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The DOJ sued Texas and Gov. Greg Abbott to block a state order aimed at restricting the travel of undocumented migrants who could potentially transmit Covid.
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What We Know—and Don’t
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Trump’s Tax Returns ‘Must’ Be Handed Over to Congress, DOJ Says
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Scorched? This Site Lets You Buy Passes to Hotel Pools in Your City
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Realtor.com: Matt Lauer’s Waterfront Home in the Hamptons Resurfaces for $44M
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Guatemalan Communities Turn Out for Indigenous-Led Nationwide Shutdown
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Horizon Forbidden West' is reportedly delayed to 2022
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NewsWatch: CDC releases data that informed reconsideration of face masks, says delta variant of...
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When Will Michael Che Face Consequences For Punching Down On Black Women?
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Disney tells salaried and non-union employees they must be vaccinated by end of September
Disney is requiring all salaried and non-union hourly employees in the U.S. to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus by the end of September.
How to Make It Out of the “Pain Cave,” with Paralympic Cyclist Oksana Masters
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How to Aerate Your Lawn (and Why You Should)
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House at Otowi Bridge in San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico
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Actually, This IS America
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Electric School Buses Reduce Pollution, But New Infrastructure Deal Slashed Funding
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Does 'The Da Vinci Code' Writer Have A Secret?
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A Study Found That Moderate Drinking Benefits People With Heart Disease
A new study suggests that drinking alcohol in moderate amounts can benefit people with cardiovascular disease.
A Small Town in Ohio Is Home to the World's Only Cardboard Boat Museum
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Justice Dept. moves to block Abbott order on immigrant transportation
The case was assigned to Judge Kathleen Cardone, an appointee of President George W. Bush.
Olympians Describe Their Biggest Heartbreaks At The Games
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Drone Whistleblower Daniel Hale Is a Truth-Teller in a Time of Systemic Deceit and Lethal Secrecy
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Biden administration resumes fast-track deportation flights
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2020 Letter (On China)
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Common Misconceptions About Ancient Egypt
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Will the Tokyo Olympics be a superspreader event?
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The Irresistible Aura of the Olympics
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Meet the Rangers of New York City’s Parks
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Will Riddler Nation Win Gold In Archery?
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