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Strong probability that the suspected remains found in a Florida park are Brian Laundrie's, family attorney says

The apparent human remains authorities found Wednesday in a Florida park most likely belong to Brian Laundrie, the family attorney told CNN.
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‘Hawkeye’ Easter Eggs: 5 Things You May Have Missed in Episode 4
Did you catch that ridiculously deep cut Star Wars reference?!
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Video Shows 'Weirdest Tardigrade Ever' Named After Kramer From 'Seinfeld'
James Weiss, who studies microbes, told Newsweek the tiny animal was "the clumsiest tardigrade" he had ever seen.
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Biden Supreme Court commission takes no stance on ‘court packing’
"The Commission takes no position on the validity or strength of these claims," reads the report's executive summary
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As Overdose Deaths Soar, White House Announces Harm Reduction Program
"It's the drug supply that's killing people, not their addictions," Dr. Sheila Vakharia told Newsweek. "Addiction doesn't have to result in death. It's when you're using a toxic drug supply that this death is more likely."
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How to Watch the 'Sex and the City' Reboot 'And Just Like That' Online For Free
"And Just Like That" is bringing Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte back after a decade – and "Sex and the City" fans can watch it online this December.
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Huge, Well-fed Black Mamba Caught Basking by Human Settlement
The black mamba was rescued by snake catcher Nick Evans near Durban, South Africa, after locals started throwing rocks at it.
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Zach Wilson’s mom and girlfriend dance in TikTok video with cheeky message
Zach Wilson's mom and girlfriend, Lisa Wilson and Abbey Gile, respectively, put their moves on display in a recent TikTok video.
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Patrick Orlando, Bankroller of Donald Trump's Truth Social, Severs China Connections
Patrick Orlando holds the CEO post of a Wuhan-based shell company that filed for delisting on Monday.
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Journalist records brazen car theft, says Minneapolis police never showed up: 'Officers are demoralized'
Independent photojournalist Rebecca Brannon said she called the police after witnessing armed criminals break into a car but no officers ever showed up. She said the steady increase in crime is becoming "routine."
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Inside Will Smith’s ‘Earth’ adventures: ‘Boulders were exploding near his head’
His new Disney+ nature series, “Welcome to Earth,” follows the actor as he takes his trademark enthusiasm and explores the far-flung corners of the world.
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Fox News Christmas Tree Arson Suspect Craig Tamanaha Has 3 Priors, Fire Not Political: Cops
"We will not let this deliberate and brazen act of cowardice deter us," Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in an internal memo sent out to employees.
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I showed up to my Tinder match’s house for our first date and there were police everywhere
The woman captioned her video: "Gotta love when the [red flags] are SCREAMING."
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Greg Tate Tributes Paid to Music Writer and Critic After His Death Aged 64
Greg Tate's career of uplifting Black artistry and influence is being celebrated following his untimely death.
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Instagram chief makes debut on the Hill
Instagram head Adam Mosseri will testify before Congress today.
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Internet Backs Man Refusing to Help Elderly Neighbor Who Threatened His Dog
"A person's dog is their family," one person commented. "Don't threaten someone's family and expect free labor from them."
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Germany bids Angela Merkel farewell as Olaf Scholz takes power
The man elected to take the helm of Europe's biggest economy as the new German Chancellor is a social democrat, but he'll share power with two other parties.
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Where To Use the 'Destiny 2' Strange Key — And How To Get Strange Coins
The Magnum Opus quest in "Destiny 2" has a few steps that aren't self-explanatory. This guide will show you what to do with the strange key and how to earn strange coins.
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Boris Johnson's aides joked about Christmas party in Downing Street while London was in lockdown
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing fierce criticism after a leaked video recording obtained by CNN affiliate ITV News shows senior Downing Street staff joking about when Johnson allegedly threw a Christmas party for his staff during last year's lockdown.
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Europe's largest travel company says Omicron is hurting winter bookings
TUI says a surge in Covid-19 infections and the Omicron variant is taking its toll on winter holiday bookings.
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Plaschke: If Lakers continue to stagger, Frank Vogel unfairly will be the first casualty
Coach Frank Vogel isn't to blame for the Lakers' disjointed roster and disinterested defense, but he'll take the fall unless they turn it around quickly.
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"Bizarre" coral reef sounds offer hope of recovery after destruction
Scientists say there's now hope that reefs previously destroyed by fishermen using explosives to kill massive amounts of fish can be restored.
