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The brand will be launching with the "Royal Heritage" collection, with a one of a kind "Fashion Experience" specially curated for the launch. [Read More]
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Friends say Genevive Cava never took a vacation and always tried to save money so she could leave a lasting donation behind. [Read More]
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Mr. Stewart, who failed in a bid for the gubernatorial nomination last year, has attacked illegal immigration and defended confederate monuments. [Read More]
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A proposal to divide California into three states is now eligible for the November statewide ballot. [Read More]
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Corey Stewart has won the Republican Primary and plans to run "a very vicious and ruthless campaign" against Democratic U.S. Senator Tim Kaine. [Read More]
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U.S. President Donald Trump made a stunning concession to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday about halting military exercises, pulling a surprise at a summit that baffled allies, military officials and lawmakers from his own Republican Party. [Read More]
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John Schneider's time in jail was about as long as a 'Lord of the Rings' movie ... thanks to overcrowding. [Read More]
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Comcast is almost certainly going to submit its own bid for most of 21st Century Fox soon, challenging Disney. [Read More]
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Caltrans plans to reopen Highway 1 at Mud Creek in the Big Sur area nearly two months earlier than previously expected. ... [Read More]
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A man who became known online as "Jogger Joe" after he was captured on video trashing a homeless man's belongings near Oakland's Lake Merritt was in jail Tuesday after being accused of stealing a phone from a man who a day later confronted and filmed him. Henry Sintay was arrested Monday on suspicion of first-degree robbery, court records show, and a source familiar with the case confirmed it was related to the Lake Merritt incident. Sintay, 31, was being held at Santa... [Read More]
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Virginia's 10th District includes all of Loudoun County, where Wexton lives... [Read More]
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Idaho's GOP Sen. Jim Risch said on Tuesday the US would not make a nuclear agreement with North Korea without a verification regime. [Read More]
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California's 168-year run as a single entity, hugging the continent's edge for hundreds of miles and sprawling east across mountains and desert, could come to an end next year — as a controversial plan to split the Golden State into three new jurisdictions qualified Tuesday for the Nov. 6 ballot.... [Read More]
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Speaking publicly for the first time since undergoing surgery to reattach a tendon in his right lat last week, Reyes disclosed a devastating detail on Tuesday that he's held privately more than a year. His young daughter, Aleyka, is battling cancer. [Read More]
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Heather Barboza, 31, was last seen around noon on June 11 leaving her home to go to a doctor's appointment in Newport News. [Read More]
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John Schneider was released from jail on Tuesday after just serving five hours of his three day sentence. [Read More]
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Four children ages 1 to 12 were found dead Monday after a nearly 24-hour standoff in Orlando. The children were identified Tuesday as Iraya Lopez, 12; Lillia Lopez, 10; Aidan Lindsey, 6,; and Dove Lindsey, 1. A family friend who is an attorney contacted KSAT 12 News partner WKMG-TV after creating a GoFundMe page for the family to help pay for the children's burial expenses. "We are raising money for Ciara who lost her four beautiful children on June 11. Her boyfriend was the father of two of the children and selfishly took the lives of these precious innocent... [Read More]
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McClatchy is reporting new connections between Russia and the NRA, which spent an unprecedented 30 million dollars to boost Trump's campaign in 2016. [Read More]
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The Puerto Rican government on Tuesday released to CNN and another news organization a database of information on all deaths that occurred after Hurricane Maria, which pummeled this US commonwealth on September 20. [Read More]
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The Justice Department has repeatedly refused to provide former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe with documents related to his firing, according to a lawsuit filed on his behalf Tuesday. The complaint says the Justice Department has publicly defended the firing yet failed to identify for McCabe the policies ... [Read More]
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