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Opinion: Why I'm not rejoicing over the bipartisan infrastructure bill

The bipartisan infrastructure bill is making its way through the US Senate. This past weekend, 67 senators -- including 18 Republicans -- voted to cut off debate on the massive package, clearing the way for a final vote early this week. This kind of bipartisanship is heartening -- and will lead to important investments in roads, bridges, rail, broadband internet and the electric grid. Yet the bill also thoroughly exposes the glaring problem with the Republican Party's opposition to additional taxes on corporations and the wealthy.

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Analysis: The secret that this UFO report exposes

Sometime later this month, Congress is expected to receive a detailed report from the Defense Department and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence that provides -- in far greater detail than ever before -- what the government knows about unidentified flying objects.

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What a journalist's jailing for heroic Covid coverage exposes about China

My business -- documenting attacks on journalists in Asia and advocating on their behalf -- requires a thick skin. I can't let every case get to me, or I couldn't function. But sometimes a case pierces through the armor. That happened Monday morning when I awoke to the news that a Chinese court had sentenced journalist Zhang Zhan, 37, to four years in jail for "picking quarrels and provoking trouble." This follows the government indictment, which accused her of "publishing large amounts of fake information."

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See what happens when engineers test a defective AmazonBasics product

In an exclusive investigation, CNN exposes how safety concerns have been raised about certain AmazonBasics products. Since 2016, at least 1,500 reviews have been written about dozens of AmazonBasics products exploding, catching on fire, smoking, melting, causing electrical malfunctions or otherwise posing safety risks. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

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Special Report: Pandemic exposes systemic staffing problems at U.S. nursing homes

One night in April, as coronavirus swept through the Hammonton Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, Robyn Esaw, a double amputee, signaled for help with her bedpan. She said she hit the bedside button that turns on a red hallway light. None of the few remaining staff showed up - and one of them turned the light off. Esaw only got help, eventually, by wheeling herself to the nursing station and yelling.

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