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The department is giving its health workers eight weeks to comply with the new requirement.
Republicans initially said they had hoped to finalize a more robust blueprint by today, but the prospect now seems unimaginable.
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Cuba has clung to an economic model based on centralized planning and state control. But the July 11 protests that shook the country’s rulers showed that model might be their biggest vulnerability
The identification of a final victim, Estelle Hedaya, marks the conclusion to one step of a rescue-and-recovery process that was the largest non-hurricane disaster response in Florida’s history.
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Japanese public opinion on the Olympics is mixed, from disappointed former ticket-holders to those who oppose the Tokyo Games. But many residents said that now that the Games have begun, they want to enjoy the event and experience it however they can.
Struggling with covid, the island nation finds solace in its reigning Olympic champions.
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Tina Charles tries to pass against Elizabeth Balogun during an exhibition game. (Getty Images)
Tina Charles is leading the WNBA in scoring but will come off the bench for a stacked U.S. women's basketball team.

Medals

Number of gold, silver, and bronze medals earned by each participating country
RankCountryGold Medals ReceivedSilver Medals ReceivedBronze Medals ReceivedTotal Medals Received
1China65718
2United States73414
3Japan82313
4ROC45312
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The 17th overall pick in the 2017 draft has established himself as one of the team’s core players.
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