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New Jersey governor declares emergency amid deluge of flooding from Tropical Storm Ida; 50 million people in Northeast under flood watch

The remnants of an unrelenting Hurricane Ida took aim at the northeastern US as the potential for life-threatening flooding stretched to New England.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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New York City declares a state of emergency as the Northeast is slammed by flooding from Ida's remnants

New York City declared a state of emergency late Wednesday as the Northeast region was slammed by torrential rain from the remnants of Ida, causing heavy flooding and reports of numerous water rescues.
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New York City declared an emergency and suspended most subway lines as the storm brought drenching rain and the threat of flash floods and tornadoes

Potentially deadly and damaging flash flooding are possible Wednesday and Wednesday night from parts of the Mid-Atlantic region across southern New York into the southern portion of New England, all caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
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September 1 Afghanistan-Taliban news

The last US military planes left Afghanistan with troops and the remaining core diplomatic staff, the Pentagon said. Follow here for the latest news.
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Russian Producing Duo Behind Netflix’s ‘Anna K’ Prepare for Great ‘Escape’ in Venice

To get a sense of the frantic energy driving Russia’s booming film and TV industry these days, one need look no further than powerhouse producing duo Valeriy Fedorovich and Evgeniy Nikishov, who this week will take time off from shooting Netflix’s first original Russian drama series in Moscow to bow their latest feature film on […]
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Torrent of water pours into New York subway station

CNN's Don Lemon and meteorologist Pedram Javaheri discuss the severe weather across the Northeast as the remnants of Ida cause heavy wind and rainfall across the region.
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Massive flooding suspends nearly all NYC subway service

CNN's Don Lemon and meteorologist Pedram Javaheri discuss the severe weather across the Northeast as the remnants of Ida cause heavy wind and rainfall across the region.
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Discovery Plus Launching in The Philippines

Streaming service Discovery Plus is launching in The Philippines in a partnership with local telecoms giant Globe. In low income, less developed markets and those where credit card usage is not widespread, partnerships with local telecoms or cable firms can offer billing and marketing by the telco that enable lower cost packages and wider access. […]
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Spain hit with severe flooding after storm

Homes in north and central Spain are left isolated and without electricity as roads are forced to close.
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DolphinsTalk Podcast: Fallout from Miami Dolphins Roster Cuts & Practice Squad Additions

On today'sDolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast Mike and Ian are back to talk about all the hot topics in the world of the Miami Dolphins. First, Mike and Ian make a statement about the Watson situation in Miami and how it will be covered in upco
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Tokyo Paralympics: Sarah Storey wins 17th gold to become Britain's most successful Paralympian

Sarah Storey wins her 17th Paralympic gold to become Great Britain's most successful Paralympian of all time.
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Ida isn't finished: Almost all of NYC subway lines suspended as storm brings flooding and tornadoes to Northeast

• Louisiana barrier island bore the brunt of Ida. Here's what it looks like now • Before-and-after aerial images
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Prince Harry uses GQ awards show spot to make vaccine plea

The Duke of Sussex urges governments to tackle the "huge disparity" in access to the Covid jab.
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Tokyo 2020: Anger after Paralympian is stripped of gold medal for being late

Muhammad Ziyad Zolkefli won his shot put event but had his title revoked because he was three minutes late.
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Shot putter stripped of gold - for being three minutes late

Muhammad Ziyad Zolkefli won his shot put event but had his title revoked because he was three minutes late.
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Coronavirus vaccines cut risk of long Covid, study finds

The study adds to growing evidence that vaccination helps protect against coronavirus in a number of ways.
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Tucker Carlson praised the Chinese government for doing 'something virtuous' with its new restrictions on gaming and celebrity fandoms

Fox News host Tucker Carlson discusses 'Populism and the Right' during the National Review Institute's Ideas Summit at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel March 29, 2019 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Fox News host Tucker Carlson reacted approvingly on his show to several of China's recent major decisions. He compared its actions on video gaming, real estate investment, and celebrity culture to situations in the US. Carlson said US leadership should stop "bossing ...
Tags: Politics, News, California, Washington, China, New York City, US, Trends, Fox News, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, University Of Michigan, Tucker Carlson, Carlson, Fox News Read, Fox News TV, National Review Institute


