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A D.C. group plans to file a lawsuit Wednesday challenging the Federal Highway Administration’s decision to approve plans to  reconstruct a 110-year-old rail tunnel in Southeast Washington. The Committee of 100 on the Federal City is trying to block CSX Transportation’s plan to rebuild the Virginia Avenue Tunnel, a critical piece of the region’s rail infrastructure. Read full article >>... [Read More]
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Documents, including applications for wiretapping of the former Trump adviser, were released by the Justice Department. [Read More]
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A federal indictment of a Florida businessman says that, among other things, he bribed the then head coach of the University of Pennsylvania basketball team to help the businessman's son be admitted to the university, Bloomberg reported. The son was subsequently admitted to Penn and is a rising senior there. While the son played basketball in high school, he has not played at Penn. [Read More]
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Numbers from the Tennessee Department of Revenue reveal a nearly 80 percent jump in active Sons of Confederate Veterans plates. [Read More]
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A woman has been hospitalized in an incident involving a chase suspect inside a Trader Joe's in Los Angeles. [Read More]
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In an interesting twist of fate, Lloyd Blankfein's departure from Goldman Sachs, announced last week, leaves JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon as the lone survivor from the financial crisis. (Blankfein will officially retire Sept. 30.) Dimon is the last banker standing on this, the 10-year anniversary of the financial crisis beginning with the failure of Lehman Bros.... [Read More]
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Commissioner Rob Manfred's matter-of-fact speaking style got him in some hot water this past week regarding baseball's best player. While meeting with the Baseball Writers Association of America in Washington, Manfred received a question about Mike Trout's low Q factor and whether Major League Baseball could or should be doing more to help with that.... [Read More]
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A large number of police and rescue personnel were responding to a Los Angeles supermarket, amid numerous media reports of possible gunshots. [Read More]
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Jonathan Gold, the first restaurant critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, has died at age 57 of pancreatic cancer. The Los Angeles Times said he died Saturday at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Los Angeles. Gold was the subject of Laura Gabbert's 2015 documentary "City of Gold," that showed the Los Angeles food scene through... [Read More]
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Los Angeles police reported a possible hostage situation at a Trader Joe's grocery store Saturday. [Read More]
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Police surround the supermarket, with US media saying it is a possible hostage situation. [Read More]
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A year ago, Kevin Wilson might have been the most talked-about person in the Ohio State football program.Fired under murky circumstances as Indiana's head coach, he was a big-splash hire as the Buckeyes' offensive coordinator. Given his track record as the maestro of offenses at a powerhouse program (Oklahoma) as well as less-heralded ones (Miami University, Northwestern, Indiana), fans were practically salivating at what wizardry Wilson might concoct at Ohio State. [Read More]
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Police believe a man involved in a standoff with officers at a Los Angeles supermarket shot his grandmother and girlfriend before firing at officers during a pursuit, then crashing outside the supermarket and running inside the store. Officer Mike Lopez, a police spokesman, says the man had fled... [Read More]
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A man who in a standoff with police inside a Los Angeles supermarket is suspected of shooting his grandmother and girlfriend earlier Saturday and led police on a pursuit through the city — at times shooting at officers — before he crashed outside the busy supermarket and ran inside, officials said.... [Read More]
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Among the dead were Tia Coleman's three children. "If they don't make it, Lord," she recalled praying on the boat, "take me too." [Read More]
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The investigation into the sinking of a duck boat that killed 17 people in Missouri --- including nine from one family -- could take up to a year to complete, the National Transportation Safety Board said. [Read More]
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.A month after breaking two ribs and injuring her lung while surfing in Mexico, top New Zealand surfer Paige Hareb is heading back into the water. [Read More]
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FCCNN KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The last time Adalberto Mejia pitched in the majors, on June 30 at Wrigley Field, four players had to leave the game to receive intravenous fluids.... [Read More]
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A police pursuit ended in the Silver Lake area at a Trader Joe's with shots fired and a suspect inside on Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
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NASCAR has been reluctant to make more than modest tweaks to its schedule. That hasn't stopped its drivers this summer from wondering about possibilities in hopes of luring more fans:— a Cup race on Eldora dirt.— more races at short tracks.— no more multiple races at the same track.— try Iowa; go back to Rockingham.The idea of blowing up a schedule that has largely remained unchanged for most of the... [Read More]
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