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Prospect of pardons fuels market to buy access to Trump

As President Trump prepares to leave office in days, a lucrative market for pardons is coming to a head, with some of his allies collecting fees from wealthy felons or their associates to push the White House for clemency.
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James Page turned in a COVID test after touring the Minneapolis Convention Center testing facility. The FDA says some tests, including one used in Min
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James Page turned in a COVID test after touring the Minneapolis Convention Center testing facility. The FDA says some tests, including one used in Minnesota’s free public test sites, carry a slight risk of inaccurate results because of virus mutations.

COVID test used across state may offer clues about new strain

The manufacturer of a test used at community testing sites across the state says the test may offer an important clue that a more infectious COVID strain is present.
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