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Opinion: Why the cavalry isn't coming to Ukraine's side

The world is aghast at the horror taking place in Ukraine. Urban centers are being attacked. Civilians, including children, are being killed. All of it seemingly because Russian dictator Vladimir Putin decided he could swallow up a neighboring country.

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Opinion: An aging man decided to destroy the world

In London, a sister remembers her brother killed on Ukraine's frontline. In Glasgow, a truck driver gets a call from his wife in Lviv: war has arrived in their homeland. In New York, a poet who fled Odessa contemplates his mother tongue. And in Kyiv, a journalist bunkers down for the long haul.

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Blockbuster games await in the AFC and NFC Championships

Following an epic weekend of games during the NFL's divisional-round playoffs that saw all four games decided on the final play -- including possibly the greatest game in NFL Playoff history -- two spots will be up for grabs as four teams look to secure a ticket to next month's Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.

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Analysis: How Republicans are driving the national agenda, even though Democrats hold unified control of government

Republican-controlled state legislatures across the country are approving a wave of new voting restrictions on virtually party-line votes that require only a simple majority to pass. The US Supreme Court has likewise decided the key voting rights rulings that helped trigger this surge of state legislation on a party-line, majority-vote basis over the past decade.

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SCOTUS blocks vaccine mandate for big businesses

• Live updates: Biden 'disappointed' in Supreme Court ruling blocking his vaccine and testing mandate for large businesses • Watch: Why the Supereme Court decided against vaccine mandate

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5 tips for a successful 'dry January' any time of the year

There are lots of great reasons to decide to go "dry" in January and give up alcohol. Perhaps you imbibed a bit too much over the holidays, or want to start a diet or exercise routine and can't afford the calories or the zap in energy and motivation that drinking can bring.

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Opinion: Checkmate! Putin has the West cornered

As 2022 nears, the West is trying to figure out Russian President Vladimir Putin's next move on a complex geopolitical chessboard -- and preparing an "aggressive package" of sanctions, should he decide to make another land grab in Ukraine.

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You get lost in the wilderness. Do you know how to survive?

After camping in Oregon in May, Harry Burleigh spontaneously decided to venture off on a trail before returning home. What he expected would be a quick, out-and-back hike took a dramatic turn for the worse when he lost his way -- the start of the 17 days he had to survive in the Oregon wilderness while his wife, county authorities and volunteers looked for him.

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Analysis: How anti-Trump conservatives have fled Fox News

Former Fox News contributors Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes decided to leave the network last week. The two have long been concerned over former President Donald Trump falsely claiming the 2020 election was stolen. The publication of Tucker Carlson's falsehood-filled "Patriot Purge" on Fox Nation, about January 6, was the last straw.

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