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Head of America's Largest Teachers Union Calls for 5-Day In-Person Learning This Fall
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten said the wide availability of vaccines and a new infusion of federal education money have removed many obstacles that prevented schools from opening.
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Blue spot on map reveals a warning for the climate
"When temperatures do odd things in one place, you can bet that abnormalities of different sorts will happen in neighboring areas," one expert said.
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Energy Secretary Granholm's investment in electric vehicle battery company sparks concern
As the Biden administration presses ahead with its green energy agenda that includes electric vehicles, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has until late August to fully divest up to $5 million in stock options from Proterra, a company that makes electric buses, car batteries and charging stations.
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A perfect example of how obviously unproven fraud claims are sanitized
A Fox News contributor alleged that fraud was made possible — but couldn't say that it actually occurred.
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The Marjorie Taylor Greene, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Confrontation Explained
Marjorie Taylor Greene shouted at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outside the House chamber, calling her a "terrorist sympathizer."
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How To Get Emergency Broadband Benefit for $50 Monthly Internet Discounts
Those eligible for the benefit can also get a one-time discount of up to $100 to buy a laptop, desktop computer or tablet device if they pay a certain amount toward the purchase.
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Student says she was forced to cut her braids during softball game
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2-yr-old shoots parents in home, sheriff says
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Feds at Hindu Temple after alleged trafficking
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Man drilled holes in U-Haul, stole gas arrested
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14-yr-old boy shot after fight at Cook Out
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Inspectors report critical find, shutdown bridge
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NYPD honors 46 members lost in COVID deaths
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Details in infant's death, father's arrest
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Aquarium seeks volunteers to swim with sharks
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Dog dies after grooming visit at PetSmart
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Zach Wilson’s mom makes Instagram private after Disney World rant
Jets quarterback Zach Wilson’s mom is stepping back from the spotlight.
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Gaetz ally plans to plead guilty, raising possibility of cooperation deal
The ex-Florida tax collector with close ties to Rep. Matt Gaetz is planning to plead guilty on Monday in a federal court in Florida, according to a new filing Thursday.
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Gaetz ally plans to plead guilty, raising possibility of cooperation deal
The ex-Florida tax collector with close ties to Rep. Matt Gaetz is planning to plead guilty on Monday in a federal court in Florida, according to a new filing Thursday.
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More than 1.2 million Americans will lose pandemic unemployment benefits early as more Republican states drop relief
More than 1.2 million jobless Americans are set to lose their pandemic unemployment benefits early, with Georgia becoming the latest Republican-led state to announce it would cease providing $300 payments approved by Congress.
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Blursday: How physics can shake you out of your pandemic slump
Even nonphysicists who have been stuck in endless lockdown loops are increasingly aware of a different sort of time, dubbed "Blursday." Is quarantine revealing time's less linear and more authentic plastic, elastic nature? Author Susanne Paola Antonetta weighs in.
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Trial delayed for 3 ex-cops charged in George Floyd's death
The ex-cops will be tried on federal civil rights charges before a state trial for aiding Derek Chauvin, WCCO reports.
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Ben Rothwell welcomes Chris Barnett to the octagon at UFC Fight Night 188
Ben Rothwell will compete just a couple of weeks after having his fight scratched when he faces Chris Barnett at UFC Fight Night 188.       Related StoriesJeremy Stephens meets Mateusz Gamrot at UFC Fight Night on July 17Aleksei Oleinik vs. Serghei Spivac added to UFC Fight Night on June 19Aleksei Oleinik vs. Serghei Spivac added to UFC Fight Night on June 19 - Enclosure 
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Hot market for used cars is sending prices to "bizarre" levels
As inflation jumps, one 2017 Nissan for sale in Woodland, Texas, with nearly 125,000 miles is listed for $20,500.
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Dogecoin Fans Make 'Doge4Tesla' Twitter Trend in Hope Elon Musk's Firm Will Accept Crypto
The cryptocurrency started as a joke in 2013, but has gained mainstream attention in recent weeks, and has continued to gradually rise in value.
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Emotional Ellen DeGeneres announces her show is ending
Daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres will end her highly successful show in 2022. Watch her emotional announcement.
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CDC Director Walensky Dodges Question About Data Supporting Need for Vaccinated to Keep Wearing Masks
Walensky was questioned several times about the CDCs current mask guidelines, which say fully vaccinated people should continue wearing facial coverings in public indoor settings or in certain crowded spaces outside.
