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A man looks at a Confederate monument in Linn Park this summer in Birmingham, Alabama. Alabama's attorney general sued the city of Birmingham in 2017 for covering the inscriptions at the base of the monument.

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The Alabama Supreme Court said the lower court erred earlier this year when it ruled the city of Birmingham had constitutional rights to free speech. The city must now pay a $25,000 fine.

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"Thank God nobody is accusing us anymore of interfering in U.S. elections," Russian President Vladimir Putin said at an investment conference last week. "Now they're accusing Ukraine."

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Some migrant parents who were told to wait in Mexico under President Trump's asylum policies are sending their children, unaccompanied, across the bridge to surrender to U.S. agents.

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The legislation is not a blanket ban. Instead, it limits the sale of flavored nicotine vaping products, including menthol, "to licensed smoking bars where they may only be smoked on-site."

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The 6.4 magnitude temblor killed more than two dozen people and injured hundreds. Rescuers are racing to find survivors — and those who lived must now pick up the pieces of their former lives.

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Jean Kiatti

The Peace Corps volunteer thought she would miss her family and the traditional holiday fixings. But she found new reasons to be thankful during her time in the West African nation of Benin.

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Duke was supposed to dominate Stephen F. Austin. One Las Vegas spread had the Blue Devils winning by more than 27 points. Instead, the Lumberjacks secured the biggest win in their program's history.

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Inclement weather sure has a knack for bad timing. On the eve of Thanksgiving, one of the busiest travel periods of the year, high winds and heavy snow are buffeting places from Oregon to New England.

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