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Sonika Menon, 15, and her Birthday Giving Program help bring parties to children, people with disabilities and senior citizens who might not otherwise get to celebrate.

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Liam Hannon, 12, spreads kindness and care to people experiencing homelessness. Through Liam's Lunches of Love, he makes and delivers homemade meals and positive messages.

One of the fanciest foods you can serve at dinner is the exclusive white gold caviar. Harvested at a fish farm in Austria by a father-son duo, the caviar comes from a rare albino sturgeon. The process can take eight to ten years to complete—and the Gruell family are the only fish breeders in…

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Columbia University is investigating this incident caught on video where a white student is berating a group of students about the superiority of the white race.

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In memory of his coach, Max Bobholz, 18, collects and distributes baseball equipment for children in Kenya through his nonprofit, Angels at Bat.

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President Trump spars with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) in the Oval Office over border security and an agreement that would avoid a government shutdown.

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Survivor and executive director of "End Rape on Campus" Jess Davidson said the new definition of sexual harassment under Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's new sexual abuse on campus rules would force survivors to put their education second and lead to less reporting.

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A Texas judge accepted a no contest plea deal to a lesser charge from former Fraternity president Jacob Anderson, who was indicted on four counts of sexual assault. Anderson will serve no jail time.

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Just as public employee unions can't force nonmembers to pay representation fees, state bar associations can't force lawyers to subsidize their operations and political activity. So says the U.S. Supreme Court in a recent ruling about five months after it banned forced union fees in the landmark Janus vs AFSCME decision.

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In an interview with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) says President Donald Trump has abused his power and that he believes Trump obstructed the Russia investigation.

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Benin born singer Angelique Kidjo is a living legend. With more than 13 albums, 3 grammys and more than 45 years of musical experience she has mastered the art of song making and performing.

Growing up, Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin didn’t feel like girls were encouraged to pursue careers in STEM. Now, with Girls Coding, she’s focusing on teaching girls from disadvantaged backgrounds in Nigeria how to program, giving them a voice through technology. By investing in people, she’s bui…

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Former GOP Senator Alan Simpson was part of the bipartisan group of 44 former US senators who penned an op-ed for the Washington Post that called for a greater defense for democracy.

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During the 2016 referendum, Southend-on-Sea, England, voted 58% in favor of Brexit, but now many of the voters have become disillusioned with the process or have changed their minds. CNN's Hadas Gold reports.

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Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci explains to CNN's Chris Cuomo why he thinks President Trump hiring John Kelly as his White House chief of staff was a "misfire."

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The House of Commons expelled a Labour Party MP after he picked up the ceremonial mace in protest against the postponement of a vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal.

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CNN's Don Lemon shares why it does not make sense to compare former President Obama's civil violation of a federal election law to the campaign finance crimes of President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen.

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CNN's Chris Cuomo discusses new reporting that at least 16 associates Donald Trump had contacts with Russians during the 2016 campaign or transition, according to public statements, court filings, CNN reporting, and reporting from other news outlets.

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Forty-four former Republican and Democratic US senators penned an op-ed for The Washington Post that warns "we are entering a dangerous period" and urges current and future senators to be "steadfast and zealous guardians of our democracy."

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Sources told CNN that one of the reasons Nick Ayers did not take the chief of staff job was because of resistance from first lady Melania Trump and other senior staff. CNN's Kate Bennett reports.

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President Donald Trump will be without a chief of staff following John Kelly's departure, and with the surprise decision by Nick Ayers to turn the job down, Trump scrambles to find a replacement. CNN's Jim Acosta has the details.

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Maria Butina, an accused Russian spy who nuzzled up to the National Rifle Association before the 2016 election, has begun cooperating with federal prosecutors after agreeing to a plea deal in recent days, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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At least 16 associates of Donald Trump had contacts with Russians during the 2016 campaign or transition, according to public statements, court filings, CNN reporting and reporting from other news outlets.

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Senate Judiciary Committee member Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) agrees with Rep. Adam Schiff's comments that Trump could "face the real prospect of jail time" and gives his take on why during an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer.

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Maria Butina, an accused Russian spy who nuzzled up to the National Rifle Association before the 2016 election, appears to have reached a plea deal with the Justice Department, according to a new court filing in her criminal case. CNN's Sara Murray reports.

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The President's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, continued to have private conversations with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman following the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to The New York Times.