Joe Biden confronted over Laken Riley’s death during border visit
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Joe Biden confronted over Laken Riley’s death during border visit

President Joe Biden was confronted over the recent killing of Augusta University College of Nursing student Laken Riley during a press conference at the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas…

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Climate Change Is Raising Texas’ Already High Wildfire Risks
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Climate Change Is Raising Texas’ Already High Wildfire Risks

Climate change is increasing the risk of wildfires in Texas, a danger made real this week as the Smokehouse Creek fire, the largest in state history, burns out…

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$1K First-Bet for NBA, NHL
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$1K First-Bet for NBA, NHL

Sports Betting Dime provides exclusive sports betting commercial content to Newsweek, including real-time odds, picks, analysis and premier sportsbook offers to help sports fans get in on the…

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Sure, It Won an Oscar. But Is It Criterion?
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Sure, It Won an Oscar. But Is It Criterion?

How the Criterion Collection became the film world’s arbiter of taste. Source link

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Biden admin’s new term for migrants sparks Republican fury
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Biden admin’s new term for migrants sparks Republican fury

President Joe Biden’s administration is facing backlash from GOP lawmakers who are angered by a Thursday statement from the White House that referred to migrants as “newcomers.” The…

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After Alabama Ruling, It’s Time for a Serious Look at the Ethics of the IVF Industry
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After Alabama Ruling, It’s Time for a Serious Look at the Ethics of the IVF Industry

The Supreme Court of Alabama recently issued a ruling that frozen embryos are considered children under Alabama state law. Therefore, in-vitro fertilization (IVF) clinics may be liable for…

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F.B.I. Searches Houses Owned by Adams’s Asian Affairs Adviser
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F.B.I. Searches Houses Owned by Adams’s Asian Affairs Adviser

F.B.I. agents on Thursday searched two houses owned by a close aide to Mayor Eric Adams of New York City, according to two people with knowledge of the…

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Teen Boys’ Use of Antidepressants Drops
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Teen Boys’ Use of Antidepressants Drops

Teen use of antidepressants soared during the pandemic—that is, when looking at the initial numbers. The monthly antidepressant prescription rate for youth skyrocketed by 66.3 percent from 2016…

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House Passes Stopgap Bill to Head Off Shutdown, With Key Issues Unresolved
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House Passes Stopgap Bill to Head Off Shutdown, With Key Issues Unresolved

The House on Thursday passed its latest short-term stopgap spending patch to head off a partial government shutdown at the end of the week, moving over the objections…

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Before-and-After Satellite Images Show ‘Scar’ Caused by Texas Wildfires
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Before-and-After Satellite Images Show ‘Scar’ Caused by Texas Wildfires

Satellite images taken four days apart show severe land scarring as the Texas wildfires continue to rage. Widespread blazes began on Monday throughout the state, consuming thousands of…

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