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Rebuilding the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program Is an Opportunity for Biden to Seize
The debate about President Biden’s recent decision to enact a big increase in the number of refugees allowed into America, has been proceeding from a false premise. Rebuilding the refugee resettlement program is not a problem for Biden to solve. It is an opportunity for the U.S. to seize. For that to happen, the country…
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15 dog-friendly cities that are getting more popular, survey says
Some city slickers like dogs more than others.
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Billy Crystal says the Oscars needs a host after 2021 awards hit record-low ratings
Billy Crystal questioned the wisdom behind the Oscars not employing a host in recent years.
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Prince Harry Says He 'Screwed Up' on Race Before Meeting Meghan Markle
Prince Harry describes how he "screwed up" on race in his younger years, speaking passionately about unconscious bias in a podcast appearance.
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Large Python Snake Found Hidden in Toilet Rolls in Family Bathroom
Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers found a carpet python hiding in an unsuspecting place, much to the surprise of the family whose bathroom it was in.
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Prince Harry reveals secret supermarket meeting with Meghan
Prince Harry has spoken about the extent to which he and Meghan tried to keep their burgeoning relationship under wraps, how it felt to grow up in the media spotlight and his new life in the US.
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Prince Harry reveals secret supermarket meeting with Meghan
Prince Harry has spoken about the extent to which he and Meghan tried to keep their burgeoning relationship under wraps, how it felt to grow up in the media spotlight and his new life in the US.
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George Floyd death: Minnesota judge postpones trial for 3 ex-police officers until March 2022
The trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in the death of George Floyd will be pushed back to March 2022, a judge ruled Thursday.
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Amazon to hire 75,000 logistics workers
World's biggest online retailer says new employees will get $100 if they're already vaccinated against COVID-19.
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The Holy Land Needs a Solution Based on Truth and Reconciliation | Opinion
Peace and stability in the Holy Land will only come when a solution is worked out that is based on truth and reconciliation, not on foreign-imposed arbitrary solutions. The time for this has come.
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Mom Shares 'Genius' Hack for Reusing Cereal Boxes
If you are about to finish your cereal, don't throw out the box. A woman on TikTok has come up with a creative way to reuse it.
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Panthers' Matt Rhule 'disappointed' with Teddy Bridgewater's public criticism of team's practice style
Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule says there’s no bad blood between him and Teddy Bridgewater, but he is “disappointed” after hearing his former quarterback publicly criticized the team’s practice style on Wednesday.
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Video Shows Maori Co-Leader Ejected From New Zealand Parliament After Performing Haka
The dance was prompted during an exchange about indigenous rights.
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Ilhan Omar fundraises off backlash to anti-Israel comments
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., is fundraising off of backlash she's received for her latest anti-Israel comments as violence between Israel and Hamas heats up.
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Jessica Simpson wants to be a positive role model for her three children about body image, source says
Jessica Simpson has previously opened up about her body image struggles in the 2020 memoir "Open Book."
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Tennessee Man Accused of Defrauding Woman With Dementia by Posing as Her Son
Karl Hampton and his wife, Deborah Hampton, allegedly hatched the plan to fund their "lavish lifestyle," according to a statement issued by the Department of Justice.
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Former IRS commissioner: Biden's tax plan would create fairer system
Fred Goldberg, a former IRS commissioner who also served as assistant treasury secretary for tax policy, joined CBSN to discuss an op-ed he and other former commissioners recently wrote in The Washington Post. The op-ed argues President Biden's tax proposal "would restore our tax administration system to make it far fairer and more effective."
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State trial for three other ex-officers charged in George Floyd's killing is delayed until next year
The state trial for the three former Minneapolis Police officers accused of aiding and abetting the murder of George Floyd has been postponed until March 7, 2022, so that a federal trial on civil rights charges can take place first, Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill announced in a Thursday hearing, according to a pool reporter in court.
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Virginia parents blast school board over graphic books, critical race theory: 'Pretty despicable'
Loudoun County, Virginia parents Elizabeth Perrin and Joe Mobley on “Fox & Friends First” blasted a graphic book that was being taught to children at their school.
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'Serious questions' remain about John Kerry's conversations with Iran: Pavlich
Katie Pavlich argues Americans are paying the cost for President Biden's policies.
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Man Swarmed by Hundreds of Deadly 'Murder Hornets' in Horrifying Video
The sparrow hornet, otherwise known as the "murder hornet," can reach two inches long and packs an excruciating sting.
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