Serena Williams stunned by Wang Qiang at Australian Open

Serena Williams has been upset in the third round of the Australian Open by Wang Qiang of China in three sets.

Explosion at Houston building shakes city, scatters debris

A large explosion at an apparent industrial building in Houston early Friday was felt for miles away, left rubble scattered in the area and damaged nearby homes.
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Woman who urged boyfriend to kill himself released from jail early

Michelle Carter, the 23-year-old convicted of manslaughter for encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide, was released from jail in Massachusetts on Thursday.
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Democrats resume opening arguments against Trump

Senators reconvened in the Capitol for the third day of President Trump's impeachment trial, with House Democrats resuming arguments for why the president should be removed from office for abusing his power and obstructing Congress.
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Nebraska doctor lets patients pay for surgery by volunteering

With around 43 million Americans under 65 past-due on medical bills and yearly U.S. medical debt totaling $88 billion, one surgeon in Nebraska is offering to eliminate debt for his patients. As long as they agree to pay it forward.

Teachers across NC consider extended walkout in new survey

Teachers across North Carolina said they are angry about the lack of funding for education in the state.

Weinstein trial turns to accusers, starting with Sciorra

Actress Annabella Sciorra is set to confront Harvey Weinstein at his New York City rape trial, more than a quarter-century after she says he pinned her to a bed and raped her.

8 shot, 1 dead after gunman opens fire in Downtown Seattle

Police say a gunman opened fire in downtown Seattle on Wednesday night, killing one person and wounding seven others.
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Saudi Arabia dismisses claim it hacked Amazon CEO’s phone

The United Nations released a report Wednesday saying senior investigators had received information "suggesting" a WhatsApp account belonging to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had sent a file carrying digital spyware to The Washington Post owner and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

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