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A Fox News host said former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would "literally sell her daughter" to be president. ...
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Secretary of Defense James Mattis issued a strong warning to North Korea Monday: "If they shoot at the United States, I'm assuming they've hit the United States. ... If they do that, then it's game on."
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Under Armour CEO to quit Trump's job council        ...
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Pain killers, an insomnia drug and other drugs were found in Tiger Woods' system on night of DUI arrest.
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Netflix has already punched back against Disney's plans to pull its content from the streaming platform by 2019 — by luring away one of Disney ABC's most prolific content creators, Shonda Rhimes.
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KIM Jong-un may have hidden a secret message to the United States in his blustering boast that he is now ready to lob missiles at Guam. But can President Trump understand it?
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They are accused of leaking the show's fourth episode, "The Spoils of War"
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Pro motorcycle racer Joi 'SJ' Harris died during a motorcycle stunt...
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The CEO of athletic wear manufacturer Under Armour is resigning from the President's American Manufacturing Council, saying his company "engages in innovation and sports, not politics."
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After a white nationalist protest in Virginia erupted into violence over the weekend, concerns have escalated over what Mr. Trump's arrival in New York might provoke.
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California plans to file a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice over federal restrictions on some law enforcement grants to so-called sanctuary cities, a spokesperson for California's attorney general office said on Monday.
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North Korea is backing off a threat to fire missiles at the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, according to a new report.North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he had decided not to launch an attack, but warned he could...
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He may have called them by name, but Trump's most extreme supporters have their own interpretation...
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Big Ben is to be silenced amid fears workers involved in a restoration project could have their hearing damaged after authorities said it would be 'unacceptable' to expose them to the noise.
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By Ruth Steinhardt Wendy Helgemo has joined the George Washington University as inaugural director of the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy (CIPP), a GW-based research and advocacy center established in February that provides support to tribal leaders and promotes public awareness on issues of national significance to indigenous communities, including public health, adequate housing, economic security and education. "I am grateful to Wendy Helgemo for agreeing to lead the challenge of launching a new center," said Ali Eskandarian, dean of the College of Professional Studies. "She brings a tremendous level of experience and knowledge as...
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Police are investigating a deadly shooting that killed one person on the southeast side as a homicide.
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Emma C. Place and Emily D. Lang, both 19, were found Saturday evening about six miles northwest of Timberline Lodge.
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Professional wrestler is recovering in ICU after emergency surgery...
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Republican Rep. Brian Babin is calling for Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his legal team to come "out of the shadows" and answer questions before Congress on the scope and cost of the Russia meddling investigation.
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The City-County Council approved a proposal Monday that will raise the minimum wage of all full-time city and county employees. The 22-2 vote will make it so those Indianapolis and Marion County employees will earn at least $13 per hour.
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A Fox News host said former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would "literally sell her daughter" to be president. ...
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Secretary of Defense James Mattis issued a strong warning to North Korea Monday: "If they shoot at the United States, I'm assuming they've hit the United States. ... If they do that, then it's game on."
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Under Armour CEO to quit Trump's job council        ...
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Pain killers, an insomnia drug and other drugs were found in Tiger Woods' system on night of DUI arrest.
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Netflix has already punched back against Disney's plans to pull its content from the streaming platform by 2019 — by luring away one of Disney ABC's most prolific content creators, Shonda Rhimes.
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KIM Jong-un may have hidden a secret message to the United States in his blustering boast that he is now ready to lob missiles at Guam. But can President Trump understand it?
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They are accused of leaking the show's fourth episode, "The Spoils of War"
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Pro motorcycle racer Joi 'SJ' Harris died during a motorcycle stunt...
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The CEO of athletic wear manufacturer Under Armour is resigning from the President's American Manufacturing Council, saying his company "engages in innovation and sports, not politics."
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After a white nationalist protest in Virginia erupted into violence over the weekend, concerns have escalated over what Mr. Trump's arrival in New York might provoke.
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California plans to file a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice over federal restrictions on some law enforcement grants to so-called sanctuary cities, a spokesperson for California's attorney general office said on Monday.
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North Korea is backing off a threat to fire missiles at the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, according to a new report.North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he had decided not to launch an attack, but warned he could...
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He may have called them by name, but Trump's most extreme supporters have their own interpretation...
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Big Ben is to be silenced amid fears workers involved in a restoration project could have their hearing damaged after authorities said it would be 'unacceptable' to expose them to the noise.
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By Ruth Steinhardt Wendy Helgemo has joined the George Washington University as inaugural director of the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy (CIPP), a GW-based research and advocacy center established in February that provides support to tribal leaders and promotes public awareness on issues of national significance to indigenous communities, including public health, adequate housing, economic security and education. "I am grateful to Wendy Helgemo for agreeing to lead the challenge of launching a new center," said Ali Eskandarian, dean of the College of Professional Studies. "She brings a tremendous level of experience and knowledge as...
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Police are investigating a deadly shooting that killed one person on the southeast side as a homicide.
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Emma C. Place and Emily D. Lang, both 19, were found Saturday evening about six miles northwest of Timberline Lodge.
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Professional wrestler is recovering in ICU after emergency surgery...
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Republican Rep. Brian Babin is calling for Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his legal team to come "out of the shadows" and answer questions before Congress on the scope and cost of the Russia meddling investigation.
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The City-County Council approved a proposal Monday that will raise the minimum wage of all full-time city and county employees. The 22-2 vote will make it so those Indianapolis and Marion County employees will earn at least $13 per hour.