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Protesters clashed with officers in riot gear after curfew in front of the police headquarters in Brooklyn Center, Minn. for a second night.
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The huge gap, which represents the third-largest monthly deficit in history, was driven by the millions of $1,400 stimulus checks.
A view of Devil’s Canyon, also called Ga’an Canyon by the Apache, at Oak Flat, about 60 miles east of Phoenix. (Robert A. Witzeman/Maricopa Audubon Society)
Native Americans desperately want to protect Oak Flat, a sacred site near Phoenix, from a mining operation. On Tuesday, a House Natural Resources subcommittee will hold a hearing on the future of the land, which sits on one of the largest untapped copper deposits in North America.
Many companies are planning for a future of hybrid work.
The Trump-era tax break for well-off older adults comes as President Biden aims to raise taxes on corporations and wealthy Americans.
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From left, Elaine Welteroth, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Amanda Kloots on “The Talk.” (Monty Brinton/CBS)
The artistic director of D.C.’s Shakespeare Theatre Company says this past year has allowed new ways to understand the Bard.
The move marks Hollywood’s first major exit from the state, where it shoots much of its work, since the bill was signed into law last month.