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Since 2017 the utility has been blamed for more than 30 wildfires that wiped out more than 23,000 homes and businesses and killed more than 100 people.
Jan. 24, 2022
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The missile fire further escalates tensions across the Persian Gulf, which previously had seen a series of assaults near Emirati soil.
Jan. 24, 2022
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"May his soul Rest In Peace," his Instagram said in a post that was all black with no image. It did not give a cause of death.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Citing a "continued threat of Russian military action," the U.S. State Department also authorized the voluntary departure of nonessential embassy employees at its embassy in Kyiv.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Inglewood Mayor James Butts called the shooting an "ambush" involving multiple shooters.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi confirmed Sunday that an executive order was drafted for Trump to sign that would have used the military to seize machines in battleground states.
Jan. 23, 2022
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The situation along the Russia-Ukraine border remains tense, with thousands of Russian troops amassed just across the divide and Ukraine preparing for a possible invasion.
Jan. 23, 2022
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The British government named Murayev as one of Russia's top picks to lead Ukraine were it to invade the country. Murayev, a critic of Ukraine's pro-Western government, has dismissed the claim.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Wilson played rhythm guitar for The Ventures, which with over 100 million records sold, was the best-selling instrumental band of all time.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Students will have to wear "well-fitting, non-cloth masks with a nose wire." Employees will have to wear surgical grade masks or higher.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Yet these early reversals haven't always been crippling. On the contrary, three of the past four presidents elected — and five of the past eight — have recovered from shaky starts to win re-election.
Jan. 23, 2022
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It's a pandemic predicament. With only 1 recorded case of COVID-19 in their island nation, Tongans are desperate for help after the volcanic eruption — but eager to keep the virus out.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Jury selection begins Monday in the former Alaska governor's case. A 2017 Times editorial wrongly connected an ad from her political action committee to the shooting that wounded Rep. Gabby Giffords.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Tickets may be easier and cheaper to get for the plays that are still open. Some producers reopened until the virus raced through the cast and crew. Future productions are hard to see on the horizon.
Jan. 23, 2022
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Despite the omicron surge, college students are starting the spring semester on campus – and administrators are bracing for the worst.
Jan. 23, 2022

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