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On social media, a theory persists about North Carolina power outage

One theory has quickly taken hold on social media: The outages were intended to shut down a drag performance.

Kirstie Alley, 'Cheers' star, dies at 71

Actor Kirstie Alley, known for her role in the sitcom “Cheers,” has died after a recent diagnosis of cancer, her family said in a statement Monday.

Trial begins for former Texas officer who shot Black woman through a window in her home

Aaron Dean, a white former police officer, is on trial in the fatal shooting of Atatiana Jefferson, a 28-year-old Black woman, in October 2019.

Former Rep. David Rivera of Florida is arrested in Venezuela probe

A former Miami congressman who signed a $50 million consulting contract with Venezuela’s socialist government was arrested in connection with a criminal probe.

Republicans disavow Trump's call to terminate the Constitution but stop short of saying it disqualifies him for 2024

GOP senators criticized Trump's statement claiming the Constitution can be terminated to reinstate him, but most did not say it disqualified him for 2024.

Facebook owner Meta may remove news from platform if U.S. Congress passes media bill

Facebook parent Meta Platforms on Monday threatened to remove news from its platform if the U.S.

Bipartisan duo makes last-minute push for immigration deal

Sens. Krysten Sinema and Thom Tillis are working on an immigration reform framework that includes protections for "dreamers" and new border security funds.

Brown University becomes first Ivy League school to add official caste protections

Brown University is the latest in a string of schools to add caste protections to their nondiscrimination policies, a measure aimed at giving Dalit students

Warnock gains early voting edge as both candidates barnstorm Georgia in final day before Senate runoff

Sen. Raphael Warnock has built up an advantage in Georgia’s record-breaking early vote, putting Republican Herschel Walker in a tight spot for the Senate runoff.

People lost more weight when they were offered cash incentives

Offering cash incentives in addition to weight loss counseling and support helped people lose more weight, a study in JAMA Internal Medicine finds.

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