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America’s commercial casinos won $66.5 billion from gamblers in 2023, the industry’s best year ever, according to new figures released by its national trade association.
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CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) – Aid organizations fear a new humanitarian crisis in the restive eastern Congo region, where the renowned armed rebel group M23 is in the midst of a new advance that threatens to cut off a major city and leave millions of people struggling for food and medical help.
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More than two billion people on Earth profess to be Christian. In other words, nearly every third person believes he is following Jesus Christ and the Bible.

Dominant in Western nations, Christianity is the world’s most popular religion, appearing in all sorts of shapes, sizes and varieties.

Huston Smith, author of The World’s Religions, described the world of Christianity this way: “From the majestic pontifical High Mass in St. Peter’s to the quiet simplicity of a Quaker meeting; from the intellectual sophistication of Saint Thomas Aquinas to the moving simplicity of spirituals such as ‘Lord, I want to be a Christian’; from St. Paul’s in London, the parish Church of Great Britain, to Mother Teresa in the slums of Calcutta—all this is Christianity.”

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Mental health care, emergency responses and the detection of contraband drugs and weapons are all lacking, according to the latest watchdog report on the federal Bureau of Prisons.

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For most, the “money struggle” is constant, and the pressure can seem unbearable. How can you find relief?
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  • AMERICAS
Nearly two-thirds of American Jews feel less secure in the U.S. than they did a year ago, according to a new national survey.
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Arms outstretched, a bearded Moses stands before a parted Red Sea, wooden staff in hand. Sandal-wearing Israelites make their way through a path between the walls of water. An angry Egyptian army follows closely behind.
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  • EDUCATION
Widely varying guidance on when to keep children home has led to confusion, which many see as a factor in the nationwide epidemic of chronic school absences.
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  • WEATHER & ENVIRONMENT
Songbirds, sea turtles, whales and other migratory animals move to different environments with changing seasons and are imperiled by habitat loss, illegal hunting and other factors.
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“These incidents can affect everything from patient care to payroll,” said cybersecurity analyst Brett Callow. “Fully recovering can take months, it’s not simply a matter of flicking a switch and everything comes back on.”
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The world has entered an era of increasing instability as countries around the globe boost military spending in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Hamas attack on Israel and China’s growing assertiveness in the South China Sea, the report said.
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The smell of baked haddock wafts through a parish as local families attend a church-sponsored Friday night dinner together. Heaps of coleslaw, macaroni salad and mashed potatoes fill diners’ plates, yet no trace of meat products such as beef are to be found.
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A record number of Americans are struggling with unaffordable rent increases—a crisis fueled by rising prices from inflation, a shortage of affordable housing and the end of pandemic relief.
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A more hands-off parenting trend has emerged in response to years of society favoring a micromanaging “helicopter” approach. Here’s what you need to know to strike a healthy balance.
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  • HEALTH ISSUES
Learning to get a better night of rest provides far-reaching benefits for mental and physical health, and your overall quality of life.
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The shift reflects the growing tensions between Washington and Beijing as well as U.S. efforts to import from countries that are friendlier and closer to home.
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  • GEOPOLITICS
Interviews with more than two dozen current and former U.S. officials found that American military logistics in the Pacific is one of the greatest U.S. vulnerabilities in any potential conflict over Taiwan.
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Many immigrants are willing to risk everything to pursue what the United States has to offer. There is a deeper reason for this…
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As India's global ambitions expand, it is beginning to flex its naval power in international waters, including anti-piracy patrols and a widely publicized deployment close to the Red Sea.

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