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The holidays are often when Americans see family, but many are canceling this year

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No Christmas Eve dinners with lots of loved ones, community holiday celebrations or trips to visit extended family: In any other year so many canceled plans would be unusual, but the rising Covid-19 case numbers hav...

America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan held an unflattering mirror to its often ugly politics

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This story was excerpted from the September 1 edition of CNN's Meanwhile in America, the daily email about US politics for global readers. Click here to read past editions and subscribe. Like the pandemic, America's...

Betty White ‘knew’ she was beloved by fans, agent says: ‘I told her often’

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Witjas had represented White at APA (Agency for the Performing Arts) and told People magazine that up until her death on Friday of natural causes at age 99, he fielded countless offers from those in showbiz who merel...

The gaming world often overlooks players of color. This new studio is changing that

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At age nine, Nicodemus Madehdou moved from Monrovia, Liberia to Philadelphia and discovered how video games could connect him to a new culture. Always a puzzle aficionado, Madehdou liked the ways that visual exercis...

NBA goes ahead with plan to test unvaccinated players often

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The league told its teams on Tuesday that it is going ahead with a plan where those who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus will not need to submit to regular testing. Those who are unvaccinated, however, wi...

‘Unfathomable’: Washington DC murder victims often killed over petty insults, experts say

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Michael Lofton was murdered for breaking up a dice game. His death set off a cycle of retaliation, yet Lofton’s killer was never arrested, his older brother, Larry McMichael, told Fox News. "God be...

Kim Potter mistook her gun for a Taser, police say: How often does that happen?

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By comparison, police kill about 1,000 people each year in incidents including shootings, according to Campaign Zero, an organization focused on ending police violence. Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter resig...

Herschel Walker is often seen and seldom heard as Senate campaign gets rolling

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Herschel Walker flashed his megawatt smile and shook hands with adoring Georgia Bulldog football fans before the team's recent home game, and then did what he is most famous for: he ran like hell. The legendary runn...

Men who kill their wives often have this in common

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Investigators have not yet released a motive, and a trial date has not yet been set, but what would motivate a married person to kill their spouse? Barry Morphew was arrested on Wednesday, May 5, in connecti...

How often should you wash your towels?

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There is nothing like wrapping yourself up in a fluffy, warm towel after a hot shower or bath. After drying yourself, however, the towel also gets wet. Now it's the perfect home for germs. Hopefully you're hanging ...

Coronavirus long haulers often face fatigue, neurologic symptoms months later: study

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While imaging studies appeared normal, patients reported "debilitating symptoms," building on the complexities of post-COVID-19 syndrome . Results were published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings on Tuesday, stemming from t...

The Facebook outage forced us to take a social media break. Experts say we should do it more often

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For nearly six hours on Monday, the world experienced a forced break from Facebook's social networking tools. We lived to tell the tale. But how did we feel in the process? Although relatively short, the Facebook o...

Biden keeps saying ‘follow the science,’ but how often does he?

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It’s a line President Biden used on the 2020 presidential campaign trail and has returned to many times, including in nationally televised remarks after taking office and in March to staffers at the Centers for Disea...

Colin Powell was a longtime Republican. But he often criticized the party’s race problem

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Washington "A Black kid of no early promise." That's how Colin Powell, who died on Monday, described himself in his 1995 autobiography "My American Journey." Over his 84 years, the South Bronx-raised son of Jamaican ...

Golf icon Jack Nicklaus shares Father’s Day message: ‘Bring your family together as often as you can’

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"Tell them you love them," Nicklaus continued, before listing a series of Father's Day activities with his family — including brunch, ping pong, swimming, and, of course, watching the U.S. Open. His son, Jack Nicklau...

Tucker Carlson: Is there a public health reason Joe Biden often leaves the White House?

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Before you reach the obvious conclusion – he prefers the pudding at Camp David., they have tapioca there – consider another explanation. It's possible there is a legitimate public health justification for keeping Joe...

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