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GOP Election Analyst 'Aghast' at Arizona Audit as State Senator Threatens U.S. Attorney General

A Republican election analyst who voted for former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election said he's "just aghast" at the way the GOP-backed election audit in Arizona's Maricopa County has moved forward. Meanwhile, a Republican state senator threatened to imprison Attorney General Merrick Garland after he announced that the Justice Department would scrutinize any post-election audits to ensure they comply with voting laws.

5 Ways To Stop Summer Colds From Making The Rounds In Your Family

Perhaps the only respite pandemic closures brought to my family — which includes two kids under age 6 — was freedom from the constant misery of dripping noses, sneezes and coughs. And statistics suggest we weren't the only ones who had fewer colds last year: With daycares and in-person schools closed and widespread use of masks and hand sanitizer in most communities, cases of many seasonal respiratory infections went down, and flu cases dropped off a cliff.

Vanguard VEO HD2 1042M Monocular And Digiscoping Kit Announced

Vanguard has introduced a new monocular, that is lighter and more compact than a pair of binoculars, and features HOYA ED Glass, a BaK4 roof prism and multi-coatings, the monocular is designed to give crisp, bright image, even in lower light conditions. The VEO HD2 1042M includes a universal smartphone...

Courtney Love 'truly sorry' for Dave Grohl and Trent Reznor rant

Courtney Love is "truly sorry" for lashing out at Dave Grohl and Trent Reznor. The Hole singer recently slammed the Foo Fighters frontman over a royalties agreement she made with the surviving members of Nirvana following the suicide of her husband Kurt Cobain and accused the Nine Inch Nails singer of "systemic abuse", but after deleting her Instagram post on the subject, she's now backtracked and admitted she was "insensitive and wrong" in lashing out.

Jay-Z sues photographer

Jay-Z is suing a photographer for selling pictures of him without permission. The '99 Problems' hitmaker - whose real name is Shawn Carter - hired Jonathan Mannion in the mid-1990s and he took "Hundreds of photographs" of the rapper, including the iconic image of him in a suit and hat with a cigar that featured on the cover of his 1996 debut album 'Reasonable Doubt'.
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New York celebrates relaxation of coronavirus restrictions with fireworks

New York celebrated with fireworks as the reaching of a vaccination milestone meant that Covid-19 restrictions could be relaxed in the state. Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed on Tuesday that 70% of adults in New York have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, a threshold he said the state would celebrate.

New Porsche 911 GT3 Touring revealed: price, specs and release date

A new version of the Porsche 911 GT3 Touring has been revealed, bringing a more road-friendly edge to an otherwise hardcore track car. This alternative to the Mercedes-AMG GT R and McLaren 600LT is on sale now and can be yours from £127,820. New Porsche 911 GT3 Touring design. The...
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Take Up to 50% Off Adidas Shoes and Clothing With This Sale

I’m starting to go back to the gym and I’ve started to realize I need to upgrade my workout clothes. Thankfully, Adidas has just the thing. The brand is taking up to 50% off select items for their End of Season sale. From running shoes to bras and shorts, we’ve picked some of our favorite items with the best discounts so you can work out in style.

After Months Of Special Education Turmoil, Families Say Schools Owe Them

Audio will be available later today. Roughly 7 million children in the U.S. receive special education services under a decades-old federal law — or did, until the pandemic began. Many of those services slowed or stopped when schools physically shut down in spring 2020. Modified instruction, behavioral counseling and speech and physical therapy disappeared or were feebly reproduced online, for three, six, nine months. In some places, they have yet to fully resume. For many children with disabilities, families say this disruption wasn't just difficult. It was devastating.

Mars CFO talks sustainability in manufacturing

Solving sustainability issues in manufacturing is a collaborative effort, and that’s something Mars Inc. has set its sights on, says CFO Claus Aagaard. The private, family-owned business based in McLean, Va., has been in operation for more than 100 years. It has over 135,000 associates in more than 80 countries. Most of Mars’ business is in consumer-packaged goods like candy—think Snickers and Milky Way—plus pet food, rice, and tomato sauce, among many other products.
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Collecting FEMA Funeral Money Takes Some Tenacity — And Help

As a funeral director at Ingold Funeral and Cremation in Fontana, California, Jessica Rodriguez helps families say goodbye to their loved ones. “We serve predominantly Latino families, most of them second- and third-generation” residents, said Rodriguez. “We do have quite a few that are first-generation, that don’t speak any English.”