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Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida’s southeastern coast, known for its beaches and boating canals. The Strip is a promenade running along oceanside highway A1A. It’s lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. Other attractions include the International Swimming Hall of Fame, with pools and a museum of memorabilia, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, featuring trails and a lagoon.

Injuries keep piling up on Marlins as Burger exits in third inning of loss to Mets

MIAMI — American Heritage graduate Mark Vientos had his first career multi-homer game and the New York Mets beat the Miami Marlins 8-3 on Wednesday night. Kodai Senga threw six innings of two-run ball while Brett Baty also went deep for the Mets, who clinched the three-game series against the playoff-contending Marlins. Miami began Wednesday one half game from the third NL wild card spot. Senga (12-7) gave up seven hits, struck out three and walked two. The rookie from Japan has allowed two runs or less in his last eight starts. Marlins infielder Luis Arraez missed his second straight game because...

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Messi returns, but departs with apparent injury as Inter Miami rout Toronto to continue push for MLS playoff spot

Lionel Messi returned to Inter Miami’s lineup on Wednesday night. It was a short-lived comeback, however, but his team rolled after he departed in the first half. Messi was subbed off in the 37th minute of Inter Miami’s match against Toronto, after spending a few minutes laboring with what appeared to be a leg issue. Miami came up big without him, winning 4-0 to move within five points of the final playoff spot in Major League Soccer’s Eastern Conference. Robert Taylor, who came on for Messi, had two goals and an assist. But Messi’s status overshadowed all that. The 36-year-old Messi had missed...

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General Daily Insight for September 21, 2023

General Daily Insight for September 21, 2023 There’s an underlying current of potency to the day, potentially carrying us all away. The Sun is making one of its two annual trines to Pluto at 1:21 am EDT, and despite its diminutive size, Pluto can bring out our most intense selves. It could be hard to hold back when the Moon in garrulous Sagittarius squares Mercury! Thankfully, once Luna sextiles Mars and trines Venus, one right after the other, we should be able to smooth any ruffled feathers with ease. Aries March 21 – April 19 Your ambitions are reaching an all-time high. The Sun in your...

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Remote Work Is Changing How Some Buyers Search for Their Dream Homes

The way Americans work has changed in recent years, and remote work is at the forefront of this shift. Experts say it’ll continue to be popular for years to come and project that 36.2 million Americans will be working remotely by 2025. To give you some perspective, that’s a 417% increase compared to the pre-pandemic years when there were just 7 million remote workers.If you’re in the market to buy a home and you work remotely either full or part-time, this trend is a game-changer. It can help you overcome some of today’s affordability and housing inventory challenges.How Remote Work Helps...

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Jake Burger hits game-winning single in ninth, Marlins beat Mets after blowing late lead

MIAMI — Jake Burger hit a game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 4-3 on Tuesday night after blowing a late lead. Josh Bell had an early RBI double and Braxton Garrett did not allow an earned run in six stellar innings for the Marlins, who began the day a half-game out of the final NL wild-card spot. All-Star infielder Luis Arraez, who leads the majors with a .354 batting average, was a late scratch from Miami’s lineup because of a left ankle sprain. Marlins manager Skip Schumaker said Arraez stepped on a baseball during pregame drills. Miami...

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General Daily Insight for September 20, 2023

General Daily Insight for September 20, 2023 There is so much to explore! The Moon begins the day in deep-thinking Scorpio with a trine to mystical Neptune, opening our minds, while a lunar sextile to Pluto will encourage us to plumb our own depths. The Moon will bound into boundless Sagittarius at 10:06 am EDT, opening our sails to catch the cosmic wind. One final square between the Moon and stern Saturn may force us to confront some of our limitations, but with a little effort, we can fly far beyond them. Aries March 21 – April 19 Your adventurous side is vital, Aries. As Luna enters your...

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Are college coaches using mental health waivers for their own selfish benefit? | Commentary

No, Mack Brown, shame on you. Shame on you and your hypocritical coaching colleagues for seemingly exploiting and perhaps even inventing a player’s mental health issues to skirt the NCAA’s multiple transfer rules. Brown, North Carolina’s football coach, had a well-choreographed temper tantrum recently when the NCAA denied the immediate eligibility waiver of Tar Heels transfer receiver Tez Walker. NCAA rules allow players to transfer once without sitting out a year while they are undergraduates, but since Walker has transferred twice before he needed a waiver to play this season. After Gators...

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Your Home Equity Can Offset Affordability Challenges

Are you thinking about selling your house? If so, today’s mortgage rates may be making you wonder if that’s the right decision. Some homeowners are reluctant to sell and take on a higher mortgage rate on their next home. If you’re worried about this too, know that even though rates are high right now, so is home equity. Here’s what you need to know.Bankrate explains exactly what equity is and how it grows:“Home equity is the portion of your home that you’ve paid off and own outright. It’s the difference between what the home is worth and how much is still owed on your mortgage. As your home’s...

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India rejects allegations of Canada’s prime minister in the slaying of a Sikh activist as absurd

By ROB GILLIES (Associated Press) TORONTO (AP) — India’s foreign ministry on Tuesday rejected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegations in the slaying of a Sikh activist as “absurd and motivated.” The ministry’s statement added that Trudeau made similar allegations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the recent G20 summit, which it also rejected. “Such unsubstantiated allegations seek to shift the focus from Khalistani terrorists and extremists, who have been provided shelter in Canada and continue to threaten India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” the statement noted, adding...

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Five Americans detained in Iran walk free, released in deal for frozen Iranian assets

By JON GAMBRELL, LUJAIN JO and MATTHEW LEE (Associated Press) DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Five Americans detained for years in Iran walked off a plane and into freedom Monday, most arm-in-arm, as part of a politically risky deal that saw President Joe Biden agree to the release of nearly $6 billion in frozen Iranian assets owed by a third country, South Korea. The successful negotiations for the Americans’ freedom brought Biden profuse thanks from their families but heat from Republican presidential rivals and other opponents for the monetary arrangement with one of America’s top adversaries. “Today,...

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