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'From Staircase to Stage': Raekwon on growing up in N.Y. and the Wu-Tang Clan

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News brief: Unite the Right verdict, opioid trial, holiday air travel

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U.S. to release oil reserves as the holiday travel season gears up

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News brief: Wis. parade tragedy, Fed chair Powell, Austria's COVID-19 lockdown

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Chile's presidential election heads to a runoff on Dec. 19

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After the coup, Sudan's civilian prime minister is said to be back in power

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How to celebrate Thanksgiving safely — while still in the grips of the pandemic

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News brief: Wis. parade tragedy, Ga. murder trial, COVID and Thanksgiving

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News brief: Jan. 6 ruling, EU border crisis, Ethiopia detains U.N. workers

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News brief: Jan. 6 subpoenas, Supreme Court preview, India's climate challenge

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News brief: Climate talks, Astroworld festival, Nicaragua presidential election

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Mass protests are expected at the climate summit over the next 2 days

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'Woke Racism': John McWhorter argues against what he calls a religion of anti-racism

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News brief: Biden vaccine mandate, climate protests, Oath Keepers rosters

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