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Col. Wang Yaping is set to make history as the first Chinese woman to walk in space. But in the eyes of officials and the media, her accomplishments seem to have taken a back seat to questions about makeup, menstrual cycles and child care. https://t.co/eS2j2xHsbv https://t.co/WAnXmS1mnG — PolitiTweet.org

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Breaking News: F.D.A. regulators said the Pfizer vaccine’s benefits outweigh its risks for 5- to 11-year-olds. Emergency authorization could come as early as next week. https://t.co/tdkPVzu6Ws — PolitiTweet.org

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Serious accidents on television and movie sets have occurred with some regularity. One of the most notable was the death of the actor Brandon Lee, who died on the set of "The Crow" after being shot at with a gun that was supposed to fire blank cartridges. https://t.co/aApGE7lc8B — PolitiTweet.org

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The police are still investigating the shooting on the set of the movie "Rust" that killed the film’s cinematographer and wounded the director. Alec Baldwin, one of the starring actors and a producer of the film, fired a weapon used as a prop. https://t.co/LMw1dm8jep https://t.co/EubYNPgc0q — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 22, 2021 Deleted after 2 minutes Just a Typo
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The U.S. government sold Wu-Tang Clan’s one-of-a-kind album "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" for $4 million to satisfy a judgment against its first owner, Martin Shkreli. Now we know who bought it. https://t.co/fDgHAJa4MT — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 20, 2021 Deleted after 11 minutes
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RT @amyyqin: How I would love to have joined a 353 A.D. party of loner friends at the Orchid Pavilion where, as Holland Cotter writes, "Win… — PolitiTweet.org

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"We can’t control thoughts that people filled with hate have, but when you speak out and when choose to act in certain ways, that’s when it’s not OK," said Ross Wilburn, Iowa's first Black Democratic Party chair. https://t.co/w88ehoQiCe https://t.co/IRfeEda6HS — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 19, 2021 Deleted after 9 minutes
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After more than two decades, the official wizard of Christchurch, New Zealand has lost his job. He was believed to be the world's only wizard on a government payroll, paid $10,000 annually by the city for "acts of wizardry and other wizard-like services." https://t.co/TKKYzzcYdP https://t.co/goOPAQejq0 — PolitiTweet.org

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New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland, will extend its lockdown, the harshest in the world, for another two weeks, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand said. Auckland has been in lockdown since Aug. 17, after an outbreak of the Delta variant. https://t.co/Zgt5YMOqpQ https://t.co/IG0ueMD5cT — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 18, 2021 Deleted after 3 minutes Just a Typo
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Holding Americans hostage used to be rare in Haiti. Bu it’s become more common over the past two years, experts say. https://t.co/7IYh92XonU — PolitiTweet.org

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At 2:13 p.m. on Jan. 6, the Capitol experienced its first sustained breach since a fiery attack by the British in 1814 — only this time, the attackers were American. We traced the roots of seven strangers who were united in 90 seconds of rage. https://t.co/xSQGXy9TmR — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 17, 2021 Deleted after 4 hours
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They include a truck driver from Arkansas. A machine operator from Michigan who once modeled for romance novels. A fencing contractor from Georgia. A geophysicist from Colorado. An ex-Marine from Pennsylvania. A deputy sheriff from Tennessee. A businessman from Kentucky. https://t.co/rF7pgqSlge — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 17, 2021 Deleted after 4 hours
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These men found themselves in an angry mob roiling on the Capitol's marble steps even as the violence inside the building was winding down. They are now co-defendants in a federal indictment charging them with myriad felonies. https://t.co/xSQGXy9TmR https://t.co/6RonRIdt6j — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 17, 2021 Deleted after 4 hours
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Although strangers to one another, these men worked as if in concert while grappling with the phalanx of police officers barring entry to the Capitol. One used an American flag as a weapon to beat an officer being dragged down the Capitol steps. https://t.co/xSQGXy9TmR https://t.co/uGiBmdH7t2 — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 17, 2021 Deleted after 4 hours
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Breaking news: Robert Durst, 78, is on a ventilator in a Los Angeles hospital after testing positive for Covid-19, days after he was sentenced to life in prison for murder, his lawyer said on Saturday. https://t.co/kJqO7NEu9X — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 16, 2021 Deleted after 4 minutes Just a Typo
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NASA launched the Lucy mission early on Saturday, sending the spacecraft on a 12-year journey to uncover the secrets contained in Jupiter's Trojan asteroid swarms — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 16, 2021 Deleted after a minute Just a Typo
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A 37-year-old Danish citizen was charged on Thursday in connection with a bow-and-arrow attack in Norway that killed five people. The man was a recent convert to Islam and had shown signs of radicalization, the police said. https://t.co/y6Ea7PCxpI — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 14, 2021 Deleted after 19 seconds
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Women and transgender people held at the Rikers Island will be transferred to state prisons, officials said. The move, meant to free staff to restore order at the jail system, raises questions about the detainees' access to their lawyers and families. https://t.co/XxHIKIh7rM — PolitiTweet.org

