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NASA · United States
NASA’s first asteroid samples land on Earth after release from spacecraft
NASA’s first asteroid samples fetched from deep space parachuted into the Utah desert Sunday to cap a seven-year journey. In a flyby of Earth, the Osiris-Rex spacecraft released the sample capsule from 63,000 miles (100,000 kilometers) out. See the Story
61% Center coverage: 146 sources
North American Politics · United States
National Cathedral replaces windows honoring Confederacy with stained-glass homage to racial justice
The landmark Washington National Cathedral unveiled new stained-glass windows Saturday with a theme of racial justice, filling the space that had once held four windows honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 35 sources
Justin Trudeau · Canada
Canada House speaker apologizes for recognition of veteran who fought for Nazis
The speaker of Canada's House of Commons on Sunday apologized for praising an individual at a parliamentary meeting who served in a Nazi unit during World War II.See the Story
36% Center coverage: 34 sources
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Vladimir Putin · Finland
Analysis | ‘This is not just Putin’s war’: How Finland’s top diplomat sees Ukraine
New NATO member Finland is trying to lead by example by investing heavily into its defense industry, Finnish Foreign Minister Elina Valtonen said in a wide-ranging interview about the trajectory of the war in Ukraine.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Business · United States
Two historic tickets used the night of Lincoln’s assassination fetch $262,500
Two tickets that once cost 75 cents apiece for top-tier seats at the theater where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated reportedly sold at an auction for $262,500 on Saturday. See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift spotted leaving Arrowhead Stadium after Sunday’s game
Taylor Swift sent the internet into a frenzy on Sunday after she was spotted cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs. The "Midnights" pop star was sitting next to Donna Kelce during the Chiefs vs. Bears game. For the last few weeks, there have been speculations that the 12-time Grammy winner has been dating the Chiefs' tight end Travis Kelce.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 43 sources
Syracuse, New York · Syracuse
Buffalo Bills’ Josh Allen reveals why he finally started sliding, avoiding hits vs. Commanders
Buffalo Bills rout Washington Commanders 37-3 in Landover, Md. Bills quarterback Josh Allen throws and runs for a touchdown and never gets sacked. Bills tormented quarterback Sam Howell, sacking him nine times and picking him off four times. Bills have outscored opponents 75-13 since losing to the New York Jets in overtime in Week 1.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources