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This Georgia county is one of many Black communities erased by White mob violence

As talk of reparations crop up across the country, CNN's John Avlon talks with historian Geoff Ward about the number of Black communities wiped out by mob attacks and how a young Senator Abraham Lincoln had warned the nation against disguising mob violence as political expression over a century and a half ago. Watch the latest episode of "History Refocused."

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Opinion: A pediatrician's advice for parents considering a potential Covid-19 vaccine for young kids

Soon, parents across the country may finally have the option to vaccinate their young kids against Covid-19. Pfizer and BioNTech announced Tuesday they are requesting emergency use authorization for their Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 6 months to 5 years, signaling the potential arrival of a vaccine for this age group in the weeks to come, pending review of the safety and efficacy data.

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Burnt-out school superintendent quits for his family -- and to save his health

As he stepped back and stared at his 66-year-old father and 12-year-old son following the family tradition of working on a car, Donald Fennoy made a life-changing decision. He needed more quality time with his aging parents and young children and less time dealing with other people's parents and children. The stress of trying to handle the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic compounded by divisive politics on full display at hostile school board meetings was too much.

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Opinion: Neil Young is still searching

"You keep me searchin' and I'm growing old," sang Neil Young in one of his most famous hits, released 50 years ago. "Keep me searchin' for a heart of gold." There was a flash of that quest for a better world last week when the 76-year-old rocker took a stand against Covid-19 vaccine misinformation.

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The future of the GOP isn't about DeSantis or Youngkin

A year after Donald Trump left the White House and with the 2022 midterms looming, much of the Republican Party has its sights on what, and who, comes next. Though Trump is still very much in the picture -- his recent rally in Arizona had strong back-on-the-campaign-trail vibes -- two Republican governors (and the states they represent) have emerged as possible answers to these GOP questions: Virginia's Glenn Youngkin and Florida's Ron DeSantis.

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Parents of the youngest kids are not OK right now

The number of children under 5 hospitalized with Covid-19 has reached a record high, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday. This is partly because kids in this age group aren't eligible for vaccines, and the latest Omicron variant is explosively contagious. There are also fears that Omicron -- which seems to largely affect the upper airway -- may cause more severe cases in little ones, who have smaller airways.

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Lancaster County's politics over the past year shows how Trump's election lies morphed into anger that overshadowed local issues

The day after the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, three local Republican officials in Pennsylvania's Lancaster County announced they were leaving the GOP.  Among them was Ethan Demme, a lifelong conservative who had previously served as the youngest Republican Party chairman in this deeply red corner of southeast Pennsylvania. 

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Opinion: What I realized when my toddler got Covid

After spending the last two years terrified of getting Covid-19, last month our four-year-old daughter -- too young to be vaccinated, much less boosted -- got sick. There was an outbreak in her pre-K classroom, so as soon she got a temperature, we did an at-home test.

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