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April 21, 2020
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South Korea’s presidential office says no suspicious activities have been detected in North Korea, a statement made Tuesday after reports surfaced that Kim Jong Un was in fragile condition after recent heart surgery.
Ticket sales were supposed to help theater and opera companies pay the costs of turning freelancers into staff members under AB 5. What now?
The decision overturns a state law in Louisiana that critics say was used to find black defendants guilty even when one or two black jurors disagreed.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief rival Benny Gantz announce they have forged a deal to form an emergency coalition government.
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Weeks after testing positive for COVID-19, CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin published a “coronavirus diary” documenting her “relentless, scary and lonely” experience.
Surviving members of two families involved in the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant are suing the company that operated the aircraft.
Perhaps one of the most heated debates in Mexico during the coronavirus pandemic is whether beer should be considered ‘essential’ during the lockdown.
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“Better Call Saul” actor Tony Dalton, who plays charming villain Lalo Salamanca, breaks down his role in the “Breaking Bad” spin-off’s Season 5 finale.
On Tuesday, actor and comedian Maya Rudolph will host “Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince,” a primetime CBS TV special recorded in January.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer cooperate with some British tabloids because of what they call ‘distorted, false or invasive’ stories.
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