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Mar 02, 2021

'Very sad': At least 13 people dead after SUV carrying 25 hits semitruck in Southern California
At least 13 people died after an SUV with 25 passengers collided with a semitruck full of gravel near the U.S.-Mexican border in California on Tuesday.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Senate Dems eye final details of virus relief bill
Democrats sorted through disagreements over emergency jobless benefits and other issues Tuesday and prepared to commence Senate debate on a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Michigan to loosen capacity limits for businesses
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the further loosening of Michigan's coronavirus restrictions Tuesday, which included the easing of capacity limits in restaurants and a host of other businesses. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Mask restrictions lifted by governors in Texas, Mississippi; New Orleans calls J&J vaccine 'morally compromised': Live COVID-19 updates
2 pharmaceutical giants formed a historical collaboration to roll out more vaccine. Some church officials have sharp words for J&J. COVID-19 news.       

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Mar 02, 2021

State: Russia's behavior led to sanctions
The US State Department says the latest sanctions against Russian officials send a clear signal that there are consequences for their behavior. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Texas ending its mask mandate
Texas, where the coronavirus has killed more than 42,000 people, is becoming the largest state to end its mask mandate. Gov. Greg Abbott says all limits on indoor dining are also being lifted starting next week. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Abducted Nigerian girls freed by captives
Hundreds of Nigerian girls abducted last week from a boarding school in the country's northwest have been released, a state governor said Tuesday, as the West African nation faces a spate of school kidnappings. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Fatal car crash in southern California leaves at least 13 dead
According to authorities, a semi-truck collided with an SUV carrying 25 people.       

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Mar 02, 2021

'What any good human would do': Louisiana man helped save infant abandoned along highway
"I looked back and he took off leaving the child there, so I flipped a U-turn in the grass to get to the baby," Louisiana man Luke Dufrene said.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Wray: Intel properly shared with law enforcement
FBI Director Chris Wray condemned the January riot at the U.S. Capitol as "domestic terrorism" Tuesday and told lawmakers the intelligence information was properly shared with other law enforcement agencies even though it was raw and unverified. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

A 'space hurricane' hovered above the North Pole for about 8 hours, study says
For the first time, scientists have spotted what they're calling a "space hurricane" spinning above the North Pole, according to a new study.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Psaki says she'd 'be happy' to face McEnany on Fox
White House press secretary Jen Psaki wished her predecessor, Kayleigh McEnany, well in her new role as a Fox News contributor and said she'd be happy to appear with her on the network. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

WH sanctions Russia over Navalny poisoning
The White House announced Tuesday it has sanctioned seven Russian officials along with more than a dozen businesses and other entities, over a nearly fatal nerve-agent attack on Vladimir Putin opposition leader Alexei Navalny. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Attorney: Boy Scout plan "woefully inadequate"
An attorney representing over a thousand former Scouts calls the bankruptcy reorganization plan submitted by The Boy Scouts of America this week "woefully inadequate." Michael Pfau said the plan "is short on facts and frankly, short on money." (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Fatal crash near US-Mexico border leaves more than a dozen dead
It happened in an area known for its farming and large agricultural industry.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Emergency personnel updates SUV and truck crash in California that left at least 15 dead
The hospital treating victims of a tractor-trailer crash in California provide updates on the victims.       

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Mar 02, 2021

New Orleans archdiocese labels Johnson & Johnson vaccine 'morally compromised'; Merck to help manufacture it: Live COVID-19 updates
2 pharmaceutical giants formed a historical collaboration to roll out more vaccine. Some church officials have sharp words for J&J. COVID-19 news.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Otter pup is being hand reared at Illinois zoo
A month-old North American river otter pup is being hand-reared by animal care staff at the Brookfield Zoo outside Chicago. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina on anti-Asian attacks
Ahead of the release of the new Disney animated film "Raya and the Last Dragon," Kelly Marie Tran and Awkwafina discuss the recent attacks against Asians and Asian-Americans.. Tran voices Raya in the movie, the first Disney film with a Southeast Asian lead character and Awkwafina voices Sisu the dragon. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

'Raya and the Last Dragon' celebrates Southeast Asian culture
"Raya and the Last Dragon" is the first Disney movie with a Southeast Asian lead character. Kelly Marie Tran, who voices Raya, calls the opportunity "an honor," and Awkwafina, who voices Sisu the dragon, says Asian representation in Hollywood is "going the right way." (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Fossils of oldest titanosaur discovered in Argentina
At about 140 million years old, fossils from a huge dinosaur dug up in Argentina might be the oldest titanosaur yet discovered.       

