SAO PAULO, July 21 (Reuters) - Brazilian federal police are monitoring 100 people for possible links to terrorism groups, mostly in Brazil's tri-border region with Paraguay and Argentina, a presidential palace source said on Thursday. The source said the 10 arrests made on Thursday for preparing acts of terror during next month's Olympics involved cooperation with U.S. and other foreign intelligence agencies. (Reporting by Anthony Boadle and Alonso Soto; Writing by Caroline Stauffer; Editing by Daniel Flynn)
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The summit of Mount Washington, New Hampshire, dropped to a mark that is likely the lowest wind chill ever recorded in the United States.
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Evacuations were ordered near a railroad crossing in a small eastern Ohio town Friday night after a train derailed and there was a fire, officials said.
Two Tennessee Democrats blasted the bill that could christen a stretch of the street named for the late civil rights icon "President Donald Trump Boulevard."
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Mo Bamba and Austin Rivers got into it by the Magic bench.
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Dean Devlin explains why 'The Ark' isn't 'woke' sci-fi: 'There's an attempt to politicize everything now'
Devlin says that his new Syfy series is the opposite of the "dark, edgy" shows that have been popular in recent years.
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SEARSPORT, Maine — In 2019, when Celine Kelley’s daughter was born, there were 13 births and 31 deaths in the coastal town of Searsport, Maine — a familiar phenomenon in a state where deaths had outpaced births for more than a decade. But the pandemic brought a countervailing force. Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire have seen an uptick in new residents arriving from other states, more than 50,000 across the three states since April 2020, even as other Northeastern states — and especially large me
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Bill Murray Walks Into a Members-Only NFT Party: I Thought It Was the 'National Federation of Tennis’
The actor first's NFT event was "far more fun" than a family picnic, he told Decrypt—and holders appeared to agree. But can it be replicated?
Americans born in the postwar boom are entering their golden years. Despite the financial success of their careers, a disturbing number aren’t prepared for the financial challenges ahead.
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A Google engineer found out she had been laid off while she was on vacation when her boss sent her a LinkedIn message
A laid-off Google engineer told Insider she had already been planning to leave because of cuts to perks and increased performance pressure.
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An Ohio couple reportedly supplied neo-Nazi curriculum to home-schooling parents. State law makes that hard to prevent.
The couple first sparked dating rumors in late 2020
Amy Robach And T.J. Holmes Are Officially Gone From GMA, But That Doesn't Mean They're About To Get Hired Somewhere Else
Ex-GMA3 co-hosts Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are no longer at ABC, but they aren't likely to land anywhere else anytime soon.
"Thank You, Hawai'i for Loving us back! ❤️🌺🌴," Lachey, 42, captioned the post
Federal agents discovered a dumpster filled with almost 250 working rifles and shotguns in Oklahoma, and allege that a man was given 2 free shotguns to hang on his wall
A gun store owner may have improperly disposed of the weapons and his staff may have given a man two shotguns for free with no background check.
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Northeasterners hunkering down in their homes amid this weekend's dangerously cold forecast can look forward to the 30s and 40s on Sunday
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I worked as a paralegal by day and had a secret side hustle as a stripper by night. I felt like Clark Kent living a double life.
Raven Inferno, a 27-year-old paralegal, was secretly moonlighting as a stripper at night so she could afford to rent a home by herself.
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U.S. defense officials on Thursday said they were tracking a suspected spy balloon flying over Montana, home to a nuclear missile silo field.
Honda is again instructing drivers of its older cars to get their deadly Takata airbags replaced for free as part of an ongoing safety recall.
"Don't Ever Do It — It's Never Worth It": 17 People Share The IRL Money Mistake That Cost Them Dearly
"At the end of the day, it was just a job. It wasn’t worth flushing my 20s down the drain and accumulating a mountain of debt for. I’m finally in a good spot in life now, but I don’t think the sacrifices I made to get here were worth it."
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Preston Hemphill, the white Memphis Police officer who was one of the first cops to confront Tyre Nichols, was fired from the force, the Memphis Police Department announced Friday evening. Hemphill encountered the 29-year-old during a traffic stop on Jan. 7 and allegedly deployed his Taser during the confrontation. In his own body camera video, Hemphill is seen chasing Nichols down the road, but then turns back to the scene of the initial traffic stop.