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Tom Brady says he dodged wife's retirement request

Tom Brady was just beginning to celebrate the Buccaneers' Super Bowl victory on the field in Tampa last month when his wife Gisele embraced him and asked "What more do you have to prove?," the veteran quarterback recalled on Tuesday.

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Bitcoin rally isn't enough to dethrone the dollar

The price of Bitcoin has soared this week while the US dollar -- the world's number one reserve currency -- tumbled. Could this be the beginning of the end of the greenback's reign?

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Opinion: A year into the pandemic, health care workers have a new source of hope

Last week, a Covid-19 patient of mine told me he is finally going home after four months in the hospital. His tracheostomy tube has been taken out and he's breathing on his own. He's finally able to walk again, with some help. It's a new beginning for him and as he wished me a happy New Year, I felt hopeful for the first time in a long time.

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Pelosi expected to send article of impeachment to Senate next week

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to send the House's impeachment article to the Senate next week, according to a source familiar with her thinking, which will kickstart the beginning of the trial, though Pelosi would not say publicly Friday when she will do so.

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Impeachment ramifications are just beginning to unfold

The historic and rapid second impeachment of President Donald Trump came and went in a week. But the larger ramifications of the House's decision to impeach the President in his final days in office are just beginning to unfold.

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Analysis: Second impeachment trial hangs over Biden and GOP

Donald Trump's unique second impeachment sealed history's verdict on a corrupt and disgraced presidency. But the political endgame of this tragic saga is only now beginning and will decide the extent of America's recovery from his malevolent term.

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