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The U.S. women's soccer team is advancing to the semifinals of the Tokyo Olympics after defeating the Netherlands in a tight match that went to a penalty kick shootout.Sarah McCammon
Today’s headlines: 'Black Widow' star Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over streaming strategy, you can finally upgrade your PS5’s storage but it’s a little complicated, and we have been collectively rickrolled over a billion times on Youtube.
There are no more provincial rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. The government says it is relying on people's personal responsibility now. Alberta is following our lead and will stop requiring people to isolate after they test positive in a couple of weeks. To talk more about the provincial government's handling of restriction…
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President Biden is encouraging federal workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or face new rules over masking and testing. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Surgeon General Vivek Murthy about the rules.KUOW Staff
A live killer whale stranded on the Southeast Alaska beach; Alaska’s new ranked-choice voting system is legal; State health officials are encouraging even fully vaccinated Alaskans to wear masks; The largest Alaska earthquake since 1965 caused a tsunami warning along the Alaska coast.
Many of those views may have been involuntary. Rick-rolling, for those who don't know, is when you prank people by sending them a link to that song, disguised as something else.KUOW Staff
Daley shared on Instagram that he knitted a cozy for his medal to keep it from getting scratched — a Union Jack on one side and a Japanese flag on the other. He says knitting helps keep him grounded.KUOW Staff
CDC document reveals the danger of the delta variant. Defrocked Cardinal McCarrick is charged with sexually assaulting a teen. The Taliban is executing Afghans who worked with foreign troops.KUOW Staff
As NPR marks 50 years, we're looking back at an event that changed the celebrity fundraiser: The Concert for Bangladesh, which took place on Aug. 1, 1971.KUOW Staff
The spread of the Delta variant is renewing pressure on private employers to encourage their workers to get vaccinated. Most aren't yet because of morale, political divisions and a tight labor market.Steve Inskeep