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AP News Minute: President Joe Biden on Thursday pledged to have 200 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines administered by the end of his first 10…

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The way people trade stocks has been upended by the rise of no-fee apps like Robinhood. That technology has democratized investing, giving arm…

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Georgia’s changing political landscape and emergence as a pivotal presidential battleground has outside groups funneling millions into both the state’s Senate races. That’s a cause of concern for Sen. David Perdue, whose challenger Jon Ossoff established himself in a 2017 special election as a prolific fundraiser.

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CLAIM: “Worst pandemic in 100 years, what does Congress do? Takes a paid vacation.” — Facebook post, April 24

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"Most Dangerous Game": Liam Hemsworth stars as a father-to-be with huge bills and a terminal illness in this high-end thrilling series that fe…

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The debate before the New Hampshire primary proved to be a lifeline to Klobuchar. Her strong performance helped stoke millions of dollars in overnight donations and, a few days later, a surprise third-place finish, likely at the expense of Buttigieg, who finished a close second to Sanders. She now says she has the resources to be competitive through Super Tuesday, on March 3.

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Online romance scams are growing at a dizzying pace, raking in millions of dollars from unsuspecting victims across the United States.

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TRUMP, on former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter: "Now look the $1.5 billion that Hunter ... got a lot of money from Ukraine, but he got $1.5 billion from China. ...They gave him $1.5 billion, he will make millions and millions with that. ...I think they would love to see another president." — Kentucky rally.

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Millions who had never heard of the book watched a blindfolded Sandra Bullock save two children in "Bird Box" on Netflix early this year. But probably a lot of them will now be interested in the apocalyptic thriller's sequel, "Malorie." Will she shed the blindfold, find love and keep those little birds alive? Safety is always precarious when you can't see the enemy. (Del Rey; Dec. 3) 

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