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Tina Stanley is a news writer for Barnard Griffin News. She loves to write about arts, entertainment, lifestyle, and home news. She has a passion for writing about things that make people happy.

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Teams that will shape the Draft: How can Bills, Packers, Niners use picks to get over the edge?

Subscribe to the Yahoo Fantasy Football Show This embedded content is not available in your region. What do the Bills, Bengals, Packers, Rams and 49ers have in common? They are all contenders with 10 plus picks in this year’s draft. Rotogrinders’ Jordan Vanek joins Matt Harmon for the latest installment of our ‘Teams that will […]

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Qatar calls Hoyer's criticism of its mediation efforts in Gaza 'not constructive'

Qatar called Rep. Steny Hoyer’s (D-Md.) criticism of the country’s mediation efforts in the Israel-Hamas war “not constructive” and rebuked the lawmaker for “threatening” to “reevaluate” the U.S. relationship with Doha.  Hoyer stated on Monday that Qatar should signal to Hamas that “repercussions” will ensue if the militant Palestinian group stalls “progress” toward releasing the

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Trump stops by Harlem bodega after second day of hush money trial

Former President Trump on Tuesday visited a bodega in Harlem after getting out of court for the day, highlighting how he’s seeking to balance his time as both a criminal defendant and the presumptive Republican nominee for president. Trump stopped by the bodega, where supporters had gathered and greeted him with chants of “four more

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Braves All-Star Ozzie Albies lands on IL with broken toe from hit-by-pitch

The Atlanta Braves placed All-Star second baseman Ozzie Albies on the injured list Tuesday with a broken big toe on his right foot. Albies suffered the injury Monday night against the Houston Astros. Astros starter Spencer Arrighetti thew an inside curve ball that bounced off Albies’ right foot, sending Albies falling to the ground. Ozzie

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Brewers place Christian Yelich on IL due to back strain amid strong start

The Milwaukee Brewers will have to continue their strong start without former MVP Christian Yelich. The team announced Tuesday that they placed Yelich on the 10-day injured list due to a lower back strain, retroactive to April 13. Utility man Owen Miller was called up from Triple-A Nashville in a corresponding move. OF Christian Yelich

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MOHELA Senate Hearing: What Student Loan Borrowers Should Know

A group of Democratic U.S. senators recently questioned student loan experts and stakeholders about the performance of MOHELA, a student loan servicer that has been in the spotlight for allegations that it mismanaged the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program and provided poor customer service to student loan borrowers. On April 10, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth

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Nike, Team USA athletes defend controversial Olympic track & field outfits

(Courtesy Nike) NEW YORK, N.Y. — Nike got scorched by the first social media brush fire of the 2024 Paris Olympics, and Olympians past and present are coming to the apparel giant’s defense. Nike introduced its Olympic uniforms for Team USA and other nations on Thursday at a Paris event. A single image of one

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Biden set to deny approval for mining company's road through Alaskan wilderness

The Biden administration will deny federal approval to a metallurgical mining company’s proposed industrial road through parts of northwestern Alaska, two sources familiar with the process confirmed to The Hill. One of the sources, who asked to speak on background, confirmed that the official statement of “no action” from the Interior Department could come as

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