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Photos from historic G7 meetings

President Joe Biden posed for a "family photo" with other world leaders Friday to mark the start of the 2021 G7 summit in Carbis Bay, England.

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The historical pitfall Biden should avoid with the global vaccination push

On Thursday, President Joe Biden announced that the United States will donate 500 million doses of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine worldwide, dramatically building on a previous commitment to share 80 million vaccines. "This is about our responsibility, our humanitarian obligation, to save as many lives as we can," Biden said. The statement comes on the heels of a concerted vaccination push in the US, and now more than 50% of the US population has already gotten at least one shot.

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Farmers threaten to release water by force

Amid historic, climate change-driven drought, the federal government shut down the water supply from the Upper Klamath Basin on the California-Oregon border. CNN's Lucy Kafanov reports.

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Biden and Johnson to agree to new Atlantic Charter during bilateral meeting 

President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson are expected on Thursday to agree to a new Atlantic Charter modeled on the historic declaration made by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1941 that set out American and British goals for the world after the end of World War II, national security adviser Jake Sullivan announced Wednesday.

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Opinion: 'Master of None' offers a radical new take on Black love

The latest season of the Netflix series "Master of None," which premiered on May 23, subverts longstanding racial stereotypes to create a brilliant, thought-provoking depiction of the intimacies of Black life. At this moment when America is reassessing the ways in which Black life has been historically and contemporaneously valued and devalued, this season could not be timelier.

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Pastor: 'There are Tulsas across this country'

Historic Vernon AME Church has been at the heart of the Greenwood District of Tulsa since long before the horrific events for which Greenwood is best known. The congregation dates back to 1905 and the church -- though it was torn down and rebuilt in 1914, before being burned during the horrific violence on May 31 and June 1, 1921 -- has been at its present site at 307 N. Greenwood Avenue since 1908.

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