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Wealthy Candidate Injects $ 2.3 Million Of Her Own Money In Florida Special Election

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla – Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, a never-elected candidate, wants a congressional seat in South Florida so badly that she has injected more than $ 2.3 million of her own money into the campaign. The figure is staggering. That’s $ 1 million more than seven other Democratic candidates combined have raised – and more than…

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Earth’s energy imbalance removes almost all doubts about man-made climate change

For decades, Earth’s energy system has been out of whack. The stability of Earth’s climate depends on a delicate balance between the amount of energy the planet absorbs from the sun and the amount of energy the Earth sends back into space. But that balance has been upset in recent years – and the imbalance…

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Killer whale washed up on rocks in Alaska was rescued after a group of people spotted it and kept it wet until the tide came up

The killer whale washed up above the shore on craggy rocks. Danie Jay A killer whale washed up on rocks above the Alaskan shore on Tuesday. A group of people helped save the whale by spraying it with water until wildlife officials arrived. Six hours after the killer whale was spotted ashore, the tide rose…

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ICE to start treating migrant families to relieve overcrowded border patrol posts

A growing number of immigrant families crossing the border in recent weeks has resulted in overcrowding at border patrol posts, and many of those families will now be transferred to Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody, according to two senior officials from the Department of Homeland Security. From there, families will either be released with ankle…

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Trump owes $ 1 million in tax refund for his Chicago skyscraper, but local officials try to block it

Former US President Donald Trump leaves Trump Tower in Manhattan on July 19, 2021. James Devaney / GC Images An Illinois tax agency ruled last month that Trump’s Chicago skyscraper was overvalued in 2011. The ruling means Trump must pay back $ 1 million, but local authorities have taken legal action to arrest him. The…

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White House reverses policy limiting fines on nursing homes in the United States

Latest news on senior health FRIDAY July 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) The Biden administration rescinded a Trump policy that limited the amount of fines that U.S. nursing homes could be slapped for for violating safety standards. The Trump policy was passed in 2017 and prevented the United States Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)…

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Premature childbirth increases chances of cerebral palsy

FRIDAY July 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) Extremely premature babies have a much higher risk of cerebral palsy and other neurological disorders than term infants, says a large Israeli study. Cerebral palsy – the name for a group of lifelong conditions that affect movement and coordination – is the most common cause of severe physical disability…