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Why losing weight may protect you from Covid-19

More than 40% of adults in the United States are obese. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why obesity is one of the top underlying health conditions associated with Covid-19 deaths.

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As Black Friday approaches, retailers are lobbying states

Retailers forced to close down stores to customers early in the pandemic are now pushing officials to allow them to stay open on Black Friday and into the holiday shopping season, even as coronavirus cases surge across the country.

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Analysis: How Georgia proves Trump has no chance of winning

President-elect Joe Biden is going to be the next president of the United States. That hasn't stopped President Donald Trump and his campaign from claiming without any proof that there was wide scale fraud in the 2020 election.

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These girls see themselves in Kamala Harris

When US Sen. Kamala Harris of California was elected as the next vice president of the United States, girls all over the country saw someone like themselves elected to the second-highest office in the country for the first time.

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16 must-see buildings in the American South

One way to get to know the real nature of the American South is to travel its highways and byways and view its architecture. You'll discover a region of the United States that's far more diverse than you might have imagined.

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Meet the first ladies of the United States

The job of FLOTUS is one of the more curious positions in the White House, since it's technically not a job at all. It is not included in the Constitution; there is no job description; and it doesn't come with a salary.

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Hold President Trump accountable for his misdeeds

The election of Joe Biden as President of the United States, despite the specious claims of voter fraud from President Donald Trump, will not end the controversy over the Trump administration. Once the President leaves office, he will no longer have the immunity from prosecution he's enjoyed for the last four years. And despite never prosecuting a former president in our history, this time there is a strong case for breaking that norm. Holding President Trump accountable also may be the only way to hold our political parties accountable.

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