$ aws s3 ls
Could not connect to the endpoint URL: "https://s3.us-east-1a.amazonaws.com/"
What could be the problem?
You probably have something wrong in your default profile for the default region.
Check your file at ~/.aws/config, you have something like
[default] region=us-east-1a ...
Fix the region to region=us-east-1 and then the command will work correctly
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