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Charges against Jussie Smollett 'dropped'Charges against Jussie Smollett 'dropped'

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Purdue Pharma settles opioid lawsuit for $270m

Purdue Pharma settles opioid lawsuit for $270m
The drug company owned by the wealthy Sackler dynasty is facing 2,000 claims over its painkiller.
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Nasa's first all-female spacewalk scrapped over spacesuit sizes

Nasa's first all-female spacewalk scrapped over spacesuit sizes
The US space agency cites the lack of medium-size spacesuits that fit best female astronauts.
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US-Mexico border wall: Pentagon authorises $1bn transfer

US-Mexico border wall: Pentagon authorises $1bn transfer
President Trump declared a national emergency to bypass Congress and divert funds for the project.
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The end for Obamacare? Trump administration says it will ask a court to throw out entire health law

The Trump Administration agrees in court filing with a lower court's ruling that would eliminate the Affordable Care Act
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Justin Bieber Gives Update On Mental Health, Says He’s Focused On Repairing His ‘Deep-Rooted Issues’
Here's when fans can expect to hear new music
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Trump campaign raising money off Mueller report summary
President Trump appears to be taking a victory lap after a summary of the Mueller report found no evidence of collusion with Russia. The Trump campaign is raising money off the Mueller report. Major Garrett explains.
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Trail Blazers Top Nets 148-144 In Double OT, But Lose Nurkic
They had just clinched a playoff spot, though there were no cheers or celebrations from the Portland Trail Blazers. Instead, just silence and prayers for Jusuf Nurkic.
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Coaches, administrators plead not guilty in college admissions scandal
Defendants in the college admissions scandal are maintaining their innocence when they appear in federal court. A dozen coaches, university administrators and others facing racketeering charges pleaded not guilty Monday before a Boston judge. More than two dozen parents are scheduled to make court..
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