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Mystery of 60-year-old photos is solved

After a collection of mysterious photographs of Alaska were published on CNN, the people featured in them have step forward to identify themselves and revealed their delight at reconnecting with a past that they thought had been lost for good.
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Facebook bans accounts linked to Myanmar's military in wake of coup
The social media giant says it's treating the situation there as an "emergency" in light of fatal shootings by the military and other developments since the takeover.
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Dissecting the House GOP spin against Biden’s $1.9 trillion covid relief bill
Here's a guide to what's wrong or off-base about House GOP talking points attacking the covid-rleief plan.
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Tiger Woods has a long, uncertain road ahead after California crash, emergency doctor says
Even after his emergency surgery, the path to recovery is long and uncertain for golf legend Tiger Woods, following his car accident in California.
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‘Rugrats’ revival to include original voice actors
Nickelodeon’s hit children’s show “Rugrats” is making a comeback — this time on Paramount’s new streaming service, the studio announced Wednesday. The show — which previously ran for nine seasons over 13 years on Nickelodeon before being canceled in 2004 — will reprise its original cast in their roles, according to a report in Variety....
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'Kids are the best teachers': Why Maritza Morales Casanova believes children are the answer to climate change
At just 10 years old, Maritza Morales Casanova founded an environmental advocacy and education group. Now, 25 years on, she's helping other young environmental leaders do the same.
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Former Virginia corrections employee claims she was fired for wearing tampon
A former employee at the Virginia Department of Corrections can move forward with a lawsuit that claims she was fired because the jail thought her tampon was contraband, a judge ruled Monday. Joyce Flores alleged in a lawsuit that she was axed from her job as a dental hygienist in July 2019 after her colleagues...
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Tokyo Olympics torch relay to start March 25, with infection measures in place
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Noah Syndergaard’s rehab progress wows Luis Rojas
PORT ST. LUCIE — Noah Syndergaard already has been placed on the 60-day injured list to begin the season, but the energy he’s showing at the Mets’ spring training complex is that of somebody ready to roll. On Wednesday, the right-hander — who is rehabbing from Tommy John surgery — threw a side session that...
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Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy tests positive for COVID-19
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Wednesday he has tested positive for COVID-19. The Republican governor was quarantining in his home with mild symptoms, his office said in a statement. Dunleavy began to isolate himself after learning Sunday he had been in close contact with someone who had the virus. He got tested that same day...
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Yankees’ Luke Voit focusing on his defense and ‘home-run trot’
TAMPA — After leading the majors in homers in the shortened 2020 season, what can Luke Voit do for an encore? “Hit a bunch more,’’ Voit said Wednesday. “Work on my home-run trot.” Actually, the Yankees first baseman said his focus this spring will be to continue to work on his defense, which he did...
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Trevor Noah Exposes America’s COVID Vaccine Racism
Comedy CentralEven though Black Americans are being hospitalized of COVID at 2.9x the rate of white Americans and are 1.5x more likely to die from the disease, they’re being vaccinated far less. According to the CDC, Black Americans have received just 5.4 percent of the administered COVID vaccine, while white Americans have received 60.4 percent of it. And in New York City, data revealed that more non-New York City residents were vaccinated than Black, Hispanic, and Native American New Yorkers combined. “Well, well, well, if it isn’t my old archnemesis: racism,” said Trevor Noah. “This is crazy, people. According to the available data, New York has vaccinated more out-of-towners than minorities who actually live here in New York. I mean, they need to beef up the screening process. You know, like, before giving someone a shot, just ask them to walk six feet on a sidewalk, and if they stop and look up at a building to admire it, you send their ass back to Connecticut.”The Daily Show host then pulled back, revealing how this issue is not just prevalent in New York City but the entire country.Read more at The Daily Beast.
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Anthony Davis-less Lakers pounded by NBA-best Jazz
SALT LAKE CITY— Rudy Gobert and Jordan Clarkson each scored 18 points and the Utah Jazz routed the Los Angeles Lakers 114-89 on Wednesday night. Gobert also had nine rebounds for Utah (26-6), which won for the 22nd time in its last 24 games — with 20 of those victories coming by double-digits. Bojan Bogdanovic...
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Buffalo schools fail kids when teaching that all white people play part in systemic racism: Rufo
Buffalo schools have adopted a curriculum that pushes the controversial idea that all white people perpetuate systemic racism while only 80% of its students fail to reach proficiency in reading and writing, an editor said Wednesday. 
