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The panic over the quake gave way to a sense of solidarity in a city normally riven by class divides. [Read More]
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A Rockland, Maine, woman says she would rather go to jail than take down her pro-Donald Trump signs. [Read More]
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Listen to Tim Young's 'No Things Considered' on the Washington Examiner website. [Read More]
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Emails describe the actions by Donald Trump's then-campaign chairman... [Read More]
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Chip Ganassi Racing will cut IndyCar program down to two drivers for 2018        ... [Read More]
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The requests from the special counsel investigating Russia's meddling in the 2016 election span 13 categories. [Read More]
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Maria is the strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico since 1932. [Read More]
The streamer, which beat Netflix for the show, will share the library and upcoming revival episodes with NBC in a deal similar to 'This Is... [Read More]
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"You realize is how hard it is to be a teacher," says John Kennedy of Louisiana. [Read More]
Jimmy Kimmel didn't pull any punches when it came to the Senate's new health care bill and U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, saying that Cassidy lied... [Read More]
He says "there is a better way forward." [Read More]
Maria is forecast to "remain an extremely dangerous category 4 or 5 hurricane." [Read More]
Conservative comic Tim Young debuts his popular show, No Things Considered, on the Washington Examiner. [Read More]
He proved he's an alpha male... [Read More]
In case you missed it. [Read More]
President Donald Trump on Tuesday seized on the nationalist ideology that fueled his political rise -- and took it to the United Nations. [Read More]
The Denver-based activists said they took the birds from a Colorado farm 'to a sanctuary, where they can be free.'        ... [Read More]
The family of a man whose body was found at KCI months after he disappeared, says investigators dropped the ball. [Read More]
Police in Colorado Springs are searching for a jogger who they say has been defecating in front of homes for weeks. [Read More]
Walgreens said Tuesday that federal regulators have approved a $4.4 billion deal to buy 1,932 Rite Aid Stores. [Read More]
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