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Federal authorities announce plan to safeguard sacred tribal lands in New Mexico's Sandoval County

There's a plan to protect more than 4,000 acres in New Mexico’s Sandoval County.
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Ukraine holds defense conference to boost weapons production
Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky convened an international conference in Kyiv to bolster domestic arms manufacturing
French government combats bedbug epidemic in Paris, urges calm
The French government is asking residents to be patient as they work to combat bedbug infestations in the capital city of Paris.
6 miners killed, 15 trapped after Zimbabwe gold mine collapses
Rescue operations were underway on Saturday at Beyhose mine in the gold rich town of Chegutu, about 60 miles west of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.
After jinxing MLB and NFL teams, it’s up to Knicks, Nets to meet expectations
It would mean both teams maxing out, playing at fairly high levels for the entirety of the season and not suffering any catastrophic injuries.
Joshua Primo plans to sign with Clippers after NBA hands down four-game suspension: report
Former San Antonio Spurs guard Joshua Primo plans to sign a contract with the Los Angeles Clippers. Primo was suspended four games by the NBA on Friday.
Ukraine shoots down dozens of Russian drones on annexation anniversary
Ukraine's air force shoots down Iranian-made drones launched by Russia in the south and central parts of the country.
High school football top performers for Week 6
A look at some of the top performances in high school football games across the Southland on Thursday and Friday.
Former Republican Official Accused of Murdering and Beheading Fiancée
Joseph Roberts was charged and arrested for the murder of his fiancée Rachel Elizabeth Imani Buckner earlier this month.
Erectile dysfunction ruining your love life? There’s one easy fix, scientists say — and it’s free
Improve your sleep quality — and watch the sparks fly.
Some teachers are 'completely overwhelmed' by helicopter parents, suffering 'burnout': Essay
Teachers are experiencing “burnout" due to “teacher shortages," “classroom overcrowding" and parent over-involvement in their children’s affairs, per an Atlantic essay.
The deadly Armenia conflict is Russia at its worst
The recent flare-up between Armenia and Azerbaijan reflects a desire by Russia to retain its regional relevance in the face of its mounting disaster in Ukraine.
The Supreme Court Will Take Up Abortion and Gun Cases in Its New Term
Amid concerns about ethics in camp, the Supreme Court is returning to a new term to take up some familiar topics—guns and abortion.
Anti-abortion groups are at odds on strategies ahead of Ohio vote. It could be a preview for 2024
Abortion opponents in Ohio are divided over how to frame their opposition to a reproductive rights amendment on the state’s November ballot.
Putin Ally Issues Warning on Russia-China Ties: 'Very Dangerous'
TV host Vladimir Solovyov warned against placing all of Russia's eggs in the Chinese basket and urged self-reliance.
Pink front door sparks viral reaction from Michigan postal worker
The pink door drew approval from the passing mail person.
Deion Sanders, Colorado enter halftime down big for second consecutive week
For the second consecutive week, Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes are entering halftime facing a large deficit. The Trojans lead Colorado 34-14.
Groundbreaking choreographer Rudy Perez, a trailblazer of postmodern dance, dies at age 93
Groundbreaking choreographer Rudy Perez, a pioneer of 1960s postmodern dance, died Friday of complications from asthma. He was 93.
House and Senate race to find agreement ahead shutdown deadline
The House and Senate prepared for dueling votes on two different stop-gap bills to fund the government for 45 days hours before a shutdown deadline at midnight.
Michigan thief used Bluetooth to steal 800 gallons of gas by hacking into pumps
A thief stole around 800 gallons of gas from a Detroit fuel station using the Bluetooth option on a cellphone to hack into the pump.
Mets grounds crew uses blow torches amid sloppy conditions at Citi Field
The rain ended on Saturday, but at Citi Field, they were still battling the elements.
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Ryder Cup fans heckle, mock Patrick Cantlay over hat drama: ‘Where’s your cap?’
The Ryder Cup crowd wasn’t happy with Patrick Cantlay on Saturday. 
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Lefty censors stifle free speech in high school debate, classrooms: critics
The censorship is accelerating as debate competitors are penalized, and students in classrooms are reprimanded for saying anything deemed politically incorrect, critics say.
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Putin appoints Wagner Group aide to train Russian volunteers
Vladimir Putin appoints Wagner Group aide to train Russian forces in Ukraine
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Ilhan Omar Names Democrats' Price to Save Kevin McCarthy as Shutdown Looms
Omar, a Minnesota Democrat, suggested some Democrats would be open to a "50-50" power-sharing to save McCarty's speakership.
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Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce planning to wear couples costumes for Halloween: report
The "Bad Blood" singer and the NFL star's rumored relationship caught the attention of the nation after she attended his football game last Sunday.
