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From Joe Biden to Sri Lanka to measles, here's what else need to know to get up to speed today.

Could you pass the U.S. citizenship test?

There are 100 questions on the U.S. citizenship test that an applicant must know the answers to in order to become an official American resident.


Shell's stand on LGBT rights under scrutiny over…

Royal Dutch Shell's stand on LGBT rights has come under scrutiny following the introduction of laws that punish gay sex with death in Brunei.

Peanut Allergy Study Has a Disappointing Finding

Giving kids with peanut allergies tiny doses of peanuts to build up their immunity might actually make things worse, a new study in the Lancet medical journal suggests. The researchers say they're not denouncing the approach, called oral immunotherapy, but are calling for better methods and further study. The new...

AP-NORC Poll: Democrats hold health care advantage

A new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs poll finds that Americans are giving Democrats a clear advantage on health care as the 2020 presidential campaign gears up (April 26)

Judge: Key Harvey Weinstein hearing to be held in…

An important pretrial hearing in Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault case was playing out in secret after a judge ruled against news organizations fighting to keep the courtroom open.


Azerbaijan F1 Grand Prix 2019 Qualifying: Results…

Ferrari posted the two quickest times in the second free practice on an eventful but limited day of practice sessions at the 2019 Azerbaijan Formula One grand prix in Baku. Charles Leclerc registered a quicker time than team-mate Sebastian Vettel...

Americans More Stressed Than Venezuelans: Poll

Despite living in the wealthiest nation on earth, Americans are among the most stressed of all populations in the world.


Report: Giants were ‘absolutely convinc…

The New York Giants were "absolutely convinced" they'd miss out on Duke QB Daniel Jones if they didn't take him at No. 6 overall.

Kim Jong-Un Says The US Acted In 'Bad Faith' At…

Kim reportedly told Russian President Vladimir Putin Thursday the situation on the Korean peninsula has reached a "critical point."