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Governments that crack down on migrants are only harming themselves, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Thursday ahead of UN talks on a global response to migration boycotted by the United States. Guterres presented a report to the General Assembly on ways to address the plight of the 258... [Read More]
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His plan would pay out-of-pocket costs for some seniors but leave drug prices largely untouched, and doesn't have a specific timeline for implementation. [Read More]
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President Trump made waves in March when he declared that the Postal Service was losing money on every package it delivered for Amazon. But the release of its second quarter results paints a much more complicated picture. [Read More]
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We don't recommend that you try this, because there are trespassing signs on some properties that you must obey. [Read More]
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Evacuations are underway due to a 150-acre wildfire burning south of Chino Valley. ... [Read More]
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Donald Davies of Kettering was last seen when he left his home on Ackerman Boulevard around 8 a.m. Thursday, according to the Ohio Attorney General's Office and Kettering police. ... [Read More]
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Trump has said the pharmaceutical industry is "getting away with murder" — but can he actually change the system? [Read More]
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection is hiring, and ABC7 got an inside look at what the jobs look like. [Read More]
James Harrison was called the man with the golden arm. Every batch of Anti-D that has ever been made in Australia has come from his blood. [Read More]
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The president said he would promote more competition, but broke with the promises that he made while campaigning, like calling for Medicare to negotiate lower prices. [Read More]
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Shondricka Adams, of Macon, GA, was fatally shot on Leaf Court in Bibb County public housing complex Davis Homes Thursday, May 10, 2018, as a 16-year-old male was shot in the leg in a Jeep in the neighborhood near the Ocmulgee Monument. [Read More]
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Arthur Panish, 75, a Macon homeless man who died March 11, 2018, two days after getting hit by a car at the Interstate 16 West on-ramp at North Avenue, will be memorialized Saturday, May 12, 2018, at Highland Hills Baptist Church at 1370 Briarcliff Road. [Read More]
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Houston County, Georgia, jurors in the murder trial of Dakota White reached a guilty verdict Wednesday, May 9, 2018, in Perry. White, 19, was on trial for the mid-October 2016 slaying of Sam Poss, 18, whose body was dumped near Lake Joy. [Read More]
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Girl Guides will stop selling biscuits next year, their national board has announced. [Read More]
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What we learned about Russian election meddling by reading all 3,517 Facebook ads they were pushing from 2015 to 2017.        ... [Read More]
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In a staffwide memo, Randall L. Stephenson, the C.E.O., also said the company's head of lobbying would retire. [Read More]
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Friends and admirers of Senator John McCain condemned an assistant to President Trump who said the senator did not matter because "he's dying anyway." [Read More]
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Iranian hackers, computer security experts say, had been deterred by the nuclear deal, but could now be inspired to make more retaliatory assaults. [Read More]
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Michael Avenatti challenged Rudy Giuliani to a debate on twitter this week. In an interview with Business Insider, Giuliani said I don't get involved with... [Read More]
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Gov. Mary Fallin has vetoed the controversial constitutional carry bill. Senate Bill 1212 would have allowed anyone without a felony conviction and is 21 or older to carry a gun in public without a license. [Read More]
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