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Stacker compiled a list of 50 essential civil rights speeches using resources including BlackPast, TED, and additional media and educational sources.

Guatemalan authorities fired tear gas and used their batons on a group of US-bound migrants in a caravan trying to move towards Mexico through Guatemala. An estimated 7,000 to 8,000 migrants have entered Guatemala from Honduras since January 15. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

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Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin describes to CNN's Jake Tapper what it was like in the Senate chamber when the rioters broke into the Capitol and tried to stop the certification of the election results.

Incoming Biden chief of staff Ron Klain tells CNN's Jake Tapper that he will look for a recommendation from intelligence professionals on whether to provide soon-to-be former President Trump with classified briefings after he leaves office.

Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin speaks to CNN's Jake Tapper about the trial plan that his fellow impeachment managers are putting together for an upcoming Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.

Mt. Sterling, Ky. – Nestlé Prepared Foods announced a recall of approximately 762,615 pounds of frozen not-ready-to-eat pepperoni Hot Pockets after receiving four customer complaints about shards of glass and hard plastic, including one minor oral injury. Affected products were produced between November 13, 2020 and November 16, 2020.

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President-elect Joe Biden introduced key members of his White House science team, including his nominee for director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy. Biden is elevating the role of presidential science adviser to be a member of the Cabinet for the first time, calling the move …

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The assault on the US Capitol was a glaring example of the right-wing extremist movement, which now rivals the threat posed by international terrorism, according to former and current counterterror officials. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.

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Using political documents, contemporary news articles and historial accounts, Stacker compiled a list of political firsts in U.S. history, from the first chief justice appointed in 1789 to the first transgender state senator who won her seat in 2020.

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    This is the first in a series of financial commentaries by our Editorial Roundtable. Check back to read alternative points of view expressed in this column.

James Cash Penney, who founded JC Penney in 1902, observed years later that, “Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together.” This holds as true for the broader US economy as it does for individual companies. For it is the combination of market forces, government policies and macroeconomic trends that shapes our long-term economic outlook and near-term prospects for growth.

As we peer beyond the horizon to boldly — or foolishly— predict economic developments in 2014, let’s stay mindful of this synergistic process. For only by assessing the interplay of multiple factors can we hope to divine the future.

Here, then, are the key forces and trends MoneyTips predicts will combine to make 2014 a very positive year for the US eco...

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(The Center Square) – The National Rifle Association announced on Friday it seeks to file for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. It’s part of a move the pro-Second Amendment rights organization is taking to restructure as a Texas-based organization and leave New York, where it has been incorporated for about 150 years.

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Vice President Mike Pence was closer than initially known to the violent mob at the US Capitol, according to new reporting from the Washington Post. New video from that day shows an alternate angle of rioters chasing Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman as he led them away from the Senate c…