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Luke Combs gives fans refund and free show after getting sore throat | USA TODAY

After getting a sore throat, country singer Luke Combs went on stage and apologized to fans, while giving them a full refund and a free show. RELATED: Dancer from Miami, Florida, does moonwalk dance underwater | USA TODAY https://bit.ly/3qdqtwG »…

Suspect in Canada stabbing spree still at large as police action fails to locate him – USA TODAY

Hopes of apprehending the remaining suspect in the Canadian stabbing massacre were dashed Tuesday when authorities acknowledged they had not located him.Canadian police with...

Chargers news: Los Angeles releases Week 1 unofficial depth chart – Chargers Wire

The Chargers did a great job stacking deck to their roster this offseason. Now it’s time to take the field. With five days...

Caleb Williams shines in USC debut, Nix struggles for Oregon – The Associated Press – en Español

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — They’re all set in the quarterback department at USC and Arizona may have just found the answer. The verdict’s still...

‘Doomsday Glacier’ could be disastrous if it collapses into sea | USA TODAY

Warmed by ocean currents, Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier could collapse in a few years causing a sea levels to rise by several feet, researchers say. RELATED: Earthquake in southwest China leaves 46 dead | USA TODAY #Shorts https://bit.ly/3TFRNRA U.S., U.K. and…

Uvalde students return to school with new security measures in place | USA TODAY

Students in Uvalde, Texas, returned to school after a gunman entered Robb Elementary killing 19 children and two teachers in May. RELATED: Labor Day heat wave scorches western US with record temps | USA TODAY https://bit.ly/3cSJWzI » Subscribe to USA…

Judge Disqualifies Arizona County Commissioner from Holding Office under 14th Amendment – Esquire

No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice-President, or hold any office, civil or military, under...

Judge Unseats Official Who Trespassed at Capitol on Jan. 6 – The New York Times

The ruling made Couy Griffin, a county commissioner in New Mexico, the first official in more than 100 years to be removed under the...
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