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World of Outlaws sprint car series driver Jason Johnson has died following a crash at Beaver Dam Raceway in Wisconsin. He was 41. The World of Outlaws series posted a message Sunday morning on Twitter saying that Johnson had died. The series says the driver from Eunice, Louisiana, was injured during... [Read More]
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Canada's universities are still trying to figure out how to deal with legal marijuana. Some schools plan to allow cannabis consumption in certain areas, while others say they will continue to ban it altogether. [Read More]
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Cares if action democratically decided... [Read More]
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For the record. [Read More]
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Never mind that it's 90F: here comes the pumpkin spice latte. And for Starbucks, not a moment too soon. [Read More]
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The network recruited dozens of agents, including several women, who operated in coordination with Hamas headquarters abroad, as well as in the Gaza Strip, in order to promote terrorism. [Read More]
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Search is not used to set a political agenda and we don't bias our results toward any political ideology, says Google. [Read More]
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Referring to the NCPCR's social audit report on shelter homes, a bench headed by Justice Madan B Lokur said that out of the 2,874 children homes, only 54 have received positive reviews from the body, set up under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act. [Read More]
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Maharashtra Police's Anti-Terrorism Squad tells court the accused considered the music festival to be "against Hindu culture". [Read More]
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Speed-crazed women drivers are bound to turn heads in the deeply conservative desert kingdom of Saudi Arabia... [Read More]
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28-year-old Manjit Singh bagged the gold medal in the men's 800 metres race at the Asian Games in Jakarta. [Read More]
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U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis on Tuesday rebuffed a proposal to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan and replace them with private security forces. [Read More]
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