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Shoshana Gordon/Axios
As sports betting emerges from the shadows and steps into the light, it's seeping into every aspect of fandom.
The state of play: How fans watch games, where fans watch games, how media covers those games — it's all being transformed quite rapidly.
Consider this: James is a sports fan living in Phoenix. Here's a potential fall Sunday for him in the not-so-distant future…
Go deeper: How sports gambling swallowed sports media (Columbia Journalism Review)
People try to scale the boundary wall at Hamid Karzai International Airport on Monday in the hopes of fleeing the country. Photo: STR/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Some Democrats are considering allocating a portion of their $3.5 trillion budget plan toward refugee resettlement for those fleeing Afghanistan, three Hill sources familiar with the early discussions tell Axios.
Why it matters: As President Biden defends his plan for complete withdrawal amid searing images of the Taliban’s swift takeover, Democrats who agreed with the plan, if not its execution, are scrambling for a way to protect some of the nation's most vulnerable — including women, children, interpreters and others who helped the U.S. over the past two decades.
Afghan nationals returning to Afghanistan at the Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossing point in Chaman on Tuesday. Photo: AFP via Getty Images
Most Americans support mandating masks in schools and vaccinations to return to the workplace, and they oppose states' efforts to ban such moves, according to the latest installment of the Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus Index.
But, but, but: The survey finds the Republican base going against the grain so disproportionately that it helps explain the defiant postures of many red-state governors.
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