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Exclusive: Wells Fargo is joining the green wave sweeping finance

March 8, 2021

Wells Fargo is the latest big bank to embrace ambitious lending goals to fight the climate crisis.

JPSO: Area realtor killed, body dumped in New Orleans after trying to sell bike on Facebook

March 8, 2021

According to JPSO, the body of Joseph Vindel was dumped in the Garden District of New Orleans after he went missing trying to sell a bike on Facebook.

Sarasota Sheriff K9 dies after 9-year battle with parasitic disease - ABC7 Southwest Florida

March 8, 2021

K9 Bryx was born in Germany in 2012 and faithfully served with his handler, Deputy Chris Indico since July 2013.

With gun suicides on the rise, a hotline staffed by St. Louis teens saves lives

March 8, 2021

The organization that operates the hotline, Kids Under Twenty One, works with over 20 school districts to address youth suicide and mental health.

Ohio legislature could force transgender girls to compete in boys sports

March 8, 2021

On Feb. 25, Ohio Rep. Jena Powell introduced a piece of legislature to the Ohio House which would make athletes in school participate in sports based on their assigned sex at birth.

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Joseph Perez's death: New video shows Perez telling officers 'I can't breathe' before he died in 2017 - CNN Video

March 7, 2021

Joseph Perez's final moments, caught by a Fresno Police officer's bodycam in 2017, were released under federal court order. The family, who has filed a lawsuit against law enforcement officers, paramedics and others, requested the video's release.

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Myanmar military occupies hospitals and universities ahead of mass strike

March 8, 2021

Troops in Myanmar have occupied hospitals and university campuses, and ramped up nighttime raids ahead of a nationwide strike to protest against the military coup, according to local media reports.

How rape allegations among Australia's political elite reignited its #MeToo movement

March 6, 2021

The Australian prime minister has thrown his support behind the attorney general who vehemently denies allegations of rape. But thousands of women say that's not good enough -- and they're planning to march on the capital later this month.

Myanmar's ethnic groups have long suffered from military brutality. The junta gave them a common foe

March 6, 2021

For many of Myanmar's ethnic minorities, the bloodshed inflicted across the country's towns and cities this week is a continuation of the oppression they have suffered at the hands of the military for decades.

Analysis: China's plans to 'improve' democracy in Hong Kong could spell the end of the city's opposition

March 5, 2021

As members of China's political elite prepared for an annual summit in Beijing this week, state-run news agency Xinhua noted "there is no perfect democracy, only democracy that fits best."

Eleanor Roosevelt is the latest historical figure to get the Barbie treatment

March 5, 2021

Eleanor Roosevelt doll as historical role model for International Women's Day

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