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Seager 2 HRs, Urías, Dodgers win 100th, keep pace in NL West

Corey Seager hit two solo homers, Julio Urías posted his MLB-leading 19th victory and the Los Angeles Dodgers won their 100th game of the season by beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-0 on Sunday.
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Can Democrats pass paid leave on a national scale?
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Steve Somers leaving WFAN ‘sometime this fall’
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Kate Beckinsale says her ‘very high IQ’ is a ‘handicap’ in Hollywood
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How TikTok's 13-year-old pug Noodle teaches us about self-care and living life to the fullest
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Texas Family Say They Were Evicted Even After Relief Program Paid Back Rent
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'Locke and Key' Season 2 Release Time: When the New Season Is Coming to Netflix
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Gwyneth Paltrow jokes about including 'Goop' in the title of her new Netflix series
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5 Veterans Quit Sinema's Advisory Council Over Her 'Failure' to Stand by Constituents
The veterans wrote in a letter that the Arizona Democrat has "become of the principal obstacles to progress."
Five military veterans advising Sen. Sinema resign, calling her one of the 'principal obstacles to progress'
Five military veterans on Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's advisory board resigned from their roles this week, slamming the Arizona Democrat as one of the "principal obstacles to progress."
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Four Face Charges After Kyrsten Sinema Confronted in Bathroom
Police at Arizona State University are seeking misdemeanor charges over the incident involving the Democratic senator.
Merrick Garland testifying before Congress amid fierce criticism over controversial memo
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Tesla's 'full self-driving' rolls back its privacy protection of trip videos
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Prepare yourself for an avalanche of fake meat
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D.C. Council member Kenyan McDuffie will run for attorney general
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Capitol Police officer: Trump supporters are being lied to
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A robot is displaying art at the pyramids. Egypt detained it over spying fears, its maker says.
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McAuliffe receives another six-figure donation from billionaire Epstein associate who owns the 'f--- jet'
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A few idealistic Canadians are trying to replant the world’s forests with flying machines
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Southwest mass cancellations debacle cost $75M, company says
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Woman Mortified After Dog Pukes in the Back of Zoom Call With 30k Listeners
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Founder of Reopen California Schools, Jonathan Zachreson, torched a school district after it forced students to eat lunch in the rain in order to comply with COVID-related protocols.
A Texas school district bans boys from wearing long hair. Now, some students are suing.
With the help of the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, seven students are suing their school district to do away with a boys-only ban on long hair.
Museums join OnlyFans to keep ‘explicit’ art from social media censors
Amid increased social media crackdowns on risqué museum imagery, Vienna's tourism board has devised a solution to the problem.
Lisa Rinna: Scott Disick’s DM played a role in Amelia Hamlin breakup
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After miscarriage, woman is convicted of manslaughter. The 'fetus was not viable,' advocates say
Brittney Poolaw was convicted of manslaughter in Oklahoma and sentenced to four years in prison after suffering a miscarriage.
Erika Jayne claims Tom Girardi was in control of her finances during marriage: 'I gave every paycheck' to him
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'I'm doing great': President Clinton is on the mend after a hospital stay for an infection
President Clinton has been released from the hospital after being admitted for a non-COVID related infection earlier in the week.
Battle brews over creating Space National Guard
Lawmakers say the Space Force needs it. But the White House says no way.
Pandemic spurs young families to leave big cities for the heartland. Will they stay?
New telework opportunities could slow exodus from rural America, but housing and lifestyle challenges abound.