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GOP presidential candidates identify top issues facing Americans, from the economy to the border crisis
The 2024 GOP candidates outlined what they believe to be the top issues ahead of the next presidential election during interviews with Reagan Presidential Foundation President David Trulio.
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The New York Film Festival opens with the industry in limbo
A lack of actors was conspicuous at the New York Film Festival’s kickoff screening of “May December.”
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Snoop Dogg exits coffee company months after it launched
The name of the coffee brand was inspired by a lyric from Snoop's 1993 song, “Gin and Juice,” but he has stepped away from the venture.
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New York City works to dry out after heavy rain, flooding
New York City is recovering after parts of the city were inundated Friday with more than 8 inches of rain in just hours.
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New York begins drying out after record-breaking rainfall
Record rainfall — more than 8.65 inches — fell at John F. Kennedy International Airport, surpassing the record for any September day set during Hurricane Donna in 1960.
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What Beyoncé Gave Us
'Calling her Houston performances perfect would, in some ways, belie the many things they achieved,' writes Bryan Washington. 'In that stadium, she expanded possibility.'
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Bill Cosby’s new accuser: Woman claims he ‘lured,’ raped her in 1972
Another woman has come forward to file a civil suit against Bill Cosby, alleging that he drugged and raped her in the 1970s after inviting her to his comedy show.
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Does the House GOP's spending plan tee up a lawmaker pay raise?
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Celeb hatmaker Eugenia Kim dismissed black, overweight people because only ‘white, blonde, skinny people’ play tennis: lawsuit
Kim allegedly rejected including black people in a campaign for a tennis fashion line, because "they don't play tennis," according to a lawsuit.
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Putin Says Waging War in Ukraine Defends Russian ‘Sovereignty’
Putin's defence comes a year after he signed documents to illegally annex four Ukrainian regions.
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Rob Gronkowski has bold take on when it ‘makes sense’ for Vikings to send Kirk Cousins to Jets
The Vikings will have options to consider if they lose Sunday, and Rob Gronkowski said one of those ideas should involve moving Kirk Cousins.
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TikTok has a billion monthly users — most of them aren’t using these secret hacks to make it better
Locate your watch history, speed up a video, or even remove those pesky logos that clutter up every post.
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Al borde de un cierre de gobierno, McCarthy recurre a un plan de 45 días con ayuda demócrata
Al borde de un cierre del gobierno federal, el presidente de la Cámara de Representantes, Kevin McCarthy anunció el sábado un cambio radical, tratando de impulsar un paquete de fondos por 45 días a través de la cámara baja con la ayuda de los demócratas.
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NYC man sues ex for breaking joint custody, keeping dog in NJ
James Alexander wants $50,000 damages from former girlfriend Monica Lakhaney, whom he says agreed to joint custody of their pooch, Teddy, on alternating months.
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Family of 8-year-old girl fatally shot by Pennsylvania police reaches $11 million settlement
The family of an 8-year-old girl who was shot and killed by police gunfire near a Pennsylvania high school football game in 2021 has settled its lawsuit against a Philadelphia suburb, its police chief, and the three officers involved for $11 million.
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3-bedroom Jersey Shore beach cottage sold for record-breaking $10 million
A Jersey Shore beach cottage in Stone Harbor, located in Cape May County, sold for a record-breaking $10 million.
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U2 has always been an ambitious band. It met its match and then some at Las Vegas Sphere
On opening night at the $2.3-billion Sphere concert hall, the visuals projected onto the high-def walls behind and above U2 were a show unto themselves.
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Multiple fatalities, evacuation order after semi-truck carrying ammonia overturns
Multiple people are dead and evacuations are in place after a semi-truck carrying a toxic substance overturned in rural Illinois Friday night, authorities said.
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Cloudy skies, light rain expected to continue Saturday across Los Angeles County
The National Weather Service is predicting light rain for much of L.A. County on Saturday into Sunday morning.
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7 sets of remains exhumed after latest search for Tulsa Massacre victims
None of the remains found thus far have been confirmed as victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
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Putin marks anniversary of annexation of Ukrainian regions as drones attack overnight
Russian President Vladimir Putin has released an address marking the one-year anniversary of Moscow’s unilateral annexation of four Ukrainian regions.
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Eric Adams’ friends, advisers sure have some troubling ties
Mayor Eric Adams’ readiness to embrace people from every community and even make some his advisers is commendable — but there are limits.
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Dogs on a train: Amtrak conductor claims she was ‘suddenly’ bitten onboard
Loretta Lacy was collecting tickets just after 9 p.m. on an Albany-bound locomotive as it approached Yonkers when she "suddenly and without warning...felt a sharp, excruciating pain on her ankle," she said in court papers.
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