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The Georgia Republican accused the transportation secretary of trying to “emasculate the way we drive” by supporting electric cars.
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Meghan Markle reportedly wanted to be the Queen Bee of the royal family, leading to clashes between her and Palace staff.
Melinda French Gates Opens Up About 'Unbelievably Painful' Divorce: 'I Just Couldn't Stay in That Marriage'
"My main concern, of course, was trying to protect my kids through it," French Gates told Fortune of the end of her marriage to Bill Gates. "And we got to the other side"
Another day, another slay.
Florida alligators and snakes are swarming around unlivable homes that have been ravaged by Hurricane Ian: fire official
"There are a lot [of] places that are not livable," Sanibel Fire Chief William Briscoe told CNN. "There are alligators running around."
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The Navy just deployed its $13 billion aircraft carrier, which was both commissioned and panned by Trump, who ranted, 'it just doesn't look right'
The US Navy's newest aircraft carrier, USS Gerald R. Ford, set off on its first deployment on October 4, after it was commissioned five years ago.
King Charles is poised to give Prince William and Kate Middleton "Frogmore House," a massive mansion on the Windsor estate. Details here.
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A top Pentagon official on Monday said Russian forces could be on track for a "major defeat" in the southern Kherson region.
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A Texas death row inmate whose case clarified the role of spiritual advisers in death chambers nationwide is scheduled for execution Wednesday, despite efforts by a district attorney to stop his lethal injection. John Henry Ramirez, 38, was sentenced to death for killing 46-year-old Pablo Castro, a convenience store clerk, in 2004. Prosecutors said Castro was taking the trash out from the store in Corpus Christi when Ramirez robbed him of $1.25 and stabbed him 29 times.
Neighborhoods were demolished in the September storm, which left more than 100 people dead and hundreds of thousands with damage and without power
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YouTube/St. Louis PRO Chess League via Wikimedia CommonsAn investigation into the career of Hans Niemann, the chess grandmaster embroiled in an alleged cheating scandal, has found a disturbingly widespread pattern of suspicious behavior far beyond what the 19-year-old had previously publicly admitted to. The 72-page report, compiled by online platform Chess.com and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, alleges that Niemann had “likely cheated” in more than 100 online matches, including 25 live-st