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USA TODAY     10 hours ago

Eating contests are a terrible American tradition, not a celebration of freedom

Give me liberty or give me jalapeno poppers (via USA TODAY Opinion).
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USA TODAY     11 hours ago

Ban duck boat tours, says former NTSB chairman after fatal Branson sinking

Amphibious duck tours like the one that killed 17 people in Branson, Missouri, should be banned, the former head of the National Transportation Safety Board said Sunday.
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Suspect in Trader Joe's standoff arrested on murder charges; store manager, 27, died in melee

Gene Evin Atkins, 28, was being held Sunday morning on $2 million bail.
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USA TODAY     14 hours ago

'Supergirl' welcomes transgender superhero played by trans activist Nicole Maines

Actress Nicole Maines will be the first transgender superhero on TV.
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USA TODAY     15 hours ago

Safety expert says he warned Branson duck boat company that engines could fail in rough water

A design flaw in the vehicles’ exhaust system could cause them to sink in choppy water, a private safety inspector warned.
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Report: Alleged spy Maria Butina paid by Russian billionaire

Maria Butina got financial support from Konstantin Nikolaev, a billionaire with ties to U.S. energy and technology firms, the Washington Post reported.
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USA TODAY     17 hours ago

Former Trump aide Carter Page denies working as Kremlin adviser: 'It's so ridiculous'

Page denied assertions leveled by federal investigators in secret surveillance court documents that he was working with the Russians to interfere in the 2016 election.
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