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A letter claiming to be from the Mexican drug cartel blamed for abducting four Americans and killing two of them condemned the violence and said the gang turned over to authorities its own members who were responsible.

By Associated Press March 9, 2023
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A former executive assistant to Joe Biden has agreed to sit for an interview with the House Oversight Committee as Republicans expand their probe into the president's handling of classified documents.

By Associated Press March 9, 2023
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After three nasty years, the La Nina weather phenomenon that increases Atlantic hurricane activity and worsens western drought is gone, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday.

By Associated Press March 9, 2023
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Tribal leaders, scientists and conservation advocates buried Southern California's most famous mountain lion Saturday in the mountains where the big cat once roamed.

By STEFANIE DAZIO, Associated Press March 9, 2023
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St. John Paul II knew about sexual abuse of children by priests under his authority and sought to conceal it when he was an archbishop in his native Poland, a television news report has alleged.

By MONIKA SCISLOWSKA, Associated Press March 9, 2023
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The Vatican and Greece finalized a deal Tuesday for the return of three sculpture fragments from the Parthenon that have been in the collection of the Vatican Museums for two centuries, the latest case of a Western museum bowing to demands for restitution.

By Associated Press March 9, 2023
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The Biden administration is considering detaining migrant families who cross into the U.S. illegally as it prepares to end COVID-19 restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to U.S. officials familiar with the plans.

By COLLEEN LONG and ELLIOT SPAGAT, Associated Press March 8, 2023
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Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch said under oath that he believes the 2020 presidential election was free, fair and not stolen, according to court filings released Tuesday in a lawsuit over Fox News’ coverage of former President Donald Trump’s unfounded election fraud claims.

By DAVID BAUDER and JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press March 8, 2023
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Demonstrations, conferences and artistic events around the world Wednesday marked International Women's Day, an annual observance established to recognize women and to demand equality for half of the planet's population.

By CIARÁN GILES and MARI YAMAGUCHI, Associated Press March 8, 2023
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A road trip to Mexico for cosmetic surgery veered violently off course when four Americans were caught in a drug cartel shootout, leaving two dead and two held captive for days in a remote region of the Gulf coast before they were rescued from a wood shack, officials said Tuesday.

By ALFREDO PEÑA, FABIOLA SÁNCHEZ and TRAVIS LOLLER, Associated Press March 7, 2023
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If you get health care coverage through Medicaid, you might be at risk of losing that coverage over the next year.

By Associated Press March 7, 2023
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A Missouri law banning local police from enforcing federal gun laws is unconstitutional and void, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

By Associated Press March 7, 2023
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Handed some 41,000 hours of Jan. 6 security footage, Fox News' Tucker Carlson has launched an impassioned new effort to explain away the deadly Capitol attack, linking the Republican Party ever more closely to pro-Trump conspiracy theories about the 2021 riot.

By LISA MASCARO, MARY CLARE JALONICK and FARNOUSH AMIRI, Associated Press March 7, 2023
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Over the past 11 months, someone created thousands of fake, automated Twitter accounts — perhaps hundreds of thousands of them — to offer a stream of praise for Donald Trump.

By DAVID KLEPPER, Associated Press March 7, 2023
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In the culmination of the once-prominent lawyer’s fall from grace, Alex Murdaugh was sentenced to life in prison without parole Friday after being convicted of murdering his wife and son.

By JEFFREY COLLINS and JAMES POLLARD, Associated Press March 3, 2023
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Walmart plans to add more than two dozen health care centers to some of its stores next year, as the retailer moves deeper into providing primary care and other services.

By Associated Press March 3, 2023
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A married couple accused in a bizarre doomsday-focused triple murder case will be tried separately, an Idaho judge ruled Thursday.

By Associated Press March 3, 2023
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Eli Lilly will cut prices for some older insulins later this year and immediately give more patients access to a cap on the costs they pay to fill prescriptions.

By TOM MURPHY, AP Health Writer March 2, 2023
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Olivia Duke said she’s been trapped in her home in the snow-plastered mountains east of Los Angeles for so long that by Thursday the only food she had left was oatmeal.

By Associated Press March 2, 2023
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Inside a shrine overlooking snow-capped mountains, Hindu priests heaped spoonfuls of puffed rice and ghee into a crackling fire.

By Associated Press March 2, 2023
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The Ukrainian military might pull troops back from the key stronghold of Bakhmut, an adviser to Ukraine's president said Wednesday in remarks that suggested Russia could capture the city that has become a symbol of Ukrainian resistance.

By SUSIE BLANN, Associated Press March 1, 2023
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COVID-19's origins remain hazy. Three years after the start of the pandemic, it's still unclear whether the coronavirus that causes the disease leaked from a lab or spread to humans from an animal.

By DAVID KLEPPER, Associated Press March 1, 2023
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Jack Holder, a Pearl Harbor survivor who went on become a decorated World War II flyer who flew over 100 missions in the Pacific and European theaters, has died in Arizona.

By Associated Press March 1, 2023
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Conservative justices holding the Supreme Court's majority are skeptically questioning President Joe Biden's plan to wipe away or reduce student loans held by millions of Americans.

By MARK SHERMAN, Associated Press February 28, 2023
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Endangered Mexican gray wolves are making more strides, as more breeding pairs and pups have been documented since reintroduction efforts began in the southwestern U.S. more than two decades ago, federal wildlife managers said Tuesday.

By SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press February 28, 2023

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