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Chinese President Xi Jinping said Monday that BRICS cooperation would be more productive and usher in a new "golden decade." [Read More]
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Senate Republicans might move forward with a plan to make even deeper cuts to Medicaid than the House's health care bill, which could be a major blow for Senate moderates. [Read More]
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Santa Rosa police are investigating a double murder-suicide they say involves a man and his two young children. [Read More]
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A Spanish-speaking Uber driver was fined $250 at Miami International Airport Sunday morning for violating a county requirement that drivers be able to communicate in English. The alleged violation left the driver, Carmen Hechevarría, complaining of unfair treatment in a county where Census figures show 73 percent of the population speaks a language other than English at home at least some of the time. Uber said it has never required drivers to be able to speak English, saying the English-language app drivers use to communicate with passengers complies with Miami-Dade's language rule. "It says they have to communicate in... [Read More]
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Rain and melted areas the size of Texas? What's going on in Antarctica -- and why? [Read More]
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Two House Democrats say that President Trump's former National Security Advisor, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, "does not appear" to have disclosed a trip to the Middle East during the process of renewing his security clearance. [Read More]
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The hottest it's ever been in Phoenix is 122, and this week that record is in jeopardy... [Read More]
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Otto Warmbier, a US student held in North Korea, has died after returning home in a coma, his family says. [Read More]
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A Mississauga, Ont., man is stunned after witnessing and filming a woman make several demands for a "white doctor" at his local walk-in clinic on Sunday. [Read More]
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The 16-year-old was taking part in the Robert Spurr Memorial Hill Climb, which began at the Bird Ridge Trailhead southeast of Anchorage, Alaska. [Read More]
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To any nefarious hackers looking for data that could be used to sway elections or steal Americans' identities, the file compiled by a GOP digital firm called Deep Root Analytics offered all manner of possibilities. There in one place was detailed personal information about almost every voter in... [Read More]
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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a law forbidding official registration of offensive trademarks unconstitutionally limits free speech in a case involving a band called The Slants, an outcome the government has said could lead to a proliferation of racial slurs as sanctioned trademarks. [Read More]
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If you like having a healthy meal plan but want something customized to your dietary or caloric needs, check out The Cooking Light Diet. ... [Read More]
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Oh, this sent the snowflake brigade into meltdown mode.06/19/2017 22:11:20PM EST. [Read More]
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Could Wisconsin, Michigan, or Pennsylvania become the home of a Foxconn plant that might employ 50,000 to make parts for Apple iPhones? [Read More]
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The Arizona Coyotes will not offer forward Shane Doan a contract for the upcoming season, leaving the longtime captain to decide whether to retire or join another team. The Coyotes issued a statement saying the time has come for the organization to move on and focus on its young group of players. [Read More]
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The Webster Parish School Board has a new superintendent of schools. Johnny Rowland Jr. was tapped for the school district's top job Monday night. Rowland is a product of Webster Parish Schools and has worked for the Webster Parish School Board for many... [Read More]
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Last October, teachers in the Seattle Public Schools district planned a Black Lives Matter in the Seattle Public Schools event that consisted of wearing t-shirts with the slogan printed on them, despite the fact that a similar effort at Seattle's John Muir Elementary in September was met with criticism, hate mail and threats of violence. [Read More]
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Imagine taking a trolley ride to the downtown core of a classic seaside town and walking toward the pier, where a Ferris wheel awaits. Nearby, children play in a public fountain or use a slide to reach the beach below. [Read More]
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Once a major U.S. agricultural product, pine nuts are facing challenges due to environmental factors and cheaper imports. [Read More]
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