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Second gentleman Douglas Emhoff looks up as he tours an exhibition at the Petit Palais museum with French first lady Brigitte Macron and artist Jean-Michel Othoniel, right. Ian Langsdon/AP hide caption

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Doug Emhoff is America's first second gentleman. In Paris, he showed what that means

Doug Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Harris, is taking a very traditional approach to his role of second spouse. The Paris trip was their first diplomatic trip abroad.

High gas prices are posted at a gas station in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Nov. 7. Gas prices are surging across the country yet there's effectively little the Biden administration can do. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Gasoline prices are surging. Can Biden actually do something about it?

Presidents don't set the gas price you pay at the pump, but they're often blamed for it. And right now, high energy prices are helping send inflation to an over 30-year high.

Gasoline prices are surging. Can Biden actually do something about it?

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3 detained after car explosion kills 1 outside Liverpool hospital

Police were called to reports of a blast involving a taxi at Liverpool Women's Hospital on Sunday morning. One person was killed and one person injured.

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Pope Francis again calls for climate action. U.S. bishops have been all but silent

The pope has been insistent about the importance and urgency of climate action. But a new study finds Catholic bishops in the U.S. have generally been mum or misleading about climate change.

President Biden waves to members of the press as he walks on the South Lawn of the White House after stepping off Marine One on Nov. 10, in Washington, D.C. Biden is under pressure to do more as prices continue to surge. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Inflation is surging and people are hopping mad

Inflation is the highest it's been in more than 30 years, imposing a financial burden on households and putting President Biden under pressure.

Inflation is surging and people are hopping mad

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'Every Breath You Take' is the ultimate all-round song (according to science)

Researcher analyzed streaming data for nearly 4 million songs on Spotify to see if there was a pattern to the types of music we listen to. They came up with five different blocks of music.

'Every Breath You Take' is the ultimate all-round song (according to science)

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Nurse Sandra Lindsay celebrates after receiving her COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine booster at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York in Oct. 6. Lindsay was the first person known to receive a COVID vaccine in the United States vaccination campaign — on Dec. 14, 2020. Her vaccination card is displayed at the COVID-19 exhibit in the Smithsonian Museum of American History. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Coronavirus FAQ: I just got a booster. Can I ... go crazy?

Does a booster shot mean that you can go back to ... normal? Or is there still a newish kind of normal to face?

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When can kids take off their masks in school? Here's what some experts say

With vaccines now available for children as young as 5, some school districts are easing up on their mask policies.

Queen Elizabeth II attends the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph in London, on Nov. 11, 2018. Buckingham Palace says the queen has sprained her back and will not attend this year's Remembrance Sunday service in central London to remember Britain's war dead. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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Sprained back forces Queen Elizabeth to miss remembrance event for Britain's war dead

Remembrance Sunday is one of the most important events on the 95-year-old monarch's calendar. It was expected to be her first public appearance after canceling others recently on doctors' advice.

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What 2021's recent elections tell us about voting in 2022 and beyond

Recent off-year elections showed that voters may not be so invested in making it easier to vote while Republicans may benefit from higher voter turnout than they previously had thought.

What 2021's recent elections tell us about voting in 2022 and beyond

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Tesla CEO and SpaceX owner Elon Musk poses on the red carpet of the Axel Springer Award 2020 in Berlin, Germany, on Dec. 1, 2020. Billionaires like Musk pay little in taxes, and some progressives would like to change that with a wealth tax. Britta Pedersen/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Progressives want a wealth tax for the super rich. It's hard to pull off

Progressives are pushing for a wealth tax targeted at the ultra rich like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk. However, as it turns out, taxing the richest people in the world is easier said than done.

Progressives want a wealth tax for the super rich. Here's why it's hard to pull off

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Dontae Sharpe reacts outside the Pitt County Courthouse after a judge determined he could be set free on Aug. 22, 2019, in Greenville, N.C. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday pardoned Sharpe, who spent 24 years behind bars for a murder he has long said he did not commit. Deborah Griffin/AP hide caption

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A North Carolina man who was wrongfully imprisoned for 24 years is pardoned

The pardon allows Dontae Sharpe to apply for compensation for his wrongful conviction for first-degree murder. A witness against him said her claims were made up, based on what investigators told her.

University of Kansas undergraduate Marc Veloz speaks at an environmental rally outside Lawrence city hall. He says his interest in activism was driven by concern over the disproportionate effect climate change had on communities of color in his hometown of Dallas. Carlos Moreno/KCUR hide caption

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As the climate worsens, environmentalists also grapple with the mental toll of activism

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After her son's death, a mother in the Midwest promotes mental health for environmentalists. It's part of a larger push to address the burnout and psychological stress that can affect activists.

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The pandemic makes the future feel murky, but you can still reboot your plans

Writer Suleika Jaouad has made a career out of covering folks living in the 'in between' spaces — starting with herself. Diagnosed with leukemia at 22, she embraced writing as a way to regain narrative control of her life. She shares lessons on making peace with uncertainty and transforming isolation into creative solitude.

Caught in pandemic limbo? Here's how to rebound from life's interruptions

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The adventurous Adélie penguin is seen on the coast of Banks Peninsula in New Zealand on Friday after travelling from its natural habitat in Antarctica. Allanah Purdie/Department of Conservation New Zealand/Reuters hide caption

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An Antarctic penguin ends up on a New Zealand shore, 2,000 miles from home

This penguin's adventure might have taken a few wrong turns. It's only the third time an Adélie penguin is known to have made it to the shores of New Zealand.

A group of sea otters gather in Morro Bay, Calif., in 2010. It's been more than a century since sea otters were hunted to near extinction along the U.S. West Coast. The animals were successfully reintroduced along the Washington, British Columbia and California coasts, but an attempt to bring them back to Oregon in the early 1970s failed. A local nonprofit is advocating for another attempt. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Coastal tribes in Oregon hope to bring sea otters back to their community

Sea otters were hunted to near extinction along the U.S. West Coast. During the century they have been away, a lucrative shellfish industry has grown in the waters where restoration would take place.

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