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Candidate for Congress to continue campaign after car crash

(Reuters) – South Carolina Republican congressional candidate Katie Arrington was released from the hospital on Friday, two weeks after she broke her back and several ribs in a car crash, and vowed to continue her campaign after some rest. FILE PHOTO: A headshot of Katie Arrington is seen in this …

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Summer's sexiest swimsuit trend

Ditch the bikini and try a trendy one-piece, instead.  (iStock) This summer, ditch the string bikini and grab the season’s trendiest swimsuit: the one-piece. Equally as sexy as a bikini, the one-piece has become the go-to style for every celeb, whether they’re at the beach, lounging by the pool or …

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Thai cave rescue could happen 'today or tomorrow'

A diver who has volunteered to help get 12 boys and their football coach out of a cave complex in Thailand has said the rescue could happen “today or tomorrow”. Ivan Karadzic told Sky News he expected the mission to take place “very soon”. He also said the “mood has …

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The future of Ethereum looks bright

In what amounted to one of the most far-reaching and interesting conversations at TC Sessions in Zug, Ethereum masterminds Vitalik Buterin, Justin Drake, and Karl Floersch spoke openly – and often candidly – about a bright future for Ethereum scaling and, more interestingly, their way to build teams that work. …

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Nurse bailed in UK baby deaths investigation

A nurse who was arrested on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of six other infants at a British hospital has been bailed pending further inquiries, Cheshire Police said. Lucy Letby, 28, was arrested on Tuesday as part of the “highly complex and very sensitive investigation” …

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