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Treasury Department Launches Investigation Into Delays Behind Harriet Tubman $20 Bill

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| Prompted by a request by Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., the department's acting inspector general said he will look into what led to a postponement of the abolitionist's appearance on the note.

Ravelry, The Knitting Website, Bans Trump Talk And Patterns


"We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy" Ravelry said. "Support of the Trump administration is undeniably support for white supremacy."

What Are Iran's Options In The Standoff With The U.S.?


Iran shot down a U.S. drone. The U.S. launched a cyberattack and put new sanctions on Iran. Here is a look at the deepening crisis from Iran's standpoint.

Ethiopia Army Chief Killed In Attempted Coup, Government Says


Two attacks have left at least four officials dead, authorities say. They accuse a brigadier general who was given amnesty and released from prison.

Meet The Residents Of A Norwegian Island Who Want To Kill Time — Literally


Can time become a thing of the past? An island that sits north of the Arctic Circle enjoys 70 days of unending sunlight, and its residents argue that time is meaningless there.

Opposition Candidate Wins Again In Rerun Of Istanbul's Mayoral Election


After results of the March election, in which the opposition party won, residents voted again on Sunday in what is widely being seen as a referendum on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

9 Killed In Skydiving Plane Crash In Hawaii


The plane crashed on Oahu's North Shore Friday evening, killing everyone on board, authorities said.

'We Have No Choice': Acting ICE Director Defends Planned Immigration Raids


In an interview with NPR, Acting ICE Director Mark Morgan says his agency is only enforcing the law. "So what are our options?" he asked. "They've had due process."

Missouri Refuses To Renew License For State's Last Abortion Provider


The St. Louis facility will continue to provide abortions for now, however, because of a judge's order.