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Micah and Tadrint Washington say they were driving home when Fields smashed into their car. [Read More]
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He's accused of second-degree murder. [Read More]
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Thousands of detainees are secretly killed by the Assad regime every year. [Read More]
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"You never know who is underneath. Maybe terrorists with weapons." [Read More]
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"We believe that more and more people are prepared to pay for high quality in-depth journalism that helps them make sense of the world," CEO... [Read More]
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Self-harm and suicide attempts are common, doctors said. [Read More]
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The decision followed warnings from the EU and days of protests across Poland. [Read More]
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She claims the right to "act according to my own laws." [Read More]
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"Sorry you have to put up with this," Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said. [Read More]
"An invasion is taking place," the group's website says. "This massive immigration is changing the face of our continent." [Read More]
"Let's be clear, by choosing to hold this tournament at Trump's course, the USGA and the LGPA are endorsing Trump's behavior." [Read More]
He even once invented a friend, Jim, to hammer his point home. [Read More]
He wants to focus on areas in which they share common ground, he said. [Read More]
Basically the equivalent of dining inside the Statue of Liberty. [Read More]
About 50,000 refugees have been resettled. Not many more are likely to make it in. [Read More]
The Iraqi army and U.S.-led coalition forces killed thousands in airstrikes. [Read More]
School newspaper reporter Teddy Fischer interviewed the defense secretary for 45 minutes. [Read More]
The country wants to become a global climate leader. [Read More]
The court ruled against a new version of the law that makes it even easier for shooters to claim self-defense. [Read More]
There are still a lot of questions as to how it will affect refugees. [Read More]
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