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Ontario parents are less likely to get their children vaccinated against COVID-19, a survey says
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Ontario parents are less likely to get their children vaccinated against COVID-19, a survey says

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Two-thirds of Toronto parents ‘certain or somewhat likely’ to get young kids vaccinated against COVID-19, survey says Parents of children aged 0 to 17 are less likely to be at risk for COVID-19 infection,...

Federer’s Legacy: A Memoir of a Legend
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Federer’s Legacy: A Memoir of a Legend

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Roger Federer, a genius who made tennis look effortless and fun to watch, died Tuesday at age 65, his brother said. Federer was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in January 2014 and underwent surgery the...

Karen Bass, the first woman to lead Los Angeles, is a new hero
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Karen Bass, the first woman to lead Los Angeles, is a new hero

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Photos: Karen Bass elected as mayor, becoming first woman to lead L.A. When Karen Bass moved into her L.A. home in February, it was a fresh start and new adventure. She was greeted as...

The Man Who Never Wants to Live the Life He Wants to Live
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The Man Who Never Wants to Live the Life He Wants to Live

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An 'abnormal,' monsoon-like weather pattern hits Southern California in early June, and by July the region will be experiencing its driest June on record. "That's kind of insane, man." The comment came from Jeff,...

New tsunami hazard maps are now available to coastal communities in California
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New tsunami hazard maps are now available to coastal communities in California

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New tsunami hazard maps highlight threat facing seven California counties — even Napa County A new set of tsunami hazard maps are now available to coastal communities on the West Coast of the United...

Argentina’s World Cup victory is symbolic of Argentina’s return to normalcy
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Argentina’s World Cup victory is symbolic of Argentina’s return to normalcy

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Argentina breathes collective sigh of relief after victory against Japan and ends its three-year national nightmare Argentina was so angry, they had a word for it. They called it ‘El pánico’. The Argentines had...