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Not just balloons: How US sees China spying as major worry

7 hours ago   |   My Sanantonio

WASHINGTON - The Chinese balloon that traversed the United States before being shot down last weekend captivated public attention and drew sharp denunciations as a brazen...
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Column: Waukegan and its soon-to-open casino missing out on Super Bowl betting revenue

10 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

Waukegan officials must be as disheartened as a gambler on a bad-luck streak. The reason: The Temporary won't be open for the biggest betting day of the year, Super Bowl...
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Rail Workers Tried To Warn Us the Ohio Train Derailment Would Happen

13 hours ago   |   The New Republic

The fiery train derailment that led to thousands being forced to evacuate their homes in East Palestine, Ohio, didn't have to happen. This is what the workers of Railroad...
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China says it was smeared in Biden State of the Union speech

18 hours ago   |   My Sanantonio   |   3 articles

BEIJING - China says it was smeared in U.S. President Joe Biden's State of the Union address that repeatedly mentioned competition between the two countries. China does not...
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Molson Coors back in the Super Bowl after 33 years, partnering with DraftKings on $500,000 commercial contest

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

Shut out of the Super Bowl for more than three decades, Chicago-based Molson Coors is back in the Big Game, partnering with DraftKings on a whimsical $500,000 beer commercial...
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Super Bowl gambling surging as states legalize it? You bet

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald   |   2 articles

By WAYNE PARRY ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - As legal sports gambling proliferates, the number of Americans betting on the Super Bowl - and the total amount they're wagering - is...
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Group: 1 in 5 US adults will bet on this year's Super Bowl

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald   |   2 articles

By WAYNE PARRY ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - A record 50.4 million American adults plan to bet on this year's Super Bowl, wagering a total of $16 billion, the gambling industry's...
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Legal sizes for lobsters could change to protect population

2 days ago   |   Boston Herald

By PATRICK WHITTLE PORTLAND, Maine - The rules about the minimum and maximum sizes of lobsters that can be trapped off New England could soon become stricter, potentially...
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Business confidence falls again despite record jobs numbers, inflation easing

2 days ago   |   Boston Herald

Employer confidence continued to fall in Massachusetts last month, according to a recently released survey conducted by a Bay State business association, continuing a trend...
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How will EU ban and West's price cap on Russian diesel work?

3 days ago   |   My Sanantonio   |   2 articles

FRANKFURT, Germany - The European Union is taking another big step toward cutting its energy ties with Russia. The 27-nation bloc is banning Russian refined oil products like...
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Knicks trade for Josh Hart in exchange for Cam Reddish, first-round pick: source

It's a Villanova reunion. As Jalen Brunson was getting his jersey retired at his alma mater, the Knicks negotiated a trade for his former Wildcats teammate, Josh Hart, by... Read more ...

Earthquake stuns Syria's Aleppo even after war's horrors

Earthquake stuns Syria's Aleppo even after war's horrors

BEIRUT - For years, the people of Aleppo bore the brunt of bombardment and fighting when their city, once Syria's largest and most cosmopolitan, was among the civil war's... Read more ...

Southwest's COO will tell senators 'we messed up' over the holiday travel...

Southwest's COO will tell senators 'we messed up' over the holiday travel meltdown

NPR obtained Chief Operating Officer Andrew Watterson's prepared testimony for his scheduled appearance before a Senate committee to discuss what led to thousands of flights... Read more ...

Winderman's view: Market for a possible Lowry trade dwindles amid needed...

Observations and other notes of interest from Wednesday night's 116-111 victory over the Indiana Pacers: - Yes, this game mattered. - So the Heat took care of business. - But... Read more ...

Adebayo, Butler push Heat to seventh consecutive home win, 116-111 over Pacers

The roster could change with Thursday's 3 p.m. NBA trading deadline. What the Miami Heat needed to do Wednesday night was change the outlook after an uneven 1-3 trip. Back on... Read more ...

We Need 'Americans First' Economic Policies

Americans need a native-born labor sourcing plan, not a promise of jobs we can see from our backyards but will never hold. Read more ...

The White House's Hot Air on China's Spy Balloon

There's a lot of hot air coming from the White House on the China spy-balloon debacle - the Biden playbook as usual is deflect, downplay and deny. Read more ...

Why There Was No Racial Reckoning

Systemic problems will not be solved by representational victories. Read more ...

Black Students Need Better Schools, Not Lower Standards

The fixation on racial parity at any cost will doom yet another generation to educational failure. Read more ...

Conservatives, the Chatbot Won't Turn Your Kid Woke

The American right's problem isn't that a talking robot is propagating liberal ideology. Read more ...