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2 Men Convicted of Killing Malcolm X Will Be Exonerated After Decades

2 Men Convicted of Killing Malcolm X Will Be Exonerated After Decades

By Ashley Southall and Jonah E. Bromwich

The 1966 convictions of the two men are expected to be thrown out after a lengthy investigation, validating long-held doubts about who killed the civil rights leader.

How Americans' Appetite for Leather in Luxury SUVs Worsens Amazon Deforestation

How Americans' Appetite for Leather in Luxury SUVs Worsens Amazon Deforestation

By Manuela Andreoni, Hiroko Tabuchi, Albert Sun and Victor Moriyama

An examination of Brazil's immense tannery industry shows how hides from illegally deforested ranches can easily reach the global marketplace. In the United States, much of the demand for Brazilian leather comes from automakers.

Overdose Deaths Reached Record High as the Pandemic Spread

Overdose Deaths Reached Record High as the Pandemic Spread

By Roni Caryn Rabin

More than 100,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in the yearlong period ending in April, government researchers said.

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The Fight of This Old Boxer's Life Was With His Own Family

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The Fight of This Old Boxer's Life Was With His Own Family

By John Leland

Marvin Stein lived an eventful and prosperous life. But a battle among his family over his fortune broke out, and he suddenly found himself powerless to fight for himself.

What We See in the Shameful Trends on U.S. Maternal Health

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What We See in the Shameful Trends on U.S. Maternal Health

By Sema K. Sgaier and Jordan Downey

Especially for women of color.

Today's Videos

Pro-Democracy Protesters Take to the Streets in Sudan

Video Video: Pro-Democracy Protesters Take to the Streets in Sudan

By The Associated Press

Crowds rallied in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, to demonstrate against the Oct. 25 military takeover.

Belarus Shelters Hundreds of Migrants

Video Video: Belarus Shelters Hundreds of Migrants

By The Associated Press

Migrants have been placed in a warehouse along the Belarus-Poland border, after spending weeks camped out in fields. Between 2,000 and 4,000 migrants are at the border, many of them from Syria, Iraq and other parts of the Middle East.

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