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Americans: Citizens, or natives, of the United States of America
Americans are nationals and citizens of the United States of America. Although nationals and citizens make up the majority of Americans, some dual citizens, expatriates, and permanent residents may also claim American nationality. The United States is home to people of many different ethnic origins. As a result, American culture and law does not equate nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and permanent allegiance.

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4 changes coming to Social Security in 2020

If you're one of some 69 million Americans who receive Social Security or SSI benefits, you'll notice some changes in 2020. Here are four.
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In 2020, Millennials, Generation X expect to make more money while Boomers shave debt

More than one in two Americans doubt their personal budget will get a boost in 2020, while 43% are more optimistic says new Bankrate.com survey
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Videos for Americans


Most Americans Think Trump's Iran Efforts Are To Limit Impeachment Headlines [Video]Most Americans Think Trump's Iran Efforts Are To Limit Impeachment Headlines

More Americans than not believe that Trump authorizing a strike on an Iranian commander... ...was partly driven by his upcoming Senate impeachment trial, according to a new poll. The administration has..

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Study Finds More Americans Dying From Alcohol [Video]Study Finds More Americans Dying From Alcohol

The analysis can be found in scientific journal, 'Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research'.

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Soleimani killing: Iranian-American community reacts to tension [Video]Soleimani killing: Iranian-American community reacts to tension

Many Iranian Americans fear they will be subject to harassment by the government or individuals if the crisis worsens.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:44Published

Ashes To Ashes: What To Do With Your Loved One's Cremains [Video]Ashes To Ashes: What To Do With Your Loved One's Cremains

With the price of burials and cemetery plots skyrocketing, more and more Americans are choosing cremation. But if your loved one chooses to go up in smoke, what should you do with the ashes? According..

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New leaked documents expose questionable OPCW findings on Douma attack [Video]New leaked documents expose questionable OPCW findings on Douma attack

Wikileaks has posted several documents that further exposes the coverup within the OPCW of what really happened during the alleged Douma gas attacks.

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These Easy Lifestyle Shifts Can Significantly Reduce Risk Of Getting Cancer [Video]These Easy Lifestyle Shifts Can Significantly Reduce Risk Of Getting Cancer

The American Cancer Society says about one in three people will develop cancer during their lifetimes. Annually, about 609,640 Americans are expected to die from the disease. But according to Mother..

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Analysis: By 2030, Half Of All Americans Will Have This Dangerous Health Conditions [Video]Analysis: By 2030, Half Of All Americans Will Have This Dangerous Health Conditions

A new analysis from Harvard University has found that nearly half of all Americans will be obese within the next 10 years. According to UPI, the study analyzed data from more than 6.2 million US..

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How to Deal With Burnout [Video]How to Deal With Burnout

According to Business Insider, almost half of Americans feel burnout. Some busy leaders know how to strike a balance. Jay Leno says hiring the right team is key to success. For Luke Freiler, clearing..

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Are You Washing Your Dishes Wrong? [Video]Are You Washing Your Dishes Wrong?

Americans have changed the way they wash their dirty dishes and Procter & Gamble (PG) has taken notice. PG says its old-fashioned liquid detergent, which debuted in 1972, just isn't cut out for the job..

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Top Countries Uber Users Visited In 2019 [Video]Top Countries Uber Users Visited In 2019

Business Insider reports that Uber compiled "A look back at 2019" report. Using its own data, the report included a list of 15 countries Americans used Uber in, while traveling internationally. From..

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Cell Phones Are Causing Thousands Of Injuries A Year [Video]Cell Phones Are Causing Thousands Of Injuries A Year

New research suggests that smartphones are capable of inflicting bodily harm on users. An analysis published Thursday estimates that as many as 4,000 Americans suffer injuries related to cellphone use..

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How to Keep Your Packages From Being Stolen [Video]How to Keep Your Packages From Being Stolen

Cyber Monday over, many shoppers are now expecting deliveries. Package theft is a big issue that has affected 30 percent of Americans.

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Buttigieg Fights Back Against Tuition-Free College [Video]Buttigieg Fights Back Against Tuition-Free College

Mayor Pete Buttigieg created a new defense against proposed plans for tuition-free plans. According to Reuters, the attack was mainly directed to Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Buttigieg..

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Cyber Monday 2019 Sets Record for the Largest Online Shopping Day [Video]Cyber Monday 2019 Sets Record for the Largest Online Shopping Day

According to Adobe Analytics, a 19% increase in sales from 2018 means that Americans will spend an estimated $9.4 billion online for Cyber Monday.

