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'Nothing about this is normal, especially since he's not only a former President but a billionaire,' a former top RNC official says

A pair of payments the Republican National Committee made to a law firm representing former President Donald Trump is raising questions among former and current GOP officials about the party's priorities in a critical election year and its ability to remain neutral -- as long-standing RNC rules require -- in the 2024 presidential primary.

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How to enjoy working out if you hate exercise

When my junior year of high school ended, I rejoiced. That meant the end of mandatory gym class. Not gifted athletically, I hated everything about sports and exercise -- the sweat, the hammering heart, the requirement to learn activities I had no interest in, like archery and square dancing. At the start of my senior year, I proudly pinned a button to my backpack that read, "Fight Physical Fitness."

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NYC's employee vaccine mandate is now in effect

With New York City's Covid-19 vaccine mandate in effect, some officials worry about what it could mean for first responders, groups of whom have strongly pushed back against the requirement.

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Texas' ban of vaccine mandates puts businesses in a difficult position

Corporate America cheered last month when President Joe Biden announced plans to require most larger businesses to mandate Covid vaccines or weekly tests for their workers, So Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's order prohibiting businesses from enforcing a vaccine mandate on their Texas-based employees puts companies in a difficult position.

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The powerful message behind 'Maid'

The new Netflix series "Maid" -- largely based on the bestselling memoir of the same name by Stephanie Land -- tells a story familiar to many mothers fighting to keep their heads above water. Fleeing a violent partner while trying to do right by her child, Alex (portrayed by Margaret Qualley) finds navigating the requirements of emergency shelters and public programs a Kafkaesque maze that adds to the trauma of her own poverty. "I need a job to prove that I need day care in order to get a job?" laments Alex while filing for child care subsidies. "What kind of f**kery is that?"

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