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Belgian carnival town celebrates again after COVID hiatus

Belgian carnival town celebrates again after COVID hiatus

5 days ago   |   WGN TV

BINCHE, Belgium - On a sunny winter morning heralding a radiant Mardi Gras, Beatrice and Karl Kersten don't have a minute to spare. In their warm workshop decorated with...
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Sushi terrorism: Viral and unsanitary trend has sent a Japanese company's shares plunging

5 days ago   |   Fortune

If you thought the collective experience of coronavirus would make unhygienic practices a thing of the past. Think again.
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The End of the Pandemic Emergency in the U.S

5 days ago   |   NY Times

The chapter is closing on three years of special public health measures, but that doesn't mean Covid is over.
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In Maine, a Rare Influx of New Residents, and a Housing Crunch

5 days ago   |   NY Times

New arrivals over the last few years have fueled hopes of population growth, but workers increasingly struggle to find housing in a market gone wild.
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Companies pledge millions in fed effort to stem road deaths

5 days ago   |   My Sanantonio

WASHINGTON - Nearly 50 businesses and nonprofits - including rideshare companies Uber and Lyft, industrial giant 3M and automaker Honda - are pledging millions of dollars in...
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Birdland Caravan: Orioles GM Mike Elias on free agents, infield prospects, Grayson Rodriguez and more

5 days ago   |   Boston Herald

After three years off because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Orioles kicked off their first Birdland Caravan, a replacement for FanFest, since 2019 on Thursday with a fan...
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There Are Still Many More Americans Dying Than There Should Be

6 days ago   |   NY Times

Where are the country's quite large numbers of deaths actually coming from?
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How the End of the Covid Public Health Emergency Will Affect Testing and Treatment

6 days ago   |   NY Times

The emergency expires in May, complicating access to tests and treatment in the U.S.
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Office attendance finally reaches 50%

6 days ago   |   The Real Deal New York

Three years after the start of the pandemic, office occupancy across the nation finally hit 50 percent. Last week, the average office attendance was 50.4 percent, the Wall...
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Egg Shortages Are Driving Demand for Raise-at-Home Chickens

6 days ago   |   NY Times

People are snapping up chickens that are “heavy layers” in response to egg inflation. The chick situation holds lessons about the broader economy.
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New Zealand celebrates largest-ever drug seizure

New Zealand celebrates largest-ever drug seizure

A navy ship intercepted 3.5 tons of cocaine floating in the Pacific Ocean - enough to supply Australia for a year More than 3.5 tons of cocaine were found floating in the... Read more ...

Teen shot in Wendy's drive-thru dispute, police say

Teen shot in Wendy's drive-thru dispute, police say

A 16-year-old employee at a Massachusetts Wendy's restaurant was shot in the shoulder at the drive-thru window after a customer received the wrong sized drink, according to a... Read more ...

Louisville students join lawmaker in Frankfort to call for no Pink Tax

Louisville students join lawmaker in Frankfort to call for no Pink Tax

Louisville students were in Frankfort on Wednesday to join a state lawmaker in calling for a sales tax exemption on feminine hygiene products. Read more ...

NKY Children's Advocacy Center bringing awareness to helping children in crisis

NKY Children's Advocacy Center bringing awareness to helping children in crisis

Kentucky is commemorating Children's Advocacy Week, binging awareness to a wide variety of child abuse cases in the commonwealth. Read more ...

2 US Army veterans deported to Mexico win US citizenship

Two U.S. Army veterans who were deported to Mexico a decade ago won their long battle to return to the United States and become U.S. citizens Read more ...

WWE Hall of Famer Jerry 'The King' Lawler recovering after 'massive' stroke

WWE Hall of Famer Jerry 'The King' Lawler recovering after 'massive' stroke

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler suffered a stroke on Monday but is expected to make "a full recovery," according to those close to him. A Wednesday... Read more ...

Why Joe Biden is more dangerous than Donald Trump

Why Joe Biden is more dangerous than Donald Trump

The President's State of the Union address shows he is a symptom of America's problems, just like his predecessor Joe Biden conducted his State of the Union address on Tuesday... Read more ...

NATO chief reveals size of Ukraine funding

NATO chief reveals size of Ukraine funding

Jens Stoltenberg said Kiev has received $120 billion from the West so far The US-led military bloc has sent the government in Kiev over a hundred billion dollars over the past... Read more ...

Nebraska vs. Michigan prediction, odds, line: 2023 college basketball picks...

Nebraska vs. Michigan prediction, odds, line: 2023 college basketball picks, Feb. 8 bets by proven model

SportsLine's model just revealed its CBB picks, predictions and best bets for Michigan Wolverines vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers on Wednesday Read more ...

AOC serves up disinformation about Hunter Biden - and us

AOC serves up disinformation about Hunter Biden - and us

Something tells us if an Elon Musk-owned Twitter blocked a story about a Republican, AOC would lose her mind. Instead what we witnessed on Wednesday was a coordinated bit of... Read more ...