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Eric McClure, ex-NASCAR driver, dies at 42

Former stock car driver Eric McClure has died at age 42, NASCAR announced on Sunday.
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Electric Chevrolet Bolt EUV rated at 247 miles per charge
The Chevrolet Bolt EUV has been rated at 247 miles per charge according to the EPA. Chevy had estimated that it would hit the 250-mile mark.
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A million dollars in Ohio. $100 savings bonds in West Virginia. How incentives could improve the vaccination rate
While Krispy Kreme is offering free doughnuts to people who are vaccinated against Covid-19, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is betting dollars to those donuts.
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Nurses, nonprofits, others take COVID-19 vaccines to homebound people
As interest in coronavirus vaccinations dwindles nationwide, providers are ramping up efforts to find and reach millions of people in the U.S. who cannot leave their homes or who need help with transportation.
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Conservative groups mobilize against Democrats' sweeping election bill, targeting moderate senators
Several conservative groups are redoubling their efforts to oppose the sweeping elections bill Democrats are trying to pass through Congress, particularly focusing on states with Democratic senators who may be reluctant to end the legislative filibuster, including one nearly $2 million ad campaign launched Tuesday.
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Video shows mob violence breaking out in ​two Israel​i cities
Video shows ​mob violence between ​Arabs and Jews in ​two Israeli cities following days of air strikes and rocket attack​s. CNN's John Vause has more.
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Shocking video shows mob violence in Israel
Video shows ​mob violence between ​Arabs and Jews in ​two Israeli cities following days of air strikes and rocket attack​s. CNN's John Vause has more.
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Two horses that can beat Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit at the Preakness Stakes
Even without the pall of the horse’s failed drug test, you’re better off fading Medina Spirit in the Preakness Stakes.
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I was pressured for wanting my at-risk baby. Abortion and eugenics can't be separated.
I wondered how many vulnerable moms this doctor had encouraged to remove their supposedly "imperfect" babies from the gene pool.       
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Live updates: Biden to address Colonial Pipeline episode, meet with Republican senators on infrastructure
On Capitol Hill, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) is seeking to shore up support to replace Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) in the No. 3 leadership position among House Republicans.
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Manon Fiorot vs. Maryna Moroz added to UFC Fight Night on June 5
Highly touted French prospect Manon Fiorot will face Maryna Moroz at UFC Fight Night on June 5.       Related StoriesManon Fiorot vs. Maryna Moroz added to UFC Fight Night on June 5 - EnclosureIslam Makhachev vs. Thiago Moises booked for UFC Fight Night on July 17Islam Makhachev vs. Thiago Moises booked for UFC Fight Night on July 17 - Enclosure 
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Dave Bautista talks Netflix's 'Army of the Dead,' collecting his action figures and 'awful' Drax makeup
'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Dave Bautista comes down to Earth for Netflix's 'Army of the Dead,' leading a Vegas heist amid a zombie outbreak.       
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Dave Bautista talks WWE action figures collection, Zack Snyder's 'Army of the Dead'
Dave Bautista chats with USA TODAY's Brian Truitt about his new Netflix film, "Army of the Dead", and collecting his old WWE action figures.      
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Road trip loop: Explore the beautiful coasts of these four Southern states
Take your time on this leisurely coastal road trip through the South (Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina).     
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Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Biden can end our border crisis. My plan will kick start the solution
President Biden has all the tools he needs to end this border security crisis.
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The Coolest Abandoned Places Around the World
From old mining tunnels covered in glow worms to haunted prisons to '70s movie sets decaying in the desert, here are some of the most fascinating abandoned sites to explore around the world.
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Liz Cheney Is Not Going to the 'Political Wilderness' | Opinion
Liz Cheney is not headed for the political wilderness. She is destined for the history books.
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The Curious Allure of the Caitlyn Jenner Candidacy | Opinion
This still-young century has been filled with improbable outsider candidacies, from Schwarzenegger and Jesse Ventura as governors to the just-completed presidency of a billionaire mogul turned reality star.
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The 50 Highest-Grossing R-Rated Movies of All Time
A look at the biggest box office smashes that soared despite being rated R.
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Mitt Romney: We can’t look away from China’s existential threat
Warning signs are also flashing on climate and deficit spending. Will Americans pay attention?
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Microaggressions at the office can make remote work even more appealing
Extended remote work during the pandemic has highlighted how much energy people of color, women, and people with disabilities expend dealing with microaggressions in the office. Some are reluctant to return because of it.
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University president resigns after plagiarizing part of a speech by the former head of US Special Operations Command
The University of South Carolina accepted the resignation Wednesday of President Bob Caslen, who admitted he plagiarized part of a speech by the former head of US Special Operations Command during a weekend commencement speech.
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IDF prepares ground troops for possible action in Gaza Strip
Israel prepared ground troops along the Gaza border early Thursday as the military launched additional airstrikes against Hamas targets – while the terror group renewed rocket fire into the central part of the country. “We have started to prepare infantry and armored units for ground operations,” Lt. Col. Jonathan Cornicus told The Post in a...
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Dog with super long neck goes viral
This pooch is head and shoulders above the pack. See why Gatsby, a Borzoi-German shepherd mix in Sweden, went viral on TikTok for his surprisingly long neck. “How on Earth did you mate a dog with a giraffe?” joked one user. Subscribe to our YouTube!
