From lotteries to free tuition, there are many incentives to get people vaccinated. NYU’s School of Medicine’s founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics, Arthur Caplan, weighs in
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Miegellic Young was forced to stand for days in a laundry room as punishment before she died, according to a warrant.
- The State
NASCAR makes a long-awaited return to Nashville Superspeedway this weekend with all three series set to go racing.
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“He killed my baby. You know he killed my baby,” a woman was heard shouting.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The man was shot in the chest.
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- The State
The energy legislation, which has been negotiated behind closed doors, requires Duke Energy to replace some coal plants with natural gas.
Prime Minister and Nobel laureate Abiy Ahmed faces his first electoral test since taking office.
- USA TODAY
Apple and Google award millions in grants to several historically Black colleges and universities as the federal Juneteenth holiday approaches.
Michael Jackson's daughter sat down with Willow Smith for a candid conversation on the latest episode of "Red Table Talk" on Facebook Watch.
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- Architectural Digest
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OnlyFans model says she was kicked out of a $26,000-a-week vacation rental for posting a bikini image at the pool
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- The Daily Beast
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There have been several Angels since the start of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Here's how they've changed over the last two decades.
- Business Insider
Some experts worry that Delta could cause more breakthrough infections. Others are concerned that it might evolve into an even more dangerous variant.
A murder suspect accused of stabbing and setting fire to his son cross-examined the 11-year-old in court
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2 TikTokers who show how the same clothes look on different body types say it's a challenge to find size-inclusive brands
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Yankees $324 million pitcher Gerrit Cole says gripping the baseball is too hard, begs MLB to let him use banned substances
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