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(NEXSTAR) – FBI agents and police Monday searched the Florida home of the boyfriend wanted for questioning in the disappearance of 22-year-old Gabby Petito. Human remains matching the description of the woman were discovered over the weekend at a Wyoming national park months after the couple set out in a van on a cross-country trek.
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The federal government is facing two possible financial fiascos: A possible government shutdown and the possibility of the U.S. Could default on its loans. Republicans say they won’t help to raise the debt limit.
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Pfizer’s announcement on Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for children ages 5 to 11 has some parents celebrating, while others weren’t so sure.
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An Oklahoma mom claims her two daughters were arrested and suspended from school after a confrontation happened with a teacher following the girls’ refusal to stand for the national anthem, now the ACLU is involved.
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Even though Christmas is a few months away, with shortages and delays related to the pandemic, shoppers may want to start shopping sooner rather than later.
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When bears in the area ruined a Colorado resident’s couch in the spring, he decided to leave it out there for them all summer. Apparently, they appreciate the gesture.
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Most people wouldn’t be thrilled at the sight of potholes littering a roadway. But for one texas community, these roadway conditions have paved the way for some creative scenes greeting passersby each day. A “sinkhole fairy” has been paying some special visits to a liberty hill neighborhood, constructing new scenes as a tongue-in-cheek way of raising awareness of current road conditions within the community.
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