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A group of young people will see Valdosta from a bird's eye view this weekend. [Read More]
As helpful as robocall blocking tools can be, they can sometimes create their own problems. NCC Group security researcher Dan Hastings has found that some of t... [Read More]
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The makeup mogul rang in her 22nd birthday with a super-yacht, diamonds, and, of course, her family. [Read More]
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The singer provided an update on his recovery via Instagram. [Read More]
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Scenes from this weekend's Civil War re-enactment at Hale Farm & Village in Bath, where about 1,000 actors are staging the first Battle of Petersburg. Workers this year dug trenches in a Bath field to demonstrate a key aspect of what happened June 15, 1864, in Virginia. [Read More]
Parts of the sturdy wall that's long separated Ohio's right and left on issues of gun control crumbled last week after a mass shooting killed nine people in Dayton, unleashing widespread public anguish and outrage.Republican Gov. Mike DeWine quickly stepped into the breach, proposing a package of reforms aimed at reducing gun violence.At the top of his list are "safety protection orders," a concept broadly referred to as "red-flag laws," measures now used by 17 states to temporarily remove... [Read More]
RubberDucks 7, Sea Dogs 3Half of the RubberDucks' six hits were home runs and newly acquired Scott Moss improved to 2-0 with an Eastern League win over the Sea Dogs Saturday night in Portland, Maine .Trenton Brooks hit his fourth and five home runs to go with a single and drove in five runs for the Ducks (54-64), who took control early with a four-run second inning. The rightfielder, who is batting .273 with 25 RBI in 44 games with the Ducks, hit a three-run homer off Sea Dogs starter Bryan... [Read More]
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On this date in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, as well as 2018, that "Crazy/Stupid Republican of the Day" published profiles of Tony Perkins, a former Louisiana state legislator who has gone on to speak in front of the white supremacist group the Council of... [Read More]
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Where the hell did this story go? (Boston Globe link) Ronald Reagan was an abject racist. He also arguably committed treason. (Salon link) I think it's fair to say Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is the Nation's airport. Dulles is larger, but... [Read More]
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The arrest warrant affidavit released Friday revealed the suspect said he targeted Mexicans... [Read More]
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The acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement escorted a planeload of Guatemalans out of the United States. He hopes there will be many more flights just like it. [Read More]
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Democratic presidential candidate and businessman Andrew Yang became visibly emotional when discussing gun violence prevention with a woman who said she lost her daughter to a stray bullet. [Read More]
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Here's a look at some of the local news from Downriver that you may have missed:... [Read More]
Clayton Chatham allowed just five hits over six innings, leading the Burlington Bees over the Kane County Cougars in a 2-1 win on Saturday. [Read More]
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Daily Caller co-founder and Fox News host Tucker Carlson sat down with Daily Caller editorial director Vince Coglianese to discuss a wide range of topics... [Read More]
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The owner of the fitness company Soul Cycle, Stephen Ross, threw a fundraiser for President Donald Trump, Friday, at his home in the Hamptons. [Read More]
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Coalition for Jewish Values on Friday condemned plans by the Jewish anti-ICE group Never Again Action to protest a private prison company's headquarters. [Read More]
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Former Argus Leader executive editor Maricarrol Kueter had a feel for South Dakota and its unique sensibilities. [Read More]
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18-year-old victim was found stabbed to death on Thursday outside the gates of the Migdal Oz settlement. [Read More]
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Quick and healthy ways to cook eggs... [Read More]
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