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NYC house fire kills 5, including children

NYC house fire kills 5, including children

The blaze ran through three alarms and burned for almost two hours before being declared "under control" around 4:30 p.m., according to the FDNY. A passing motorist called 911 to say someone had jum...

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Disabled Amtrak train at Penn Station snarls morning commute

Disabled Amtrak train at Penn Station snarls morning commute

The rumors were triggered by an Amtrak police officer's use of a stun gun to subdue a disruptive man. The incident underscored the need for more training and drills and coordination among the multip...

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Thousands descend on Auschwitz for yearly Holocaust memorial

Per Salon , Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin this week railed against Trump's denunciation of the Holocaust while arguing that "our President is being held hostage by vicious Jews" - and he sai...

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Peggy Whitson Breaks Space Records — NASA Astronauts

The point of the chat was to congratulate Whitson on breaking the record for spending more cumulative hours in space than any other American. The rest of their conversation was pleasant: "This is ...

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Cleveland Cavaliers Post Historically Slim Winning Margin in 4-Game Sweep

LeBron James dominated with 33 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four steals while Kyrie Irving scored 28. Cleveland won the first contest by just one point and followed that up with wins by jus...

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Democratic Party Draws A Line In The Sand On Abortion Rights

Democratic Party Draws A Line In The Sand On Abortion Rights

Sanders was accompanied by Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez, a labor secretary under President Obama. He'd be much more at home in the Green Party, which tried to woo him into being their...

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Elizabeth Thomas Returns Home To Tennessee

Elizabeth Thomas Returns Home To Tennessee

Court records show that Jill Cummins sued her then-missing husband on the grounds of irreconcilable differences and inappropriate marital conduct. A northern California man said his property caret...

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US home prices rise at the fastest pace in nearly 3 years

US home prices rise at the fastest pace in nearly 3 years

Indeed, the Standard & Poors CoreLogic/Case-Shiller index of home prices across 20 major United States cities climbed almost 6 percent over last year (up from 5.7 percent the year prior) on a non-seas...

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McCartney to play 4 shows in NYC, NJ

McCartney to play 4 shows in NYC, NJ

Tickets for the Gwinnett show go on sale Monday, May 1 at 10 a.m. Tickets are available at www.InfiniteEnergyCenter.com, the arena box office or by calling 770-626-2464. The concert will include "mas...

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UC Berkeley Postpones Ann Coulter's Lecture Amid Fears Of Violence

UC Berkeley Postpones Ann Coulter's Lecture Amid Fears Of Violence

University Chancellor Nicholas Dirks said yesterday that given Coulter's insistence on giving her talk despite security threats, a new venue was sought. A spokesperson for the university, however, s...

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US submarine arrives in South Korea as tensions rise

US submarine arrives in South Korea as tensions rise

Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday told reporters, "We truly believe that as our allies in the region and China bring that pressure to bear that there is a chance that we can achieve a historic obj...

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So Called "Facebook Killer" Shoots Himself After Police Chase

Williams said Steve Stephens, who randomly killed a Cleveland retiree and posted video of the crime on Face. Authorities warned residents in OH and the neighboring states of Pennsylvania, New York...

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Active, Severe Weather Returns This Week

Active, Severe Weather Returns This Week

The front will move eastward, while individual storms will move rapidly northeast. Winds will be powerful out of the north at around 20 to 25 miles per hour. Best chances for the strongest storms wi...

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Judge orders jail notes turned over to family

Judge orders jail notes turned over to family

In attendance were Hernandez's fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, the couple's four-year-old daughter Avielle Hernandez, his brother D.J., mother Terri Hernandez, and members of Hernandez's legal t...

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Ex-reality TV star arrested in Phoenix for car theft, drugs

Ex-reality TV star arrested in Phoenix for car theft, drugs

Jacob Harris, 31, formerly of the reality show Deadliest Catch , was arrested on Saturday, April 22, in Phoenix, Arizona after a woman he was with called the police claiming he had stolen her vehicle...

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Georgia's Special Election Isn't Over Yet

Georgia's Special Election Isn't Over Yet

While Democrats can savor the moral victory of almost snatching a seat outright in a Republican stronghold, they will need to translate anti-Trump fury and substantial fundraising into concrete ballot...

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Haley warns NKorea about attacking US base or testing ICBM

Haley warns NKorea about attacking US base or testing ICBM

North Korea is celebrating the founding anniversary of their military on Tuesday, and South Korea has warned that Kim Jong Un may use the opportunity to flex their military muscles and carry out ano...

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Trump urges more UN sanctions for N.Korea

Trump urges more UN sanctions for N.Korea

Experts say these missiles could one day be capable of hitting targets as far away as the continental United States, although North Korea has yet to flight test them. Naval destroyers from Japan's M...

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Lawyer: Little money involved in sanctuary order

Lawyer: Little money involved in sanctuary order

Department of Justice attorneys sought to turn the vagueness of the federal response to their legal advantage. Part of the Justice Department's argument against the requests for preliminary injunction...

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Engineer set to take over New York state university system

Engineer set to take over New York state university system

Zimpher announced she would be stepping down this year. SUNY's Board of Trustees confirmed the appointment unanimously today. "I applaud the Board of Trustees for this outstanding selection". Before...

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