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Biden demands faster drop in gas prices as oil tumbles

• Russia could lose 30% of its oil output within weeks, IEA warns • Natural gas is expensive, dirty and financing war. Here are 5 ways to use less of it • Covid. War. Inflation. Recession fears. The stock market can't keep up

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Royals hope for jubilee reset after tumultuous 12 months

Every family has its breakdowns, but the outside world doesn't usually hear about them. The royal family doesn't like to air its dirty laundry in public either, traditionally preferring to adopt Queen's mantra of "never complain, never explain." So, when there's a wobble in that stiff upper lip, people lap up every detail.

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Opinion: Doctors can't prioritize care based on vaccine status

One night many years ago, I was looking forward to finally getting some sleep after working 17 hours straight as a medical intern. But before I could leave, I got called to see another patient: A homeless man with black grime covering his plaid shirt and brown pants who had a severe blood infection from shooting up heroin with dirty needles.

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The dirty little secret about Trump's endorsements

Former President Donald Trump boasts his winning endorsement record any chance he gets, but is his seal of approval really all it's cracked up to be? In the latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza breaks down the numbers that show Trump's picks aren't quite as unbeatable as he wants you to think.

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Dirty Dozen 2021: View the list of foods with the most and least pesticides

Strawberries continue to lead the "Dirty Dozen" list of fruits and veggies that contain the highest levels of pesticides, followed by spinach, a trio of greens -- kale, collard and mustard -- nectarines, apples, and grapes, according to the Environmental Working Group's 2021 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce.

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Opinion: This dirty work could detect Covid

With a new semester underway, many university administrators and faculty are reflecting on the lessons we learned last fall about how to conduct in-person operations in the midst of a global pandemic.

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Chinese state media slams TikTok deal

Two prominent Chinese media outlets are urging Beijing to kill what they call a "dirty" and "unpalatable" deal intended to keep TikTok operating in the United States.

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Analysis: Can you see through Trump's invented reality?

We made a whole podcast about how this election is going to work. It's even more complicated than you think. The first episode of the Election 101 podcast is about voter registration, which is where the process starts -- but there's a dirty history of people being denied the right to register in this country. This is a really worthwhile adventure from Kristen Holmes and CNN Audio, and you're going to learn a lot about our weird election system. Listen here.

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