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EU Agrees to $60 Price Cap for Russian Oil, Allowing Buyers to Access Insurance

The European Union agreed to put a price cap on Russian oil at $60 a barrel, paving the way for a wider Group of Seven deal, according to a Polish diplomat. The price is higher than where Russia already sells …
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Officials: No Altitude Advice Before Dallas Air Show Crash

DALLAS (AP) _ Just before a midair collision that killed six at a Dallas air show, a group of historic fighter planes was told to fly ahead of a formation of bombers without any prior plan for coordinating altitude, according …
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9,000 Hens Killed in Missouri After Latest Case of Avian Flu

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Nearly 9,000 laying hens in Webster County were killed after federal officials confirmed an outbreak of bird flu in the flock, state agriculture officials said. It is the 11th case of the highly contagious avian …
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Minneapolis Reaches $600K Settlement With 12 hurt in George Floyd Protests

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The city of Minneapolis has reached a $600,000 settlement with 12 protesters who were injured during demonstrations after the May 2020 police killing of George Floyd, the American Civil Liberties Union announced Wednesday. The agreement, which also …
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Ex-Student Alleges Abuse at Missouri Military Boarding School

MEXICO, Mo. (AP) _ A former student at the Missouri Military Academy alleges in a lawsuit that school administrators did nothing to stop routine beatings he suffered at the school. The student filed a personal injury lawsuit this week against …
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Employee Claims Google Fired Him Over Refusing Sex Advance, Failure to Be ‘Inclusive’

A former Google employee is suing the technology company claiming he was fired in retaliation for refusing another employee’s sexual advances and for not being “inclusive” in his team hiring. Ryan Olohan, who worked in Manhattan for Google, filed suit …
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Reckitt Expects U.S. Infant Formula Shortage Until Spring

The near year-long infant formula shortage in the United States that prompted the intervention of the White House is likely to “persist” until spring, according to Reckitt Benckiser, the maker of what is now the biggest brand in the market, …
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Pilot Cited ‘Rigging Issue’ Before Small Plane Crashed in Pennsylvania

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. (AP) — Federal investigators say the pilot of a small experimental plane spoke of a problem with the aircraft shortly before it went down in a northeastern Pennsylvania farm last month, killing himself and another person. Authorities …
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Report Shows California Gun Data Breach Was Unintentional

California’s Department of Justice mistakenly posted the names, addresses and birthdays of nearly 200,000 gun owners on the internet because officials didn’t follow policies or understand how to operate their website, according to an investigation released this week. The investigation, …
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Marsh McLennan Acquires McDonald Zaring in Washington

Marsh McLennan Agency acquired McDonald Zaring Insurance in Walla Walla, Washington. McDonald Zaring Insurance serves individuals and businesses across all industries and sizes, including agri-business, wineries, financial institutions, health clinics and contractors. Marsh McLennan Agency, or MMA, is a subsidiary …
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2022 Hurricane Season Ends But Was the Third-Costliest on Record, Thanks to Ian

An Atlantic hurricane season that had 14 named storms officially ended on Wednesday, leaving residents in the Florida Keys to celebrate even as others around Florida and Puerto Rico continue to grapple with the damage caused by Hurricanes Ian, Nicole …
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EU Takes ‘First Step’ to Certify Removals of Carbon Dioxide From Atmosphere

The European Union set out plans on Wednesday to certify removals of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, while leaving key details to be worked out later – including how these removals will be counted towards EU climate change targets. The …
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