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Millions of Americans could be eligible for a booster shot by the end of the week, The New York Times reported.
The more than 4,500 officers who didn't comply with the mayor's requirement could be fired.
"Live with a beginner violin student so your house constantly sounds like a horror film."
“This is a disheartening day for our football program,” Washington State University's athletic director said.
The families of those killed, wounded and scarred in the massacre reached a $25 million settlement with the district.
The “Pitch Perfect” star said she’s been getting a whole lot of attention for doing “nothing except lose weight.”
The man was diving off Israel's Mediterranean coast when he spotted a trove of ancient artifacts, officials said.
Organizers hope the installation will draw attention to the importance of preserving the Dead Sea.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources played a fun wildlife game with its Facebook followers.
The launch marked possibly the most significant demonstration of the North’s military might since Biden took office.
The extremist first-term lawmaker was accused of promoting toxic masculinity with his "raise them to be a monster" plea.
Jamie Lynn had pledged to donate part of her upcoming book's proceeds to mental health nonprofit This Is My Brave.

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