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She was the first Latina to run for Congress and the first Latina superintendent of the Santa Fe public schools.

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The government’s consumer price index soared 9.1% over the past year, the biggest yearly increase since 1981

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Civil rights leader and trailblazing educator Mary McLeod Bethune on Wednesday became the first Black person elevated by a state for recognition in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall

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The so-called Vault 7 leak revealed how the CIA hacked Apple and Android smartphones in overseas spying operations, and efforts to turn internet-connected televisions into listening devices.

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The pandemic’s onset in the U.S. has surpassed the two-year mark and the crisis has had long-term effects on financial attitudes and behaviors across various demographics

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Students who have internships on their resumes are more likely to land full-time jobs after graduation. Yet, on average, only 6.6% of Black students and 7.9% of Latino students have participated in paid internships, compared to 74% of white students.

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The bill incrementally toughens requirements for young people to buy guns, denies firearms to more domestic abusers, and helps local authorities temporarily take weapons from people judged to be dangerous.

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Former White House Counsel Pat Cipollone said to have warned that Trump could be charged with “every crime imaginable” if he joined mob on Capitol Hill trying to interfere with the certification

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In Britain the leader of the winning political party becomes the UK Prime Minister. Last week Boris Johnson was forced out of the role after more than 50 leading government officials resigned. Now the Conservative Party needs a new leader and there is no shortage of contenders

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A top police official on Saturday acknowledged possible security lapses that allowed an assassin to fire his gun into former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe while he was addressing a campaign rally, raising questions how could the attacker get so close behind him

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