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Reports: Perdue plans to challenge Kemp in GOP primary for Georgia governor

Former GOP Sen. David Perdue plans to announce Monday that he's mounting a primary challenge against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, a move that will pit the ally of former President Donald Trump against the incumbent Republican governor and set up an intra-party fight in one of the nation's closely watched political battlegrounds, according to multiple reports.

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How Venezuela lured and arrested US citizens

The so-called "Citgo 6," a group of 5 US citizens and a permanent US resident under house arrest in Venezuela, have become pawns in the long-running confrontation between the United States and the Venezuelan regime of embattled President Nicolas Maduro. CNN's Isa Soares reports.

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How would you look as a Viking? Jim Lyngvild has some ideas

If you've seen Vikings depicted on TV, you'd be forgiven for picturing them with unkempt beards, wearing helmets with horns and ready for battle. But Danish photographer, designer and Viking descendent Jim Lyngvild wants to give them more depth.

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Army sniper school has first woman graduate

The first woman has graduated from the US Army's elite sniper school, completing the seven-week course designed to produce "the most feared weapon on the battlefield."

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Soldier previously covered by CNN dies from cancer from burn pits

CNN's Brianna Keilar pays tribute to former Staff Sergeant Wesley Black, who died after a battle with cancer which his oncologist said was linked to burn pits used by the military to burn trash in Iraq and Afghanistan. Black's story was previously covered by CNN.

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Analysis: Biden has reached a critical moment in the battle for blue-collar voters

Just as Democrats face another round of hand-wringing about their erosion among working-class and rural White voters -- after last week's daunting election results in Virginia and New Jersey -- the long-delayed congressional approval of a historic infrastructure plan will test President Joe Biden's central theory on how the party can reverse that decline.

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Analysis: Ted Cruz has found the real vaccine enemy

• White House says companies should abide by vaccine mandate during court battle • The US is reopening its borders to Europe, the global epicenter of Covid-19 • What the end of the pandemic could look like

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The next front in Facebook's misinformation battle: climate change

In August 2019, when a Facebook employee typed "climate change" into the platform's search bar, the auto-fill suggestions that popped up included "climate change debunked" and "climate change is a hoax." The results prompted the employee to ask in a post on the company's internal site: "Do our policies combatting the spread of misinformation on Facebook apply to climate denialism?"

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