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When our sun enters its death throes in about five billion years. But the fate of more distant planets, such as Jupiter or Saturn, is less clear. On Wednesday, astronomers reported observing a tantalizing preview of our solar system’s afterlife. https://t.co/G94HZ95jzi https://t.co/btXArMmBOo — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 13, 2021 Deleted after an hour
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William Shatner, 90, eternally famous as Captain James T. Kirk, returned to Earth apparently moved beyond. Brushing the edge of space left the actor full of wonder mixed with unease. https://t.co/EwyChDmRi9 https://t.co/V73FInkSnD — PolitiTweet.org

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"Dopesick", which follows fictional characters on the front lines of the OxyContin epidemic, is built around the theme of pain. Nearly every significant character, whether or not they’re taking Purdue Pharma’s best-selling drug, is suffering. https://t.co/7dgA6iETrJ — PolitiTweet.org

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“Jesus Christ Superstar” was one of the first shows to combine rock and musical theater, creating a legacy that has spawned three Broadway revivals. For the 50th anniversary of the musical's debut, we spoke with creators Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice. https://t.co/sHYkfZEo0x — PolitiTweet.org

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The goal of "Squid Games" is to ingratiate itself with its audience by confirming their accepted ideas, our TV critic writes. "What that also accomplishes, of course, is to provide cover for the violence, which is more than mildly sickening in its scale." https://t.co/G4vSP2Gu5i — PolitiTweet.org

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The Sairoun party won up to 20 additional seats in Iraq's parliamentary election, consolidating its status as the biggest bloc in the chamber and complicating Iraq's challenge of steering diplomatically between the U.S. and Iran. https://t.co/MfhF9lEM03 — PolitiTweet.org

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Abol Hassan Bani-Sadr, the first president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has died at 88. Bani-Sadr tried to resist the currents of Islamic radicalism during his presidency, but only lasted 18 months in office before parliament voted to impeach him. https://t.co/u4185VHgPj — PolitiTweet.org

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Diana Kipyogei of Kenya won the Boston Marathon on Monday, finishing in 2:24:45. This was the 27-year-old's first victory in a major marathon. https://t.co/dRrrKXeZQk https://t.co/BUeXrISfgO — PolitiTweet.org

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A missing apostrophe could cost an Australian man thousands of dollars. A judge ruled that a defamation case against him, based on what the he says was a grammatical error in a Facebook post, could proceed. https://t.co/0gy8SDNll5 — PolitiTweet.org

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Kim Kardashian West Takes Aim at Herself in her ‘Saturday Night Live’ Monologue https://t.co/c14Yjh3qmI — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 10, 2021 Deleted after 54 minutes
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In Opinion "Some of the most consequential battles in the fight for social justice took place on factory floors, not college campuses," writes Farah Stockman, a member of the editorial board. https://t.co/F30jZ1fKOz — PolitiTweet.org

Posted Oct. 9, 2021 Deleted after a minute Just a Typo
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Vaccine makers are betting that the mRNA technology powering Moderna and Pfizer BioNTech's Covid vaccines will help curb the tragic global death toll from the flu. https://t.co/0m3IGmt41J — PolitiTweet.org

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