COVID-19 pandemic causing "coronasomnia"
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Officials searched three locations linked to Harsh Mander, a prominent critic of PM Modi's government.
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Toby Rowland discusses Josh Heupel's permanent spot in Oklahoma football history.
Some medical professionals are facing scrutiny after signing medical mask opt out forms.
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This TikTok mom dressed her toddler in the exact same outfit as her husband, and his reaction is priceless. Krystiana (@krystianatiana) is a TikToker and mom-of-4 who frequently shares videos of her adorable family. Recently, she posted a TikTok video of her husband’s reaction to their youngest child, Maverick, dressed in a miniature version of his outfit, and it’s too cute for words!. The clip begins with a shot of the adorable toddler wearing a sporty, black ensemble complete with an Adidas sweatshirt and backwards baseball cap. “Babe, you ready to go?” Krystiana asks as she approaches her husband, who’s waiting in the kitchen. “Yup,” he says casually, looking up from his phone before noticing his mini-me. “Oh my god, did you dress him just like me?” he asks, giving his own outfit a once-over. “You are so cute! Give me him! Give me him!” her husband excitedly declares as he lifts Maverick in the air before giving him a big kiss on the cheek. “Dude, let’s go to Target,” he says to Maverick. “Can I come?” Krystiana asks to which her husband playfully replies, “Nope! Boys day,” while walking the toddler towards the door. The precious moment had hearts melting all over TikTok. “The way the baby closed his eyes and smiled when daddy kissed him is everything,” one user gushed
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For the next 10 days, restaurants in all of Maryland's counties and Baltimore City will come together to celebrate and support the restaurant industry. Maryland Restaurant Week returns Friday for its second year, and while many restaurants still aren't out of the woods from the COVID-19 pandemic, every bit helps to get back on track. For restaurateurs around Maryland, it has been tough going since the pandemic began; however, with the recent lifting of restrictions, a number of them are now finding themselves in the green once again.
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Seth Carpenter, Morgan Stanley Global Chief Economist, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how the global economy is faring amid the pandemic and break down what the Fed's tapering plans could look like in 2021.
Friday marks four years to the day since a local cyclist was found on a trail in the Palmer Lake area, after being shot and killed.
Face the Nation host Margaret Brennan will examine the country's response to the COVID-19 pandemic with former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb.
The European Commission launched on Thursday a health crisis body that will coordinate EU spending of almost 30 billion euros ($35.3 billion) to prepare for a future pandemic. The new health emergency preparedness and response authority (HERA) will assess potential health threats, promote research, ensure the availability of critical production and help build stockpiles. If a new health crisis struck, it would activate emergency funding and help coordinate monitoring, procurement and purchase of medical equipment or treatments.
As theaters begin showing signs of life and streaming and VOD options stay hefty, IndieWire is here to guide you through all of your new viewing options each week.
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Rapper T.I. and wife Tiny won't face criminal charges over 2005 sex assault allegation, authorities say
The couple won't face criminal charges over allegations because of statute of limitations.
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REUTERSJust a day after testing positive for COVID-19, a Florida Republican official who battled against mask mandates, attacked the vaccine, and railed at CDC officials has died in Tampa.Gregg Prentice, who was 61, led the Hillsborough County Election Integrity Committee—and his sudden death has sent the local GOP scrambling as it no longer has access to essential campaign finance software without his help.In a Sept. 14 letter to the Federal Election Commission, the Hillsborough County Republic
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He and his wife have tested negative, as have other two children, the governor's office said.
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Ree Drummond, 52, shared all about the exact weight loss plan she followed.
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Stephanie Keith/GettyThe far-right, anti-Muslim, anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist Laura Loomer says she’s tested positive for the coronavirus, after suffering from severe symptoms that she wrote left her feeling like she “got hit by a bus.”In a post on the Trumpist social network Gettr, Loomer complained that she started suffering from “fever, chills, a runny nose, sore throat, nausea and severe body aches” on Wednesday that she said felt like “a bad case of the flu... So I took a COVID test and
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"It's so difficult not to compare myself to others."
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A Texas police officer’s family is among many in the U.S. in need of an increasingly rare medical machine.
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Look good and feel good.
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About 50 Walt Disney World cast members protested Friday against the company’s vaccine mandate. Members held signs near Disney Springs reading “coercion is not consent” and chanted, “My body, my choice.”
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A model is garnering praise on TikTok after slamming a photographer for suggesting she "didn't eat" for two weeks.