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Fed policymakers see an economy that may be past full employment, market prices that are high and overall growth that continues to gather steam. [Read More]
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Famed playwright David Mamet, winner of the Pulitzer Prize,  is not known for writing sympathetic parts for women. Indeed, most of his famous plays, like "Glengarry Glen Ross," "A…... [Read More]
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Has the face of Jesus finally been revealed... [Read More]
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As Loesch and her security detail walked toward the stage, audience members shouted at her phrases like, "murderer," "child killer," and "burn her." [Read More]
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That's a lot sooner than expected. [Read More]
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India Sherret, 21, was in second place in the 1/8 ski cross final heat in South Korea when she lost control, sinking to her knees before flopping over a jump and slamming into the landing ramp. [Read More]
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Thirteen small earthquakes shook the area around Danville in the last 24 hours, including one temblor with a 3.3 magnitude in Diablo. The quake swarm mostly consisted of shakers too small to feel, but a 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck at 5:28 a.m. about one mile northwest of Danville, according to the United States Geological Survey. In the hours before, quakes of 2.8 and 2.7 shook the area. ... [Read More]
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The president will call the measures against North Korea the largest new sanctions package against the country yet. [Read More]
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'The reality of White House politics is that the people who get you to the White House are not necessarily the people you need in the White... [Read More]
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A cold snap in the heart of California's agriculture industry could be devastating to almond growers and lead to higher prices. [Read More]
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Timothy Cunningham, 35, has not been heard from since Feb. 12, police said. [Read More]
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The Swedes appear to have embarked on an audacious project resembling something from an episode of the sci-fi series Black Mirror; they intend to make fully conscious copies of the dead in a bid to offer digital immortality. [Read More]
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A woman living in Upper Hutt, New Zealand, was shocked after coming face-to-face with a drone outside her bedroom window... [Read More]
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Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas appeared on local television Friday to downplay concerns over his health after undergoing what were described as routine tests in the United States. In an interview with Palestine TV while in the US, 82-year-old Abbas rejected reports he had been rushed to hospital... [Read More]
It was a sweeping goal, spelled out on a colorful, full-screen slide and presented to leaders of the U.S. Olympic Committee in a meeting last year. Sports executives in America targeted athletes on Team ... [Read More]
It may come as a disappointment to equine enthusiasts, but a new genetic study has found that no truly wild horses still exist and that a population inhabiting Mongolian grasslands actually is a feral descendant of the earliest-known domesticated horses. Przewalski's horse, now numbering roughly... [Read More]
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Ivanka Trump met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the Presidential Blue House in Seoul on Friday night hours after arriving in the country to attend the Winter Olympics. [Read More]
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One of the symbols of New York luxury is now in the hands of Beijing. The Chinese government has taken control of Anbang Insurance Group, a Beijing-based conglomerate that has aggressively acquired overseas companies and properties including the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. The move highlights the complexities the US faces as more and... [Read More]
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