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House committee seeks federal records and phone data as Jan. 6 Capitol takeover inquiry presses ahead

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Pope Francis visiting impoverished Roma quarter in Slovakia

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This week's word in the news: SERENE

DEFINITION:
Calm, peaceful and untroubled; tranquil.


FOUND IN THE NEWS:
In the heart of San Francisco, there is a place so serene you can’t hear the honking of car horns or the ringing of cell phones or the chatter of daily life.
The San Francisco Chronicle -- 09/13/2021