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California to let Major League Baseball, Disneyland reopen

Baseball teams, event organizers and theme parks are not allowed to sell tickets to anyone living out of state as public health officials try to limit mixing while continuing to roll out coronavirus vaccinations.


Jump in hiring fuels optimism for US economic recovery

U.S. employers added a surprisingly robust 379,000 jobs last month in a sign the economy is strengthening as virus cases drop, vaccinations ramp up, Americans spend more and states ease business restrictions.

NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road; first trip goes 21 feet

The roundabout, back and forth drive lasted just 33 minutes and went so well that the six-wheeled rover was back on the move Friday.


House Armed Services Committee chairman calls F-35 fighter jet a 'rathole,' suggests Pentagon should cut its losses

Rep. Adam Smith said the F-35 "doesn't work particularly well" and is too expensive to maintain. He also bemoaned the U.S. military's long-term dependence on it.



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House committee to investigate whether extremist groups target veterans for recruitment

The investigation will dive into the role misinformation plays in drawing veterans toward extremist ideology and organizations, according to a statement from Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif., chairman of the House Veterans' Affairs committee.



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Fort Lee under consideration for housing unaccompanied migrant children

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is trying to find more housing solutions for the high number of migrant children entering the country across the U.S.-Mexico border during the coronavirus pandemic.


Two military families sue over mold in base housing at Naval Postgraduate School

Some military families have turned to the legal system to settle claims that many private companies contracted by the military to maintain and manage base housing have been negligent and force families to live in dangerous conditions.


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Fort Lee under consideration for housing unaccompanied migrant children

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is trying to find more housing solutions for the high number of migrant children entering the country across the U.S.-Mexico border during the coronavirus pandemic.


Two military families sue over mold in base housing at Naval Postgraduate School

Some military families have turned to the legal system to settle claims that many private companies contracted by the military to maintain and manage base housing have been negligent and force families to live in dangerous conditions.



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