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Western US residents warned against traveling as a winter storm is expected to bring feet of snow

More than 10 million people across at least nine western states are under winter alerts, including cities such as Seattle and Salt Lake City, as winter storms sweep through the region.

It’s official: College Football Playoff expanding to 12 teams for 2024 season

This expansion will increase the number and variety of college football teams capable of winning the Bowl Subdivision national championship.


Native villages fleeing climate change effects get millions in aid from Biden administration

Many native villages in the U.S. are at risk from climate change, particularly those on the shores of lakes, rivers and oceans.


Identifying the ‘Lady of the Dunes’ took nearly 50 years but her killer remains a mystery

The family of Ruth Marie Terry, the victim identified as “Lady of the Dunes” says she always visited Tennessee but that stopped suddenly after 1974.


Christine McVie wrote many of Fleetwood Mac’s greatest songs. These 5 were her best.

Christine McVie, who died Wednesday at 79, contributed mightily to the Fleetwood Mac canon. Here are five of the best songs she wrote for the band.


Prince William and Princess Kate visit Boston, attend Celtics game: See the photos

The Prince and Princess of Wales are in Boston to hand out awards for the prince’s Earthshot Prize. See photos from their first U.S. trip since 2014.


Kremlin says US, NATO ‘directly participating’ in Ukraine war: Live updates

US, NATO are directly involved in the Ukraine war, even though war between superpowers should be unthinkable, Russian foreign minister says. Updates.


Pandemic relief fraud report says online financial company CEOs, family got rich

A congressional subcommittee issued its final report into COVID-19 lending fraud indicating companies facilitated rampant fraud in PPP loans.


LeBron James questions media why he hasn’t been asked about Jerry Jones’ desegregation photo

LeBron James asked media members why he hasn’t been asked about Jerry Jones’ desegregation photo but was asked incessantly about Kyrie Irving.


Jim Jordan renews requests as House probes continue

GOP Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio is sending a renewed set of requests to four current and former government officials on Thursday, providing a window into how the highest-ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee is zeroing in on his first top tar…

Students sue Yale University, alleging discrimination against students with mental health disabilities

Current students and an advocacy group are suing Yale University and its governing body, alleging “systemic discrimination against students with mental health disabilities,” according to a lawsuit filed in Connecticut federal court Wednesday.

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