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Mar 02, 2021

George Floyd family 'disappointed' only one relative allowed in court for Chauvin trial, lawyers say
The family of George Floyd are "disappointed" after a judge ruled that only one relative will be allowed in court during the trial of Derek Chauvin.       

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Mar 02, 2021

FBI says rioters weren't fake Trump protesters
FBI Director Chris Wray says the Jan. 6 siege on the Capitol was not organized by people posing as Trump supporters. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

De Blasio: Cuomo's actions 'disgusting'
Accusations that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's sexually harassed women on the job are "disgusting," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

'Vaccine angels' can only do so much: US struggles to make it easier to find COVID-19 vaccination appointments
Despite creating three COVID-19 vaccines in less than a year, America's fragmented health system doesn't offer a simple way to sign up to get a shot.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Fossils of oldest 'titanosaur' discovered in Argentina
At about 140 million years old, fossils from a huge dinosaur dug up in Argentina might be the oldest titanosaur yet discovered.       

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Mar 02, 2021

At least 15 people dead after SUV, semitruck collide in Southern California, hospital says
At least 15 people died after an SUV with dozens of passengers hit a semitruck full of gravel near the U.S.-Mexico border in California on Tuesday.      

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Mar 02, 2021

FBI chief Wray calls Jan. 6 'domestic terrorism'
FBI Director Chris Wray condemned the January riot at the U.S. Capitol as "domestic terrorism" Tuesday as he defended the bureau's handling of intelligence indicating the prospect for violence. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Today in History for February 25th
Highlights of this day in history: Ferdinand Marcos flees the Philippines; Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev denounces Josef Stalin; Samuel Colt patents the revolver; Muhammad Ali becomes world boxing champ; Musician George Harrison born. (Feb. 25)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Durbin, Grassley open hearing on Capitol riot
Senate hearing on the deadly January 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol opens with a focus on domestic terrorism and what the FBI knew prior to the attack. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Merck to team with Johnson & Johnson on vaccine rollout; stimulus cash could start flowing soon: Live COVID-19 updates
Americans could begin seeing the latest round of stimulus payments within two weeks, and two pharmaceutical giants are teaming up COVID-19 updates.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Vernon Jordan, civil rights champion and former presidential adviser dies at 85
Vernon Jordan, a civil rights activist and a former adviser to President Bill Clinton, has died at 85.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Floral Hearts Project memorializes pandemic dead
Volunteers laid floral hearts in public spaces across the U.S. on Monday through the Floral Heart Project. They act as public memorials for communities to grieve the more than 500,000 people who have died of COVID-19 in the country. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Strong winds cause havoc in and around Boston
Strong winds caused havoc in areas around Boston late Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Wind could be seen pushing the flames and smoke as firefighters battled a building fire in Lynn, Massachusetts. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Stimulus cash could start flowing soon; WHO cautions against 'premature' return to normal: Latest COVID-19 updates
The number of people expected to be cashing in on the next round of pandemic stimulus checks is likely to be pared down this week. COVID-19 updates.       

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Mar 02, 2021

AP Top Stories March 2
Here's the latest for Tuesday March 2nd: First J&J COVID vaccine shots to be administered; Senate works on version of COVID relief bill; Biden's choice to lead SEC testifies before Senate; Flooding in Appalachian region.       

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Mar 02, 2021

ShowBiz Minute: Lady Gaga, Churchill, Queen
Lady Gaga's dog walker speaks out after Hollywood shooting; Churchill painting owned by Angelina Jolie sells for $11.5M; Queen Elizabeth II unveils statue of herself over video call. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

On This Day: 2 March 1998
In 1998, Leo-Mania greeted star Leonardo DiCaprio as he attended the New York premiere of "The Man In The Iron Mask." (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

WHO cautions against 'premature' return to normal; Ivory Coast gets first COVAX vaccine shipment in UN initiative: Latest COVID-19 updates
Ivory Coast receives first COVAX vaccine shipment in UN initiative. Twitter aims to curb vaccine misinformation. Latest COVID-19 updates.       

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Mar 02, 2021

AP Top Stories March 2 A
Here's the latest for Tuesday March 2nd: First J&J COVID vaccine shots to be administered; Senate works on version of COVID relief bill; Biden's choice to lead SEC testifies before Senate; Flooding in Appalachian region.      

