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6 bodies found in Milwaukee home; police investigating deaths as homicides

Authorities in Wisconsin are investigating the deaths of six people found in a Milwaukee home, a medical examiner’s office said Sunday evening.

     

Is now the time to visit Venice? Fewer crowds provide a different experience.

With fewer crowds of visitors to shuffle through and closer interactions with inhabitants, visitors can plunge themselves into Venetian culture.

     

Florida is again the shark bite capital of the world, according to International Shark Attack File

COVID hampered researchers in getting an accurate count for their International Shark Attack File.
     

What’s next for Aaron Rodgers? What Green Bay Packers QB has said about future

Has Aaron Rodgers thrown his final pass for the Green Bay Packers? Was his team’s NFL playoff loss to the 49ers the QB’s last time playing football?

     

‘Pain every day’: Mom of Oxford shooting survivor details 14-year-old’s recovery

Phoebe Arthur, 14, is regaining use of her arm after she was shot several times at Oxford High School.

     

WHO chief says pandemic at ‘critical juncture’; 7 school districts sue Virginia Gov. Youngkin over masks: COVID updates

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said it is dangerous to assume that omicron will be the last variant, or that we’re “in the endgame.” Latest COVID updates.
     

Supreme Court turns away Rep. Kevin McCarthy challenge to House proxy voting during COVID-19

An appeals court said it couldn’t resolve a dispute between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy over COVID-19 proxy voting.

     

Affirmative action: Supreme Court to consider use of race in college admissions

The lawsuits charge Harvard and the University of North Carolina discriminate against Asian and white students to boost Black and Hispanic enrollment.

     

Tax season 2022: IRS now accepting tax returns. What to know before filing taxes about your refund.

Get ready to file taxes. Jan. 24 is the first day the Internal Revenue Service will begin accepting tax returns but your tax refund could take longer.

     

A group of moms wanted to release some stress. So, they gathered in a field and screamed.

A group of mothers from Massachusetts gathered at a high school field to scream and release stress amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

     

Krispy Kreme giving away donuts for those who donate blood to help Red Cross with blood shortage

Krispy Kreme wants to help with the national blood shortage and is giving away free donuts Monday through Jan. 31 for helping the Red Cross.

     

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