'We're still not out of the woods': Improved weather conditions could aid crews fighting to save Lake Tahoe from Caldor Fire

Fire crews await improved weather conditions that will allow them to control the Caldor Fire, the massive wildfire threatening majestic Lake Tahoe.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Remove your sensitive information from 80+ sites for less than $50

Sharing is caring, or, at least that's what we were taught as children. In many cases this is true. However, this most definitely shouldn't be the rule when it comes to sharing our own sensitive personal information across the Internet for anyone to access. — Read the rest
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Sarah Storey 'has carried on being the best she can' - Tanni Grey-Thompson

In her latest BBC Sport column, Tanni Grey-Thompson remembers meeting a 14-year-old Sarah Storey for the first time at the 1992 Paralympics.
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'Do you ever hear yourself and think it sounds ridiculous?': Reporter grills ex-Trump lawyer

CNN's Randi Kaye takes a closer look at former Trump attorney Sidney Powell's bizarre interview with Australian TV reporter Sarah Ferguson.
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See the question that made ex-Trump attorney leave interview

CNN's Randi Kaye takes a closer look at former Trump attorney Sidney Powell's bizarre interview with Australian TV reporter Sarah Ferguson.
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McKinney Release Continues A Troubling Pattern

When Brian Flores cut the roster down to 53 players, there weren't too many surprises. However, typically every year, you see one surprise move, and this year, it was linebacker Benardrick McKinney. McKinney was acquired in a trade from the
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Most extreme abortion law in US takes effect in Texas – video

The US state of Texas has enacted the strictest anti-abortion law in the country, banning all abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy – before most women know they are pregnant. The law gives private citizens the power to sue abortion providers and anyone who 'aids or abets' an abortion after six weeks. Citizens who win such lawsuits would be entitled to at least $10,000. There is concern this will spur abortion ‘bounty hunters’Biden condemns Texas abortion law that ‘blatantly violates’ con...
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Animals captured at their funniest in the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards 2021

Gophers goofing around, a laughing snake and racoons seemingly sharing their secrets are among the shortlisted images for the 2021 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards.
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China warns US poor relations could undermine progress on climate change

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi tells US climate envoy John Kerry cooperation on reducing emissions cannot be separated from the broader relationshipChinese foreign minister Wang Yi has warned US climate envoy John Kerry that deteriorating US-China relations could undermine cooperation between the two countries on climate change.In a video link call on Wednesday, Wang told Kerry that such cooperation cannot be separated from the broader relationship and called on the US to take steps to improve...
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School funding warning as pupils return to class in England

As pupils return to class in England, there's a warning of a funding dip ahead.
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New Zealand Covid update: 49 new cases recorded in ‘encouraging’ downward trend

PM Jacinda Ardern says country is starting to see ‘positive trends’ in the numbers, with fewer cases infectious in the communitySee all our coronavirus coverageNew Zealand has reported 49 new cases of Covid-19 in the community – continuing an overall downward trend in cases.That downward slope is an early but promising indication that the country’s strict lockdown measures are working – not only arresting an exponential growth in cases, but also gradually pushing case numbers down and toward eli...
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Natomas Unified Taking Steps To Fire Teacher With Antifa Flag In Classroom

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Natomas Unified School District said it is taking steps to fire the teacher placed on paid leave after allegedly being caught on video claiming he keeps an Antifa flag in his classroom and encourages students to go to protests. The district said it is taking the legally required next steps to place the teacher on unpaid leave and remove him from the staff. Right-wing organization Project Veritas filmed and edited the video they say shows Inderkum High School government t...
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Is The Dolphins Depth at Center Worrisome?

  The Miami Dolphins' depth at center drastically changed after their finals cuts on Tuesday. The team kept center Michael Deiter, the starter at the position for most of training camp, and released backup centers, Matt Skura and Came
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