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Alaska photo mystery solved as 60 year old photos identified

In 2008, Jennifer Skupin bought some slides at an Amsterdam flea market. They appeared to be taken in Alaska, decades ago. Now, after an international effort, several of the individuals behind the photos have come forward.
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Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman took home $610.5 million in 2020
Schwarzman, 74, received $86.4 million in compensation and $524.1 million in dividends from his Blackstone shares, a regulatory filing showed on Friday. His net worth is currently pegged by Forbes at $22.3 billion.
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Biden voices support for unions amid landmark Amazon vote
President Joe Biden threw his support behind labor unions in a new video that comes right as Amazon workers in Alabama are voting on whether to unionize.
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Johnson & Johnson working on booster for coronavirus variants
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New On Tubi March 2021
See the full Tubi schedule for new releases in March 2021. Look out for hit movies like Karate Kid, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and more dropping this month.
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Out-of-towners flood state-run COVID vaccine sites in NYC: de Blasio
The big state-run COVID-19 vaccination sites in New York City are administering shots to massive numbers of out-of-towners — rather than Big Apple residents, Mayor Bill de Blasio charged Monday. The mayor complained that a whopping 75 percent of the coronavirus shots administered at the Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens were given to people who live...
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Near-Death Experiences Can 'Totally Transform' a Person in Seconds Says Scientist
"There have been a lot of physical explanations that have been proposed. Those that we have been able to study, the data seem to disprove them entirely," Dr. Bruce Greyson said.
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Woman flirts with neighbor with signs through window, TikTok begs to know what happens next
Much like the opening of the iconic video for Taylor Swift's Grammy-winning hit "You Belong with Me," TikTokker a129593a made a pass at her neighbor with signs in her window.
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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s Oprah sit-down called 'nonsense' by royal expert: 'It suits a narrative'
The special, titled 'Oprah With Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special' will air on Sunday, March 7
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Seth Jahn eviscerates US Soccer's decision to remove him from council, reveals death threats
Seth Jahn, a U.S. 7-a-side Paralympian who was booted from the U.S. Soccer athletes council for his speech railing against the repeal of the anthem-kneeling, doubled down on his stance and revealed he was receiving death threats over his words.
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Amelia Hamlin frees the nipple in sheer top at dinner with boyfriend Scott Disick
She left little to the imagination while staring adoringly at her "dream man."
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How a Classic ’80s Cartoon Got Rebooted for the 21st Century
The new She-Ra is a celebration of diversity.
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The Daily 202: Biden’s cautious approach on Syria strikes, Saudi Arabia draws Democratic scrutiny
The president faces an array of foreign policy decisions, few of them on a timetable of his choice.
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ESPN investigating Dan Dakich’s heated feud with professors
Controversial radio host and college basketball analyst Dan Dakich is in hot water again for comments he made relating to Duke freshman Jalen Johnson’s decision to leave the team. ESPN is looking into Dakich’s interaction with three college professors for what he wrote on Twitter and said on his radio show. On Sunday, Dakich deactivated...
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US trade policy has failed Black and Latino workers
Last week, President Joe Biden's nominee for US trade representative Katherine Tai -- a well-seasoned trade expert with decades of trade experience -- faced the Senate Finance Committee for confirmation. The job will not be an easy one. As the nation's chief trade representative, Tai will inherit a turbulent legacy of trade policy decisions during a particularly difficult time in which a pandemic continues to ravage countries, communities and working people across the globe, especially workers of color.
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Jake, OWL’s caster, player and (now) coach, on finding his future in esports
"Esports is it’s so new and young, the only thing that you can predict is that it’s going to be unpredictable."
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Golden Globes takeaways: Hollywood's award-show challenges in 2021 aren't getting any easier
If the entertainment industry truly wants the Golden Globes to clean up its act, then Sunday's awkward, glitch-heavy ceremony blew a golden opportunity, while highlighting the problems that all award shows face in this pandemic-impacted environment.
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Arkansas school shooting: Student reportedly shot on first day of in-person learning
A student was reportedly shot at an Arkansas middle school early Monday. The incident at the Watson Chapel Junior High School in Pine Bluff came on the first day district schools were returning to full-day instruction after months of coronavirus restrictions, KARK-TV reported. No further details were immediately available.
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Jennifer Lopez shares sexy swimsuit selfie on Instagram
J.Lo is never afraid to flaunt what she's got.
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2021 Golden Globes: Chloé Zhao becomes first Asian female Best Director
Andra Day and Chadwick Boseman joined Chloé Zhao as first-time winners at the season's first major U.S. awards show.
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AOC Says Only 'Two Options' to Pass $15 Minimum Wage: Override Parliamentarian or End Filibuster
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Democrats "have a responsibility" to raise the minimum wage after promising voters they would.
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Gal Gadot confirms she is pregnant following speculation at Golden Globes
"Wonder Woman" Gal Gadot is going to be a real-life superhero again.
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COVID-19 at-home rapid test gets emergency use authorization
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an emergency use authorization on Monday for a rapid at-home COVID-19 test that delivers results without the use of an outside laboratory.
