster was "justified."
The CNN commentator shows how Trump could take just enough African-American votes to win in the swing states.
A campaign aide confirmed the plans after the Iowa Democratic Party released updated results.
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The "extremely rare" note is being sold for $42,000.
Hollywood's biggest night means major red carpet fashions.
The Grammy winner covered the Beatles' "Yesterday" at the Academy Awards accompanied by her brother, Finneas O'Connell.
The actor's custom Dior cape featured the names of the female directors snubbed by the Academy at the Academy Awards.
He gave a shoutout to DeAndre Arnold, a senior who notably refused to cut his locs in order to walk at his graduation.
The “Bridemaids” star’s scarlet ensemble was also compared to a vagina and the red carpet itself.
The "Late Late Show" host pounced on his box office bomb -- in costume.

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