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LOS ANGELES — Tiger Woods was seriously injured Tuesday when his SUV crashed into a median, rolled over and ended up on its side near a steep road in suburban Los Angeles known for wrecks, authorities said. The golf superstar had to be pulled out through the windshield, and his agent said he…

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PHOENIX — Peniella Irakoze is cold calling a list of 1,001 fellow students who didn’t return to Phoenix College this semester, checking on how they’re managing during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Growing up in Minneapolis, Isabella Tunney followed the progress of her older brother with admiration and occasional envy as he worked toward earning the Boy Scouts’ prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.

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CLEBURNE, Texas -- As temperatures broke above freezing for the first time in seven days, millions of Texans began to survey damage left in the wake of historic winter weather that collapsed the state's power grid, leaving millions struggling to stay warm.

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DALLAS — Snow and ice blanketed large swaths of the U.S. on Sunday, prompting canceled flights, making driving perilous and reaching into areas as far south as Texas’ Gulf Coast, where snow and sleet were expected overnight.

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WASHINGTON — A day after former President Donald Trump won his second Senate impeachment trial, bipartisan support appeared to be growing for an independent Sept. 11-style commission into the deadly insurrection that took place at the U.S. Capitol.

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TALLAHASSEE, Florida — Sorrow reverberated across the country Sunday as Americans, including President Joe Biden, joined a Florida community in remembering the 17 lives lost three years ago in the Parkland school shooting massacre.

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The state and surrounding areas are forecast to be hit by a snowstorm this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

OKLAHOMA CITY — In a letter urging the president to allow workers to resume construction on the Keystone XL Pipeline, Attorney General Mike Hunter on Thursday outlined why the project is good for Americans, for the environment and for health and human safety.

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Federal prosecutors have accused a Norman man of making threats against public officials — including Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla. and former President George W. Bush — on the right wing social media site Parler and on Facebook, a criminal complaint from the Western District of Oklahoma reads.

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YANGON, Myanmar — Myanmar’s new military authorities appeared to have cut most access to the Internet on Saturday as they faced a rising tide of protest over their coup that toppled Aung San Suu Kyi's elected civilian government.

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NEW DELHI — With coronavirus cases still climbing, Honduras got tired of waiting to get vaccines through a United Nations program, so the small Central American country struck out on its own, securing the shots through a private deal.

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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is telling California that it can’t bar indoor church services because of the coronavirus pandemic, but it can keep for now a ban on singing and chanting indoors.

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TAIPEI, Taiwan — China has given broader approval for the domestic-made Sinovac coronavirus vaccine, expanding those who can receive it beyond the high-risk and priority groups already allowed under an emergency clearance.

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Mayors of three of Oklahoma’s largest cities joined a bipartisan coalition of over 400 mayors from across the country in signing a letter urging Congress to pass President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 Relief Package.

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NORMAN — The number of Republicans changing their party affiliation in Cleveland County and across Oklahoma this month has little to do with recent events at the Capitol and more to do with how the Oklahoma Republican party conducts elections, experts say.

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In his 2020 reelection bid, Congressman Tom Cole, R-Okla., received over $80,000 in political contributions from organizations that have now vowed to suspend all political contributions to politicians like Cole who objected to the Electoral College certification of President Joe Biden on Jan. 6.

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WASHINGTON — Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that “democracy has prevailed.” He swore the oath of office to take the helm of a deeply divided nation and inheriting a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Kamala Harris broke the barrier Wednesday that has kept men at the top ranks of American power for more than two centuries when she took the oath to hold the nation's second-highest office.

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On his final day in office President Donald Trump did not pardon Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage — better known as Joe Exotic or “The Tiger King” — after he was convicted of murder for hire and animal abuse in 2018.

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Republican Congressman Tom Cole, who represents Norman and the rest of Oklahoma’s 4th District, joined with Oklahoma’s congressional delegation in voting against impeaching President Donald Trump for a second time on Wednesday.

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