Florida authorities admit mistakes were made in the investigation into Brian Laundrie, who was considered a person of interest regarding the death of his fiance, Gabby Petito. But these apparent lapses by police might have played a factor in their inability to question Laundrie before his own death.
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The Commonwealth Court recount results have been certified in Lawrence County
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REPORT: Michigan State football could be missing up to 20 players against Penn State
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The Palm Beach, Fla., resident, who permanently relocated from New York and Washington, D.C., looked elegant as she served her community ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday through the Be Best children's program she established as a first lady when her husband, Donald Trump, was in office.
- Miami Herald
A mom in Florida helped her son out in a pinch. Actually, more than a pinch.
- Atlanta Black Star
‘She Should Spend Time In Prison’: Former DA Accused of ‘Showing Favor’ to the McMichaels Awaits Her Day In Court on Charges Over Delayed Arrests In Ahmaud Arbery’s Slaying
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N.C. State scores twice in 26 seconds in the final two minutes to rally past North Carolina and end Clemson's chance to win ACC Atlantic Division.
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Some areas could see see more than 8 inches of snow this weekend.
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For all the build-up, for all the speculation, the man who had missed two cuts in a row on the PGA Tour put on a clinic.
- Raleigh News and Observer
UNC’s premature celebration resulted in NC State comeback for the ages. Tar Heels’ nine-point lead evaporated in the final minutes as the Wolfpack won by four.
- VC Star | Ventura County Star
Former Fillmore councilwoman Ari Larson died on Sept. 17 from a health condition that neither she nor her family knew about, an autopsy found.
- The Telegraph
Just before Maggie Gyllenhaal told her husband to get into bed with a beautiful and talented woman 13 years her junior, she found herself wondering if it was such a good idea.
Instagrammer Fyza Ali, who is known as a Kylie Jenner look-a-like, asked people to "understand" that she was struggling following her mother's death.
- NBC Sports BayArea
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Princess Victoria, Queen Letizia and more dipped into the royal jewelry vaults for a visit 40 years in the making
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American Heart Association recommends informed choices, not restrictions, in new guidelines for a heart healthy life.
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The reaction to this incident is more interesting than the ejection itself.
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“When he tried to talk with them, he was met with profanity, jeering, ridicule of his name, and them turning their back to him," a UNH official said.
- NBC Sports Boston
Artemi Panarin threw his glove at Brad Marchand in a weird moment near the end of the Bruins-Rangers game in Boston on Friday. Marchand's postgame reaction to the incident was pretty funny.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday called on nations expected to meet at the World Trade Organization next week to agree to waive intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines in the wake of the identification of a new coronavirus variant in South Africa. "The news about this new variant should make clearer than ever why this pandemic will not end until we have global vaccinations," Biden said in a statement. "This news today reiterates the importance of moving on this (waiving intellectual property protections) quickly."