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What we know about the Covid-19 Delta variant first found in India

A coronavirus variant first detected in India in February has now gone global, popping up in dozens of countries and raising fears that the strain may spearhead a wave of infection that could overwhelm health care systems, reverse reopening plans and even potentially undermine the rollout of vaccines.

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It's time to chisel the big names off museums' walls

Climb the imposing stone staircase in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Great Hall and look to the left. Carved into the wall is the name of donor Claus von Bulow, who was convicted in 1982 of the murder of his wife (a conviction that was later reversed).

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Capitol Hill security reverses plan to reinstall outer perimeter fencing at Capitol

Capitol Hill security forces abruptly reversed plans to reinstall outer perimeter fencing on Capitol Complex grounds meant to protect against potential unrest related to the high-profile trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, walking back its request for additional security measures minutes after Chauvin was convicted of the 2020 murder of George Floyd.

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Cillizza: This is why Nikki Haley reversed her criticism of Trump

Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley now says she would step aside and support former President Donald Trump if he wants to run for president again in 2024. In this latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza explains why Haley changed her tune on 2024 in just a few short months.

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Trump and pandemic immigration shutdown leave huge visa backlog

Even though President Joe Biden has moved to reverse many of his predecessor's anti-immigration policies, the consequences of those restrictive measures linger and have contributed to a massive backlog of nearly 2.6 million visa applications.

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House Democrats weigh ejecting GOP winner of contested Iowa race

House Democrats are undeterred by the mounting GOP criticism over their review of a contested congressional race that could potentially overturn a state-certified Republican victory in southeast Iowa, brushing back attacks that they are seeking to subvert the will of voters just months after lambasting former President Donald Trump for trying to reverse his electoral defeat.

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