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McConnell says he’ll be ‘picky’ about Biden nominees if GOP takes Congress

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell put the White House on notice Monday that he will be “picky” about confirming President Biden’s nominees if Republicans regain control of Congress in this fall’s midterm elections. “If I’m the majority leader, we’ll be really picky on appointees. There are 1,200 executive branch appointments that come to us. They’re not all as important as the Supreme Court but many of them are quite important and have to be confirmed by the Senate,” McConnell told the Rotary Club of Florence, Ky., on Monday, according to The Hill. “We’re in the personnel business, the House is not,” he...
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Joc Pederson avoided going onto field to avert Tommy Pham in 2021

At first, it seemed hard to believe that Cincinnati Reds outfielder Tommy Pham had been planning to slap Joc Pederson for over a year over a fantasy football grudge. The more we learn, the more we realize how serious Pham has been about it for quite some time. The latest...
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Bengals 2022 season tickets are sold out after Super Bowl trip

The Cincinnati Bengals somewhat unexpectedly became the darlings of the AFC North last NFL season and completed an impressive journey all the way to Super Bowl LVI, where they fell to the Los Angeles Rams. Thus, it was surprising to learn in February that the Bengals had not yet sold all of their season tickets for the upcoming campaign.
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Police warn of fake money scheme

OLIVE HILL, Ky. (WSAZ) - Investigators are warning businesses to be aware of a counterfeit money scam. Olive Hill police say three suspects are involved in a scam where they’ve gone into businesses and used $500 worth of fake 20-dollar-bills to purchase pre-paid credit cards. Police say the secret...
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Tri-State church members among survivors in deadly Amtrak derailment in Missouri

MENDON, Mo. (WXIX) - A Tri-State church group is among the hundreds of people who were aboard an Amtrak train that derailed after hitting a dump truck in Missouri. The Missouri State Highway Patrol confirmed three people were killed: two train passengers and the dump truck operator. The collision happened on a public crossing that did not have lights or crossing arms, Missouri State Highway Patrol said.
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