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Single dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine distribution begins
Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine distribution begins after the FDA approved the single dose vaccine.       
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Lisa Rinna and family are not getting a reality show on E!
Even Lisa Rinna laughed off the rumor.
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NJ law prevents cops from telling parents about kids’ first-time weed bust
New Jersey minors caught with weed or booze won’t have to worry about getting grounded by mom and dad — as a new law legalizing marijuana bars police from telling parents if their kids were caught, and apparently extends to alcohol. Gov. Phil Murphy signed a package of bills on Feb. 22 after a three-year...
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‘It just sucks’: America’s jobless owe thousands of dollars in taxes on their unemployment
Many unemployed Americans are learning that their unemployment benefits are taxable as they file their 2020 returns.
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Trudeau gives up on Keystone XL pipeline, says Biden made his decision
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’s given up on the Keystone XL oil pipeline as President Biden has made clear his decision to nix the project. Trudeau recently held a virtual meeting with Biden and gushed over their potential collaboration on climate change, but in the past has also promoted the oil conduit between...
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WWE is sabotaging its women’s division
WWE is letting down its women’s division. The group that has been one of the company’s biggest strengths over the past five years is starting to become the victim of questionable booking, less compelling creative and the lack of new main event stars. While the issues have plagued the SmackDown women’s roster less than the...
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Why a $15 Minimum Wage Is Both Old Hat and New Fight
The U.S. minimum wage, $7.25 an hour, hasn’t been raised since 2009. But 29 states and the District of Columbia and at least 53 cities and counties have lifted their pay floors above the national mandate. So have a number of corporations including Walmart Inc., which now offers minimum starting pay of $11 an hour, and Amazon.com Inc., which raised its minimum wage in the U.S. and the U.K. to $15 an hour. So President Joe Biden’s proposal to more than double the federal minimum wage, to $15 an ho
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Say it ain’t so, Joe
Will President Biden give Mohammed bin Salman a 'one free murder' pass?
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Ceremonial chariot unearthed from Pompeii's ruins
Excavators in Pompeii, Italy have discovered a large four-wheel chariot, almost fully intact, dating back 2,000 years.
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Absinthe 101: Here's what you need to know
A beginner's guide to this storied drink     
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10 exciting ways to brew the best coffee at home
These brewing methods have their perks     
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Golden Globes saw Bernie Sanders' mittens meme behind Cynthia Nixon
The actress was celebrated with her wife Christine, their 10-year-old son, and Manhattan district attorney candidate Tahanie Aboushi.
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Taylor Swift slams Netflix series 'Ginny & Georgia' over 'lazy,' deeply sexist' joke
Taylor Swift called out the Netflix series 'Ginny & Georgia' over a joke.
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Video Shows Heroic Dog Rescue From Frozen Pond by Good Samaritans
One man jumped in the freezing water of an Oklahoma pond to lift a dog out off the fallen ice.
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Israel’s Netanyahu blames Iran for cargo ship attack
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday accused Iran of attacking an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman last week, a mysterious explosion that further spiked security concerns in the region. 
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Shooting reported at junior high school in Arkansas: School district
A shooting has been reported at Watson Chapel Junior High School in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, the school district said.
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GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger Shrugs Off Being on Enemies List of 'Losing Choke Artist' Trump
"It's not a bad enemies list to be on," the Illinois congressman said during a Monday appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
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Lamar Jackson could be the next NFL quarterback unhappy with his team
In an offseason that has already provided a seemingly never-ending stream of quarterback drama, Lamar Jackson could be the next star quarterback to throw fuel on the growing fire. Jackson is heading into the fourth year of his rookie contract, the offseason in which many young star quarterbacks are given long-term extensions. Last offseason, Patrick...
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Taylor Swift didn't appreciate that 'Ginny & Georgia' joke
Taylor Swift is over the jokes.
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Taylor Swift hits back at 'lazy, deeply sexist joke' about her
Taylor Swift is over the jokes.
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Franklin Graham Hails Trump CPAC Speech As Evangelicals Say They're Losing Influence
A survey conducted by Pew Research Center found 72 percent of white evangelicals, as well as 65 percent of Republicans, believed evangelical Christians will lose influence under Joe Biden's administration.
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Prince Harry compares "unbelievably tough" royal split to Diana
Speaking with Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry says he feared "history repeating itself."
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Pandemic party boy Ivan Busheski: I was attacked by ‘Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighters’
"If I would’ve gone outside, they were going to break all my bones, take my eyeballs out while the police did nothing."
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Connecticut ambulance worker busted in string of Molotov cocktail attacks at EMS facilities, firehouse: police
A Connecticut ambulance worker has been arrested in connection with a string of at least four Molotov cocktail incidents in a matter of only hours at EMS facilities and a resident in various parts of the state, police said.
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Washington posts first colder than normal February in six years
It was also a stormy month yet, somehow, snowfall was still below average.
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Newsom, legislators strike deal to reopen California schools with $2 billion in incentives for campuses
The plan, sources said, provides financial incentives to school districts that offer in-person instruction in counties with fewer than 25 new daily coronavirus cases per 100,000 residents.
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