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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.
“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 college basketball analyst said his treatment for lymphoma is "tougher" than for previous melanoma.
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 "Late Show" host claims to have inside information straight from Moscow.
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.
The "Dancing With The Stars" competitor reacted to a video's "not cool" insinuation.

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