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Widow Sues Employer Alleging Lax COVID Rules Led to Husband's Infection, Death

The suit alleges conditions at a See's Candies warehouse caused her to contract COVID-19 and later pass it along to her husband.
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Vaccine eligibility for mood disorders underscores elevated covid risk
The change will allow millions of people with mental health conditions to get booster shots.
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Former Wrestler Jimmy Rave Has Both Legs Amputated After Contracting MRSA
Jimmy Rave, who retired from wrestling after his left arm was amputated, has revealed that he underwent a double amputation in June.
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WSJ Editorial Board: The GOP's Virginia opening
Races for governor in odd years rarely illuminate the national political scene, but this year’s showdown in Virginia could be an exception.
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'Dead by Daylight' Update: James Sunderland and Pyramid Head Blight Skin Revealed
James Sunderland has been added to "Dead by Daylight" as part of a new "Silent Hill" update. Here is all you need to know about the skin, including its price.
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Nor'easter brings windy weather to New England as Gulf Coast forecast to see storms
The season’s first nor’easter is bringing incredible wind gusts to New England.  
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Rookie ‘Rust’ armorer once made Nicolas Cage storm off film set after firing gun
The 24-year-old "Rust" armorer was repeatedly accused by crew members of breaking basic safety protocols on the Montana set of Cage's "The Old Way" in August.
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The real reason why great white sharks might bite humans
There have long been theories that when great white sharks bite humans, it is a case of mistaken identity. Now, new research simulating the way that a shark would view the world has shown that this may really be the case.
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Men shot by teen at Kenosha protests can be called "rioters" and "looters" at trial
A judge laid out the final ground rules on what evidence will be allowed when Kyle Rittenhouse goes on trial for shooting three people during a protest against police brutality.
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Kobe Bryant’s wife Vanessa wins ruling, LA County officials to testify about crash pictures
A federal judge granted Vanessa Bryant’s request to force the Los Angeles County sheriff and fire chief to answer questions about the pictures first responders snapped at the site of the 2020 crash that killed her husband Kobe, daughter Gianna, and seven others.
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Why are we hearing about the Chicago Blackhawks horror while the WFT probe stays concealed?
Two professional sports organizations. Two sets of allegations of troubling acts and cultures of enablement. Two independent investigations.
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Alec Baldwin shooting victim Halyna Hutchins would be 'angry' about her death, pal says: 'Safety mattered'
Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins would be shocked and “angry” about her death occurring on a movie set of all places, her friend and fellow filmmaker tells Fox News in an interview.
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John Eastman, Trump Lawyer Behind Pence Memo, Faces 1/6 Subpoena
The House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection is reportedly seeking testimony from a law professor who wrote a memo outlining strategies to keep Donald Trump in power.
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U.S. Park Police involved in shooting in Northwest Washington
The incident happened early Wednesday along Missouri Avenue NW.
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I found my stolen Honda Civic using a Bluetooth tracker. It’s the latest controversial weapon against theft.
AirTags and other Bluetooth trackers can find stolen cars, bikes and bags. But what happens when you find the person who took them?
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Three Reasons Inflation Isn’t Here to Stay
The Federal Reserve’s institutional and political credibility depends on bringing inflation down — and the market is counting on it, too.   
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Lindsey Vonn talks to CNN on 100 days to go to Beijing 2022
After starring on 4 of the last 5 U.S. Olympic ski teams, Lindsey Vonn says she's looking forward to watching Beijing 2022 as a spectator. The 3-time Olympic medalist and 4-time World Cup champion retired back in 2019. She told CNN that it took her over a year to get over the adrenaline rush of competing but she's very happy with her new life away from the slopes.
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Early Facebook investor blames major advertisers for 'turning a blind eye' to Facebook's problems
Venture capitalist Roger McNamee says Corporate America shares blame for the troubles that exist today at Facebook.
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Early Facebook investor blames major advertisers for 'turning a blind eye' to Facebook's problems
Venture capitalist Roger McNamee says Corporate America shares blame for the troubles that exist today at Facebook.
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China Warns European Lawmakers Over Planned Visit to Taiwan
Plans emerged as Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu made closely watched visits to Slovakia and the Czech Republic this week.
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A top cyber lawmaker is open to more regulations for vital industries
Homeland Security Chair Gary Peters would also consider banning ransomware payments.
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'We're Here's' Shangela Praises Del Rio Mayor Bruno Lozano For Being An LGBTQ+ Ally
Shangela, Eureka and Bob the Drag Queen visited Del Rio, Texas, in the third episode of "We're Here" Season 2, which is currently streaming on HBO.
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FDA advisers back Pfizer's COVID vaccine for kids 5 to 11
The CDC must also weigh in before younger children can be vaccinated.