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Live updates: Several new vaccine developments raise hopes even as virus variants proliferate
New vaccines are hitting the market while drug makers are retooling the existing ones to combat the emerging, more virulent strains of the virus.
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'Bravely Default II' Release Date Time: When and How to Download Latest JRPG?
Download and play the final demo before the game's release.
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McCarthy, Cheney have uncomfortable exchange with reporters over Trump speaking at CPAC
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Rep. Liz Cheney, the third-ranking House GOP member, had a tense exchange with reporters Wednesday over whether former President Trump should speak at CPAC as planned this weekend.
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How an educator in Mexico is inspiring children to protect nature
Maritza Morales Casanova started her environmental advocacy group HUNAB in 1995, when she was just 10 years old. Now, 25 years on, she's helping to create a new generation of environmentalists through peer-to-peer learning.
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Taijuan Walker throws first bullpen session as a Met
Observations from Wednesday’s Mets workout: Off the mound Taijuan Walker — hard to miss wearing No. 99 — threw his first bullpen session since joining the Mets. The right-hander signed a two-year deal worth $20 million last weekend. Run it Baserunning was a primary focus of the workout. Manager Luis Rojas cited the team’s below...
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New York Democrat calls for investigation into allegations against Cuomo
A New York lawmaker took to Twitter late Wednesday to call for an independent investigation into sexual harassment allegations leveled against the state’s embattled governor.
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Zion Williamson scores 32 to propel Pelicans past Pistons
NEW ORLEANS — Zion Williamson scored 32 points in his first game since being named a first-time All-Star, and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Detroit Pistons 128-118 on Wednesday night. “I didn’t know I was supposed to feel different, to be honest, because everyone’s been asking that,” Williamson said in reference to how All-Star...
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Anti-Trump sentiment, not science, may be behind Dems’ school closures, liberal NY Times columnist writes
In an opinion article published online Thursday, a top liberal columnist for The New York Times blamed Democrats for the harm being inflicted on millions of the nation’s children by a year of school closures – describing it as a "tragedy we haven’t adequately confronted."
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South Dakota AG Ravnsborg pressured to resign after charges in accident
South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg is under pressure to resign after he was charged with three misdemeanor counts in the accident that led to the death of 55-year-old Joseph Boever.
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VP Harris adds new meaning to Black History Month
For the first time during Black History Month the Vice President is a Black woman, representing the agency Black voters invoked to make political progress. (Feb. 25)      
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Junk Bonds With Low Yields? Here’s Why They’re Hot
High-yield bonds that don’t pay very much? Sounds like an oxymoron, or maybe unwise. But investors are pouring money into what are also known as junk bonds -- debt issued by companies with less-robust finances that traditionally have paid higher interest rates to compensate for the extra risk. This month, the average yield on U.S. speculative grade debt fell below 4% for the first time ever. To some, that’s a sign that the Federal Reserve’s ultra-loose monetary policy is working as planned. To o
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What to watch on Thursday: ‘Punky Brewster’ on Peacock
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 | “Close Enough” returns on HBO Max.
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Jazz hand Lakers worst loss of the season
The Lakers suffer their worst defeat of the season in a 114-89 blowout loss to the Utah Jazz on Wednesday in Salt Lake City.
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Woman caught on video crashing into upstate NY bakery
An 82-year-old woman could be seen on video as she drives straight into a bakery in upstate New York on Tuesday. Kathryn Ford went to apply the brakes but accidentally hit the gas pedal, prompting her to plow into Dolce and Biscotti in Clifton Park shortly before 5 p.m., the Albany Times Union reported citing...
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Victim’s glasses allegedly found in car of South Dakota AG who said he hit a deer
South Dakota’s attorney general — who said he hit a deer after fatally striking a pedestrian last year — allegedly had the victim’s glasses inside his car, according to newly-released interviews.
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K’Andre Miller latest Ranger placed on COVID-protocol list
Before Wednesday night, the Rangers had lost only one player to the COVID-protocol list, when Kaapo Kakko missed the Feb. 1 match against the Penguins with what turned out to be a false-positive test. Kakko went back on the list Saturday, when he was sidelined for the Blueshirts’ contest in Washington and remained on it...
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'Stay Tuned': Lara Trump Talks Potential 2022 Senate Run After Graham Called Her 'Future' of GOP
In addition to being supported by Republican leaders, Lara Trump was also chosen as the preferred candidate among other possible Republican contenders in the 2022 race.
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LIVE UPDATES: Joe Biden State Department creates new diversity officer position
The new officer will ‘hold senior leadership accountable' for implementing new diversity and inclusion programs and report directly to Blinken, he said.
