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Meet the history-makers of the 2022 midterm elections

As midterm results continue to roll in days after Election Day, Democratic and Republican candidates have already been celebrating historic victories. Heading into Election Day, both parties were looking to diversify their ranks of elected officials, both in Congress and beyond, and they appear on track to do so.

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Virginia Military Institute's first Black superintendent facing backlash from school's alumni

An alumni group of the Virginia Military Institute is publicly questioning why the college's first Black superintendent was awarded a more "generous" bonus than last year.

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A record number of women will serve in the next Congress

A record number of women will be elected to Congress this year, CNN projects -- but barely.

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Users are split over Black Twitter's chances to survive under Elon Musk

Black Twitter is mourning the possible end of the influential community they found on Twitter more than a decade ago, but users are split between finding a new app or staying put.

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Buffalo grocery store mass shooter pleads guilty to terrorism and murder charges in racist attack

The gunman who killed 10 people and wounded three in May in a racist attack at a grocery store in a predominantly Black neighborhood of Buffalo, New York, pleaded guilty Monday to state charges of domestic terrorism as a hate crime, murder and attempted murder.

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America's gun epidemic is deadlier than ever, and there are vast disparities in who's dying

Firearm deaths surged in the US during the Covid-19 pandemic, killing a record number of people in 2021. But as America's gun epidemic gets worse, its burden is not equal.

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What travel warnings do other nations give their citizens about US violence?

American travelers -- at least those of the cautious variety -- might be familiar with the US State Department's travel advisories.

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House Democrats pick Hakeem Jeffries to succeed Nancy Pelosi, the first Black lawmaker to lead a party in Congress

House Democrats chose caucus chair Hakeem Jeffries of New York to succeed Nancy Pelosi as leader of the Democrats in the chamber next year, a historic move that will make him the first Black person to lead one of the two major parties in either chamber of Congress.

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Atlanta school under federal investigation after allegations principal assigned Black students to classes based on race

The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has launched an investigation into an Atlanta public elementary school after allegations the principal was assigning Black students to certain classes.

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'Violent Night' delivers the goods by putting Santa Claus in 'Die Hard' mode

The idea of a nasty Christmas movie is nothing new, but "Violent Night" still manages to deliver the goods, mixing "Die Hard" and "Rambo"-style action with a fair amount of hokey ho-ho-hokum. David Harbour makes a particularly good cranky, butt-kicking Santa, in a movie that offers the sort of shared experience that should bring theaters some much-needed cheer.

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