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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.

Carmakers and the United Auto Workers are talking. No signs of a breakthrough to end the strike

By DAVID KOENIG (AP Business Writer) The United Auto Workers and Detroit’s Big Three carmakers resumed talks aimed at ending a strike now in its fourth day, and under the threat that the walkout could soon spread. Stellantis said it resumed negotiations with the union Monday and described the talks as “constructive.” A spokesman for General Motors said representatives of the company and the United Auto Workers also were continuing to negotiate. However, UAW President Shawn Fain said on NPR, “We have a long way to go,” and if the companies don’t respond to the union’s demands, “then we will escalate...

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Are More Homes Coming onto the Market?

An important factor shaping today’s market is the number of homes for sale. And, if you’re considering whether or not to list your house, that’s one of the biggest advantages you have right now. When housing inventory is this low, your house will stand out, especially if it’s priced right.But there are some early signs that more listings are coming. According to the latest data, new listings (homeowners who just put their house up for sale) are trending up. Here’s a look at why this is noteworthy and what it may mean for you.More Homes Are Coming onto the Market than UsualIt’s well known that...

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General Daily Insight for September 18, 2023

General Daily Insight for September 18, 2023 There is a methodical rhyme and reason to this day. The Moon enters Scorpio at 12:58 am EDT for the next two days, encouraging us to read between the lines and think carefully before coming to any conclusions. While here, Luna forms a harmonious trine to masterful Saturn in Pisces, ensuring we’re connected to our work. Plus, a supportive lunar sextile to Mercury should make it easy for us to articulate whatever is on our minds. Progress can be achieved without stress. Aries March 21 – April 19 This is no time for doing things halfway. The Moon...

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Dolphins hold off Patriots in balanced road win to start 2-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — It didn’t take every one of 466 yards passing, like the opener. But it was quarterback Tua Tagovailoa taking what the defense gave him. It was the run game providing balance. And it was the Dolphins defense making a rebound from a Week 1 performance the unit wasn’t proud of and the final stop. The Miami Dolphins went into Gillette Stadium to take down the New England Patriots, 24-17, The Dolphins (2-0) have now won five of their last six in the division rivalry with the Patriots. They start a season with two road wins for the first time since 2013. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa...

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Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner removed from Rock Hall leadership after controversial comments

By MARK KENNEDY (AP Entertainment Writer) NEW YORK (AP) — Jann Wenner, who co-founded Rolling Stone magazine and also was a co-founder of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, has been removed from the hall’s board of directors after making disparaging comments toward Black and female musicians. He apologized within hours. “Jann Wenner has been removed from the Board of Directors of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation,” the hall said Saturday, a day after Wenner’s comments were published in a New York Times interview. Wenner created a firestorm doing publicity for his new book “The Masters,”...

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UCF rolls over Villanova in QB Timmy McClain’s debut

It’s been nearly two years since quarterback Timmy McClain last started a game, so forgive the 21-year-old if there was a bit of rust to his game. His last start came against UCF when the Sanford Seminole High product played for rival USF and he nearly led the Bulls to an upset win. McClain was back at FBC Mortgage Stadium on Saturday night, but this time with the Knights after transferring last year. He was thrust into the starting job after John Rhys Plumlee suffered a leg injury in the team’s win at Boise State last week. This time, he was on the winning end as UCF jumped out to a 34-0 halftime...

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Florida earns significant SEC-opening win against Tennessee

GAINESVILLE — Quarterback Graham Mertz could not miss, Trevor Etienne could not be contained and Tennessee’s high-powered offense could not contend with an inspired, sold-out Swamp as the Gators seized control and then held on for an SEC-opening win. It added up to a 29-16 decision against No. 11 Vols and a long-awaited SEC signature win for embattled coach Billy Napier. Coach Josh Heupel’s Vols’ rallied but could not overcome mistakes and missed opportunities. An offsides penalty by defensive tackle Kurott Garland with UF facing fourth-and-1 from its 34-yard line extended the Gators’ drive...

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General Daily Insight for September 17, 2023

General Daily Insight for September 17, 2023 It’s an undeniably fabulous day. Luxurious Venus and expansive Jupiter are coming into a combustible square at 2:10 am EDT, so our desires to enjoy ourselves will be positively off the charts. Meanwhile, the Moon in fair-minded Libra will form a pair of back-to-back quincunxes to rebellious Uranus and mystical Neptune, so reality will be the last thing on our minds. It’s important to avoid going overboard, particularly once the Moon makes one last square to Pluto and turns up the intensity of nearly everything. Aries March 21 – April 19 It could...

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Prosecutors seek narrow gag order on Trump in federal election case after ‘inflammatory’ comments

By ERIC TUCKER (Associated Press) WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors are seeking an order that would prevent Donald Trump from making “inflammatory” and “intimidating” comments about witnesses, lawyers and other people involved in the criminal case charging the former president with scheming to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Special counsel Jack Smith’s team said in a motion filed Friday that such a “narrow, well-defined” order was necessary to preserve the integrity of the case and to avoid prejudicing potential jurors. Prosecutors had foreshadowed for weeks their concerns about...

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Workers strike at all 3 Detroit automakers, a new tactic to squeeze companies for better pay

By TOM KRISHER, MIKE HOUSEHOLDER and JOHN SEEWER (Associated Press) DETROIT (AP) — Nearly one in 10 of America’s unionized auto workers went on strike Friday to pressure Detroit’s three automakers into raising wages in an era of big profits and as the industry begins a costly transition from gas guzzlers to electric vehicles. By striking simultaneously at General Motors, Ford and Chrysler owner Stellantis for the first time in its history, the United Auto Workers union is trying to inflict a new kind of pain on the companies and claw back some pay and benefits workers gave up in recent decades. The...

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