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Journalist Alison Killing explains her investigation in Xinjiang, China, where the government has used facial recognition cameras to track Uyghurs and detain them in camps across the region.(Image credit: Stacie McChesney / TED )
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Arizona Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is leaving her party to register as an independent. The decision shakes up the power dynamic in the closely divided U.S. Senate.
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American basketball star Brittney Griner returned to the United States early Friday after being freed in a high-profile prisoner exchange following nearly 10 months in detention in Russia.(Image credit: Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP via Getty Images...
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American basketball star Brittney Griner returned to the United States early Friday after being freed in a high-profile prisoner exchange following nearly 10 months in detention in Russia.(Image credit: AP)
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The Reichsbürger or "Reich Citizens" movement believes Germany's modern democratic government is not legitimate, and has grown in the last year.(Image credit: Paul Zinken/Picture Alliance via Getty Images)
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Maxwell Frost, who became the first Gen Z candidate to be elected to the U.S. House in November, says Congress has a serious problem of accessibility for people who don't come from wealth. (Image credit: Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)
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The DNC has taken its first steps to make drastic changes to the primary calendar. But Republicans want to keep things exactly as they are and that means a lot of attention on Iowa. (Image credit: Clay Masters/Iowa Public Radio)
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Boeing says the last 747 it will ever build left its assembly line this week. It's the end of an aviation era that began with Pan Am's first commercial flight of the jumbo jet in 1970.
The U.S. wants to mine more domestic lithium for electric vehicle batteries. It would require demolishing houses, digging up farms and disrupting streams. Some residents worry about the impact.
In a country that uses different age-counting systems, South Koreans will change to an internationally recognized style. They could lose one or two years when the change goes into effect in June.
The former U.S. Marine has been held in Russia since 2018. As supporters celebrate Brittney Griner's release, they — Whelan himself included — are wondering why he was left behind. (Image credit: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP via Getty Images)
Former White House counterterrorism analyst Lee Wolosky talks about the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner from Russian custody in exchange for arms dealer Viktor Bout.
"Moments ago I spoke to Brittney Griner. She is safe. She is on a plane. She is on her way home," President Biden wrote on Twitter.(Image credit: Evgenia Novozhenina/Pool/AFP via Getty Images)
Other detainees also face the possibility of the death penalty for their involvement in the protests, which began in mid-September, first as an outcry against Iran's morality police.(Image credit: AP)
The visit showcases Beijing's ambitions to expand its influence in the Gulf, a region traditionally seen as a close U.S. security partner. Oil and defense are key to Chinese-Saudi ties.(Image credit: Saudi Press Agency/AP)
After weeks of protests, officials in China are loosening the country's notoriously strict anti-COVID measures. How did protestors succeed despite heavy online censorship?(Image credit: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)
As the DNC publicly debates the future of its presidential primary cycle, Republicans settle into the status quo, leading with the Iowa Caucuses.
Google compiled data on the people, entertainment and current events that Americans searched for the most in 2022. (Image credit: Jeff Chiu/AP)
The conviction of a former Border Patrol agent who confessed to killing four sex workers in 2018 means an automatic sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.(Image credit: Jerry Lara/AP)
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The announcement underscored the intentions by Afghanistan's new rulers to continue hardline policies implemented since they took over the country and to stick to their interpretation of Islamic law.
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Maryland is banning the use of TikTok and certain China and Russia-based platforms in its executive branch. It's the latest state to address cybersecurity risks presented by the platforms.
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