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The GOP health-care bill's defeat removes uncertainty for insurers as they prep 2018 rates, but legal issues remain. [Read More]
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The Fort Hood soldier said he didn't do it for the attention; he did it because "it's a brotherhood" [Read More]
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The news pricked at the deepest fears of Washington's black community. Between March 19 and March 24, a dozen black and Latino children were declared missing by police in the nation's capital. The story spread like wildfire on social media, as images of the kids popped up in haunting succession on the police department's Twitter feed. All these missing black girls coming from D.C. And Maryland!! one Twitter user wrote. Where is the public outcry??

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Villagers in Democratic Republic of Congo discovered the remains of two U.N. investigators and their Congolese interpreter who went missing this month in an area engulfed in a violent uprising, a government spokesman said on Tuesday.

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What you need to know about Jordan Spieth's game leading up to this year's Masters. Our experts discuss his outlook for the first major of 2017. [Read More]
Two NBC late night hosts, two opposite approaches to joking under President Trump. [Read More]
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Neil Gorsuch, president Trump's Supreme Court nominee, will be confirmed in early April, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said in press briefing on Tuesday. [Read More]
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A New Bern man will spend up to 8½ years in prison after he pleaded guilty to armed robbery with a dangerous weapon on Monday.Xavier Tamaree Dshaun White, 20, was sentenced for an April 8, 2016, robbery of a pizza delivery driver.White, using a borrowed phone, called in an order and gave a vacant home near his own home as an address. White and two co-defendants then went to that residence, with one waiting inside to answer the door.White and the other defendant, armed with a handgun... [Read More]
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Perry Township Supervisor A.J. Boni said charging residents without local police $25 for state police services would be like charging them twice for services they already receive. [Read More]
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The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced they will be holing its spring 2017 CleanSweepNY pesticide collection event on the week of May 8. [Read More]
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Democrat Michael Treiman has never run for public office before, but has already found himself in a controversy. [Read More]
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George Rutherglen, a University of Virginia School of Law professor is representing Elmo Reid in his lawsuit against the Virginia Department of Corrections and Buckingham Correction Center. [Read More]
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According to a new poll from Christopher Newport University, Democrats are neck in neck while there is a clear leader among Republicans in the race for Virginia's governor. [Read More]
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Residential developers in Chicago can build affordable housing in multi-unit projects or pay into a fund that subsidizes low-income renters. But is that money going where it's supposed to? [Read More]
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Paul Vallas and Chicago State University Board Chairman Marshall Hatch discuss the ongoing search for university leadership and what lies ahead for the beleaguered school. [Read More]
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Seventeen years after Mayor Daley launched his plan to transform the Chicago Housing Authority, WBEZ examines promises kept – and broken. [Read More]
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A strong storm system is taking shape to our west and will gradually move closer to our area; it will bring a chance of strong to severe storms to Southwest Louisiana Wednesday night. [Read More]
The Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development, chaired by Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-KY), held an oversight hearing today to discuss failures and inefficiencies that have led to the mishandling of taxpayer dollars by grantees funded by the Center for National and Community Service (CNCS). [Read More]
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WASHINGTON — President Trump began Tuesday to reverse regulations the Obama administration imposed to reduce greenhouse gases, including ordering a rewrite of power plant rules that Indiana had sued to stop. [Read More]
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