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One of the mightiest storms to hit the U.S. mainland in recent years, Ian flooded communities before plowing across the peninsula to the Atlantic seaboard. Local power companies said more than 2.5 million homes and businesses in Florida remained without power.
The right foods and a good strategy can make even the pickiest of eaters look forward to the midday meal.
The November 2021 $1 trillion infrastructure bill provides $5 billion to help states install EV chargers along interstate highways over five years. States now have access to more than $1.5 billion to help build EV chargers, USDOT said. The White House announced earlier this month it had approved 35 of the 50 state plans.
Amtrak workers are not involved in the labor dispute, but the railroad operates almost all of its 21,000 route miles outside the U.S. Northeast Corridor on track owned, maintained and dispatched by freight railroads.

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"Following further evaluation this morning, The Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty's health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision," the palace said in a statement.
The department determined that change was needed "to protect the lives and health of veterans" and the rule was meant to "avert imminent and future harm" to veterans
The White House is not involved in that probe of materials recovered during a search of Trump's Florida residence, the Biden administration said.
The heavily redacted affidavit about government documents at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate that was released on Friday contained some new details, though it did not unveil any major revelations. Nevertheless, the affidavit could help explain why the Justice Department sought court approval for an Aug. 8 search at the Florida resort.
Lori McClintock, the wife of U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock, death was caused by “adverse effects of white mulberry leaf ingestion,” according to a report from the Sacramento County coroner. McClintock’s death underscores the risks of the vast, booming market of dietary supplements and herbal remedies, which have grown into a $54 billion industry in the United States — one that both lawmakers and health care experts say needs more government scrutiny.

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