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Dirty parks, closed museums: The government shutdown grinds on
The closing of Washington’s star attractions has left many tourists and furloughed locals frustrated with both President Trump and Congress. Litter also decorates the city’s top sites.
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Dirty parks, closed museums: The government shutdown grinds on
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Watch: Massive cranes explode in controlled blast at Hard Rock Hotel
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First all-female spacewalk makes history
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Lawyers argue that DNA testing may point to new suspect for 1985 murder
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Council votes to close Rikers Island jail complex
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A baby’s struggle to overcome her mother’s addiction
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Chicago teachers picket on first day of citywide strike
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Zuckerberg slams Chinese social media app TikTok for censorship
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Teacher’s racist tirade to parent caught on camera
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‘It’s emotional’: Forth Worth police chief chokes up discussing Jefferson shooting
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Fort Worth officer who fatally shot woman in her home charged with murder
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Fort Worth officer who shot woman in her home has been uncooperative with investigation
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'We demand justice': Family of woman shot by Fort Worth officer releases statement
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'Enough is enough': Fort Worth police face backlash after woman is fatally shot in home