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Dieselgate: lawyers back legal action for Europeans affected by the scandal [Video]Dieselgate: lawyers back legal action for Europeans affected by the scandal

When the emissions cheating scandal erupted, Americans were quickly compensated, but four years on, European VW owners are still seeking justice.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:55Published

Poll Shows Cranberry Sauce Is the Most Hated Thanksgiving Food [Video]Poll Shows Cranberry Sauce Is the Most Hated Thanksgiving Food

Through Instacart, The Harris Poll has surveyed over 2,000 Americans on which holiday food they hated the most.

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10 Weirdest Ingredients People Put in Their Stuffing [Video]10 Weirdest Ingredients People Put in Their Stuffing

Whether you call it stuffing or dressing, Americans traditionally prepare a filling to put inside of their Thanksgiving turkeys.

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U.S. lawmakers propose sanctions over Chinese exit bans on Americans

A bipartisan group of senators has proposed legislation that would impose sanctions on Chinese officials involved in enforcing exit bans on U.S. officials in China.
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Trump isn't getting a political bump from killing Iran's Soleimani, and it's his own fault

It's as if Trump spent the past decade making sure Americans would distrust him at this very moment. He's made it much harder for future presidents.
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Abrams & Holder: Voting by people of color is up, but so are barriers built by Republicans

Americans across the country still face significant barriers when attempting to vote. It's time Republicans come to terms with that.
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Here's the grade most Americans give themselves for retirement readiness

Retirement may come sooner than expected, leaving most Americans unhappy about their preparations, a new study says.
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Move over, wine. Americans were reaching for more hard seltzers and hard liquor in 2019

Overall, Americans drank more and spent more on alcoholic beverages in 2019. But wine consumption fell for the first time in 25 years.
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‘I Lost My Legs’: Wounded in Iraq, He Sued Iran

Americans who lost limbs or loved ones in the Iraq war and fought to prove that General Suleimani played a role see justice in his death by a missile strike.
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Elizabeth Warren: We can clean up corruption in Washington. We just have to fight to do it.

Universal child care, and free college, and Medicare for All — all of it can be all done, improving lives for millions of Americans.
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At 16, She’s a Pioneer in the Fight to Cure Sickle Cell Disease

Helen Obando is the youngest person ever to get a gene therapy that scientists hope will cure the disease, which afflicts 100,000 Americans.
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How the Public Feels About Trump’s Iran Strategy

Polls have shown that Americans think war with Iran is more likely than it was before President Trump took office.
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Harry and Meghan aren't actually quitting the family business

harry and meghan aren't actually quitting the family business
(CNN)When I was 16 years old, I joined Republic, the British organization which campaigns to abolish the monarchy. Americans, it has always seemed to me, got this one right in 1776. Why afford..
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Trump tweets 'How are your 409K's doing?' in apparent typo as Dow and S&P 500 hit intraday records

President Trump tweeted that Americans' "409K'S" are doing great, a typo referencing 401(k) retirement accounts that was later deleted.
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Weary Veterans Exemplify a Nation Reluctant for War With Iran

While as mixed in their views as other Americans, the veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are now a larger proportion of critics of interventions in the regions they once fought in.
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Stabbings, shootings, assaults weigh on US Jewish youth

Many young Jewish Americans are searching for ways to cope with a string of anti-Semitic attacks. (Jan. 8)  
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Cancer Death Rate Is in Steady Decline Among Americans

Breakthrough treatments for lung cancer and melanoma have driven down mortality overall. But progress has slowed for other cancers.
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Held in Iran for 444 Days, Ex-Hostages Want ‘Nothing to Do With’ Latest Conflict

After President Trump referred to 52 Americans taken hostage in 1979, survivors said they were still waiting for the full restitution payments once promised.
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Iranian-Americans Questioned at the Border: ‘My Kids Shouldn’t Experience Such Things’

Up to 200 people were held by border agents, with some of them reportedly asked to share their opinions about the situation in Iran and Iraq.
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Iranian-Americans say they were detained at border

Civil rights groups and lawmakers demanded information from federal officials following reports that dozens of Iranian-Americans were held up and questioned at the border as they returned to the United..
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For Trump, the Burden May Be Proving This Is Not the Moment His Critics Predicted

The president and his allies dismiss the criticism as partisan blowback from political adversaries too timid to take strong action against foreign enemies who have targeted Americans with impunity.
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War with Iran is terrifying prospect for Americans with family in the Middle East, like me

I am worried for my grandpa's home, for the roses my grandmother planted, for the Americans who don't understand the reality of others' suffering.
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'Entire world will need to be on high alert': Iran general's death stirs fear of wide fallout

