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What Elise Stefanik's rise says about the new GOP: Trump rules. Ideology? Fugetaboutit.
Losing presidential candidates typically fade away. Not Trump, the force behind Cheney's fall and Stefanik's rise, launching a new face of the GOP.      
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'Ohio Vax-a-Million': State to give $1M away to 5 vaccinated adults, 5 full-ride college scholarships
Ohio will give away $1 million prizes to 5 adults and 5 full-ride public college scholarships to teens who get vaccinated, Gov. Mike DeWine said.
Where to find gas: GasBuddy back online after outage as drivers fill up after Colonial Pipeline cyberattack
The app GasBuddy, which has grown popular in the aftermath of the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, was down for a period due to demand.
This Puffy mattress is among the softest mattresses we've tried—and it's $350 off
This Puffy mattress is among the softest beds we've ever laid on, and this code will save you $350 on it, plus, you'll get two free pillows—learn more.
5 loud and crazy military homecomings
There's no right or wrong way to react to your service member coming home, but the craziest ones are our favorite.
Crowded balcony collapses on beachfront property in California
More than a dozen people were on a beachfront balcony in Malibu, California, when it collapsed nearly 15 feet onto rocks and sand below.
Liz Cheney live updates: House Republicans expected to vote on removing her from leadership
The vote is the result of weeks of drama among House Republicans, some who see Rep. Liz Cheney's criticism of Donald Trump as a distraction.
'Black fungus' is appearing more frequently among COVID-19 patients in India. What to know about the deadly infection.
Mucormycosis, commonly known as black fungus, mainly affects people who have health problems or take medicines that lower the body's immune system.
Wisconsin Assembly votes to require national anthem at sporting events in publicly funded venues
With "sporting event" not defined in the bill, it could mean every recreational or pickup game in a city park would require the anthem be played.      
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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signs name, image, likeness bill for college athletes
Tennessee became the 15th state to pass a bill allowing college athletes to earn money for the use of their name, image and likeness.      
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Billions on the way: How much money is headed to your state, city from the COVID rescue plan
Here's what $350 billion in direct aid to city, county and state governments will mean for your community.      
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Family of Andrew Brown Jr. expected to see more bodycam video of fatal shooting by North Carolina sheriff's deputies
The family of Andrew Brown Jr., a Black man who was killed by deputies in North Carolina, will be shown limited footage of the shooting today.      
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Biden to announce Uber, Lyft partnership providing free rides to COVID-19 vaccination sites through July 4
Biden will announce efforts to encourage Americans to get vaccinated in order to meet his goal of 70% of the adult population getting one shot by July 4.      
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Younger teens could soon get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Your questions, answered
Adolescents ages 12 to 15 could qualify for a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine as soon as Thursday.     
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Police searching for answers, to release additional details in Colorado Springs mass shooting
Colorado Springs police said additional details in a mass shooting at a birthday party would be released during a Tuesday news conference.      
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What level of antibodies protect against COVID? Researchers are rushing to find out.
Does a certain level of antibodies in the blood predict if someone is protected against COVID-19? Scientists want to find out.      
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