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Victor Manuel Rocha was a State Department employee for more than 20 years. Prosecutors say during that time and in the 20 years since, he acted as an illegal agent for Cuba.
If you're asking what "rizz" means, you're not alone. There's even a chance that you have rizz without actually knowing what it is.
After 22 years with the show, Davies is cutting back on his workload. He chats with Terry Gross about some of his most memorable interviews, and the preparation that goes into each conversation.
While he did not provide a clear reason for the suspension of his campaign, Burgum did lodge criticisms at the RNC for its debate rules in his Monday morning announcement.
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Texas goes green: How oil country became the renewable energy leader
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the next GOP debate and how Trump is avoiding attacks
Supreme Court hears case that could shield Purdue Pharma owners from opioid lawsuits
How Republican hopefuls are campaigning in Iowa with 6 weeks until caucuses
Rising cancer rates among young women highlight blind spots in medical systems
News Wrap: Remains of 5 crew members recovered from wreckage of Osprey crash off Japan
Thai workers held hostage by Hamas describe kidnappings and recovery after release
Israel expands Gaza invasion south, forcing many to flee areas previously considered safe
Kyiv's war effort to defend itself from Russia's invasion may grind to a halt without tens of billions of dollars in military and economic assistance, the Biden administration told Congress.
The educational nonprofit behind Sesame Street has created videos and stories for caregivers or therapists to share with kids 6 and under, to help explain addiction or why parents need treatment.
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In a memo addressed to staff, CEO Daniel Ek said it was necessary for the company to "rightsize" after hiring too many people during 2020 and 2021. Roughly 1,500 workers are likely to be let go.