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THE PURGE? ABC’s News Director Calls for ‘Cleansing’ Trump’s Supporters

Rick Klein, news director for ABC News wants to “cleanse” the nation of everyone and anyone who supports the President’s

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Former SEAL Team 6 member to plead guilty in Green Beret's death

Member of SEAL Team 6 to plead guilty in 2017 death of Army Green Beret.

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Extra body bags, refrigeration trucks: Valley agencies are preparing for the rising COVID-19 death toll

Central Valley agencies are preparing for an influx of COVID-19 deaths as California activates the Mass Fatality Program.

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Potential COVID-19 surge after Thanksgiving could cause 'humanitarian crisis'

As Americans prepare for what will likely be an unconventional Thanksgiving, health officials are pleading with the public to heed public health guidelines.

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Say Her Name: Breonna Taylor l 20/20 l PART 1

Breonna Taylor’s death a breaking point in Louisville, Kentucky: Part 1 Racial tensions between police and residents of the city had been growing since befor...

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Sweden hits record for new COVID-19 cases amid warning that herd immunity is not 'ethically justifiable'

Sweden's chief epidemiologist warns herd immunity is not "ethically justifiable" as the country hits its highest daily case figure since the pandemic began.

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Video: Seattle driver arrested for slamming into protesters

The incident comes just days after authorities shut down the so-called police-free zone known as “CHOP."

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Trump calls improved jobs numbers 'great day' for George Floyd

President Donald Trump on Friday called improved jobs numbers announcement a "great day' for George Floyd.

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Angry Baltimore mom beats son after seeing him throw rocks at police

A suspected rioter in Baltimore got the smackdown of his life Monday by his mom on live television.

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How Facebook’s Fact-Checking Partnership Will Work

A team of about six people will draw on the resources of ABC News to get to the bottom of questionable articles, said James Goldston, the president of ABC News.