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Hurricane Fiona leaves 1 dead in Puerto Rico, governor says

Hurricane Fiona left at least one dead and millions without power in Puerto Rico, Gov. Pedro Pierluisi said Monday afternoon, warning that the storm, which poured more than 30 inches of rain in some areas, will continue to soak the island the rest of the day.

 
Jimmy Kimmel apologizes for ‘dumb comedy bit’ at Emmys

Days after winning her first Emmy Award, Quinta Brunson showed restraint when she sat down on Jimmy Kimmel’s show Tuesday night. She did not, in fact, punch him in the face.

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50-year-wait: NASA’s return to the moon begins Monday

NASA’s Space Launch System moon rocket is scheduled to launch for the first time ever at 5:33 a.m. Pacific time from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Judge may grant Trump a special master review of seized documents

A federal judge said she will likely grant Donald Trump’s request for a so-called special master to review documents seized by the FBI and seek out any privileged material.

Want to work from home? You may be asked to take a pay cut

As remote work looks likely to survive in some form for the foreseeable future, a battle is starting to brew over who should pocket the savings, with some employers arguing that working from home is a benefit that should be offset by lower salaries.

Sick but ‘negative’: Officials warn of misleading COVID rapid tests

At-home coronavirus screening has become a way of life for many, but some medical experts are now cautioning that one test may not be enough to definitively determine whether someone is infected.

Britney Spears hasn’t seen her kids in months, ex’s lawyer claims

A lawyer for Kevin Federline claims his ex-wife, pop star Britney Spears, hasn’t seen their two sons in five months because the teenage boys aren’t comfortable being with her, according to TMZ.

Best Chromebook deals for students in 2022

With the start of the 2022-23 school year upon as we reach early August, we’ve gone through and collected a list of the best deals on Chromebooks.

Inflation pace slows notably in July

After months of steadily climbing to a 40-year high, the pace of inflation slowed notably in July.

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