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Trump had firmly stated that migrants will not be allowed to enter the country illegally, and hundreds of U.S. troops are set to make their way to the southern border to help Homeland Security and National Guard troops deal with the caravan. [Read More]
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The dog known worldwide as Hamish has been reunited with his family, who revealed his real name... [Read More]
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Social networking giant is gearing up for upcoming elections in India. [Read More]
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A "strong, black lesbian woman" is ready to go back to college after her "Queer Eye" fans raised enough to pay off her student loans. [Read More]
UPDATE: Police say Nancy Mills was found in Peachtree City and is safe. [Read More]
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They sure didn't want hospitals to be seen as hubs of superbug infections. [Read More]
Snap has finally released its new, rebuilt Snapchat Android app, which the company has been rewriting from the ground up since the beginning of 2018 to bring performance for the Android version up to par with the iOS app. [Read More]
It's unclear whether Apple would be interested. [Read More]
Around 2.21 billion PC, tablet and smartphone devices will be sold worldwide in 2019, according to Gartner, a slight increase of 0.5% in comparison to 2018. The trend should be relatively stable until 2021. ... [Read More]
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ushered in all sorts of new rules that take effect this year. Fear not: A plethora of tax software vendors are here to help. [Read More]
This week on That's So Cincinnati: We talk to Dan Horn and Carol Motsinger about The Road, landslide updates and Harambe. [Read More]
A group of volunteers is trying to raise money to bring back a high school band in a unique way. Biddeford High School's marching band went away years ago, but the pride never left. That's why former band member Jessica Johnson teamed up with the Biddeford Education Foundation To make pillows out of their old uniforms to sell and raise money. 50 students are already on board to join the band, but there's more work to be done. [Read More]
It all began in August 1994, when Major League Baseball players went on strike over a salary cap proposal. Team owners canceled the rest of the season. For the first time in baseball's history, there would be no World Series. ... [Read More]
Billings Gazette, April 3, on Gov. Steve Bullock needing to act since 'Hanna's Act' has been gutted: Don't fool yourself: A new, amended version of Hanna's Act, excellent legislation authored …... [Read More]
In an era where the legions of homeless are at best tolerated, residents in Kingman, Ariz., have embraced an eccentric man they call "Santa James" like a long-lost friend. ... [Read More]
The VP is addressing local farmers in Lebanon, Indiana, about the proposed United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which is meant to replace NAFTA.        ... [Read More]
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Expect colder than normal temperatures all week before snow returns and temperatures plunge.        ... [Read More]
Today, we continue a new weekly feature here on the Insiders Forum. Each week, we highlight five notable stocks with significant and recent insider buying. This... [Read More]
Stand Your Ground, bathroom bills, right to work legislation and anti-sharia law efforts all started as (or became) cookie-cutter model bills.        ... [Read More]
Francis's statement disregards not only the sovereignty of the American nation-state, but also ignorance of how generous America is to the poor. [Read More]
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