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Mar 02, 2021

'Vaccine angels' can only do so much: How can US make it easier to find COVID-19 vaccination appointment in minutes, not hours?
Despite creating three COVID-19 vaccines in less than a year, America's fragmented health system doesn't offer a simple way to sign up to get a shot.       

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Mar 02, 2021

WHO cautions against 'premature' return to normal; Ivory Coast gets first COVAX vaccine shipment in UN initiative. Latest COVID-19 updates
Ivory Coast receives first COVAX vaccine shipment in UN initiative. Twitter aims to curb vaccine misinformation. Latest COVID-19 updates.       

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Mar 02, 2021

Rise in assaults, robberies rattle Asian Americans
Asian Americans are on edge after a recent wave of racist assaults and robberies targeting their communities. More than 3,000 incidents have been reported to a California-based reporting center, since the pandemic began in March 2020. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Crowds protest Myanmar coup, defy deadly crackdown
Police in Myanmar's biggest city fired tear gas at defiant crowds who returned to the streets to protest last month's coup, despite reports that security forces had killed at least 18 people a day earlier. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

With much respect, Cynthia Erivo takes on Queen of Soul
Days after the British performer belted Aretha Franklin's "Ain't No Way" during a red carpet interview at the 2019 Tonys, she got a call from producers to star in National Geographic's series "Genius: Aretha." (March 1)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Hundreds of health workers attacked amid pandemic
From Nigeria to Mexico, health care workers and facilities have come under attack. A new report by Insecurity Insight and the University of California, Berkeley's Human Rights Center identified about 400 attacks linked to COVID-19 last year. (March 2)      

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Mar 02, 2021

Chinese vaccines sweep world, despite concerns
In what some are calling "vaccine diplomacy," China is offering its vaccines to dozens of poorer nations around the world. But concerns over safety and efficacy, as well as a dearth of publicly available data also means many are suspicious. (March 2)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Today in History for March 2nd
Highlights of this day in history: Rutherford B. Hayes declared U.S. President after disputed election, Mikhail Gorbachev born, "King Kong" and "The Sound of Music" premiere in NYC. (Mar. 2)      

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Mar 01, 2021

'Read Across America Day,' once synonymous with Dr. Seuss, is diversifying. Here's why things have changed.
Tuesday is Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss' birthday. Those two events, however, aren't as closely linked as in past years.       

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Mar 01, 2021

CVS aiming to provide vaccine in 'underserved' areas
Dozens lined up outside of CVS to receive COVID-19 vaccinations in East Los Angeles as part of an ongoing effort to expand access to essential workers and others in underserved communities. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

'It was God, I tell you:' Tiny light on cellphone leads to one water rescue as Kentucky endures historic flooding
Heavy rains pounded Kentucky on Sunday and Monday, sending rivers over their banks and leading to multiple water rescues, mudslides and road closures.       

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Mar 01, 2021

In California: Virtual Golden Globe Awards; LAUSD to get vaccines, reopen schools
Plus: Petaluma to become first city to ban new gas stations, and where's my California stimulus check?      

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Mar 01, 2021

Trump and Melania got vaccinated in January; US officials 'deeply concerned' as 29 states see virus cases rise: Latest COVID-19 updates
"We cannot be resigned to 70,000 cases per day, 2,000 daily deaths," the CDC's Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Monday. Latest COVID-19 news.       

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Mar 01, 2021

Los Angeles County sees decline in virus case rates
Los Angeles County officials are reporting a decline in COVID-19 case rates among health care workers, which they say follows a broader trend of overall declines in case rates in the county. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Expert uncovers new Chinese nuclear missle sites
China appears to be moving faster toward a capability to launch its newer nuclear missiles from underground silos, according to an American expert who analyzed satellite images of recent construction at a missile training area. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

US, Mexican presidents meet amid migration issues
President Joe Biden met virtually with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, discussing more fully migration, coronavirus and economic issues. "The United States and Mexico are stronger when we stand together," Biden said at the outset. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to be distributed to states following FDA authorization
Four million doses will be released on March 2 with a total of 20 million to be released by the end of March.       

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Mar 01, 2021

NASA, SpaceX discuss upcoming Crew-2 ISS mission
NASA and SpaceX are gearing up to launch astronauts to the International Space Station next month as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The mission will carry 4 astronauts to the space station aboard a Crew Dragon spacecraft. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Security preparations underway for Chauvin trial
Law enforcement officials are assuring the public that they're ready to keep Minneapolis and St. Paul safe during the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged in George Floyd's death. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

State Dept. reaffirms need for Saudi relationship
The State Department doubles down on the need for the U.S. to continue a relationship with Saudi Arabia. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

AP Top Stories March 1 P
Here are the top stories for Monday, March 1st: J&J vaccine starts shipping out; Biden holds virtual meeting with Mexico's president; Students returning to Chicago schools; Sarkozy sentenced for corruption.      

