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20 years ago, the iPod was born
Scientists used a tiny brain implant to help a blind teacher see letters again
Houston Astros head to World Series, just a few years after their cheating scandal
11 days after a Moroccan man died, a Texan is arrested on a murder warrant
Saudi Arabia pledges net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060
Despite higher COVID risk, most pregnant Americans remain unvaccinated
Border Patrol apprehensions hit a record high. But that's only part of the story
Lyft report cites higher numbers of sexual assaults
This city will rely on bottled water for weeks because of high lead levels
Students at Howard University are protesting poor housing conditions on campus
Peter Scolari, of 'Newhart,' 'Bosom Buddies' and 'Girls,' dies at 66
Walmart recalls essential oil-infused spray after 'rare and dangerous' bacteria found
People wonder if they should keep calm and carry on in the face of delta plus variant
Former Giuliani associate Lev Parnas is convicted of campaign finance crimes
Coronavirus FAQ: Why do so many folks say to drink lots of water before your vaccine?
A proposed Biden drug policy could widen racial disparities, civil rights groups warn