Feds preparing plan to help fix Jackson’s water system

JACKSON, Miss — Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan returned to Mississippi’s capital city Monday to meet with Jackson officials about the city’s troubled water system. In a news release,…

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NASA spacecraft closes in on asteroid for head-on collision

A NASA spacecraft is closing in on an asteroid in an unprecedented test to see if a potentially menacing space rock could be knocked off course

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Review: A Montana private detective faces two mysteries

In “Treasure State,” C

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TV hit ‘Peaky Blinders’ expands story through dance show

A new show is expanding the story of the popular “Peaky Blinders” television series

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Insider Q&A: FDA official on vaping’s “promise or peril”

WASHINGTON — There’s been no honeymoon period for the Food and Drug Administration’s new tobacco chief, Brian King, the public health scientist now responsible for regulating the nation’s multibillion-dollar cigarette…

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`Otello,’ Rossini’s not Verdi’s, staged in Philadelphia

Rossini’s “Otello” premiered in 1816, and the musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s famous play was a hit for seven decades

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Review: ‘The Fall Guy’ accurately portrays police procedures

In “Fall Guy,” Archer Mayor’s 33rd novel featuring law man Joe Gunther, a Mercedes stolen a few days earlier in New Hampshire is found abandoned in Vermont

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Global Citizen Festival generates $2.4 billion in pledges

The 10th anniversary of the Global Citizen Festival, which included performances from Metallica, Mariah Carey and Usher, generated more than $2.4 billion in commitments to fight extreme poverty and disease

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Harrowing film tells of Las Vegas shooting and its aftermath

The harrowing new film “11 Minutes” gives a vivid picture of what it was like to go through the Las Vegas country music massacre five years ago, the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history

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Hurricane forces NASA moon rocket to shelter; launch on hold

Hurricane Ian is prompting NASA to move its moon rocket off the launch pad and into shelter

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