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Vegas casinos hit with cyber attack

Casino company Caesars Entertainment has joined Las Vegas gambling rival MGM Resorts International in reporting a recent cyberattack. (Sep 15)

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“Neighbours” returns to the small screen, two years since the final episode aired. The beloved show about the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street in Erinsborough, Australia, finds a new home on Amazon Freevee. (Sept. 16)

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Atlantic storm Lee brought high winds, rough surf and torrential rains to a large swath of New England before making landfall on Saturday in Nova Scotia, Canada. (Sept. 16)

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Across the country, more and more vertical farms - indoor operations meant to grow fresh food more locally - are going up even as more and more are coming down. (Sept. 17) (AP Video: Joshua A. Bickel and Kendria LaFleur, produced by Joshua A. Bickel)

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Blind Ukrainian veteran begins new chapter

Blinded by a Russian mortar shell, Ukrainian veteran Ivan Soroka couldn’t see his bride when she walked into his family home in a shoulderless white dress, a bouquet of white flowers in her right hand, but when Vladislava Ryabets, 25, stepped toward him, Soroka wept with joy at the new chapter of life starting months after enemy artillery stole his sight. (Sept. 15) (AP Video/Bela Szandelszky)

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In the name of the environment and sustainability, Starbuck’s iconic disposable cup may be on its way to extinction thanks to an unlikely force: Starbucks itself. It’s part of the company’s goals to to cut waste, water use and carbon emissions in half by 2030.(Sept. 15) (AP Video by Manuel Valdés and Peter Prengaman)

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Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton acquitted at impeachment trial

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been acquitted of all 16 articles of impeachment accusing him of misconduct, bribery and corruption. The verdict reaffirmed Paxton’s durability in America’s biggest red state. (Sept. 16)

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Diddy returns to music with ‘The Love Album’ | AP extended interview

Diddy is returning to doing what he loves. The self-described serial entrepreneur stepped away from boardrooms and into the studio over the past couple years to work on a new album. His fifth studio project, “The Love Album: Off the Grid,” features nearly 30 guests, including Mary J. Blige, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, H.E.R., Babyface, John Legend, Busta Rhymes, Summer Walker, Teyana Taylor, Coco Jones and Jazmine Sullivan. Diddy sat down with The Associated Press’ Jonathan Landrum Jr. to talk in this extended interview about why he’s back to making music, the concept behind the album, and where he’s finding joy.

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