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Maybe Democrats should slow their roll on John Boehner…

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Under the enemy-of-my-enemy-is-my-friend theory of politics, John Boehner has become Democrats' favorite Republican in the last few years. He hates Ted Cruz! He blames Donald Trump for the January 6 Capitol riot! He...

Caps roll 8-1 in Chara’s 1st game in front of Bruins fans

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Conor Sheary and Lars Eller each also scored twice, and Tom Wilson and Nic Dowd each had one of the season-high goals scored by the Capitals in their first victory in regulation against Boston this season. The Bruins...

Campbell wins Toronto-record 10th straight, Maple Leafs roll

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"To win 10 in a row or just get one win is a big deal because it’s a tough league," Campbell said. "You need everybody to win, and that’s what we’ve been getting. "It’s super special and an honur and something I’ll b...

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2021 nominees announced

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Go ahead and brush the "Dirt Off Your Shoulder," the 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees are a "Tapestry" of "Simply The Best." If you haven't guessed yet, Jay-Z, Carole King and Tina Turner are among those ...

UK becomes world’s first to roll out Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine as cases surge

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London The United Kingdom became the first nation to inoculate people with the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine outside of trials on Monday, with the country's health secretary hailing the day as a "real pivota...

‘SNL’ brings out its own Dr. Fauci to talk about the coronavirus vaccine roll out

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New York (CNN Business)"Saturday Night Live" kicked off its latest episode with its own Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx, who were trying to talk about the coronavirus vaccine while Fauci got hit in the face wi...

New ads encourage minorities to roll up their sleeves and participate in coronavirus vaccine trials

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A group funded by the National Institutes of Health has released a series of emotional television ads asking Black people and Latinos to roll up their sleeves and become study participants in clinical trials for cor...