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Florida man ‘blacked out’ before using scissors to sever his wife’s lover’s penis
A Florida man who allegedly used a pair of scissors to cut off his wife’s lover’s penis claims he “blacked out” during the attack, a report said. Alex Bonilla, 51, is set to plead guilty Thursday to charges of kidnapping, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the...
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Rutgers storms back from big deficit to beat Indiana
Geo Baker and Ron Harper Jr. had 20 points apiece to help Rutgers rally from a 15-point deficit and beat Indiana 74-63 on Wednesday night in Piscataway, N.J. Baker, who shot 7 of 13 from the field, set a program record with six made 3-pointers in a Big Ten conference game and had a season-high...
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London has a furry foe and lockdown is making it worse
London is seeing an increase in its rat population with Britain's pest control association saying its members witnessed a 51% increase in rodent activity during the first lockdown -- a figure which has now soared to 78%. CNN's Nina dos Santos reports.
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Fox News 'Lies': Lincoln Project Video Takes Aim at Tucker Carlson's Disputed Capitol Riot Claims
A new ad from The Lincoln Project blasts Fox News and host Tucker Carlson for spreading "lies" about the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
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DC Mayor Bowser’s sister dies from COVID-19
Muriel Bowser, the mayor of Washington, D.C., announced Wednesday the death of her sister to COVID-19.
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Man who pummeled Oklahoma football player Spencer Jones in crazy bar fight speaks out
The Oklahoma football player who nearly lost an eye in a bar fight this month had it coming, according to the other side. Walker Brown said he was “defending myself” when he charged at Sooners wide receiver and place-kick holder Spencer Jones in the bathroom of Logies on the Corner bar in Norman, Okla. A...
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Congressional Republicans risk backlash as they unite against Biden's Covid relief plan
Democrats and Republicans tangled over the size and scope of Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief plan Wednesday, despite the broad public support for the package and a new push by business leaders to get it passed -- a sign of the difficulties facing the new President, who had hoped to be a bridge beyond Washington's partisan gridlock.
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Want to hug again? Go to church? 'It's up to you,' Ad Council says in $500M campaign to promote COVID-19 vaccines
The ads are aimed at the 40% of Americans who haven't yet made up their minds about getting vaccinated against COVID-19.      
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With the economy healing, is Biden's $1.9T COVID relief package too much?
Critics say Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus is excessive but supporters say it's just the right medicine for an unprecedented downturn      
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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: COVID, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Constitution
Dr. Anthony Fauci's recent suggestion about wearing two mask, possibly until the end of 2022 got me thinking again about first principles.
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Lack of equity within priority groups leaves Covid-19's most vulnerable without vaccine, analysis suggests
As demand for Covid-19 vaccines continues to outpace supply, there's still not sufficient supply to cover everyone within even the top priority groups. But by targeting vaccine distribution to more specific vulnerable populations, states could have the opportunity to save thousands of lives and prevent even more hospitalizations, according to a new analysis.
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Joe La Puma spills celebrity sneaker tales to Jalen Rose
When I was 10 years old, I asked my beloved mother for Adidas snakeskin sneakers. Instead, she came home with a pair of NBAs, and noted how perfect they were because I wanted to play in the NBA. I said, “You’re right, Mom. I’m going to be the next Dr. J.” For the uninitiated, NBAs...
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Australian law is hailed as 'a big win for the news business' with ramifications around the world
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter.
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Ingraham: Democrats making ‘huge mistakes’ by ‘vilifying’ Manchin, propping up Neera Tanden
Democrats are wrong to argue that Sen. Joe Manchin's opposition to the nomination of Neera Tanden to head the Office of Management and Budget stems from bigotry, Laura Ingraham said Wednesday.
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Wife of murdered American Airlines executive allegedly tied to shooting
The wife of American Airlines IT director, James Faith, who was fatally shot while the couple walked their dog last fall has been arrested in connection with his murder, according to reports. 
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Matt Gaetz Claims Democrats Elected Joe Biden Because He's 'Too Frail' to Make Decisions
"'Sleepy Joe' wasn't just a political nickname, it appears to be a government strategy for the Biden Administration," said the Florida congressman.
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Yankees’ Aaron Boone: Gleyber Torres in ‘great shape’
Observations from Wednesday’s Yankees workout: Happy Gleyber Day Aaron Boone said Gleyber Torres is in “great shape” and is “moving well” this spring. Torres’ conditioning was called into question when he reported to camp last summer for the second spring training not in his best form, but the Yankees have praised his work throughout the...
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