Leading Museums Remove Native Displays Amid New Federal Rules
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Leading Museums Remove Native Displays Amid New Federal Rules

The American Museum of Natural History is closing two major halls as museums around the nation respond to updated policies from the Biden administration. Source link

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PG&E penalized $45 million in Dixie fire settlement with CPUC
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PG&E penalized $45 million in Dixie fire settlement with CPUC

Pacific Gas & Electric Company will be penalized $45 million for its involvement in one of the largest and most destructive wildfires in California history under a settlement…

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Vermont Becomes Latest State to Propose Wealth Taxes
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Vermont Becomes Latest State to Propose Wealth Taxes

Still, when it comes to taxes, the biggest frustration many Americans have is the sense that the wealthiest aren’t paying their fair share: 82 percent of respondents in…

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California declares emergency after San Diego ‘thousand-year storm’
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California declares emergency after San Diego ‘thousand-year storm’

In a matter of minutes Monday morning, communities across southeastern San Diego were transformed into disaster zones: Families fled their homes in chest-deep floodwaters; vehicles were swept downstream…

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He Loved Basketball and Wanted to Help His Family Stores. A Bullet Ended It All.
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He Loved Basketball and Wanted to Help His Family Stores. A Bullet Ended It All.

He loved to play basketball with his friends. He dreamed of studying business administration to help his family’s stores. He enjoyed taking care of his younger siblings and…

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NASA finally figures out how to open a $1-billion canister
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NASA finally figures out how to open a $1-billion canister

Late last year, a spacecraft containing samples of a 4.6-billion-year-old asteroid landed safely in the desert after a 1.2-billion mile journey. There was only one little problem: NASA…

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Ron DeSantis and Fox News, Old Friends, Hit Turbulence
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Ron DeSantis and Fox News, Old Friends, Hit Turbulence

When the Fox News host Laura Ingraham urged Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida “to step aside and endorse Trump” on Tuesday night, it was the latest sign of…

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Yuba County elections office is the latest to receive toxic letter
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Yuba County elections office is the latest to receive toxic letter

In the latest apparent attack on election officials around the country, Yuba County’s elections office in Sacramento received a letter Wednesday morning apparently laced with fentanyl, the deadly…

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2023 Emmys: Best and Worst Moments From the Awards Show
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2023 Emmys: Best and Worst Moments From the Awards Show

The 2023 Emmys finally happened. In 2024. Delayed from September by the dual strike of Hollywood’s actors and writers, the belated ceremony, hosted by Anthony Anderson, took place…

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A lawyer’s longshot to put Donald Trump in the hot seat fizzles.
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A lawyer’s longshot to put Donald Trump in the hot seat fizzles.

The named defendant in the federal lawsuit was California Secretary of State Shirley Weber, but there was never a doubt that the target was Donald J. Trump. For…

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