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Mar 01, 2021

Astronauts discuss upcoming Crew-2 mission to ISS
The four astronauts launching to the International Space Station aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon next month say they are 'excited' for the upcoming mission. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Deal reached to get Calif. kids back in classrooms
Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders have reached an agreement aimed at getting most public school children back in classrooms by the end of March. School districts can tap into $2 billion in new funding if they reopen by March 31. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Vaccine equity pits rural against urban America
The U.S. vaccine campaign has heightened tensions between rural and urban America, where educators in urban counties are driving hours to rural areas to get vaccinated. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Johnson & Johnson official on vaccine distribution
Johnson & Johnson has started shipping out nearly 4 million doses of its newly authorized, one-shot COVID-19 vaccine. The shipments, which began Sunday night, will be sent to states for use starting Tuesday. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

WH defends not punishing Saudi Crown Prince
The White House is defending its decision not to sanction or punish Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman following a U.S. intelligence report implicating him in the 2018 killing of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

NY gov. faces legal hurdles in harassment inquiry
Following allegations of sexual harassment, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo acknowledged he "made others feel in ways I never intended." But that may not go very far from a legal perspective as he faces an investigation by the state attorney general. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

WH says it supports probe into Cuomo allegations
White House press secretary Jen Psaki insists President Biden supports the New York attorney general investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo, but will not say whether Biden believes Cuomo should step down. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Georgians protest GOP bill limiting voting access
GOP lawmakers in Georgia are pushing a bill that would roll back voting access despite objections from civil rights groups gathered at the Capitol after record turnout led to Democratic wins in the presidential election and U.S. Senate runoffs. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

He fled Guatemala looking for a better life. But he and 18 others were killed en route to the US.
Marvin Tomás, who embarked on a 2,000-mile trip to the U.S., was one of 19 migrants whose bodies were found inside two vans in Santa Anita, Mexico.       

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Mar 01, 2021

Hurricane season start date could shift earlier because of a surge in May storms
Meteorologists consider moving the start date of the Atlantic hurricane season from June 1 to May 15.       

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Mar 01, 2021

Endangered orangutan born at New Orleans zoo
The second Sumatran organutan has been born in as many years at the Audobon Zoo in New Orleans; fewer than 14,000 are believed to live in the wild. (Mar. 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

US officials 'deeply concerned' as 29 states see virus cases rise; Johnson & Johnson to deliver 4M doses this week: Latest COVID-19 updates
"We cannot be resigned to 70,000 cases per day, 2,000 daily deaths," the CDC's Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Monday. Latest COVID-19 news.       

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Mar 01, 2021

First Johnson & Johnson vaccines get packed up
Officials at a Kentucky distribution center cheered for the first doses of Johnson & Johnson to be packed up and shipped out. They even signed the boxes on the way out. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

DHS Sec.: Trump admin. 'gutted' immigration system
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas says immigration was "gutted" by the Trump administration. After 27 days in office, Mayorkas told reporters: "It takes time to build out of the depths of cruelty," (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Home of NFL's Detroit Lions hosts vaccine clinic
The home of the NFL's Detroit Lions welcomed educators and school staff from southeast Michigan for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

CDC warns vigilance as 3rd vaccine is rolled out
The Director at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning Americans to remain vigilant against the coronavirus as the 3rd vaccine is rolled out. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Mayor de Blasio: Sexual harassment 'not funny'
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says Governor Andrew Cuomo needs to take the allegations of sexual harrassment made against him seriously.(March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

US officials 'deeply concerned' as virus cases stall or inch up; Johnson & Johnson to deliver 4M doses this week: Latest COVID-19 updates
"We cannot be resigned to 70,000 cases per day, 2,000 daily deaths," the CDC's Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Monday. Latest COVID-19 news.       

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Mar 01, 2021

Single dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine distribution begins
Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine distribution begins after the FDA approved the single dose vaccine.       

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Mar 01, 2021

The day in pictures
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.       

