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One of Atlanta's richest neighborhoods wants to break up with the city

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In Atlanta’s well-to-do community of Buckhead, the debate over becoming an independent city has been brewing off and on for decades. Now, amid a spike in crime, calls to split from the capital have grown louder than ever. CNN’s Natasha Chen reports.

Six years ago he was fleeing war.This year he is competing at the Olympics

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Refugee Aram Mahmoud fled Syria six years ago in search of a better life, leaving behind his family in the process. Now, he is set to take center stage as one of 29 athletes selected by the International Olympic Committee to compete on the Refugee Olympic team in Tokyo 2020 – a moment that will be the culmination of years of sacrifice to pursue his dreams.

Blind chess champion's advice to all

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Jessica Lauser lost much of her eyesight shortly after she was born. She was teased in school until she found chess. Here’s her advice to those facing challenges.

Does who your neighbor is affect your politics?

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A new study suggests there’s a correlation between the political affiliation of White Americans living in 1940 who are still alive today - and whether they grew up living next door to Black Americans.

D.L. Hughley on 'How to Survive America'

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After comedian D.L. Hughley recovered from Covid-19, his experience of the health care system inspired him to write a manual on ‘How to Survive America.’ “People have this notion that whatever happens to us is our fault.”

Why did Portland police rapid response team resign?

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After a Portland police officer was indicted for allegedly beating a protester, almost 50 Portland police officers resigned from the rapid response team. Former Philadelphia Police Chief Charles Ramsey says they shouldn’t have done so.

Record heat persists in West this weekend

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About 20 record highs could be broken in the West this weekend amid a worsening drought. CNN Meteorologist Allison Chinchar breaks down how hot temperatures will get.

Ultra-conservative candidate set to win Iran's presidential election

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Ebrahim Raisi, a hardline judiciary chief with a brutal human rights record, is set to win Iran’s controversial presidential election, according to preliminary results announced by the interior ministry and reported by state media Saturday.

Tropical Storm Claudette forms and makes landfall

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Tropical Storm Claudette has formed and made landfall early Saturday morning along the Gulf Coast.. Claudette will bring the threat for flooding and tornadoes for much of the Southeast through the weekend. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the latest.

Hear candidate allegedly threaten opponents' life in recorded call

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William Braddock, a Republican congressional candidate in Florida, can reportedly be heard threatening the life of political rival Anna Paulina Luna, according to a secret phone call recording exclusively obtained by Politico. CNN’s Leyla Santiago has more.

India now being ravaged by a new deadly crisis

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As India’s second wave of Covid-19 declines, there is growing worry about a surge of a deadly Covid-related infection that feasts on dead flesh. CNN’s Sam Kiley reports.

How Trump weaponized the Justice Department

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Elie Honig, author of the Bill Barr biography “Hatchet Man,” breaks down attempts to undermine the Justice Department during the Trump administration.

CNN Heroes: Beauty 2 the Streetz

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CNN Hero Shirley Raines provides food, clothing, and other necessities to Skid Row’s homeless community. She also provides beauty treatments that don’t always go down the way she expects.

This race massacre occurred years before Tulsa

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The Elaine Race Massacre left hundreds dead in 1919. “Rise Again” director Dawn Porter says like Tulsa, it was sparked by racist anger of Black progress.

New video shows police getting punched during Capitol riot

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Newly released footage from January 6 shows a supporter of former President Donald Trump taunting, stalking and punching law enforcement outside the US Capitol – the latest release of up-close video of rioters who have been charged with assaulting police.

Mike Pence heckled at conservative conference

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Members of the crowd heckled former Vice President Mike Pence while he was speaking at a Faith and Freedom Coalition conference in Kissimmee, Florida.

How Expo 2020 in Dubai is highlighting women in society

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Reem Al Hashimy, the UAE’s Minister of State for International Cooperation, and Cyrille Vigneron, the Chief Executive Officer at Cartier, speak to Becky Anderson ahead of the launch of the Women’s Pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. They talk about how it’s going to tribute to women’s role in society.

CNN reporter: China's vaccination drive is 'really remarkable'

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China will reach one billion doses in its Covid-19 vaccination drive – a scale and speed unrivaled by any other country in the world. As of June 16, China had administered more than 945 million doses – three times the number delivered in the United States, and almost 40% of the 2.5 billion shots given globally. CNN’s Ivan Watson.

Former police chief: Our profession is in crisis

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James Craig, former Detroit police chief, discusses the rise in crime across the US and how the challenges facing police departments, including low morale, relate to the escalation.

Wall Street wants employees back in the office

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Banking firms like Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs announced they want their employees to return to the office as more people are getting vaccinated against Covid-19. CNN’s Christine Romans reports.

Obamacare has survived over 2000 attempts to kill it

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CNN’s John Avlon looks at the many hurdles that the Affordable Care Act has had to overcome. Despite all the attempts to repeal it, the latest Supreme Court ruling saved it again, the ACA remains the law.

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