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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are widening their leads in the presidential race, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth, and North Korea is in trouble with the United Nations. Take the BuzzFeed News quiz, made from stories featured in the
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won four states: Vermont, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Minnesota. He made his speech early after winning his home state of Vermont and reminded supporters that he could still pull in a huge number of delegates and remain competitive.
The $1 million grant to Unicef will go toward
developing diagnostics and vaccines, as well as curbing the population of mosquitoes that transmit the Zika virus, the company said.
It's for its recent nuclear test.
The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday
rebuked North Korea for its recent nuclear test. The country conducted its fourth-ever nuclear detonation in January.
Kelly made a
safe return to Earth after spending a record-setting 340 days in space, the longest trip for a NASA astronaut.
It's that regulations are blocking programs that feature gay characters.
They are part of a
new series of measures to tighten control on media and the arts in the country. Though the document does not technically have the force of law, several shows that might not meet the requirements have recently disappeared from streaming sites.
It's Yankees pitcher Aroldis Chapman.
It was announced in January that Chapman would not face criminal charges for an alleged
October 2015 incident involving his girlfriend. Under MLB’s new domestic violence policy, a suspension is not dependent on a criminal conviction.
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