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  • Analyzing closing arguments in Ahmaud Arbery murder trial

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  • Build Back Better bill will be 'transformational for children in this country': Rep. Jackie Speier

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  • Biden briefly transferring powers to Harris as routine physical involves anesthesia

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Medical examiner release names of remaining 4 Atlanta spa victims

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The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office released the names of the four remaining victims in the Atlanta-area spa shootings.