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Hank Adams, The 'Most Important Indian,' Dies At 77

Hank Adams, a lifelong Native American civil rights advocate, died Dec. 21 at the age of 77. Adams is most well-known for his work in getting the federal government to uphold tribal treaty rights.

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U.S. Now Requires All U.K. Travelers To Have A Negative Coronavirus Test

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new testing mandate for U.K. travelers coming into the U.S. after an outbreak of a new coronavirus variant in England.

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WATCH: Octopuses Punch Fish, Sometimes For No Apparent Reason

Researchers discovered that an octopus might punch a fish when both are hunting. Although some of the thrown punches can be explained, others remain a mystery.

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How Worried Should We Be About The New U.K. Coronavirus Variant?

Mathematical modeling suggests that the mutations in this variant make the virus more transmissible. What does that mean for preventive measures — and the new vaccines?

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At The Vatican, A Christmas Eve Mass Shaped By The Pandemic

Only a hundred or so people attended the service, and they wore masks and socially distanced. The Mass began two hours early so all could make it home before Italy's virus curfew.

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'Balloon Boy' Parents Pardoned By Colorado Governor For 2009 Hoax

The incident captured the attention of many as authorities sought to save the boy, thought to be stuck in an airborne weather balloon. Later, authorities called the situation a hoax.

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California Is 1st State To Hit 2 Million Cases, And Hospitals Are Out Of ICU Beds

Coronavirus cases in the state have skyrocketed over the last two months, and the ICU capacity is now zero in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley.

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Man Charged With Killing Journalist Daniel Pearl Ordered Released By Pakistan Court

Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh's murder conviction was overturned in April and he was ordered released for time served for kidnapping Pearl. He has remained in detention pending appeals.

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How The Rockets-Thunder Delay Could Foreshadow Challenges To This NBA Season

The NBA postponed the Wednesday game after three Rockets players had positive or inconclusive coronavirus tests and four others were in quarantine. It left the team without enough players to play.

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