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LG G6: Who Is It For?

LG G6: Who Is It For?

It's not alone - HTC, Sony and others are all finding it tough to make a winning smartphone - but LG has been playing a risky game in recent years, trying to find an alternative route to smartphone st...

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Obamacare Replacement Will Likely Cover Fewer Americans

Obamacare Replacement Will Likely Cover Fewer Americans

The topic was scheduled for just one short panel Thursday afternoon. In the past, Republicans have largely been in agreement about health care, in that they haven't seen a need to address the is...

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Mika leads BYU to upset of No

Mika leads BYU to upset of No

BYU waited until its final regular-season game to flash its potential. Eric Mika scored 29 points, Tyler Haws aded 17 and Elijah Bryant 14 as the Cougars handed the 29-1 Zags their first loss of th...

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Augusta rally draws 200 in support of health care law

Augusta rally draws 200 in support of health care law

More than half of the repeal supporters (28 percent of the sample) say the repeal and the ACA's replacement should come simultaneously. We demand real solutions to boost and fund enrollment efforts,...

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Democrats choose new leader in Atlanta today

Democrats choose new leader in Atlanta today

Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), his top rival for the DNC position, as his deputy. "He can unite our entire party as one", Whaley said. Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have endorsed Ellison. Both s...

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Q Poll: voters trust media and courts over Trump

Q Poll: voters trust media and courts over Trump

In a national survey released Wednesday, February 22nd, Quinnipiac University found that 38% of American voters approve of President Trump's job performance, while 55% disapprove. Majorities of vo...

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Meryl Vs Karl: The Oscars Dress Saga Explained

According to WWD , celebrated actress Meryl Streep was planning on wearing a grey silk Chanel gown from the recent Haute Couture collection to the 2017 Oscars on Sunday. The actress looked like sh...

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Advocates rally at State House to preserve the Affordable Care Act

Advocates rally at State House to preserve the Affordable Care Act

They urged those present to engage younger people in political process and encouraged people to bring resolutions in support of the Affordable Care Act to their town councils and boards of selectmen ...

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Bill Maher Takes Credit for Milo Yiannopoulos' Downfall

Bill Maher Takes Credit for Milo Yiannopoulos' Downfall

At the time , she told Buzzfeed, "I was supposed to turn the book in this month and I kept thinking about how egregious it is to give someone like Milo a platform for his blunt, inelegant hate and ...

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Winter weather forecast for eastern Idaho through Friday

Winter weather forecast for eastern Idaho through Friday

SIOUX CITY | Many Friday events for Siouxland schools, businesses, and activities were canceled due to the winter storm that could drop up to a foot of snow. Thursday's low in Madison was 32 at 10:21 ...

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The Trump Administration Will Soon Solicit Bids for a New Border Wall

The Trump Administration Will Soon Solicit Bids for a New Border Wall

The government will then review and narrow the offers over the following 10 days, the notice says. The Department of Homeland Security Customs Border Protection announced Friday it would solic...

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Severe Thunderstorms Possible Friday

Severe Thunderstorms Possible Friday

Damaging winds and large hail are possible, according to the weather service. "We still are watching some development that's taking place along a cold front to our west", he said, "so we're not out ...

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Ellison Gets Unlikely Boost From Trump in DNC Chair Race

Ellison Gets Unlikely Boost From Trump in DNC Chair Race

Donna Brazile tells Democratic National Committee members gathered in Atlanta that the party has worked with high-tech experts to leave the party more secure. And depending on who you are, that co...

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Kim Jong Nam attack suspect said she was paid $90

Kim Jong Nam attack suspect said she was paid $90

Kim Jong Nam died shortly after he was attacked last week by two women at the global airport. Police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said Friday in a text message to a reporter, "We are doing it now". US medic...

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Feds deny duping California police into immigration raid

Feds deny duping California police into immigration raid

Federal immigration officials pushed back hard against the assertion that they duped Santa Cruz police. But officials have denied the police department's request for the names of the immigrants who ...

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Another Trump Tweet About Chicago Violence: City 'Needs Help'

Another Trump Tweet About Chicago Violence: City 'Needs Help'

Shortly after taking office in January, Trump tweeted about the shootings in Chicago: "I will send in the Feds" if they don't fix the "horrible carnage" going on. Johnson urged lawmakers at every leve...

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Transgender bathrooms: Trump administration reverses Obama policies

Transgender bathrooms: Trump administration reverses Obama policies

The Obama-era rule directed public schools to allow transgender pupils to use toilets of their gender identity. Jackie Evancho, the opera singer who performed at Donald Trump's inauguration last mon...

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Contractors given timetable to pitch to build border wall with Mexico

Contractors given timetable to pitch to build border wall with Mexico

But it wasn't just smiles and handshakes. Mexico says it does not need financial aid from the United States , after US President Donald Trump requested a review of Washington's assistance to Me...

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JC Penney to close 130-140 of its stores

JC Penney to close 130-140 of its stores

Penney did not contact anyone at Rimrock Friday about the closures. But J.C. Penney, which brought in annual sales of $12.5 billion in 2016, compared to $19 billion a decade ago , has some edge ove...

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New York Times, CNN blocked from attending White House briefing

New York Times, CNN blocked from attending White House briefing

Earlier Friday, President Donald Trump complained about the media's use of anonymous sources at his speech at the 2017 CPAC summit, the nation's largest gathering of conservative activists. On Thursda...

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