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US interviews Hamas hostage victims, families in terror probe

Ava Benny-Morrison | (TNS) Bloomberg News The U.S. Justice Department is interviewing survivors and families of victims of Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack in Israel as it attempts to build a sweeping case against the militant group and its financial backers. The individuals, including former hostages and families of U.S. citizens murdered abroad, have sat down…
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Alexander: Emma Hayes era in U.S. women’s soccer begins

As if things haven’t been frenetic enough for Emma Hayes in her short time – five weeks max – on the ground in this country to get the U.S. women’s national team ready for this month’s Olympic soccer competition in Paris, the new coach was hit with this question at a pre-Olympic news conference Monday…
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This drone captured scenes inside the deadly Hurricane Beryl. The data helps forecasts

Claire Grunewald | Miami Herald (TNS) MIAMI — Within the 25-foot waves and violent winds of the disastrous Hurricane Beryl, one 23-foot long neon orange sailboat-like device stood out against dark ocean water with a front-row seat to the eye of the storm. The object in question wasn’t a boat that got too close to…
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Disneyland signals plans to celebrate 70th anniversary in a big way

Disneyland appears to be gearing up for a 70th anniversary celebration in 2025 to rival the yearlong parties for the 50th and 60th anniversaries that brought new or returning parades, fireworks shows and nighttime spectaculars along with themed decor, food and merchandise. Disneyland cast members will launch 70th anniversary preparations with a “Road to the…
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Get ready for the sixth annual Pacific Food and Wine Classic in Newport Beach

Dozens of Southern California eateries and wineries will join forces for one all-inclusive afternoon in Newport Beach at the sixth annual Pacific Food and Wine Classic. Billed as “an exclusive VIP only experience,” the annual food carousal returns on Saturday, Sept. 21. Highlights this year will include executive chef Steve Kling of Ying Chang and…
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Corporations want you to rent, not own. Can lawmakers stop them?

By Holden Lewis | NerdWallet If you rent a house when you would rather own, pin some of the blame on corporate landlords. The 10 biggest institutional investors owned more than 430,000 single-family rental homes at the end of 2023, and they continue to acquire houses to rent out to middle-class families. Corporate landlords seek…
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As bird flu spreads on dairy farms, an ‘abysmal’ few workers are tested

Nada Hassanein | Stateline.org (TNS) Public health officials are concerned about bird flu, which so far has been detected in three dairy farmworkers — two in Michigan and one in Texas — as well as in cattle in a dozen states. The farmworkers’ symptoms were mild, and researchers have not found that the H5N1 virus,…
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Solar panels can generate $691 a year in homeowner savings, study says

Solar power panels have long seemed an appealing option in California, a state with lots of sunny days that adores its electronic gadgetry and environment, yet is saddled with the highest residential electricity rates in the continental U.S. But how much does going solar shave off those electricity bills? A major new study by scientists…
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The Church singer Steve Kilbey made a concept album by accident. So he kept going.

Only after Steve Kilbey of the Church had finished the band’s 2023 album “The Hypnogogue” did the singer-bassist realize he’d made a concept album by accident. “I started thinking about it and I realized a lot of the songs could be about someone living in the future who can’t write songs anymore,” says Kilbey, the…
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Full reservoirs, but California sticks with water rationing

California’s regulatory policy often is at odds with reality, but the latest water-conservation rules seem extreme even within that context. The State Water Resources Control Board has approved new mandatory conservation standards that comply with a package of state laws passed by the Legislature in recent years. They will force us to use less water…
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