The first authentic Pepe digital art yielded about a million dollars at auction last month. But that’s only the beginning.
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“Sports is one of the few places left in America where you get a lot of different people gathering under one tent.”
The Wizards guard has averaged 30.3 points per game in three straight losses to the 76ers.
The 76ers, after a Game 3 rout, look “championship ready,” while the Wizards look overmatched.
Neuroscience shows AgRP “hangry” neurons produce negative feelings along with hunger, as double motivation to find food.
Mohammed Choudhury was credited for transformational efforts in San Antonio and Dallas.
Virginia Transportation Secretary Shannon Valentine talks about how the state is emerging from the pandemic and tackling some of the most urgent questions in transportation, including climate…
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The exchange eventually led to a couple dozen families at the school of 270 students calling for a pastor’s removal over what they consider politically charged and racially insensitive remarks.
Scores of locations in the East had their coldest May 29 on record on Saturday.
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“I think we are getting pretty close to a fish-or-cut-bait moment,” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said, with weeks of talks and measured optimism from both sides yet to yield a compromise.
The French Open gets underway with top seed Ashleigh Barty in form and Serena Williams, 39, chasing a record 24th major title.
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Looking back on personal hard times can be painful, but it will help us to “know better, do better.”
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She went to visit her grandfather’s grave, but ended up at the cemetery for six hours to honor soldiers she’d never met. She’ll do it again this year.
This decision could signal follow-on rulings against other big polluters.