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Prosecutor Linda Dunikoski speaks during opening statements in the trial of Gregory McMichael, his son, Travis McMichael, and a neighbor, William "Roddie" Bryan, at the Glynn County Courthouse on Friday in Brunswick, Ga. The three men are charged with the February 2020 slaying of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery. Octavio Jones/AP hide caption

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Prosecutor says the McMichaels chased Ahmaud Arbery for 5 minutes before killing him

Travis McMichael, his father, Gregory McMichael, and William "Roddie" Bryan face murder charges, accused of cornering and killing Arbery in a neighborhood in Glynn County, Ga.

Judy Chartier holds a photograph of her missing daughter, also named Judith "Judy" Chartier, in May 1990. The car belonging to Judith and her remains were discovered nearly 40 years later. Tom Landers/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Items belonging to a teen who vanished in 1982 were found in a Massachusetts river

The car and a work ID belonging to Judy Chartier, 17, were found in the Concord River, officials say. The teen previously went missing after attending a party in June 1982.

Dwayne Johnson attends the world premiere of Netflix's Red Notice on Wednesday in Los Angeles. Johnson says his production company will no longer use real guns on set. Amy Sussman/Getty Images hide caption

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Dwayne Johnson vows to stop using real guns in film projects after 'Rust' tragedy

The actor said his production company decided to make the switch to rubber guns after the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the Rust movie set last month.

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Coronavirus FAQ: It's cold and flu season — and COVID season. How do I stay unsick?

Last winter the number of flu cases was pretty low, likely a result of COVID precautions people were taking. Does that mean we have fewer antibodies — and a greater risk of catching something now?

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After a concussion, the brain may no longer make sense of sounds

A concussion can make it difficult to converse in a noisy room. Scientists say that's because the injury has impaired the brain's ability to process sounds.

After a concussion, the brain may no longer make sense of sounds

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University of Florida allows professors to testify in a voting rights case after all

The university is reversing its decision to bar three professors from serving as expert witnesses in a case against the state. The earlier decision was seen as an infringement of free speech.

Peloton CEO John Foley, left, is seen behind one of his company's fitness machine along with others gathered for the groundbreaking for the company's first U.S. factory in August in Luckey, Ohio. John Seewer/AP hide caption

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After sprinting through the pandemic, Peloton's stock hits the wall

The company said that it will likely lose more money than it had expected in fiscal year 2022. Peloton has thrived during the pandemic, driven by people who set up places to work out at home.

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How to wake up early, even if you're not a morning person

Waking up at dawn with the bakers and the baristas may not be for everyone — especially night owls. Whether you have to wake up early, or you'd like to become more of a morning lark, here are a few habits that can help you set yourself up for success at that first alarm.

Smoke rises from a brick kiln on the outskirts of Gauhati, India, in 2015. India's pledge this week to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2070 factors into a new, more optimistic, analysis by the International Energy Agency on climate change goals. Anupam Nath/AP hide caption

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Latest climate pledges could limit global temperature rise, a new report says

The International Energy Agency says that if nations honor their latest pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, global temperatures could be held to 1.8 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels.

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Pfizer says its COVID-19 pill cuts the disease's worst risks by 89%

Based on the strength of the trial's results, Pfizer says it will ask the FDA for emergency use authorization rather than enroll more people for clinical trials.

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Active-duty police in major U.S. cities appear on purported Oath Keepers rosters

Hacked records purported to be from the extremist group Oath Keepers include the names of active-duty law enforcement officers in New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago, NPR and WNYC/Gothamist found.

Active-duty police in major U.S. cities appear on purported Oath Keepers rosters

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks during a news conference on Sept., 23, 2020. Cameron and attorneys general for Ohio and Tennessee filed a lawsuit claiming the new federal vaccine mandate is government overreach. Timothy D. Easley/AP hide caption

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Hours after the White House issues its new vaccine mandate, GOP-led states sue

Dozens of Republican state officials are suing over the White House's COVID-19 vaccine mandate that they say is unconstitutional and threatens business.

Government forces guard the entrance of hotel after an armed confrontation on Thursday near Puerto Morelos, Mexico. Two suspected drug dealers were killed after gunmen from competing gangs staged a dramatic shootout near upscale hotels that sent foreign tourists scrambling for cover. Karim Torres/AP hide caption

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In a beach showdown by luxury hotels near Cancun, 2 people were shot dead

A commando of drug gang gunmen on Thursday stormed ashore at a beach on Mexico's resort-studded Caribbean coast in front of luxury hotels and executed two drug dealers from a rival gang.

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