For years, legislators have argued over a section of state code that allows parents to choose prayer over medicine. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump personally made the decision to abandon plans to impose more sanctions on Russia for supporting Syria's chemical weapons attack on civilians, according to three senior administration officials and a source familiar with the discussions. [Read More]
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Revolutsia is a new project by Bokeh Development that will open this summer at Central and Volutsia, and it will be Wichita's first shipping container mall. [Read More]
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Reports of abuse in Evan Brewer death and Lucas Hernandez disappearance reinforce public's need to ask for help; people must continue to look out for a child's best interest. [Read More]
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Since September when engineer Mike Jizzini told Have You Heard? he's bringing Church's Chicken back to the city, the most frequently asked question is, "When?" He now has an answer. [Read More]
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Carson's will shut down its department stores by late summer after more than 160 years in operation. After parent company Bon-Ton Stores failed to find a bidder willing to keep the business going, a bankruptcy judge on Wednesday approved the sale of the company's assets, including Carson's and... [Read More]
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The 53 nations are to discuss plastic waste, cyber security, trade and the Queen's successor at the meeting. [Read More]
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The Supermarket Sweep presenter's death was confirmed by his long term agent on Wednesday... [Read More]
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Medford Police think the spike is due to a powerful opioid called Fentanyl being laced into the heroin. [Read More]
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At least seven prisoners died and 17 were seriously injured after bloody violence broke out Sunday night at a maximum security prison in South Carolina. It was the deadliest prison riot in the United States in 25 years. A coroner said all of the prisoners were stabbed, slashed or beaten. Six of the seven were African-American. No guards were hurt. In total, at least 20 prisoners have been killed by fellow prisoners in South Carolina since the start of 2017. One investigation found the number killed across the state's prisons had quadrupled from 2015 to 2017. The state's prison... [Read More]
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On Monday, rapper Kendrick Lamar became the first non-classical or jazz musician to ever win a Pulitzer Prize for Music. Lamar has topped the charts with music that tackles issues of race, politics, religion and even mental health. The Pulitzer follows the five Grammy Awards won by Lamar in January for "DAMN.," his fourth studio album. His previous album, "To Pimp a Butterfly," also won five Grammys. Lamar recently produced and curated the soundtrack for the "Black Panther" film to critical acclaim. We speak to a high school teacher in New Jersey who uses Lamar's recordings in his classroom. [Read More]
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The United States is expected to introduce new sanctions against Russian companies with links to Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, following the coordinated U.S., British and French military strikes against two alleged chemical weapons storage facilities and a research center in Syria on Friday night. Trump hailed the military strikes a success and declared in a tweet, "Mission Accomplished!" The military strikes came in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma over a week ago. "The United States has claimed, proclaimed that it wants to see and support the Syrian people's revolution," says our guest Ramah Kudaimi, "but... [Read More]
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On Friday, the U.S., U.K. and France launched coordinated military strikes in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria, over a week ago. The attack has not yet been independently investigated. The U.S. has blamed the Assad government for the alleged attack. On Sunday, United Nations chemical weapons investigators began examining the scene of the alleged attack, which came amid a brutal campaign by the Syrian government to retake the rebel-held district of Eastern Ghouta outside the capital Damascus. We get response from perhaps the most famous whistleblower of the Iraq War, Chelsea Manning, who is... [Read More]
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A Shah Rukh Khan fan decided to propose to her boyfriend when he wouldn't do it for her. [Read More]
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Before Abhishek Bachchan shut down a troll, Aishwarya Rai had told off David Letterman for asking if living with parents was normal in India. [Read More]
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Crenshanda Williams, 44, was found guilty of interference with emergency telephone calls, a misdemeanor, and was sentenced her to 18 months' probation and 10 days in jail as a condition. [Read More]
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India has historically performed well in Commonwealth Games, but that success - both recent and historical - does not reflect in Asian Games or the Olympics... [Read More]
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India is now the world's sixth largest economy, displacing France. The five economies ahead are the United States, China, Japan, Germany and United Kingdom. [Read More]
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The New York Times is reporting President Trump launched airstrikes against Syria on Friday despite opposition from his own defense secretary, James Mattis, who wanted Trump to first get congressional approval. Meanwhile, a number of lawmakers have described the strikes on Syria as illegal since Trump did not seek congressional input or authorization.This comes as Congress is considering rewriting the war powers granted to the president after the September 11 attacks—what's known as the AUMF, or Authorization for Use of Military Force. On September 14, 2001, the current AUMF passed the Senate 98-0 and 420-1 in the House, with... [Read More]
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In a potentially major setback for President Trump, a federal judge has rejected efforts from the president to be given first access to documents seized by the FBI last week during raids on the properties of Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen, who is being investigated for possible bank and wire fraud. Monday's court hearing pitted the president against his own Justice Department. Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas McKay urged the judge to reject the president's request. McKay said, "Just because he has a powerful client doesn't mean he should get special treatment." The FBI seized 10 boxes of documents and... [Read More]