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Biologists are using snakes with transmitters to catch invasive pythons in the Everglades (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Surgically implanted with radio transmitters, scout snakes can lead biologists to groups of reproductively active pythons. But tracking isn't easy.       
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Austin welcomes Australian Prime Minister Morrison (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin welcomed Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to the Pentagon for a meeting centered on bilateral issues, and the importance of the U.S.- Australian Alliance. (Sept. 22)       
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Church in a pub, politics at temple: Religious leaders are trying to win back the 'Nones' (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Religious leaders across the U.S. are using happy hours, barbecues and potlucks to reach the many Americans who left organized religion: the "Nones."       
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Americans are dying at almost 10 times the rate of July; US to provide 500M more doses to developing nations: COVID-19 updates (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
The US is reporting over 2,000 COVID-19 deaths a day. A panel of top vaccine experts is deciding who would be eligible for booster shots. Latest news.       
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AP Top Stories September 22 A (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Here's the latest for Wednesday, September 22: U.S. House approves debt and funding bill; Organizations aid Haitian migrants at Mexico's border; Chinese builder in debt jam to make bond payment; Horns burned in India to mark World Rhino Day. (Sept. 22)       
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Americans are using alcohol to cope with pandemic stress: Nearly 1 in 5 report 'heavy drinking' (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
More than 18 months into the pandemic, about 17% of respondents reported "heavy drinking" in the past 30 days, a new survey finds.       
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Teenage boy dies, another injured after drive-by shooting at bus stop in Louisville (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Two teenage boys were shot in a drive-by shooting Wednesday morning at a bus stop in Louisville, Kentucky.       
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Search continues for fiance Brian Laundrie after coroner determines Gabby Petito's death a homicide (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
The search for Brian Laundrie, the fiance of homicide victim Gabby Petito, reconvened Wednesday across Florida's vast Carlton Reserve wetland.       
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An indigenous woman disappeared in November. The FBI is offering $10,000 for information (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
The FBI is offering up to $10,000 for any information on Mary Johnson, an indigenous woman who went missing in Washington State.       
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Louisiana seafood industry wrecked by Ida (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Hurricane Ida has crippled Louisiana's seafood industry but shrimpers, crabbers, oyster farmers and anglers are vowing to bounce back yet again. (Sept. 22)       
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Rihanna takes time with album while unveiling lingerie line (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
While unveiling her latest lingerie line and accompanying TV special, Rihanna is teasing her next album, saying, "You're not going to expect what you hear." (Sept. 22)       
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Hanks welcomes press to 'the Parthenon' of movie museums (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Actor and academy trustee Tom Hanks opens the long-awaited Academy Museum of Motion Pictures to members of the media for a preview. (Sept. 22)       
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The day in pictures (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.       
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One in four Americans identify as 'Nones.' Why are millions leaving organized religion? (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Millions of American adults are leaving organized religion to join one of the fastest-growing movements in the U.S. Meet the "Nones."       
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Americans stood up to racism in 1961 and changed history. This is their fight, in their words. (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
In 1961, activists and civil rights groups banded together en masse like never before to end legal segregation and expand voting access.       
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'He's out cold now.' Police bodycam shows officers mocking unconscious man who later died (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Tony Timpa, who was off his mental health medication, initially called 911 saying he was afraid and needed help in 2016. He was pinned to the ground by Dallas police officers and fell unconscious before dying.       
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ShowBiz Minute: Garson, Jay-Z, Academy Museum (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
Beloved "Sex and the City" actor Willie Garson dies at 57; Jay-Z's organization seeks Kansas police agency's documents; Tom Hanks opens the delayed Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. (Sept. 22)       
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On This Day: 22 September 2002 (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
In 2002, Laura Zapata and Ernestina Sodi - sister of Mexican pop star Thalia - were kidnapped in Mexico. (Sept. 22)       
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The autumnal equinox marks the end of summer. But is it the start of fall or autumn? (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
As summer comes to an end, the next season starts. 'Fall' and 'autumn' are the two words to describe the breezy season, but which is most accurate?       
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Bronze bust unveiled at Burt Reynolds' gravesite (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
A plaque and a palm tree weren't enough to mark the swagger and star power of Burt Reynolds. That's why a bronze bust were unveiled on Monday, three years after the actor's death. (Sept. 22)       
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87-year-old California woman, a retired Los Angeles Sheriff's sergeant, found dead in freezer, authorities say (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
A retired Los Angeles County Sheriff's sergeant was found dead in a freezer after police said her family hadn't been able to reach her for months.       
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World leaders on COVID pandemic woes at UNGA (Tue, 21 Sep 2021)
World leaders at the U.N. General Assembly Tuesday sounded the alarm over vaccine shortages and how the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened economic recovery and widened inequality across the globe. (Sept. 21)       
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Today in History for September 22nd (Tue, 21 Sep 2021)
Highlights of this day in history: Nathan Hale hanged in the American Revolution; Iraq invades Iran; President Gerald Ford faces a second assassination attempt in weeks; 'Fiddler on the Roof' hits Broadway; Songwriter Irving Berlin dies. (Sept. 22)       
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Gabby Petito's death a 'homicide,' autopsy finds; search for Brian Laundrie intensifies (Tue, 21 Sep 2021)
The Teton County coroner in Wyoming did not disclose a cause of death "pending final autopsy results," the FBI said in a statement.       
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'Appalled': Border Patrol agents' treatment of Haitian migrants criticized by former officials (Tue, 21 Sep 2021)
Border Patrol agents on horseback play a different role than typical mounted officers. But experts were critical of the response at Del Rio.       
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Biden, Johnson bond over shared love of trains (Tue, 21 Sep 2021)
President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson bonded over a shared love of trains during an Oval Office meeting Tuesday. Johnson rode a train from New York City to Washington and joked that Biden is a "living deity" on Amtrak. (Sept. 21)       
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'Seven days of 1961,' a series on Americans that stood up to racism and changed history (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
USA TODAY's "Seven Days of 1961" retraces crucial moments that set in motion a new era of civil rights that informs social justice movements today       
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A sit-in by students at a whites-only lunch counter in 1961 led to 'jail-no-bail' strategy (Wed, 22 Sep 2021)
The Friendship Nine were sentenced to 30 days of hard labor on a chain gang and the "jail-no-bail" movement was born.       
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They tried to eat at a whites-only lunch counter in 1961. They were sentenced to a chain gang. (Tue, 21 Sep 2021)
In 1961, the "jail-no-bail" movement cost no money and helped highlight how much Black people were willing to sacrifice for equal rights.       
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This is America: 1961, the year young activists helped change the course of American history (Tue, 21 Sep 2021)
The year 1961 is a masterclass in how vulnerable Black Americans and their allies dared to challenge unjust laws and change U.S. history.       
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