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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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Biden admin scrambles to contain fallout from another border crisis

The Biden administration is ramping up deportation flights of migrants to as many as seven a day and talking to Brazil and Chile to possibly repatriate Haitians who previously resided in those countries as they scramble to contain the fallout amid bipartisan criticism.

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Boris Johnson admits he has 6 children

Boris Johnson has finally admitted that he has six children, a question he has previously dodged in numerous interviews and press conferences.

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Opinion: The GOP's Texas-sized mistake on abortion

I'll never forget the moment when I was called into an emergency session of the House of Representatives on Palm Sunday in 2005 -- just three months after I was sworn in as member of Congress -- to vote on the tragic case of Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who was on a feeding tube and in a permanent, irreversible vegetative state. Sadly, she was brain dead and Schiavo's husband, Michael, wanted to remove her feeding tube, stating that she had previously told him she did not want to have her life artificially prolonged with no hope of recovery. Schiavo's parents, Robert and Mary Schindler, objected to the husband's actions and unsuccessfully litigated the matter. The courts ruled with her husband over her parents at every turn.

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Top US general says terror groups could reconstitute in Afghanistan sooner than expected

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said Sunday in a briefing for Senators that terrorist groups like al Qaeda could reconstitute in Afghanistan sooner than the two years defense officials had previously estimated to Congress because of the recent, rapid Taliban takeover of the country, according to a Senate aide briefed on the comments.

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