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Mexico Scraps Daylight Saving Time, Putting End To Biannual Hassle
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Mexico Scraps Daylight Saving Time, Putting End To Biannual Hassle

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s Senate approved a bill Wednesday to eliminate daylight saving time, putting an end to the practice of changing clocks twice a year. Some cities and towns along the U.S. border can retain daylight saving time, presumably because they are so linked to U.S. cities. The Senate approved the measure on...

Russian TV star Ksenia Sobchak flees country as investigators raid her home
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Russian TV star Ksenia Sobchak flees country as investigators raid her home

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Now Playing Russian TV star Ksenia Sobchak flees country as investigators raid her home 01:19 UP NEXT Putin monitors Russian strategic nuclear forces drill 01:00 Brittney Griner’s appeal denied by Russian judges 01:32 ‘This is a lie’: Ukraine’s foreign minister...

Rep. Carolyn Maloney aims to expand access to abortion resources with new bill
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Rep. Carolyn Maloney aims to expand access to abortion resources with new bill

House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., will introduce a bill Friday aimed at improving access to abortion services, as well as accurate information on the procedure, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, NBC News has learned. The Abortion Care Awareness Act of 2022 is the latest effort by...

South Korea says there’s “considerable reason” to believe woman is responsible for children found dead in New Zealand suitcases
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South Korea says there’s “considerable reason” to believe woman is responsible for children found dead in New Zealand suitcases

South Korea has initiated a court review on whether to extradite a 42-year-old woman facing murder charges from New Zealand, where the bodies of two long-dead children were found in abandoned suitcases in August. South Korea’s Justice Ministry said it instructed prosecutors on Thursday to apply for the review at the Seoul High Court after...

How to Tell If Yogurt Is Bad | Cooking School
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How to Tell If Yogurt Is Bad | Cooking School

By Layla Khoury-Hanold for Food Network Kitchen Layla Khoury-Hanold is a contributor at Food Network. Yogurt is a food product that’s produced by the bacterial fermentation of milk, so it can be hard to tell if it has gone bad. To help us learn how to tell if yogurt is bad, we consulted Toby Amidor,...

Tuberville: US has too many ‘takers’ who don’t want to work
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Tuberville: US has too many ‘takers’ who don’t want to work

MONTGOMERY, Ala — U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville said this week that the country has too many “takers” instead of workers and suggested that many in younger generations — including people in their 40s — don’t understand they need to work. Tuberville, 68, made the remarks while discussing the national worker shortage during a speech to...

US accelerates plan to send upgraded nuclear weapons to Europe as Russia continues to threaten Ukraine: report
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US accelerates plan to send upgraded nuclear weapons to Europe as Russia continues to threaten Ukraine: report

The United States will be accelerating its plan to locate upgraded nuclear weapons in European NATO bases as Russia continues to threaten Ukraine, according to a report. Politico reports, citing various sources familiar with the issue, that U.S. officials told NATO allies during a closed-door meeting that an upgraded B61-12 air-dropped gravity bomb initially scheduled...

Did a 4-Year-Old Boy Really Die Because He Ate Weed Gummies?
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Did a 4-Year-Old Boy Really Die Because He Ate Weed Gummies?

Left: Tanner Clements (Image courtesy of family) Right: Dorothy Clements ( A four-year-old Virginia boy who died after allegedly eating “a large amount of THC gummies” may be one of the only known cases of a child dying after consuming a cannabis product—but medical experts say some pieces of the story don’t quite add up. ...