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President Biden said that while the U.S. wants to avoid a wider confrontation with Iran, indiscriminate attacks on U.S. troops would be met with force.
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This week, we ask the immortal question: Are Republicans more likely to go on cruises? Also, what does a new data set of Medicare bills reveal about travel for health care?
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Aztecs overcome second-half deficit to earn their first trip to the Elite Eight. The Tide, the tournament's top overall seed, sees its tumultuous season crash to an end.
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A man is suing the actress and entrepreneur for $300,000, claiming that she crashed into him while skiing in Utah, leaving him with physical injuries and emotional distress.
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A ‘severe’ geomagnetic storm spawned brilliant northern lights as far south as Virginia, North Carolina and Arizona.
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Follow along with a group of friends on a theoretical weekend getaway as they navigate a bevy of real-world fees
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How U.N. reports and confusing headlines created a generation of people who believe climate change can’t be stopped.
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Warmer-than-average temperatures across the continent’s northernmost tip began creeping in during November, lasting through February.
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