Yet another vaccinated NY Yankees member is positive for the virus

Yet another vaccinated NY Yankees member is positive for the virus


Yet another vaccinated NY Yankees member is positive for the virus

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone
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According to New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone, yet another team staff member has become infected with the virus, even after being vaccinated against it. 

“We’re just doing the best we can with it,” said Aaron Boone. “Fortunately, he’s another one that feels good. So we’ll just continue to try and be vigilant and handle it as best we can.”

This employee is the ninth team member to test positive, even after receiving the Johnson & Johnson shot, Boone said. In addition to five staff members, the team’s shortstop, pitching coach, third base coach, and first base coach have all become infected.

How is the CDC director reacting to the team’s outbreak, and what happens next for them?

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What could an AT&T’s WarnerMedia and Discovery merger mean for your wallet?

We may be seeing a new merger between the two as soon as today. 

The likely structure of the deal will combine Discovery with all of WarnerMedia, which will become a new publicly traded company co-owned by AT&T and Discovery shareholders.

You may remember WarnerMedia from its previous name, Time Warner, since renamed after AT&T bought the company out in 2018. 

What are the companies worth and is there profit to be made?

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Sunday was the deadliest day for the Israel and Gaza conflict

An explosion in Gaza after an Israeli airstrike
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The conflict in the Middle East continues to worsen, as Palestinian and Israeli forces continue to trade attacks. 

Sunday marked the deadliest day of the conflict yet, with more than 40 people reportedly killed in Gaza. The deaths were the result of multiple airstrikes carried out in the area by Israeli forces. 

The attacks were the latest move by Israel in a string of airstrikes aimed at Palenstinians over the last several days. Israel’s airstrikes were in direct response to a barrage of rockets that were fired at Israel by Hamas. Palestinian forces have fired more than 3000 rockets at Israel since the conflict began.  

United Nations officials issued a stark warning to both Israeli and Palestinian forces and said the conflict could result in dire consequences. What exactly did UN officials have to say about the violence? 

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Make this summer the best one yet

All hacks are great, but summer hacks have got to be the best hacks of all. When the hot weather arrives, all you want to do is enjoy it, but things like bug bites, sand in shoes, and warm wine can take the edge off of things somewhat.

From keeping your drinks cold to keeping mosquitos away to creating your own spa experience, here are some of the best hacks to try this summer. Grab your flip-flops and your sunscreen and enjoy the best summer of your life.

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An update on this six-year fight for student loan cancellation

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona speaks at the White House in March.
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Students in Massachusetts defrauded by the defunct for-profit chain Corinthian Colleges were granted a full discharge of their debt in June. Courts rebuked former education secretary Betsy DeVos’s attempt to block their request for relief.

The Trump administration appealed the decision, bringing the order to a standstill. 

“When Biden was elected, I was like, ‘Yes, here is someone who has heard about our fight, who heard about our struggles. He’ll take care of this,” said Amanda Kulka, 33, who owes $10,000 in federal student loans.

But her fight still isn’t over, despite the puzzling nature of Biden’s continued defense of the Trump-era lawsuit.

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