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One of Nation's Oldest College Athletes Set to Tee Off With Bruins in Spring 2018... [Read More]
A man died after he was shot several times in the Englewood neighborhood on the South Side Friday morning, according to Chicago police. The shooting happened shortly before 10 a.m. when one or more people got out of a car in the 7000 block of South Vincennes Avenue and opened fire, police said.... [Read More]
According to the City of Corpus, the Southside is getting its fourth Chick-Fil-A at a location that was originally applied for last year. [Read More]
A Miami Herald article about a former Haitian government official who committed suicide in July became the inspiration for fake news websites to make unsubstantiated claims tying the official to allegations about the Clinton Foundation. "Haiti official getting ready to testify against Clinton Foundation corruption next week found dead with 'gunshot to the head,' " stated a Jan. 14 headline on US Political News. Facebook users flagged the post as being potentially fabricated, as part of the social network's efforts to combat fake news. We found that the story offers no evidence to tie the former Haitian official, Klaus... [Read More]
In a discussion about the recent three-day government shutdown — due to lawmakers' disagreement over federal funding and policies for young immigrants in the country illegally, so-called Dreamers — pundit Ronald Brownstein said that while many Americans want Dreamers to stay, it's unclear if that can be achieved. Twice before, senators have agreed on immigration reform, but each time, the prospect fell through without action from the U.S. House of Representatives, said Brownstein, a senior political analyst for CNN. "They probably can find 60 votes in the Senate to do that. They found 60 votes in the Senate in... [Read More]
One person was killed and two others were injured after a shooting outside a store in northwest Houston, deputies said. [Read More]
Two children are dead and one woman has non-life-threatening injuries after a house fire in west Baltimore. [Read More]
Flu activity has been higher in the U.S. for 9 weeks. Flu seasons typically last 16 to 20 weeks, putting the nation at the halfway point of its feverish and aching misery. [Read More]
NCAA president Mark Emmert was first alerted to 37 reports of sexual assault by Michigan State athletes during a 2010 meeting with a whistleblower, according to a report. [Read More]
Jaguars safety Barry Church will be fined $24,309, according to multiple reports. [Read More]
The use of the mysterious jamming technology will impact the navigation of aircraft operating as far away from Nevada as Colorado. [Read More]
His brother was supposed to catch the big one. [Read More]
A New Jersey convenience store worker stole a customer's winning million-dollar lottery ticket and tried to pass it off as his own, authorities say.The 36-year-old worker in Edison was presented the... [Read More]
The only NFL general manager below the age of 40 is celebrating his birthday on Monday. Just how young is Howie Roseman? Well, less than 15 years ago, he was working as ... [Read More]
Larry Nassar's accusers have detailed eight moments when they reported the Olympic gymnastics doctor, now jailed for sex abuse. [Read More]
FOX News host Sean Hannity broke the news on Friday night that the explosive FISA Memo will be released next week.Sara Carter said, 'We expect that to be out some time midweek.'Sean Hannity added, 'Next week will be a MASSIVE NEWS WEEK! The memo and EVEN MORE stunning revelations!'Via Hannity:... [Read More]
The Washington Post has a recording of a call between a People Magazine reporter and "John Miller," a man who identifies himself as Donald Trump's publicist. Miller has all the details of the Trump's life and all the women who just can't get enough of... [Read More]
One of Japan's biggest cryptocurrency exchanges said that about $400 million in NEM tokens were lost after the coins were sent "illicitly" outside the venue, spooking investors in a country that's still wary of digital-token exchanges four years after the collapse of Mt. Gox. [Read More]
President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: If there's no wall, there's no DACA fix Trump appears to call out Samsung over missing FBI text messages Trump Commerce pick told lawmakers he would look at reversing Obama move on internet oversight: report MORE has reportedly been venting about Deputy Attorney General Rod RosensteinRod Jay RosensteinThe Trump Presidency: Year One Graham, Meadows go on the attack over Steele dossier FBI chief: Encryption is 'urgent public safety issue' MORE and has made comments about wanting to remove him, according to a new report from CNN.Four sources told CNN that the president has in... [Read More]
The remaining directors of the U.S. gymnastics governing body are resigning in the wake of this week's sentencing of the former national team doctor for molesting female athletes, USA Gymnastics said on Friday, complying with a demand by the U.S. Olympic Committee. [Read More]
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