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America added 678,000 jobs in February

Forecasting the pace of the recovery has been tough, and many economists have got their predictions very wrong over the past two years. For the February jobs report set to be released on Friday, experts say they are expecting robust job growth. But what if they got it wrong yet again?

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Dick Van Dyke's still got it

Dick Van Dyke is starring in a new music video released by Arlene & the Vantastix, his wife Arlene Silver's band.

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Some US Marines contradict Pentagon account of Kabul attack

Newly released testimony from US military survivors of the August 26 attack at Kabul airport has cast doubt on the findings of the Pentagon's investigation into the incident, which concluded that nobody was hit by gunfire in its aftermath.

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Opinion: Neil Young is still searching

"You keep me searchin' and I'm growing old," sang Neil Young in one of his most famous hits, released 50 years ago. "Keep me searchin' for a heart of gold." There was a flash of that quest for a better world last week when the 76-year-old rocker took a stand against Covid-19 vaccine misinformation.

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READ: Breyer's letter announcing his retirement

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer formally notified President Joe Biden of his intent to retire at the end of this year's Supreme Court term in a letter released Thursday.

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READ: January 6 committee letter to Rep. Kevin McCarthy

The House select committee investigating the January 6 riot is asking Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to voluntarily provide information to the panel, a major development in the sweeping investigation, according to a new letter released Wednesday.

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Opinion: Even Canadians fear US democracy could end soon

"The United States is coming to an end. The question is how." Those are the jarring opening lines of Canadian author Stephen Marche's new book, "The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future." Released the same week as the anniversary of the January 6 attack on our Capitol that signaled how dangerous our political polarization has become, Marche's book shares different scenarios of how the United States could collapse.

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