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Roger Goodell Wrong to Hold Back NFL Report on WFT: Whistleblowers' Lawyer
The NFL chief said information about the probe was not released because those who came forward wanted to have their identities protected.
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Dems slide towards another blown deadline
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Arrests in boy's death and siblings' apparent abandonment
Teen called sheriff to say his brother had been dead in their Houston-area apartment for a year. Deputies found the teen and two other brothers. His mother and her boyfriend have been charged.
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Business Updates: Fashion Site Rent the Runway to Go Public
The clothing rental company is trying to rebound from a loss of business during the pandemic.
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Mom and her boyfriend face charges after 3 children found abandoned in a Texas apartment with another child's remains
A Texas mother and her boyfriend have been charged after authorities found three young siblings abandoned in a home along with the decaying body of their brother, police said Tuesday.
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Mom and her boyfriend face charges after 3 children found abandoned in a Texas apartment with another child's remains
A Texas mother and her boyfriend have been charged after authorities found three young siblings abandoned in a home along with the decaying body of their brother, police said Tuesday.
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Nor’easter Brings Hurricane-Force Winds to Massachusetts
After battering the New York area, the storm knocked out electricity to hundreds of thousands of customers across New England on Wednesday.
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12 Korean Horror Movies That'll Keep You Up At Night
Halloween is fast approaching and what better way to celebrate spooky season than with a slew of Korean horror films to send a chill down your spine?
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Biden in late bid to boost McAuliffe in Virginia governor's race
In a rally days before the election, the president called Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin "an acolyte of Donald Trump."
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Not a trick: No White House treats for Halloween this year
Ghosts and goblins can scratch the White House from their trick or treating routes this year
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Deadline Looms for Delayed Bat Research Data Entangled in COVID Origin Dispute
The lab has come under fire for allegedly failing to immediately disclose data that showed increased coronavirus growth in mice.
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Trump's 2020 fantasy is already influencing 2022
There are multiple major developments on stories we've spent a lot of time covering in What Matters.
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Trump's 2020 fantasy is already influencing 2022
There are multiple major developments on stories we've spent a lot of time covering in What Matters. But I'll focus here on something else: how former President Donald Trump's effort to deny the 2020 election results has ricocheted in Washington and around the country.
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'A hero in the postseason': Charlie Morton becomes Atlanta's inspiration after pitching on broken leg
Atlanta starter Charlie Morton broke his leg in Game 1 of the World Series and still pitched to three more batters in 6-2 win against Astros.      
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Hands on with the new MacBook Pro: Talking Tech Podcast
On the Talking Tech podcast, Brett Molina and Mike Snider discuss the new MacBook Pro      
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Top U.S. military officer says China’s hypersonic weapon test very close to a ‘Sputnik moment’
Gen. Mark Milley said the test was "very concerning" to the U.S. military, in a Bloomberg Television interview.
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Afghanistan’s Female Students Were Banned from Studying. Now Some Are Finding New Ways to Learn
Defying the Taliban to continue their studies online, in secret
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Elizabeth Holmes trial hit by new concern: losing too many jurors
The high-profile trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes was delayed multiple times before kicking off last month. Now there are questions about whether there will be enough jurors to get through the second half of the trial.
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Elizabeth Holmes trial hit by new concern: losing too many jurors
The high-profile trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes was delayed multiple times before kicking off last month. Now there are questions about whether there will be enough jurors to get through the second half of the trial.
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Biden's job performance hammered in Nashville as he jets off to G20
Fox News asked people in downtown Nashville to evaluate President Biden nine months since taking office.
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Three Florida teens killed a classmate with a knife and a sword in a surprise attack, police say
The Florida teenagers were arrested for allegedly killing 18-year-old Dwight "DJ" Grant.
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Three Florida teens killed a classmate with a knife and a sword in a surprise attack, police say
The Florida teenagers were arrested for allegedly killing 18-year-old Dwight "DJ" Grant.
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Crypto Fever Could Put Financial Advisers in a Bind
Clients can be counted on to exert pressure to include digital currencies in their portfolios but then look to place blame for any losses.
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Uber to make up to 50,000 Teslas available to rent in partnership with Hertz
Uber is announcing a new partnership with Hertz to make 50,000 Teslas available for drivers with the platform to rent.     
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My transgender daughter should be free to participate in sports without judgment or bigotry
The first transgender teen to testify before the Senate, Stella faced anti-transgender politicians who are manufacturing a crisis where there is none.       
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People are putting garlic in their ears. Doctor explains why it's a bad idea.
Garlic has many health benefits when incorporated into a healthy diet. But it won't cure an ear infection.     
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