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Kelly Bensimon shares tip on scoring a Yankee amid A-Rod dating rumors
Page Six exclusively reported in November that the newly single former MLB slugger had been texting the "RHONY" alum and asking her to hang out.
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4.2 million Americans quit their jobs in October as workers continued to search for better opportunities
The high quits numbers are a reflection of what is perhaps the most worker friendly climate in decades.
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Hollywood Minute: Spielberg's movie about his childhood
Steven Spielberg makes a film based on his own childhood, Olivia Rodrigo plans a tour, and your latest look at Guillermo del Toro's 'Nightmare Alley.'
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Democrats Warn Texas is Next Target for Disinformation Aimed at Latinos
"It's clear that 2020 was a wakeup call and Florida was a warning," San-Antonio based Democratic strategist Joaquin Guerra told Newsweek.
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‘And Just Like That’ filmed fake scenes to throw off fan spoilers
"Sex and the City" stars Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon made the admission during an interview Tuesday. "We don't want them to read the Cliff Notes beforehand," Nixon said.
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Older Vehicles Put Seniors at High Risk of Car Accident Fatalities
Senior citizens tend to drive cars with less safety and driver assist tech, putting them at high risk of being killed in a traffic accident.
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NFL Week 14 playoff scenarios: Cardinals, Packers, Bucs can punch their tickets
A few teams can clinch NFL playoff berths in Week 14, all of them in the NFC.
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Job openings jumped in October
America had 11 million jobs available in October, short of the record high from the summer, new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Wednesday.
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The Daily Money: Google's top searches of 2021; websites recover after Amazon outage
Today's top stories from USA TODAY Money.      
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Heavy rain triggered Indonesia's volcano eruption. This could happen more
The role of rain in this case has raised questions around whether climate change could bring more frequent "lava-dome" eruptions, which tend to be stronger and more destructive than other types.
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Dive into the data behind the news with How To Read This Chart, a newsletter from Philip Bump
Sign up for How To Read This Chart, a weekly newsletter diving into data by national correspondent Philip Bump.
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Hearing set in NYPD detective’s challenge to de Blasio’s vaccine mandate
Anthony Marciano, who's been on the force for 10 years, claims city officials lack the “legal authority” to enact a vaccine mandate, since state lawmakers have not passed laws on it.
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A Day After Rohingya Refugees Sued Facebook for $150B, the Company Announced Some Changes
BANGKOK — Facebook’s parent company Meta said Wednesday it has expanded its ban on postings linked to Myanmar’s military to include all pages, groups, and accounts representing military-controlled businesses. It had already banned advertising from such businesses in February. The February action, which also banned military and military-controlled state and media entities from Facebook and…
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Biden's vaccine diplomacy comes under scrutiny
While the U.S. has so far donated more doses abroad than any other country, two recent incidents have raised questions about how administration officials are determining where those shots should go.
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Why Wall Street has eyes for Cures 2.0
Wall Street has high hopes for the big biomedical research package dubbed “Cures 2.0,” which Congress is poised to take up in the new year.
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The Best TV Episodes of 2021
Here are a few of Team Decider's picks for best TV episodes of 2021!
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Human Ingenuity Will Prevent Climate Catastrophe
Brains and substitutions have always beat major economic problems and shortages, and probably always will.
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The biofuels breakthrough
EPA unveiled its biofuel blending targets Tuesday, giving wins and losses to both ethanol backers and refineries.
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Dog adopted after swimming 3,300 feet across the Ohio River
Rescue dog Allie was recently adopted by the trainer who first took her in.
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2021's Most Transporting Books
In a year when travel was limited, a weary world found comfort traveling through the pages of these books.
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Biden has effectively set a red line for Putin
Will the Russian president cross it?
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Biden has effectively set a red line for Putin
Will the Russian president cross it?
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Barrett makes 7 3s, Knicks beat Spurs to snap 3-game skid
R.J. Barrett made a career-high seven 3-pointers and scored 32 points, and the New York Knicks snapped a three-game skid, beating the San Antonio Spurs 121-109 on Tuesday night.
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Combining Survey and Operational Data Provides Key Healthcare Insights
Tapping the power of survey and operational data is a practical way for healthcare providers in the United States to up their game.
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Intel CEO: The best way to fix America's chip shortage
Congress must fund the CHIPS for America Act, which will invest $52 billion in domestic semiconductor capacity and capability.
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The 10 Best Nonfiction Books of 2021
In an era when time spent trying new things and meeting new people was still a rare privilege, the best books served to please our wandering minds. These works, from well-known writers as well as exciting new voices, dissect a range of subjects from the history of Black performance in America to the value of…
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