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Mar 01, 2021

George Floyd's brother joins protest anthem project
The brother of George Floyd plays drums on a forthcoming album of protest anthems. Terrence Floyd is fulfilling a dream of his late brother, who once dabbled in music in Houston's hip hop scene. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

ShowBiz Minute: Globes Winners, Globes Fashion, Prince Harry
"Nomadland" and "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" win big at the virtual Golden Globe Awards; Amanda Seyfried and Jason Sudeikis' Golden Globe fashion moments; Prince Harry says separating from royal life has been "unbelievably tough" for him and wife, Meghan. (March 1)       

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Mar 01, 2021

US has a record daily increase of variant cases; Florida lags in vaccinations of oldest residents: Latest COVID-19 updates
The U.S. reported 306 new coronavirus variant cases Sunday, a record increase. A third vaccine is rolling out now. Latest COVID-19 news.       

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Mar 01, 2021

Andra Day: 'I'm going to eat everything'
Golden Globe winner for Best Actress in a motion picture - drama for "The United States vs Billie Holiday," Andra Day says she'll celebrate by eating everything as she spent years dieting for the role. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

6-year-old boy was killed, thrown into the Ohio River, police say. His mom is charged with murder.
Police say 6-year-old James Robert Hutchinson was killed and thrown into the Ohio River. His mother, Brittany Gosney, and her boyfriend are charged.       

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Mar 01, 2021

US records record daily increase of variant cases; Florida lags in vaccinations of oldest residents: Latest COVID-19 updates
California Native American leaders fear deaths in their communities have been undercounted. US reports record increase in variants. Latest virus news.       

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Mar 01, 2021

Rosamund Pike, Jane Fonda, more, react to Globe wins
Rosamund Pike says she's delighted after winning a best actress Golden Globe for her role in dark comedy "I Care a Lot," while Jane Fonda says her late father Henry Fonda would be "very proud" to see his daughter honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

On This Day: 1 March 2005
In 2005, Diana Ross was awarded the City of Paris award in France. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

'The Crown' star Emma Corrin 'moved' by Harry support
Emma Corrin, who plays Diana, Princess of Wales in Netflix's "The Crown," says she was "incredibley moved" after Prince Harry defended the series in a recent interview. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Chloe Zhao: 'We need to be more compassionate to ourselves'
Golden Globe winner for best director for 'Nomadland,' Chloe Zhao praises the talent and vitality of her leading lady, Frances McDormand, and says we should be more kind to ourselves. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Gillian Anderson: Prince Harry is 'fairly well-qualified' to judge 'The Crown'
Actor Gillian Anderson reveals she was nervous before winning a Golden Globe for her role as Margaret Thatcher in "The Crown," and reacts to Prince Harry's comments on the series. (March 1)       

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Mar 01, 2021

Sacha Baron Cohen: 'I feel democracy was really in danger'
British actor Sacha Baron Cohen - who won two Golden Globes for comedy "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" - discusses the impetus behind the film and shooting during a pandemic. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Jodie Foster has 'Best Globes ever' with surprising win
A shoeless, pajama-clad Jodie Foster says that winning a Golden Globe for "The Mauritanian" was unexpected at a ceremony that "felt real" and addressed a lack of diversity in the HFPA membership. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

Anya Taylor-Joy's 'sassy chess'
Golden Globe winner Anya Taylor-Joy discusses how important teamwork is to winning awards and how she fell in love with chess after learning to play it for hit show, "The Queen's Gambit." (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

AP Top Stories March 1
Here's the latest for Monday March 1: Congress takes up voting reform; Trump calls for Republican unity; Netanyahu says Iran attacked Israeli-owned cargo ship; Cuomo issues statement about his behavior with women.      

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Mar 01, 2021

Trump names Republican impeachment supporters during CPAC speech
Former President Donald Trump called for GOP unity at a conservative convention in Orlando, Florida and then called out by name the 17 Republican House and Senate members who voted to impeach or convict him. (March 1)      

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Mar 01, 2021

AP Top Stories March 1 A
Here's the latest for Monday March 1: Congress takes up voting reform; Trump calls for Republican unity; Netanyahu says Iran attacked Israeli-owned cargo ship; Cuomo issues statement about his behavior with women.      

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Mar 01, 2021

US records record daily increase of variant cases; Florida lags in vaccinations of oldest residents; 513K US deaths. Latest COVID-19 updates
California Native American leaders fear deaths in their communities have been undercounted. US reports record increase in variants. Latest virus news.       

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Mar 01, 2021

'Nomadland,' 'Borat' win at a socially distant Golden Globes
"Nomadland" and "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" took the top film honors at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, capping a night that featured homebound winners accepting their awards. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler proved nimble hosts during the three-hour ceremony honoring outstanding film and television series. (March 1)      

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