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The former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and secretary of state under President George W. Bush died at 84 of complications from covid-19, his family said, noting he had been fully vaccinated.
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He was heavily recruited for president on the hope that he’d be another George Washington or Dwight Eisenhower.
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Vermont has become the latest state to tap American Rescue Plan cash in an urgent effort to save its child-care providers, without whom a true return to something like a post-pandemic normal may be impossible.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D), right, speaks while Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli listens during a debate last week. (AP)
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Arbery’s killing while jogging near his Georgia home went more than two months without arrests before a leaked video shocked the country. Those who sought charges wonder if the trial will be the culmination of their efforts or another setback.
Cars sit abandoned on a flooded Bronx expressway following heavy wind and rain brought by Hurricane Ida on Sept 2. (Getty Images)
Patriots' Ja'Whaun Bentley knocks the ball out of the hands of Cowboys' Dak Prescott. (AP)
Both coaches made mistakes in Dallas’s overtime win over New England, Aaron Rodgers beat the Bears (again), and Baker Mayfield had a rough day.
Less than two years after leading LSU to a national title and an undefeated season, Orgeron is on his way out of Baton Rouge.
A subplot to this postseason is whether the Astros’ final game will mark Correa’s final time in Houston's uniform.
Joe (Penn Badgley) targets Marienne (Tati Gabrielle) as his latest obsession in the third season of “You.” (Netflix)
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