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Liz Cheney removed from House GOP leadership
After the vote, Cheney told reporters that she "will do everything I can to ensure the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office."
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Wealthy nations once lauded for coronavirus control lag in vaccinations
Some wealthy nations that were most praised last year for controlling the coronavirus are now lagging far behind in getting their people vaccinated — and some, especially in Asia, are seeing COVID-19 cases grow.
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China Media Says U.S. 'Will Be Defeated,' Boasts Army Can Overwhelm American Troops
In a new editorial this week, Communist Party newspaper the Global Times suggested further expansion of China's military in a push against actions of the United States.
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'Castlevania': Why Is the Show Ending After 4 Seasons and Will There Be a Spinoff?
"Castlevania" Season 4 is streaming now on Netflix, and will be the final set of episodes from the anime. There are some signs, however, that the universe of the series will continue.
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Power Up: Celebrities descend on the Hill to push police reform
And the House GOP Conference is still a mess.
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Delta Staff Throw Student Mini-party Mid-flight to Celebrate Her Graduation
A Fordham University PhD student shared a photo of the mimosa and drawing airline staff presented her with.
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Chips are in short supply. Manufacturers are spending big to prevent a repeat
As the world grapples with a shortage of semiconductors, South Korea's chipmakers are spending huge amounts of money to shore up their production in the decade ahead.
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Chips are in short supply. Manufacturers are spending big to prevent a repeat
As the world grapples with a shortage of semiconductors, South Korea's chipmakers are spending huge amounts of money to shore up their production in the decade ahead.
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On This Day: 13 May 1999
In 1999, Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant attended the New York premiere of hit rom-com "Notting Hill." (May 13)      
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Ohio offers $1m lottery for people getting vaccine
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine has unrolled incentives including a weekly $1 million lottery prize and drawings for college scholarships to encourage people to get vaccinated. (May 13)      
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UEFA Champions League final moved from Istanbul to Porto amid travel restrictions
The Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea is to be played in Porto instead of Istanbul, European football's governing body UEFA said on Thursday.
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UN confirms military forces blocking aid in Ethiopia's Tigray region following CNN investigation
The United Nations has confirmed that military forces are impeding humanitarian access to parts of Ethiopia's war-torn Tigray region, after an exclusive CNN investigation revealed that Eritrean troops were coordinating with Ethiopian forces to cut off critical aid routes.
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Within CDC, there's debate about how to best advise Americans on masks
The day after the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention came out with its much-awaited updated mask guidance in late April, email inboxes at the federal agency were buzzing with a link to a Trevor Noah monologue.
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Within CDC, there's debate about how to best advise Americans on masks
The day after the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention came out with its much-awaited updated mask guidance in late April, email inboxes at the federal agency were buzzing with a link to a Trevor Noah monologue.
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Olympic sponsor Toyota 'concerned' by growing public frustration over hosting Games
Toyota, one of the leading sponsors of this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games, says it's "concerned" with the amount of public frustration being directed at athletes ahead of the spectacle.
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University president resigns after plagiarizing part of speech
Bob Caslen acknowledged using part of a speech by Adm. William McRaven, the Navy SEAL in charge of the mission to take out Osama bin Laden.
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Donald Trump Jr. Warns GOP Candidates Liz Cheney Endorsement Will Be 'Kiss of Death'
The son of former President Donald Trump also called on the party to oust "CNN and MSDNC" Republicans.
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Frantic 911 calls after major crack found in I-40 bridge
The 48-year-old span links Arkansas and Tennessee. The inspectors said police had to clear it immediately. Officials say repairs could take months.
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The JFK speech that helped land the first man on the moon
On September 12, 1962, President John F. Kennedy announced that by the end of the decade, the United States would land astronauts on the Moon. His words still shape how we speak about space travel.
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People Expected Police Behavior to Change After George Floyd’s Murder. The Numbers Tell a Different Story
Since last June, police in the U.S. have killed people at virtually the same rate that they have for the past five years
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Americans Have Learned to Talk About Racial Inequality. But They’ve Done Little to Solve It
Janell Ross reflects on what has changed—and what hasn’t—one year after America’s so-called racial reckoning
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‘I Didn’t Have the Privilege of Escaping.’ 8 TIME Journalists Reflect on a Year of Covering Stories About Their Communities
Longstanding journalistic maxims would have a reporter remain disengaged while gathering the facts. But pursuing the whole truth means considering the humanity of one’s subjects—and of oneself. Lived experience can help a reporter empathize and deepen their work in the service of telling stories that accurately reflect the world. After an intense year of reporting…
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ESPN's '144' chronicles WNBA players' bravery amidst racial reckoning, pandemic
'144' is a unique look from ESPN inside the historic WNBA season where players were a key part of America's racial reckoning during the pandemic.       
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The Story Behind TIME’s First-Ever BIPOC-Led Issue
A year ago, we at TIME started talking about the ways we’ve fallen short. Soon after George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, staffers from across the organization began sharing painful memories of being mistreated in our workplace and demanding change. I called Edward, our editor-in-chief, whose words you usually read in this space, to ask…
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Why Liz Cheney Matters
Her ouster is a sign of the Republican Party’s growing discomfort with democracy.
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