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  1. WASHINGTON (AP) — Top Democrats signaled a deal is within reach on President Biden's big domestic bill but momentum fizzled and tempers flared late Wednesday as a paid family leave proposal fell out and a billionaires' tax appeared scrapped, mostly to satisfy a pivotal member of the 50-50 Senate.

    With his signature domestic initiative at stake, Biden will head to Capitol Hill on

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    SARASOTA, Fla. – The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, which shut down in 2017 after a storied 146-year run of three-ring entertainment around the world, could be making a

  3. Rob Manfred said on Tuesday that the Atlanta Braves' local Native American community is fully supportive of the team, including its infamous Tomahawk Chop chant. It took less than 24 hours for one of the country's largest Native rights organizations to contradict him.

    The MLB commissioner spoke with reporters ahead of Game 1 of the World Series between the Braves and Houston

  4. Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, the armorer for the film Rust, says she checked the ammunition prior to Alec Baldwin being given the gun and "ensured they were not 'hot' rounds." But assistant director David Halls, who was supposed to check her work, admitted that he didn't check all her work.

    Those were just two

  5. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The superintendent of an Eastern Kentucky school district said "appropriate disciplinary action has been taken" after photos surfaced showing students giving lap dances to staff as part of Hazard High School's homecoming week festivities.

    During Hazard High School's homecoming week festivities, students and staff

  6. WASHINGTON (AP) — China recently conducted a “very concerning” test of a hypersonic weapon system as part of its aggressive advance in space and military technologies, the top U.S. military officer says.

    Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was the first Pentagon official to confirm on the record the nature of a test this year by the Chinese military that the

  7. Hours after he was ruled out for Thursday's game against the Green Bay Packers, news broke that J.J. Watt needs shoulder surgery that will likely end his season. 

    ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Wednesday night that Watt needs the procedure for an injury suffered in Sunday's win over the Houston

  8. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quietly updated its Covid-19 vaccine guidance Monday for large swaths of immunocompromised people, saying they can receive a booster dose of a Covid vaccine at least six months after completing their primary vaccination series. 


  9. CLEVELAND (AP) — A jury acquitted an 83-year-old man Wednesday who was convicted at his first trial of killing his wife and spent 45 years in prison.

    The Cleveland jury deliberated for less than 90 minutes before delivering its verdict in Isiah Andrews’ second aggravated murder trial, ...