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Howard University students walk near the university's main gate.

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The largest gift in Howard University's history — a $10 million investment in its STEM program — has sparked a larger conversation: which institutions get private donor money, and why.

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Two senior health officials in the province were fired, leaving Beijing in charge of efforts there to contain the virus which has killed more than 1,000 people since late December.

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The government is calling on a New York federal judge to dismiss lawsuits alleging the group was formed illegally. But animal rights advocates want a ruling.

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Holden Matthews has stated that he committed the crimes in an attempt to break into the "black metal" music scene. He set three historically black churches on fire during a 10-day period.

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Candidates need 1,991 delegates to become the Democratic Party's nominee and face President Trump in November. Here's where the candidates stand so far in the primaries.

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Scientists say certain brain wave patterns can predict whether a person is likely to respond to a common antidepressant, or would do better with non-drug therapy.

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The sculpture by Mexican artist Gabriel Rico included a large pane of glass with objects suspended within. How it suddenly broke into pieces on Saturday is a matter of fervent disagreement.

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The party's impressive election showing outpaced the country's two major parties and forced a political reckoning. So how did Sinn Fein shed its IRA-linked baggage and become the party of the young?

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