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Live stimulus updates: Senate braces for marathon debate on Joe Biden's COVID relief plan
Sen. Chuck Schumer said Democrats would be "on track" to pass the bill by March 14, when a federal boost to unemployment benefits expires.       
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MMA Junkie's 'Submission of the Month' for February: A jiu-jitsu champion falls
With another action-packed month of MMA in the books, MMA Junkie looks at the best submission from February 2021.       
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Biden injects hope in renewable energy supporters
President Joe Biden's renewable energy push is injecting hope in supporters but major challenges loom, including the coronavirus pandemic and the restoration of hundreds of thousands of lost jobs. (March 3)      
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Duke's NCAA Tournament hopes take another hit with first loss to Georgia Tech since 2010
Duke's NCAA Tournament hopes took another hit as the Blue Devils lost to Georgia Tech - 81-77 in overtime - for the first time in 11 years.      
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Today in History for March 3rd
Highlights of this day in history: Rodney King beaten in Los Angeles; Inventor Alexander Graham Bell born; 'The Star Spangled Banner' becomes the U.S. national anthem; 'Time' first hits newsstands; Steve Fossett's non-stop global flight. (March 3)      
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Shorthanded Predators lose goalie Juuse Saros during 4-2 loss to Hurricanes
Predators' Juuse Saros, on receiving end of a helmet-to-helmet hit from Hurricanes' Nino Niederreiter behind the net, didn't return after first period.       
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Police bolster security at US Capitol as QAnon theory claims Trump will become president March 4
It's unclear how many QAnon supporters support the March 4 inauguration theory and whether there will be any violence that day in Washington, D.C.       
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Wallkill (N.Y.) high school football player dies after opening day of practice
A 17-year-old high school football player suffered a medical emergency following the opening day of practice on Monday, later dying at the hospital.      
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'The Voice': Kelly Clarkson hits back after Blake Shelton says she doesn't 'have time' for show
Blake Shelton said Kelly Clarkson "doesn't really have time for this" while juggling "The Kelly Clarkson Show." He added that she "forgot her roots."      
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'Fall Guys' to join 'Fortnite' family under Epic Games. What that could mean for players
Epic Games, the company behind Fortnite, announced Tuesday it has acquired Tonic Games Group. Here's what it could mean for players.       
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Michael Bisping and Luke Rockhold is the best MMA bromance you'll see this week
You'd be well within your rights to presume there's no love lost between former UFC middleweight champs Michael Bisping and Luke Rockhold.      Related StoriesTriple Take: A case for new champions in each UFC 259 title fightOn first four-fight streak in seven years, Alex Caceres ready for transcensionUFC 259: Make your predictions for three title fights in Las Vegas 
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No. 2 Michigan blown out at home by No. 4 Illinois team playing without star Ayo Dosunmu
Even without star Ayo Dosunmu, No. 4 Illinois went to Ann Arbor and absolutely hammered No. 2 Michigan.       
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Iowa police find, detonate live pipe bomb in parking lot of special election polling place
The incident disrupted voting in a special election for the Ankeny Community School District for about three hours, officials said.       
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What we know about the allegations of sexual harassment against Rep. Madison Cawthorn
Freshman Rep. Madison Cawthorn, a North Carolina Republican, is under scrutiny for renewed allegations that he sexually harassed college classmates.       
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Paul Daley vs. Sabah Homasi matched up again, added to Bellator 257
Bellator is trying the Paul Daley vs. Sabah Homasi grudge match once again.       Related StoriesVideo: Did Dana White go overboard in his criticism of Ciryl Gane after UFC Fight Night 186?Former UFC champ Carla Esparza says one more win should seal second title shotUFC books Francisco Figueiredo vs. Jimmy Flick for May 8 event 
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Spurs' Gregg Popovich: 'Pretty mystifying' for Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to lift mask mandates
Spurs' Gregg Popovich was critical of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's new executive order that lifted the state's mask mandate.      
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Climate change threatens fragile Pacific Coast Highway
The effects of climate change, frequent wildfires and heavy rains, are creating conditions that threaten the Pacific Coast Highway.       
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Biden's controversial budget pick Neera Tanden withdraws from nomination process
Neera Tanden, President Joe Biden's pick for budget chief, has withdrawn her nomination after her tweets drew criticism from senators.       
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Sheriff executes search warrant for black box from Tiger Woods' crashed car
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says it has downloaded the black-box data from the one-car crash that nearly killed Tiger Woods.      
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Video: Did Dana White go overboard in his criticism of Ciryl Gane after UFC Fight Night 186?
Never one to mince words, Dana White didn't seem thrilled with Ciryl Gane's win over Jairzinho Rozenstruik at UFC Fight Night 186.       Related StoriesFormer UFC champ Carla Esparza says one more win should seal second title shotUFC books Francisco Figueiredo vs. Jimmy Flick for May 8 eventUFC 259 'Embedded,' No. 2: 'We should drink some before the fight like Costa' 
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Jamie Lee Curtis leads a Children's Hospital Los Angeles fundraising campaign
Curtis was named the spokesperson of the sixth annual month-long Make March Matter campaign. "I am connected deeply to advocacy," the actress said. (March 2)      
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San Francisco eases restrictions as cases decline
San Francisco will begin reopening more parts of its economy, including indoor dining, movie theaters and gyms, as California gives seven counties the go-ahead thanks to declining rates of coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths. (March 2)      
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Classrooms are different as Calf. schools reopen
After being closed for nearly a year, some public schools in California are reopening with new COVID-19 safety protocols. Most students in the nation's most populous state have been learning from home for the past year during the pandemic. (March 2)      
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No. 3 Baylor clinches first conference title in 71 years with hard-fought, bounce-back OT win at No. 5 West Virginia
No. 3 Baylor earned its first conference championship since 1950 by defeating No. 5 West Virginia in overtime.      
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Texas and Mississippi ditch facemask rules as they try to return to pre-pandemic life
Both states' governors signed executive orders canceling the mandates of facemasks and are returning to pre-pandemic standards.       
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Former UFC champ Carla Esparza says one more win should seal second title shot
Carla Esparza has climbed back to the top of the strawweight division and sees herself one win away from a shot at her old title.      Related StoriesUFC books Francisco Figueiredo vs. Jimmy Flick for May 8 eventUFC 259 'Embedded,' No. 2: 'We should drink some before the fight like Costa''King Mo' Lawal breaks down Bellator's light heavyweight grand prix quarterfinals 
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Dr. Oz helps save man suffering heart attack at Newark Airport
TV personality Dr. Oz helped administer CPR, along with Port Authority Officer Jeffrey Croissant, to a 60-year-old heart attack victim.     
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Public outcry over Cuomo harassment allegations
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has avoided public appearances for days as some members of his own party call for him to resign over sexual harassment allegations. (March 2)      
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Former teacher sworn in as US Education Secretary
Miguel Cardona has been sworn in as education secretary, clearing the way for him to lead the president's effort to reopen the nation's schools amid the coronavirus pandemic. (March 2)      
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MLB will open year with alternate site camps, Triple-A season pushed back a month
The Triple-A season was originally scheduled to begin April 6, but MLB plans to push it back to allow alternate sites to start the year.      
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