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- Miami Herald
“You have changed my life forever,” one user wrote after discovering the feature.
- NBC Sports Washington
Charles Mann told the Sports Junkies on Wednesday that he is "not happy" with the new name that Washington settled on.
NY Attorney General Tish James says Trump changed his mind about her investigation into his company only after being subpoenaed for a deposition
In a new filing, New York Attorney General Letitia James claims Trump filed a lawsuit only so he could wriggle his way out of taking a deposition.
- Knox News | The Knoxville News-Sentinel
Tennessee basketball topped Florida 78-71 on Wednesday night at Thompson-Boling Arena. The teams had a contentious postgame handshake.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Little boy has sweetest reaction when he spots parents in audience: ‘Proof that being present can make a big difference’
His whole face changed the second he saw them, and the footage is going viral.
- Best Life
Even though the world has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years, we're still learning about the virus and how it can affect our bodies. One area of understanding that has been particularly difficult to grasp has been the wide range of symptoms the virus can cause and how some can stick around long after recovery. Now, a new study has found that one symptom is having a long-term effect on about half of people who have caught COVID. Read on to see which ailment could be stic
- The Providence Journal
Computer models continue to "boost confidence" that Southern New England will get hit with "a high impact winter storm" Saturday.
Sen. Lindsey Graham says Democrats will likely be able to replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer without any Republican support: 'Elections have consequences'
"If all Democrats hang together ... they have the power to replace Justice Breyer in 2022 without one Republican vote in support," Graham said.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The creature was found after a Crime Stoppers tip.
- Celtics Wire
B/R trade proposal sees Boston swapping a beloved face and a new arrival for an Atlanta Hawks big man
The fit is sound, but would it make both teams better?
- KABC – Los Angeles
The family of an active mother of three who was allegedly refused the COVID-19 vaccine multiple times, is filing a wrongful death lawsuit against Kaiser.
- CBS News Videos
Bill of the Month: Hospital charges family over $1,000 even though they were not treated by a doctor
Dhaval Bhatt's toddler went to the emergency room after he burned his hand on the stove. His son was not seen by a doctor, but Bhatt's hospital bill still totaled more than $1,000. Kaiser Health News' Editor-in-Chief Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal breaks down how this happened and what you should know before visiting an emergency room.
- Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
The Olton-Farwell boys basketball game on Tuesday night was postponed after officials left following the girls game.
- Ravens Wire
Multiple Ravens' players reacted on Twitter to Antonio Brown posting a picture of himself in a Baltimore jersey
- Women's Health
Alexandra Daddario's ultra-toned abs and killer booty are total #goals in these new Instagram photos. Hot yoga and AMRAP workouts are her fitness go-tos.
Is this transitional dressing?
- Kansas City Star
”I just wish I could do what I want without getting attacked every week,” tweeted Brittany Matthews, co-owner of Kansas City Current and fiancee of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
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Jen Psaki responds to a question about Democrats' student debt cancellation demands by noting 'no one has been required to pay a single dime' in federal loans under Biden
Biden just extended the pause on student-loan payments for the third time but continues to stall on broad debt forgiveness Democrats are calling for.
- York Daily Record
The coastal storm is expected to deliver one for the history books in the Northeast. But its impact on central Pa. is difficult to predict.