Sport

Filipowski has returned to the game after being injured during a court-storming incident and his performance helped No. 10 Duke defeat Louisville 84-59. This news comes from an article on WRALSportsFan.com.

The article was written by Bob Sutton, an Associated Press employee. DURHAM, N.C. Kyle Filipowski returned to the starting lineup just four days after injuring his knee, and had a solid performance with nine points, 10 rebounds, and six assists as No. 10 Duke defeated Louisville 84-59 on Wednesday night in Durham, North Carolina. Unfortunately,

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Technology News

— “I can not reword”

In Dubai on Wednesday, pilots lined up on a runway and started their seven jet engines with a loud noise. However, they weren’t getting ready to fly a plane – they were the plane itself. This city-state in the United Arab Emirates, known for being home to the world’s tallest building and other wonders, hosted

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Science News

The American moon module is still operational despite suffering damage to its leg and falling. However, its functioning may not last much longer.

Company officials reported on Wednesday that the initial private American spacecraft that landed on the moon suffered a broken leg upon touchdown and was at risk of losing power. The photos were released on Wednesday by Intuitive Machines, the company responsible for constructing the lander. These images, taken six days after the landing, revealed that

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Health Care

The proprietors of a retirement facility in St. Louis, which closed suddenly, are being charged with a penalty of over $55,000 by the federal government.

The federal government has imposed a penalty of $55,000 after the biggest nursing home in St. Louis shut down unexpectedly. However, experts predict that the actual amount collected will be less. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the owners of Northview Village received a letter from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services notifying

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Health Care

The GOP prevents the passing of a Senate proposal to safeguard access to in vitro fertilization services across the country.

Senate Republicans have prevented the passing of a bill that would safeguard the ability to use in vitro fertilization. They refused to vote on the matter on Wednesday, despite the outcry following a decision by the Alabama Supreme Court that endangers this procedure. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, a Republican from Mississippi, opposed Senator Tammy Duckworth’s, a

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Science News

Officials from the Russian space agency announce that the air leak at the International Space Station does not pose a threat to its crew.

Officials from Russia’s space program have confirmed that there is still an air leak in the Russian section of the International Space Station, but they have stated that it does not pose a threat to the crew. The state corporation Roscosmos reported that experts were overseeing the leak and the team routinely addresses potential areas

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Health Care

The FDA announced that fast-food packing materials with PFAS are no longer available for purchase in the United States.

The Food and Drug Administration stated on Wednesday that fast-food containers and packaging that contain persistent chemicals will no longer be sold in the United States. This was achieved through a collaborative attempt with American food companies to eliminate PFAS-containing packaging materials that come into contact with food. PFAS refers to perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances

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