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Bishop Boris, who headed a monastery 177miles from Sofia, Bulgaria, was filmed at a sex party with four women, which then leaked online. [Read More]
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The legal cannabis industry in California hasn't been lit on fire just yet. ... [Read More]
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Trump said that breaching security protocols was disqualifying. [Read More]
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A Honduran drug lord convicted by a Miami federal jury was sentenced Monday to life in prison for supplying alleged Mexican kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and other traffickers with huge loads of cocaine that were smuggled into the United States. [Read More]
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About three dozen new recruits just finished up their time in the Cincinnati Police Academy. They have been sworn in as Cincinnati's newest officers, but before they ever put on the uniform they are doing a very different kind of work. This week they are spending time giving back to the community through service work. They are spending time focusing on the service part of protecting and serving. Tuesday, they worked to weed a vacant lot in Avondale and put a fresh coat of paint on the facade of one of the buildings along Reading Road. "To me, it... [Read More]
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The violent force of the crash ripped the bus packed with fifth graders in two pieces and flipped it over... [Read More]
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After the passion of March for Our Lives, some groups see the best hope for legislative success in states such as Washington and Oregon... [Read More]
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The social-media giant is deploying AI and thousands of moderators to fight bad content. But will the clean-up efforts create a new mess over user privacy?

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American novelist Philip Roth has died at the age of 85. The news was first announced Tuesday night (May 22) by the New Yorker—to which…... [Read More]
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It was a story the Cox Mill faithful had seen a few too many times. [Read More]
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces senior European Union lawmakers later Tuesday to answer questions about a scandal over the alleged misuse of the data of millions of Facebook users. [Read More]
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Dane Coles could be done for the year. [Read More]
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A man spotted pussyfooting around driveways and allegedly breaking into cars in Wisconsin while sporting a cat onesie was arrested Saturday, police said. [Read More]
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The Daily Telegraph says Michael Gove blames Philip Hammond over a House of Lords defeat. [Read More]
Two planes clipped wings at Burbank Hollywood Airport. No injuries were reported. [Read More]
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State policymakers are increasingly turning to a controversial solution to address the nation's opioid crisis: forcing those struggling with drug addiction into treatment. [Read More]
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Oasis at Death Valley is offering teachers, military members, and first responders a discount on stay-overs. [Read More]
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Authorities are searching for an inmate who escaped from the Colorado Department of Corrections facility in Denver Tuesday morning. [Read More]
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A man who accepted a plea deal after he sex trafficked his girlfriend and severely beat her was sentenced Tuesday in Las Vegas. [Read More]
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Josephine M. Massine Ellwood City Mrs. Josephine M. Massine, 98, of Ellwood City, passed away on Monday, May 21, 2018, at the Trinity Oaks Care Center. Mrs. Massine was born on September 3, 1919, in Ellwood City to the late Domenico and Bertha Florio (Flowers) Ierace. She had attended Lincoln High School, and was a member of the Holy Redeemer Parish. During World War II, Josephine worked at the U.S. Steel Tube Mill in Ellwood City. She was a member of the Golden Agers and enjoyed bingo, bowling... [Read More]
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