National security experts warned of Middle East chaos and dangers for Americans abroad after the U.S. strike that killed Iran general Qasem Soleimani.
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Iran will punish Americans wherever they are within its reach: Guards commander

Iran will punish Americans wherever they are within reach of the Islamic Republic in retaliation for the killing of miliary commander Qassem Soleimani, Tasnim news agency quoted a senior Revolutionary..
Reuters - Published

Trump says ordered killing of Iranian general to prevent war, not start one

President Donald Trump said on Friday he ordered the killing of Qassem Soleimani to stop a war, not start one, saying the Iranian military commander was planning imminent attacks on Americans.
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Sum it up! U.S. linguists to pick 'Word of the Decade'

Leading linguists gather on Friday to decide whether Americans over the past decade were most affected by movements to end racial or sexual violence, cultivate respect for gender fluidity or some other..
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Pentagon says Iranian commander Soleimani was developing plans to attack Americans

A U.S. strike killed Iran Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani, the Pentagon said on Thursday, adding that Soleimani was actively developing plans to attack Americans in Iraq and the Middle East.
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New Year's Eve forecast: Will the weather affect your celebration?

Most Americans will see rather calm weather for New Year's Eve, forecasters say, thanks to a lack of extreme cold or big storms across the nation.
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Why SUVs are getting bigger and bigger: GM, Toyota, Ford enlarge hefty vehicles

GM's decision to bulk up the Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe makes the automaker the latest to enlarge already-big SUVs. Why? Americans want more space.
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Getting your last gift on Christmas Eve? You're not alone and Kroger's registers even went down

The International Council of Shopping Centers predicted that 74 million Americans will pick up last-minute presents on Christmas Eve.
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Heavy road salt use in winter is a growing problem, scientists say

Each year, Americans spread more than 48 billion pounds of salt on roadways to ward off winter weather. Experts find de-icing degrades roads, bridges.
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A record number of people expected to travel for the holidays

An estimated 115 million Americans will be traveling via airplanes, cars, and trains.  
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End of a decade: What the 2010s, Obama, Trump and Black Lives Matter meant for Americans

The 2010s were monumental for black activism, but the country still made little progress with racial equality.
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Democrats say consumer product safety commission too close to companies

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), whose job is to assure products Americans buy are safe, is inappropriately deferential to companies it investigates, according to a report done for..
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U.S. weekly jobless claims fall; mid-Atlantic factory activity almost stalls

The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits dropped from more than a two-year high last week, pointing to sustained labor market strength.
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Split-screen America: Alternate realities on display as House votes to impeach Trump

Americans got a striking split-screen view on Wednesday of just how divided their politics have become.
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Celebs react to impeachment: Alyssa Milano, Charlie Daniels, Bette Midler and more

Like many Americans, celebs took to social media to voice their thoughts on impeachment. Here's what they said, from Plies to Charlie Daniels.
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CNBC survey: 45% of Americans disapprove of impeachment, 44% approve

cnbc survey: 45% of americans disapprove of impeachment, 44% approve
The U.S. House of Representatives is...
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Pass the ketchup, hold the beef: Americans crave Impossible Burger, Beyond Meat in 2020

Plant based meats like the Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat are growing in popularity, and companies like Nestle are launching similar brands
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Winter weather alerts reach 60 million people as ice, sleet, snow closes schools, snarls traffic

More than 60 million Americans faced winter weather alerts as snow, ice and a wintry mix from two closely aligned storms swept much of the nation.
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92% of Americans think their basic rights are being threatened, new poll shows

Americans are most concerned that their freedom of speech, right to bear arms and right to equal justice are at risk, the poll finds.
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Weather, Curtis Flowers hearing, holiday shipping deadlines: 5 things to know Monday

Some 25 million Americans will be under weather advisories, Curtis Flowers will appear in court and more news you need to know Monday.
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Afghanistan war lies reveal a crisis of faith in democracy

Now that it is clear they lied about Afghanistan as well, few Americans can even muster outrage.
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Booming Trump economy is right time for able-bodied adults to trade food stamps for jobs

SNAP was designed as a lifeline for people in need, not a way of life for able-bodied Americans. Our new rule will continue to protect this safety net.
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Americans weigh in on Trump impeachment charges

House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Tuesday. Some Americans aren't convinced President Trump did anything wrong, while others are adamant he should be..
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Cities are criminalizing homelessness by banning people from camping in public. That's the wrong approach, report says

More cities are criminally punishing homeless people for sleeping in public, a new report shows, amid an increase in Americans living on the streets.
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