Congress returns to work facing major decisions on Biden's agenda and infrastructure
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Congress returns Monday facing decisions on voting rights, infrastructure and social programs while needing to raise how much the country can borrow.
Fauci confident FDA will back booster shots for all; Alabama saw more deaths than births for first time. Live COVID-19 updates
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Dr. Anthony Fauci defended the Biden administration's booster rollout plans, downplaying confusion over who should get the jabs. Latest COVID news.
Tropical Storm Peter forms as Atlantic hurricane season continues its turbulent pace
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Tropical Storm Peter swirled to life Sunday as a tropical depression was on the verge of becoming another named system.
What happened to Gabby Petito? Mystery prompts vast searches; social media sleuths hunt for clues
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Police returned to the vast Carlton Reserve to search for the fiancé of Gabby Petito, a blogger whose disappearance has riveted the nation.
'He's dying': A teen called 911 for her dad with COVID and watched her life turn upside down
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A year ago, Mallory Dunlap and her dad were planning her college softball career. Then their COVID-safe bubble burst and her "role changed overnight."
Pearl Jam makes live performance debut of new songs at first concert in 3 years
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During Pearl Jam's first live performance in three years, Eddie Vedder offered his take on the Bruce Springsteen DWI arrest late last year.
National Cheeseburger Day 2021 deals continue Sunday at Burger King, Wendy's, Sonic, Red Robin
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National Cheeseburger Day is Sept. 18 but BOGO deals and freebies continue at Burger King, Wendy's and Sonic. It's also Talk Like a Pirate Day.
College football winners, losers from Week 3: Michigan, USC, Wake Forest on rise; ACC disappoints again
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Are the Wolverines a legitimate contender for the Big Ten title? Will Florida State lose more than eight games for the first time since 1974?
Opinion: Misery Index's top spot goes to Florida State after 0-3 start
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After an embarrassing Week 3 loss to Wake Forest, Florida State falls to 0-3 for the first time since 1976 and climbs to the top of the Misery Index.
Misery Index, Week 3 notebook: HS teams may play better than Colorado; Nick Rolovich embarrassing Washington State
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Colorado sets bar for offensive futility that's probably out of reach for any team this season. Washington State's Nick Rolovich isn't up to the job.
A 'Ted Lasso' sweep? Who will win (and who should) at the 2021 Emmy Awards
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From the indomitable "Ted Lasso" to the legendary Jean Smart, here are the shows and actors who will triumph at the Emmys – and the ones that should.
The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this weekend
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Shop Amazon deals on our favorite sunrise smart alarm as well as an android tablet, rice cooker, mosquito catcher and dog water bottle.
SpaceX landing: Inspiration4 crew of 'non-astronauts' splashes down in Atlantic Ocean off Florida
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Go, Dragon! The crew of 'non-astronauts' landed off the Florida coast Saturday night, concluding an historic orbital space mission.
'A knockout kind of fight': Wyomingites brace for Republican primary colored by Trump
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The battle is on for Republican voters in the state that gave Trump his biggest victory margin again Joe Biden in 2020.
NFL Sunday notebook: Would-be Super Bowl contenders staring at possible 0-2 starts
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Falling to 0-2 would be a serious blow to Super Bowl visions for would-be contenders like the Ravens, Cowboys, Bills and Titans.
Contemplating a road trip? These are the US cities with the rudest and most polite drivers
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An auto insurance comparison website analyzed its data to determine the U.S. cities with the rudest drivers. See where they live in your state.
Fund the police? Pushed by Biden, Democrat mayors divided how to use COVID money to fight crime
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One mayor said he views the directive more as 'long-term programmatic changes' and less about "Clinton-era 'we're just going to pay for more cops.'"
Climate change is sabotaging education for American students – and it's only getting worse
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COVID-19 is surging, amid some of the starkest evidence yet of the toll climate change will take on the planet and on the lives and learning of kids.
Biden sends hundreds of border agents, steps up flights to remove Haitian migrants from south Texas
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The Department of Homeland Security released the Biden administration's six-point strategy to deal with the influx of migrants at the southern border.
How to stream and binge top Emmy Award-nominated shows, movies ahead of Sunday night's reveal of winners
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The Emmy Awards are Sunday night on CBS. Want to catch up on some of the nominated shows? Here's how to stream them and binge away.
KNP Complex fire reaches Giant Forest inside Sequoia National Park, threatens world's largest tree
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General Sherman, the world's largest tree, now wrapped in a fire-resistant blanket, is among the giant sequoias threatened by the KNP Complex.
A Nebraska school says it was a lice check. Lakota people sense centuries of repressions.
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The parents of two Native girls have filed a federal lawsuit after a Nebraska school secretary cut their hair, alleging violation of Lakota culture.
Alaska Airlines offering BOGO ticket deal for fall travel, including flights to Hawaii, Mexico, Belize
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Alaska's BOGO deal, which must be booked by Monday, covers flights from Oct. 5 through Dec. 15, with Thanksgiving travel blacked out.
Alex Murdaugh visual timeline: What happened? When? Where? Who's involved?
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Alex Murdaugh, a member of a well-known legal family, is the subject of multiple investigations and civil lawsuits after a cascading series of events.
The harvest moon: A visual guide to full moons
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Why the harvest moon is special and what other notable moons are worth looking out for
Emmys 2021: Everything to know about TV's biggest awards show
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TV's biggest night, the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, comes to small screens on Sunday. Here's what you need to know about the awards show.
See the miracle of a mother getting her sight back and seeing her family again
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Connie Parke was left blind for 15 years after a misdiagnosis. This is the emotional moment she saw her daughter for the first time in over a decade.
National Mall covered in 660,000 white flags representing COVID deaths in the US
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White flags representing COVID-19 deaths are being planted for a project called "In America: Remember."