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The puffed wheat cereal was recalled in June. [Read More]
Jordan resumed control of the Naharayim enclave following failed diplomatic attempts to extend the clause that gave Israel control of the enclave... [Read More]
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With a strong cyclone approaching Bangladesh on Saturday, authorities used more than 50,000 volunteers and officials to evacuate hundreds of thousands of p... [Read More]
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Bistro New Orleans owner-chef C.C. Haydel on the differences between Cajun and Creole cuisine, his go-to cocktail and the hardest ingredients to find in Japan. [Read More]
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One person was killed in a fatal collision involving a tractor trailer and a passenger car Saturday morning on Highway 79 near Van Dyke Road southwest of Paris. [Read More]
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Timberwolves head coach Ryan Saunders addresses the media after Friday night's overtime win over the Warriors at Target Center. [Read More]
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Timberwolves guard Josh Okogie addresses the media after Friday night's overtime win over the Warriors. [Read More]
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Natick police said on their Facebook page that "this, ladies and gentlemen, is a classic example of a poncho being used as a shoplifting tool." [Read More]
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It's been his drumbeating demand for more than a week: "Read the transcript!" "Just read the transcript." "Can't we read English?" "Just read the Transcript, everything else is made up garbage." "READ THE TRANSCRIPT!" People have read the transcript , though, and that's why President Donald Trump has an impeachment problem. The whistleblower, the rough transcript of the July 25 phone call between Trump and Ukraine's leader, and the words of a succession of career civil servants and Trump political appointees brought before Congress are largely in sync. Together they... [Read More]
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A new PBS film, "The Warrior Tradition," seeks to examine the history of Native Americans in the U.S. military since World War I. Through interviews with veterans, the documentary shows how Native American veterans transformed the life for tribal members and used their service to expand civil rights. The film illustrates the mixed feelings some Native Americans felt toward the U.S. military and how tribal members embraced those who served as "warriors." Director Larry Hott says the Native American veterans in the film believed military service was part of their... [Read More]
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This week, as Democrats were focused on an impeachment inquiry in the House, Republicans were celebrating a victory that went mostly unnoticed but could have long-term consequences for all. The president has reached a milestone when it comes to appointing federal judges. The Senate on Nov. 7 confirmed William Nardini to a seat on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals with an 86-2 vote, making him the 45th appointee to a federal circuit court of 179 seats total to be named by Donald Trump in less than three years in office. [Read More]
Let us explain. [Read More]
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"Ask This Old House" is about to shine a national spotlight on Chattanooga's Women Repair Zone. [Read More]
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It's time to grab those crayons, paints and markers, kids. The Lin C. Parker Wrapping Paper Design Contest has begun. [Read More]
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The Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce's new economic and talent development plan focuses on seeing more growth in existing industries such as automotive and specialty food while targeting future sectors such as biomedical/health care and 3D printing. [Read More]
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BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee has chosen Frank Zahrobsky as director of provider programs and services for network strategy implementation. [Read More]
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Not all of the stops on this year's Gallery Hop are galleries per se, but you'll still find plenty of art. [Read More]
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One day, two life lessons. [Read More]
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Times Free Press Cartoons... [Read More]
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