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The United States is more diverse and has more people than ever before, with much of the growth occurring in and around metropolitan areas, according to the 2020 census. By plotting the population onto a map of the country according to density and group, it’s possible to get a bird’s-eye view of where we live...
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The shooter was also found dead, Lane said. At least one patient was taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital’s location in Collierville, spokesperson Kimberly Alexander told CNN. She would not provide any information on the condition of the patient. Town spokesperson Jennifer Casey told The Commercial Appeal newspaper she did not know the extent of the...
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Banning the teaching of Critical Race Theory and its tenets in public schools may not be as easy as passing a law. Idaho was the first of nine states to pass an anti-CRT law, and so far this new school year, some parents don’t see any change. “In any way that they can get it...
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South Carolina police are requesting assistance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the murders of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh. “SLED agents continue to work diligently to bring justice to all victims in these cases. As I have previously stated, our agents remain committed to following the facts no matter where they lead us,” South...
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With Christian McCaffrey set to lead the Carolina Panthers into Week 3 against the Houston Texans Thursday night, ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith again called for higher praise for the running back. Smith, who has been one of the loudest supporters of McCaffrey since he was coming out of Stanford a few years ago, reiterated...
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The lawsuit, filed Thursday in the US District Court in DC, alleges that the pair is being unlawfully threatened with removal from the board to which President Donald Trump had appointed them in the latter half of his presidency. Both were appointed to three-year terms. The Biden White House asked them to resign on September...
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Team USA Olympians hoping to attend the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year will have to be fully vaccinated by December, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee announced Tuesday.  USOPC announced on its website that all employers, athletes and contractors will have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 1 in order to gain...
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Nothing like mom kickin’ ya when you’re down, right? Well that’s exactly what happened to Jets head coach Robert Saleh. The Jets are 0-2, rookie quarterback Zach Wilson has thrown five picks, and Saleh’s mom is perhaps the biggest critic of New York’s operation. Saleh revealed to AP reporter Dennis Waszak on Wednesday that his...
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., appeared to be consoled by fellow members on the House floor on Thursday afternoon after the chamber overwhelmingly passed funding for the Israel Iron Dome missile defense system.  Ocasio-Cortez, huddling with allies for several minutes, appeared to wipe her face multiple times and was speaking in an animated fashion with the...
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