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Not a remaster or a reissue, NEO is a genuine sequel to the hit 2007 Japanese RPG that cast you and your friends as fashionable... [Read More]
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"You're running against grown men, so you've got to do everything you can to beat them," Erriyon Knighton said. He's had a dramatic rise in... [Read More]
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The prospect of a Taliban takeover has people inside and outside Afghanistan worried about a return to an oppressive past. As the U.S. nears a... [Read More]
Medical experts say the odds of having identical triplets are about one in 200 million. Babies Anastasia, Olivia and Nadia were delivered safely, and are... [Read More]
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The passenger, Max Berry, took to Twitter early Wednesday, saying Frontier staff treated him like livestock. He's been charged with three misdeamnor counts of battery. [Read More]
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Employees at the health care company One Medical have accused the provider of mismanagement, less focus on patients and poor working conditions. Company leadership has... [Read More]
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Japan won its third skateboarding gold in the sport's Olympic debut. 19-year-old Sakura Yosozumi earned gold and 12-year-old teammate Kokona Hiraki won silver. Britain's Sky... [Read More]
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After making homophobic comments during a performance, rapper DaBaby has been widely criticized and dropped from multiple festivals. The fallout could mark a cultural shift... [Read More]
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A mysterious disease is killing off the West Coast's enormous sunflower sea star, so researchers have launched an ambitious effort to breed this species in... [Read More]
Wambach retired from soccer in 2015, and now, as a professional speaker, she shares three books that helped her learn to be a leader —... [Read More]
NPR's A Martinez talks to Heather McGill, a researcher with Amnesty International, about threats against Belarusian athletes, including Olympic sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya. [Read More]
Shontel Brown will next face Laverne Gore, who won the GOP primary. The winner will replace former Rep. Marcia Fudge, who now heads the U.S.... [Read More]
The Bootleg Fire in southern Oregon has burned more than 400,000 acres over the last month. Front line firefighters say they are finally beginning to... [Read More]
The running joke at the Tokyo Olympics is that because of the pandemic, there have never been more positive tests, and almost none of them... [Read More]
The White House was under pressure to do something to stop an impending wave of evictions. On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... [Read More]
U.S. colleges and universities saw a 20% drop in the number of foreign students due to the pandemic.Though enrollment numbers are rebounding, it is posing... [Read More]
In the 1960s, comedian Lucille Ball hosted a CBS radio series, where she interviewed Hollywood figures. Those old recordings are being repurposed for a new... [Read More]
NPR's A Martinez talks to John Zavitsanos, a partner at the Houston law firm AZA, about his office making it mandatory for all employees to... [Read More]
The final phase of an extradition hearing for a senior Huawei executive begins in Vancouver. Meng Wanzhou's trial has become part of the broader geopolitical... [Read More]
New York City will ask for proof of COVID-19 vaccinations for indoor dining, gyms and entertainment venues. It is the first major U.S. city to... [Read More]
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