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FILE - This Feb 23, 2019, photo shows the inside of a computer. A key part of President Joe Biden's plans to fight major ransomware attacks and digital espionage campaigns has been languishing for more than eight months.(AP Photo/Jenny Kane, File)

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In this undated photo provided by Aspen Skiing Company, an art piece titled, "The Melted Gondola," sits atop Aspen Mountain ski area in Colorado to remind visitors of the urgent need to address climate change. "The Melted Gondola" was fabricated by artist Chris Erikson. (Mark Carolan/Aspen Skiing Company via AP)

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Snowmakers Kate Shifani, left, and Ryan Schultz review a snowmaking map at Vail Mountain, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, in Vail, Colo. Newer snowmaking technology is allowing ski areas to be more efficient with energy and water usage as climate change continues to threaten snowpack levels. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)

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Ian Sidwell adjusts a machine used to make snow at Vail Mountain Resort as snowboarders ride a lift, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, in Vail, Colo. Newer snowmaking technology is allowing ski areas to be more efficient with energy and water usage as climate change continues to threaten snowpack levels. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)

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A machine blows snow at Vail Mountain Resort, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, in Vail, Colo. Newer snowmaking technology is allowing ski areas to be more efficient with energy and water usage as climate change continues to threaten snowpack levels. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)

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Ian Sidwell adjusts a hose at Vail Mountain Resort, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, in Vail, Colo. Newer snowmaking technology is allowing ski areas to be more efficient with energy and water usage as climate change continues to threaten snowpack levels. (AP Photo/Brittany Peterson)

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FILE - This artist sketch depicts Marc Hearron, petitioner for Whole Woman's Health, standing while speaking to the Supreme Court, Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, in Washington. Seated to Hearron's left is Judd Stone II, Texas Solicitor General. Justices seated from left are Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Associate Justice Elena Kagan, Associate Justice Samuel Alito, Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John Roberts, Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Associated Justice Neil Gorsuch and Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett. (Dana Verkouteren via AP, File)

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The 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics showcased China's reemergence on the world stage. In awarding those Games to China, the International Olympic Committee predicted the Olympics could improve human rights, and Chinese politicians hinted at the same.

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — The Supreme Court has agreed to review a challenge to the consideration of race in college admission decisions, often known as affirmative action. With three new conservative justices on the court since its last review, the practice may be facing its greatest threat yet.

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FILE - In this Aug. 22, 2018, file photo, Travis Reinking appears at a hearing in Nashville, Tenn. Jury selection is set to begin on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022, in the murder trial of Reinking, who killed four people at a Nashville Waffle House in April 2018 and led police on a two-day manhunt. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)

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FILE - Protesters march in Kenosha, Wis., on Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. On Tuesday, jan. 25, 2022, Wisconsin Assembly Republicans are poised to vote on bills that would create tougher penalties for protesters. One proposal would make attending a riot or blocking a street a misdemeanor punishable by up to nine months in jail and participating in a riot that causes property damage or personal injury a felony punishable by up to three-and-a-half years in prison. Anyone who harms or throws a bodily substance at a National Guard member would be guilty of a felony punishable by up to three-and-a-half years in prison. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

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FILE - In this Dec. 18, 2019, photo, Rep. Doug Lamborn, R-Colo., speaks at the Capitol in Washington. A congressional ethics watchdog has concluded that U.S. Reps. Marie Newman of Illinois and Lamborn of Colorado may have violated federal law, prompting reviews from the House Ethics Committee. (House Television via AP, File)

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CORRECTS NAME OF PERSON IN PHOTO TO REP. MIKE TURNER, R-OHIO - FILE - Rep. Mike Turner, R-Ohio, asks a question to Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, during the House Armed Services Committee on the conclusion of military operations in Afghanistan, on Sept. 29, 2021, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Olivier Douliery/Pool via AP, File)

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A man walks underneath the marquee of the Alex Theatre in Glendale, Calif., which bears a message urging people to get COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, Monday, Jan. 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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CORRECTS ID OF PROSECUTOR TO SAMANTHA TREPEL INSTEAD OF SAMANTHA BATES - In this courtroom sketch, Samantha Trepel, who works for the Justice Department's civil rights division, gives opening statements during the trial for three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights before U.S. District Judge Magnuson on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022 in St. Paul, Minn. Floyd, a Black man, was killed May 25, 2020 when Derek Chauvin pressed his knee against Floyd's neck as Floyd, who was handcuffed, said he couldn't breathe. (Cedric Hohnstadt via AP)

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