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Desert flooding damages Los Angeles to Phoenix highway

Today News || DESERT CENTER, Calif. — The main highway from Los Angeles to Phoenix was damaged by a flash…

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Workers at UK’s largest container port to join rail strikes

Today News || LONDON — Almost 2,000 workers at the U.K.’s biggest container port will launch an eight-day strike Sunday…

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Blue whales end up as ‘ocean’s roadkill’ in the crowded waters of Patagonia | CNN

Fitness & Health: The new docuseries “Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World” explores one of the wildest places…

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G20 finance leaders in Bali to tackle Ukraine, inflation

Today News || BANGKOK — Top financial officials from the Group of 20 leading rich and developing nations met on…

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West Coast dockworkers still talking after contract expires

Today News || LOS ANGELES — A contract between shipping companies and 22,000 West Coast dockworkers expired over the weekend.…

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How GM, Ford and Tesla are tackling the national EV charging challenge

Today News || More people than ever are buying electric vehicles. There are about 2 million EVs on the road…

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Italy, Greece relax COVID restrictions before tourism season

Fitness & Health: Italy and Greece have relaxed some COVID-19 restrictions in a sign that life was increasingly returning to…

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Shanghai promises to improve food supplies, trade

Fitness & Health: Officials in Shanghai have promised to ease anti-virus controls on truck drivers that are hampering food supplies…

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China’s March exports grow despite virus; imports flat

Today News || China’s exports rose 15.7% in March over a year earlier while imports were flat due to disruptions…

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GOP’s energy promises face limits in Pa. governor’s race

Today News || HARRISBURG, Pa. — Republican Bill McSwain pledges to be a pro-energy governor by “turning on the spigot…

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