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Myanmar UN Representative speaks after issuing plea to the world

CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Kyaw Moe Tun, the Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, about his statement before the UN General Assembly in New York calling on members to "use any means necessary" to restore democracy in his country.

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Animal cruelty cases surge in freezing Texas

• As power is restored for most Texans, water problems begin to mount • Fact-checking the energy-failure blame game • 'Y'all, I cannot believe this!': Mom films disaster in Texas home

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It's time for the US to make good with Afghanistan

One month into his administration, President Joe Biden faces a daunting set of domestic and international crises. As Covid-19 continues to spread around the world, America's allies are also counting on the Biden administration to restore leadership, credibility and international partnerships as part of US foreign policy.

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Why it matters Biden restored press briefings

Something unusual is happening in Washington, DC: Media briefings, and lots of them. Real live briefings where the press gets to ask questions to the administration and spokespeople and senior officials actually answer them.

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Analysis: Impeachment trial renews trauma of the Trump years

Five days into America's restored political normality, the stark delivery of an article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate was a flashback to the horror of the Capitol insurrection and the trauma of the last four years.

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Whose job was it to restore order at the Capitol?

Across the nation Americans are asking "How could this have happened?" The failure of federal law enforcement authorities to effectively defend the US Capitol was a disaster of monumental proportions. Members of Congress—and the rest of us--were stunned at the sight of rioters sitting in the Senate Chamber and even at Speaker Nancy Pelosi's personal desk in her Capitol office. Yet another mob member carried a Confederate flag through the Rotunda.

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Opinion: This is the change that could truly honor Breonna Taylor

A little after midnight on March 13, police officers in Louisville, Kentucky, killed Breonna Taylor in a hail of bullets fired into a darkened hallway. The Black emergency room technician was barely awake one minute and dead the next. She would become a flashpoint in a larger movement for the protection of Black lives, alongside slain men like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd. The killing of those men would lead to significant systemic change. Jackie Johnson, the district attorney accused of mishandling the Arbery case before she recused herself from it, lost her job at the ballot box to a candidate promising to restore community trust. Floyd's death brought about sweeping police reform and budget cuts not only in Minneapolis, but in cities and states across the nation.

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Texas judge weighs legality of DACA, putting the program at risk again

Just weeks after a federal court ordered that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals be restored, a judge in Texas heard arguments in a case challenging the legality of the program, which shields hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children from deportation.

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Unlike Trump, Biden believes in climate science

President-elect Joe Biden will restore key features of the presidency that have been absent for the past four years, chief among them a belief that humans cause climate change. Biden made his commitment to science abundantly clear in announcing the nominations of his economic, health and environment teams.

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5 takeaways from Biden's first wave of nominations and appointments

• Biden prioritizes climate crisis by naming John Kerry special envoy • Biden to pick Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary • Biden picks loyal lieutenant to lead mission to restore US reputation on world stage • Mayorkas could bring stability to DHS after years of interim leadership

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Opinion: What Biden's new security and diplomatic team can do for America

President-elect Joe Biden has allowed the world, or at least the rational, democratic (with a small d) part of it, to breathe a sigh of relief. With the designation of Antony Blinken as Secretary of State and Jake Sullivan as National Security Adviser, suddenly it seems that order and rationality are on the cusp of being restored to American diplomacy.

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Opinion: America, we've missed you. Now please get your act together on climate change

Joe Biden's victory in the US presidential election makes us hopeful for our collective future on Earth. We are confident that under his leadership public trust in facts, in science, and in international collaboration to solve global problems will be restored. In doing so, the President-elect will bring a short but aberrant period of US history to a close.

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