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    This appeared in the New York Daily News That Aaron Judge’s 61st home run of the season, surpassing The Babe and tying Roger Maris, came against division rivals Toronto w...

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    This appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch NASA this week successfully did what it normally tries to avoid, and destroyed one of its own spacecraft — by ramming it into...
    This appeared in the Miami Herald. If only President Joe Biden had the same magical powers Donald Trump used to declassify documents simply by thinking about doing so, as...
    This appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch A new study might finally get the attention of industrial leaders and others who have shrugged off the threat of human-caused...
    This appeared in the Seattle Times The U.S. House of Representatives last week passed a bill to reform how Congress certifies electors after a presidential election. That...

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    This appeared in the New York Daily News. Poisonous gasbag Alex Jones has already lost the defamation suit brought by families of children and educators killed at Sandy H...
    Connecticut has a good problem that got even better last week: The surplus in the General Fund is now projected to be $445 million in the current fiscal year budget of $2...
    This appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Perhaps the starkest example of how dramatically Donald Trump’s fortunes have changed in just a matter of days is contained i...
    This appeared in the Chicago Tribune. Rushing to your gate at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, your eye might alight on a book for sale at Barbara’s Bookstore. Its...
    This appeared in the New York Daily News As Puerto Rico works very slowly to restore power to the roughly 80% of the island that remains in the dark after getting smacked...

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    This appeared in the Chicago Tribune. Under its new head Chris Licht, the original cable news network is making strides toward reasserting itself as a neutral news source...
    This appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Anew Illinois law allows high schools to teach media literacy to students in all subjects. In case skeptics are tempted to po...
    The street festival season is pretty much a wrap for 2022, but tensions between New London’s police union and city officials concerning what constitutes appropriate publi...
    Connecticut’s mental health and addiction services department announced Monday that it is immediately partnering with a nonprofit organization that specializes in address...
    This appeared in the Star Tribune A stunning Ukrainian counteroffensive in the northeastern region of Kharkiv will not on its own end the war instigated by Russia's invas...
    There is no question that the short-term rental industry needs to be regulated. And that is what it has become, an industry, one with significant impact in many of our co...
    This appeared in the N.Y. Daily News In the year since the botched U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, tens of thousands of Afghans have been forced to suffer through anoth...
    Less than a generation ago cellphones were considered a nice-to-have luxury. Now, however, they are a ubiquitous, multi-use technological necessity that even young childr...
    “A lawsuit over dredging may not be the spiciest of editorial topics, but this was a big deal.” So said The Day’s editorial of July 21, 2020, when a federal district cou...
    This appeared in the N.Y. Daily News Quick, somebody repair the slippery floors and close all the open hospital windows in Moscow. One was obviously responsible for the f...