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One Month Ago Joe Biden Declared U.S. Close to Independence From COVID; Where Do We Stand?
One month after President Biden said that the U.S. was close to "declaring independence" from COVID-19, nearly 10,000 people have died from the coronavirus.
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The Hidden Force Behind U.S.-Iran Policy? Racism | Opinion
After decades of warmongering, aggression and outright inhumanity, it's time for a totally new approach. That means a complete end to blanket sanctions, a renewed commitment to diplomacy and a reversal of all military posturing.
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135 children hospitalized for COVID in Florida as state sets new overall hospitalization record
Florida just set a new record for COVID hospitalizations, with 135 of those being children, the highest ever. Governor DeSantis is now blaming immigration for the spread of COVID. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez spoke to locals and medical experts about what's truly driving the spike in cases.
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Eye Opener: Evacuations underway as Dixie Fire spreads
Urgent evacuations across North Central California as the state's largest wildfire engulfed a small town. Also, Florida sets a pandemic hospitalization record. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
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American teen Harrison wins first Olympic women's canoe 200
Nevin Harrison saved her tears for the finish line, where they came pouring out over a golden smile.
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Fauci: US 'may sooner or later get another variant'
The more the virus spreads, the more it has "ample opportunity" to mutate, Fauci said.
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Scherzer Ks 10 in debut, Dodgers hit 4 HRs to beat Astros
Max Scherzer has accomplished many things during his 14-year major league career, but it wasn't until his first start for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night that he got to enjoy this particular experience:
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Zooey Deschanel and Jonathan Scott mark 2-year anniversary of meeting with sweet tributes: 'Still my favorite'
Zooey Deschanel and Jonathan Scott's relationship is still going strong.
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Gausman, Dickerson lead Giants past Diamondbacks 7-1
Kevin Gausman threw six stellar innings, Alex Dickerson added a three-run homer and the San Francisco Giants beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-1 on Wednesday night.
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Floridians want leadership on covid-19. Instead, they’re getting rotten MAGA antics.
Gov. Ron DeSantis remains focused on his standing with his base, not the survival of Floridians.
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Meghan Markle's 40th Birthday Video Mocked by TV Host—Leaving Fans Outraged
The Duchess of Sussex released a clip calling for mentors to help women back into work, but was criticized for her accent, her smile and even her dog.
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Some states banning mask mandates in schools also have fewest teens vaccinated
As kids head back to school this month, vaccination rates among adolescents tend to be lower in states that have banned mask mandates in schools than in states that will require masks in schools, a new CNN analysis finds.
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Springer gets 4 hits, Matz wins as Jays beat Indians 8-6
George Springer had four hits, including the 42nd leadoff home run of his career, and Steven Matz pitched six shutout innings as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 8-6 on Wednesday night.
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Israelis told to 'stop embracing', elderly urged to get booster as Covid-19 cases spike
Israel has urged over 60s to get their booster shots immediately and the government has tightened up coronavirus restrictions amid a fresh wave of infections.
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Israelis told to 'stop embracing', elderly urged to get booster as Covid-19 cases spike
Israel has urged over 60s to get their booster shots immediately and the government has tightened up coronavirus restrictions amid a fresh wave of infections.
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Passenger taped to seat after allegedly groping flight attendants
One video on social media showed the passenger claiming his parents are worth more than $2 million.
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The sailor accused of starting a destructive ship fire was known for hating the Navy, investigators say
Navy officials announced in November the Bonhomme Richard would be scrapped after determining it would cost up to $3.2 billion to repair the ship.
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Despite resignation calls, Andrew Cuomo digs in and, so far, stays in office
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been meeting with advisers and figuring out his legal options following a bombshell report accusing him of sexual harassment.       
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Solid Ohtani, speedy Lagares help Angels beat Rangers 2-1
Shohei Ohtani signaled for Juan Lagares to take off from second base on a wild pitch, then the two-way standout just got out of the way when his speedy teammate kept on coming around third.
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Woman leans out passenger window with AK47 in San Francisco
A photo out of San Francisco shows a woman leaning out of a moving car while holding an AK47.
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Miley Cyrus' Offer To 'Educate' DaBaby Divides Fans
The "Wrecking Ball" singer took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a message of support with the rapper.
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Russia Bans Bard College
Was it because of George Soros? Or geopolitical tension? Either way, the future of academic exchange could be in danger.
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14-year-old sensation wins gold with perfect-10 dives
• Tokyo sees another record day of Covid-19 infections • India's 41-year wait for a men's hockey medal is finally over • Australia's Keegan Palmer wins final skateboarding gold of the Olympics
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Rizzo delivers again for new team, Yankees rout Orioles 10-3
Recently acquired Anthony Rizzo homered again, DJ LeMahieu drove in four runs and the New York Yankees cruised to a 10-3 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night.
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Carl Lewis slams US track team as ‘embarrassment’ after epic relay fail
An event that the United States previously dominated is now looking like “a total embarrassment” for Team USA – at least, that’s what one of its greatest legends thinks. Carl Lewis — who won nine gold medals in track for the U.S. between 1984-96 — slammed the men’s 4x100m team for its performance after to...
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Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, 80, skips US tour after surgery
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts underwent an unspecified but "completely successful" medical procedure, and has been ordered to rest instead of joining the tour.
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Japan Expands Restrictions Amid Unprecedented COVID-19 Surge During Olympics
Japan's prime minister insists there is no evidence linking the increase in cases to the Games.
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Man Finds Plant Taller Than Shaquille O'Neal Growing Out of His Wall
The Texan reckoned he needed to start charging the giant plant some rent.
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Rodriguez helps Red Sox top Tigers 4-1, snap 5-game skid
Eduardo Rodriguez struck out 10 in five shutout innings and the Boston Red Sox snapped a five-game losing streak with a 4-1 win over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night.
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The Cybersecurity 202: The year’s biggest cybersecurity conferences are back -- but limited
Black Hat and Def Con are taking place this week with about one-fourth the attendees.
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