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  1. "As a nation, we have a moral obligation to assist those who have put their lives on the line to defend us,"  the attorneys general wrote.
         
     
     
  2. Congressional investigators have reached an agreement to stay subpoenas of Trump's financial records, pending an expedited appeal.
         
     
     
  3. Bill Yoast, a former football coach at T.C. Williams High in Virginia, has died at 94. Yoast and the school's football team were famously portrayed in 'Remember the Titans.'
         
     
     
  4. The value of a dollar ranges by more than 30 cents across the US, depending on the state. In Mississippi, $1 is worth $1.16; in Hawaii, only 84 cents.
         
     
     
  5. A 35-year-old physical therapist and yoga instructor who went missing in the Makawao Forest Reserve on Maui, Hawaii,  two weeks ago has been found alive, according to her family and a Facebook page devoted to the search.
         
     
     
  6. Two Boeing 737 Max crashes killed 346 people and grounded the jet due to software problems. It also raised bigger questions about flight automation.
         
     
     
  7. The Virginia Cavaliers rallied late and scored in double overtime to upend the Duke Blue Devils and advance to the NCAA
         
     
     
  8. Anna, a female anaconda, gave birth to two babies without sexually reproducing with a male snake, Boston's New England Aquarium has announced.
         
     
     
  9. In 2015, former Iowa Hawkeyes football star Drew Ott was "on top of the world." Gruesome injuries killed his NFL dream, so now he's adjusting to new reality as a farmer.
         
     
     
  10. The graduates include the highest number of African-American women, as well as the most women to graduate for any class since 1980.
         
     
     

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