Fox News

Ninety bars and restaurants suing New York state over a coronavirus-related 11 p.m. closing curfew were allowed to stay open until their normal 4 a.m. closing time this weekend after a ruling Saturday night by a state Supreme Court justice.

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USA Today

Ciryl Gane understands why UFC president Dana White might not have been thrilled with the UFC Fight Night 186 headliner.

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KSL.com

The Utah Department of Health is working to correct an error that had 7,200 ineligible Utahns schedule vaccine appointments.

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NBC4 WCMH-TV

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — A Columbus taproom has temporarily closed its doors after employees quit due to concerns regarding pay as well as the COVID-19 pandemic. Customers encountered a sign on the door of the Platform Beer Co. taproom in downtown Columbus Saturday …

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NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Russ Martin, a radio host on 97.1 The Eagle, was found dead in his home early Saturday morning, according to Frisco police.

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Politico

The decision gives the U.S. a third vaccine against the virus, boosting the nation's supply of shots that can curb the pandemic.

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Gizmodo.com

The SolarWinds drama just won’t stop. It’s a tale of Russian hackers—and potentially Chinese hackers—alleged email spying, and a gaping hole of security vulnerabilities that seems to get worse as more details come to light. Now, we can add yet another twist t…

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Maui Now

There were 106 new COVID-19 cases reported in Hawai‘i on Saturday, including 23 on O‘ahu, 75 on Maui, three on Hawai‘i Island, and five in Hawai‘i residents diagnosed out-of-state. The higher case count is due in part to a laboratory reporting issue on Maui.

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NBC Bay Area

Police arrested a would-be bank robber in West San Jose on Saturday morning and called the bomb squad to the scene to check on a suspicious device the robber…

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The Denver Post

So you’ve gotten your coronavirus vaccine, waited the two weeks for your immune system to respond to the shot and are now fully vaccinated. Does this mean you can make your way through the world li…

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CNET

The judge in the case signs off on the settlement, calling it one of the biggest ever in a privacy suit.

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New York Post

When he built a stripped down, candy-colored car mounted on four large wheels to surf the sand on California beaches in 1963, Bruce Meyers could scarcely have imagined his “dune buggy” …

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Daily Mail

Scientists have documented unexpected benefits of vaccines for decades - known medically as 'non-specific effects' - but explanations vary between experts.

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Reuters

Warren Buffett's enthusiasm for the future of America and his company Berkshire Hathaway Inc has not been dimmed by the coronavirus pandemic.

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KREM.com

The 73-year-old died at the scene around 8:40 a.m. Saturday morning, according to Idaho State Police. The investigation is still ongoing.

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WDRB

The coal-fired R. Gallagher station went online in 1958 in New Albany.

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KTLA Los Angeles

An American Airlines flight was diverted and two women arrested in Phoenix after authorities say one of the women spit on a fellow passenger who asked them to stop using racial slurs in their conversation and the other slapped his hand when he started recordi…

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