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U.S. economic growth rebounds in Q3 on trade, but demand is slowing

U.S. economic growth rebounded more than expected in the third quarter amid a continued decline in the trade deficit, but that overstates the economy's health as the Fe

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Bird flu confirmed in northwest Iowa commercial turkey flock

Officials announced Monday that they have identified bird flu in a commercial flock of 50,000 turkeys in northwest Iowa, the state's second case of a virus that has bee

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Australia continues flood relief and rescue efforts as Sydney braces for heavy rains

Military helicopters airlifted stranded people from rooftops of flooded neighborhoods in eastern Australia and a tenth victim was found on Tuesday following days of tor

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Not just humans: Study finds NYC Omicron spike hit deer too

When New York City's COVID-19 rates spiked last December due to the emerging Omicron variant, humans weren't the only mammals affected. The highly infectious variant al

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Senate Republicans unanimously vote down voting rights legislation, teeing up a fight over the filibuster

Senate Republicans on Wednesday voted down a major Democratic voting rights bill by opposing an effort to bring the bill itself to a vote, setting up a showdown among S

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Twitter, Meta among tech giants subpoenaed by Jan. 6 panel

Months after requesting documents from more than a dozen social platforms, the House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection has issued subpoenas targeting Twi

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Female artist's exhibition delivers elegance, tranquility

Artist Wen Wei is noted for her works of classical Chinese mountain-and-water paintings done in xieyi style, ink figure paintings of court ladies and calligraphies in kuangcao (wild cursive) script, w

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