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Angels go from all-in to folding, inexplicably placing six veterans on waivers

The Los Angeles Angels are the gift that keeps on giving, this time offering up veteran players who were unceremoniously placed on waivers.


Erika Jayne accused of committing fraud scheme with Secret Service agents, American Express

Erika Jayne is being accused of having involvement in a fraud scheme with Secret Service agents and credit card company American Express.


‘AGT’: Sword swallower Andrew Stanton shocks Simon Cowell with ‘brilliantly disgusting’ act

Sword swallower Andrew Stanton astonished the judges on “AGT” with his daring stunt act during the second round of live shows Tuesday night.


‘Kind of used to it:’ Not everyone chooses to flee possible monster Hurricane Idalia

Residents are preparing for Hurricane Idalia’s landfall along Florida’s Gulf Coast on Wednesday as authorities urge vulnerable communities to leave.


Texas drought exposes resting place of five sunken World War I ships in Neches River

A man who grew up on the Neches River was searching the low water near Beaumont when he found five sunken ships.


Hurricane go bag essentials to grab as Idalia carves out path toward Georgia and Florida

From basic survival to first aid, learn how to pack the essentials to keep your family safe


The historic banyan tree in Lahaina stands after Maui fires, but will it live?

Arborists in Maui are working on bringing Lahaina’s 150-year-old banyan tree, which is still standing after the devastating wildfires, back to life.


NFL roster cuts 2023: All of the notable moves leading up to Tuesday’s deadline

NFL teams had to pare their rosters down to 53 players by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, which meant several difficult decisions had to be made.


Wearing your favorite hat a little too much? Here’s how to wash hats.

Cleaning a baseball hat can be difficult because of its shape. Here’s how to easily clean it without ruining it.


Even in the most depressed county in America, stigma around mental illness persists

Nearly a third of adults in this county have been diagnosed with depression, the highest rate in the United States, according to a recent CDC report.


California sues school district over policy requiring parents be notified of gender identity changes

Attorney General Rob Bonta is suing Chino Valley Unified School District for a policy that will notify parents of student gender identity changes.


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