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Major carbon corporations linked to over a third of western US and southwestern Canadian wildfire damage

A new study reveals that the world's top fossil fuel companies are responsible for over a third of the area burned by wildfires across western US and southwestern Canadian
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The rise and fall of a football romance: Rhonda Worthey and Troy Aikman's turbulent relationship and divorce

Once upon a time in the world of sports, a love story unfolded between Rhonda Worthey, a publicist for the Dallas Cowboys, and Troy Aikman, a legendary quarterback. Their union seemed like a match made in heaven, but as the years went by, the couple...
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Air National Guardsman arrested in connection to leaked intelligence documents

Federal investigators have arrested a 21-year-old air national guardsman who they believe is linked to a trove of leaked classified U.S. intelligence documents.
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Prince Harry to Attend King Charles' Coronation Without Meghan Markle

Prince Harry will attend the coronation of his father, King Charles III, but Meghan Markle will not join him. The Buckingham Palace confirmed Harry's attendance at the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey on May 6th.
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Police bust gun trafficking ring, intercept guns disguised as holiday gifts - Photo

Police intercept guns disguised as Christmas gifts and arrest 42 people in cross-border bust.
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Hilary Swank became a mother for the first time

For several months the world has watched with interest as the first pregnancy of "Million Dollar Baby" star Hilary Swank develops.
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U.S. government take emergency action due to large-scale leak of top-secret documents

Officials in the United States are in a frenzy to trace the source of a recent leak of classified military and intelligence documents. The leaked documents, which include sensitive information about Ukraine's air defenses and the Israeli...
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Brampton man smuggled over 1,000 people across the Canada-U.S. border

According to court documents, a 40-year-old Brampton man allegedly smuggled over 1,000 people across the U.S. border. The man, identified as Simranjit Singh, reportedly made trips across the border between March 2020 and April 2022. Singh is now...
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Twitter has uploaded code fragments to Github that are responsible for recommending tweets on the social network

This will allow users and developers to evaluate the algorithm's performance and suggest improvements.
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Donald Trump become the first former US president to be criminally charged

The charges were brought against the 76-year-old politician by a Manhattan grand jury and are related to payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign that were allegedly intended to buy the silence of women with whom Trump had extramarital...