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A history of Elon Musk's love affair with Dogecoin, from a crypto-themed SpaceX mission to the moon to a Twitter spat with one of its creators businessinsider.com/history-elon-m…
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Jayland Walker, a Black man killed by police in Ohio, was shot at least 60 times, bodycam footage shows: 'This is going to be a brutal video' insider.com/jayland-walker…
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Supreme has gone from a small skateboarding store in 2004 to a billion-dollar fashion brand
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Merrick Garland's former law professor says he thinks the attorney general will indict Trump over January 6 businessinsider.com/merrick-garlan…
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Trump thinks announcing a 2024 run now could distract from the January 6 hearings, a report says. Some Republicans worry he could hurt them in the midterms. businessinsider.com/trump-hopes-20…
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