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“Secretary Mayorkas tested positive this morning for the COVID-19 virus after taking a test as part of routine pre-travel protocols. Secretary Mayorkas is experiencing only mild congestion; he is fully vaccinated and will isolate and work at home per CDC protocols and medical advice. Contact tracing is underway,” Espinosa said in a statement. The secretary...
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Aaron Boone will be back with the New York Yankees next year, their first manager since Miller Huggins in 1922 to return for a fifth season after failing to win a title during his first four. “A manager is only as good as the players he’s got,” general manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday after announcing...
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That’s a 30% increase from before the pandemic, when the industry already faced a labor shortage of 61,500 drivers. “That’s a pretty big spike,” Spear added. Many drivers are retiring, dropping out of the industry. Increased consumer demand, prompting a need for more drivers, also plays a big role in the shortfall. This comes at...
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Texas Republicans defended a new law targeting critical race theory at public schools, doubling down that the legislation in no way would require teachers to include an “opposing view” of the Holocaust in classroom instruction, as the atrocities of the Nazi regime against Jews and others are historical fact.  “School administrators should know the difference...
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A scuba diver in Israel discovered a 900-year-old sword off the country’s Mediterranean coast that experts say likely belonged to a Crusader knight. The man, identified as Shlomi Katzin, was on a dive Saturday in northern Israel when he came upon a trove of ancient artifacts including pottery, anchors and the nearly 4-foot-long sword, Israel’s...
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A judge on Tuesday morning ordered an 18-year-old man to be held without bond in the fatal shooting of a South Florida police officer.  Judge Tabitha Blackmon also ordered Jason Banegas to undergo a mental health screening at the request of his public defender. Banegas, who had been released on juvenile probation a few weeks...
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Two newly hired physical education teachers at Florida elementary schools were arrested after the shooting of a man whose apartment they entered thinking it belonged to someone else following a night of drinking.  One of the teachers mistakenly climbed into bed with the man, his wife and their baby, and the other teacher went to...
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Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. Not unlike the tricorder used to perform environment scans in “Star Trek,” the nifty gadget is a type of spectroradiometer that helps record how plant leaves reflect light differently — which actually reveals how genetically...
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Directed by Jamie Roberts and produced by Dan Reed (“Leaving Neverland”) in association with the BBC, the documentary draws on both personal testimony and an assortment of footage, some previously unseen, reflecting how quickly the police found the situation spiraling out of control. “I still haven’t made sense of it,” Metropolitan police officer Michael Fanone...
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Halloween is a time when many folks like to dress up, play pranks and eat candy, but that’s not exactly how the holiday got its start. The spooky holiday can be traced back to an ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain, which took place in England and Ireland roughly 2,000 years ago. According to online...
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