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Matt LaFleur: Saints “absolutely embarrassed us”

Packers coach Matt LaFleur didn’t mince words about his team’s 38-3 loss to the Saints on Sunday. “Give the Saints all the credit in the world. They came ready to

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‘Forever chemicals’: the hidden threat from the toxic PFAS on your shelf

For months I’ve been watching the construction of our new garage. The breeze-block walls have been built, soffits are in place under the eaves, the concrete floor has been poured

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JBS plans to reopen Nebraska beef plant damaged in fire

JBS USA on Monday halted production at a Nebraska beef plant that slaughters about 5% of U.S. cattle due to a fire, but said the company expects to resume operations

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YouTube TV is expanding its Spanish-language programming

YouTube TV is expanding its live TV channels to include more Spanish-language content and add-on options. The company announced that beginning today, three new Spanish-language networks — Univision, UniMás, and

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Florida deputies chase down runaway boat off popular beach

Sheriff’s deputies in Florida said it took some “teamwork by land, air and sea” to stop a runaway boat off the coast of a popular beach. The Pinellas County Sheriff’s

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Mac Jones: Definitely wasn’t good enough, starting with me

A lot of things went well for Patriots quarterback Mac Jones in his first NFL start, but he wasn’t dwelling on positives after the game came to an end. The

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‘We can do it again’: Australian fashion brands offer employment for Afghan refugees

An alliance of Australian fashion brands has called on the federal government to increase its humanitarian quota of refugees from Afghanistan, with pledges the industry will help support, train and

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D.C. attorney general broadens Amazon lawsuit

Washington, D.C., has broadened its antitrust lawsuit against Amazon to challenge the online retailer’s agreements with wholesalers as well as third-party sellers, city Attorney General Karl Racine’s office said on

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Microsoft accounts can now go fully passwordless

Microsoft now lets you remove passwords from Microsoft accounts to embrace a passwordless future. Starting today, the software giant will let consumers sign into Microsoft accounts with its Microsoft Authenticator

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British scientist breaks two Guinness records for gymnastics

A British scientist with a passion for gymnastics put her skills to the test by breaking two Guinness World Records: most back somersault burpees in 30 seconds and fastest 100

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