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For a few short days, the fence outside Lafayette Square became a crowdsourced mural with a message.
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“You can’t ignore a big, old pretty horse with a black woman on it,” says Brianna Noble
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Corey Cappelloni is raising money and awareness for health-care workers and coronavirus victims during his one-week journey, which begins Friday.
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He swept up broken glass, discarded protest signs and litter for 10 hours.
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There are a few questions patients have asked me repeatedly over the years. The most common is “Where are you from?”
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“Building and maintaining strength is one of the most important things you can do at any stage of life, and it’s extremely important after age 50,” a sports medicine physician said.
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In 40 seasons of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” Rachel Lindsay has been the only person of color in a lead role.
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From Zoom video protests to documenting police violence to sharing personal experiences on YouTube.
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Idaho potato farmer Doug Hess spent the past three months staring at a mammoth mountain of potatoes — enough to feed more than 6 million people.
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The Arizona teenagers held the event to support water safety programs and senior care facilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
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