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Iceland shaken by a ‘swarm’ of earthquakes

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Proposed election law changes spur political showdowns in Washington and state capitals

Four months after the presidential election, ballot access and voting safeguards still are pressing topics in Congress and state legislatures. The U.S. House last week voted 220-210 to pass a sweeping government and elections reform bill. It all...

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San Diego Zoo vaccinates apes against COVID-19


A group of great apes has gotten the coronavirus vaccine at the San Diego Zoo. Four orangutans and five bonobos already got their shots, and four more of the animals will also get vaccinated soon. Eight gorillas got infected with COVID-19 in January;...

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‘MyPillow Guy’ sued over election ‘lies’

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This week's word in the news: OBSTRUCTING

DEFINITION:

Hindering from passage, action, or operation; to block or close up.

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Klein was arrested Thursday in Virginia and faces charges including obstructing Congress and assaulting officers using a dangerous weapon.
The Tampa Bay Times -- 03/08/2021

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