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    Medina Spirit passes the first of three drug tests to race in the Preakness...

    Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit underwent three rounds of blood-sample testing between May 6 and May 11 -- and the first test showed the animal was clear of both prohibited and therapeutic substances, officials said Thursday.

    Letter written by Einstein featuring his famous equation goes up for auction

    A letter written by Albert Einstein that includes the world's most famous equation is being auctioned with an estimated worth of $400,000.

    Federal investigators say HUD Sec. Marcia Fudge violated the Hatch Act

    HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge was found to have violated the Hatch Act during a public appearance, according to independent investigators.      

    At least eight of Deshaun Watson's accusers have spoken to Houston police, attorney says

    Tony Buzbee, who represents the 22 women suing Texans QB Deshaun Watson, told a TV station that at least eight of his clients have spoken with police.      

    Army bases offering vaccine incentives but no military-wide policy for now

    At least three Army bases are now offering incentives for soldiers to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, including additional days off, gym access and reduced movement restrictions.

    Apple parts ways with newly hired employee after workers cite 'misogynistic' writing

    Apple parted ways with a new employee this week after thousands of workers petitioned the company to investigate how it hired the man, who had previously published an autobiography they said contains misogynistic statements.

    Missouri governor nixes voter-approved Medicaid expansion plan

    Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said Thursday that he will not expand Medicaid -- a change approved by voters and scheduled to start July 1 -- because lawmakers did not appropriate funding.

    Disney looking at mask requirement, theme park capacity after CDC says no masks for...

    After the CDC issued guidance that says fully vaccinated do not need to wear masks indoors and outdoors, Disney CEO said it was "very big news."      

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