Cokie Roberts, Legendary Journalist, Dies at 75
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Cokie Roberts, Legendary Journalist, Dies at 75

Cokie Roberts was a member of a powerful political family, experiences she drew on as a leading Washington journalist for NPR and ABC News, died on Sept. 17,…

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Hurricane Kiko Intensifies Rapidly Over the Weekend
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Hurricane Kiko Intensifies Rapidly Over the Weekend

Starting as a tropical storm, Kiko grew into a Hurricane in only a few hours, as predicted by the National Weather Service. The hurricane will move across the…

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Pastor at Megachurch Commits Suicide [Video]
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Pastor at Megachurch Commits Suicide [Video]

Suicide remains an issue in the Christian community. Pastor Jarrid Wilson, a California church leader, author, and mental health advocate died by suicide Monday evening. Wilson, known as…

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Bomb Scare in Downtown Baltimore
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Bomb Scare in Downtown Baltimore

Emergency officials evacuated a large area in downtown Baltimore on Sept. 9, 2019, after an abandoned van loaded with 1,000 gallons of gasoline was discovered in the parking…

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Voice Actor Robert Axelrod From ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ Dies at 70
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Voice Actor Robert Axelrod From ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ Dies at 70

Robert Axelrod has died at the age of 70. He played the voices of Lord Zedd and Finister in the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.” According to his agent,…

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Costco Being Sued by Customer Over Anti-Semitism and Discrimination
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Costco Being Sued by Customer Over Anti-Semitism and Discrimination

One New Jersey location of Costco Wholesale is being sued after a customer reported anti-semitic comments and discrimination. While having any customer treated this way is unacceptable, it…

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First Day to Circulate Petitions for 2020: Race for Senate 25 Taking Shape
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First Day to Circulate Petitions for 2020: Race for Senate 25 Taking Shape

WEST CHICAGO: Today, Sept. 3, 2019, is the day to start collecting petition signatures for ballot qualification in 2020. In order to get on the ballot in Illinois,…

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Humboldt Park: The Community Untold Truths
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Humboldt Park: The Community Untold Truths

The entry of cultural live entertainment site Festivals, music, and dance: These are all common characteristics when describing live entertainment; where some will subliminally think of a night…

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San Jose Hotel Guests Report Foul-Smelling Odor
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San Jose Hotel Guests Report Foul-Smelling Odor

One woman has died, and eight people are sick due to a hazmat incident that occurred Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019, in a San Jose hotel, according to authorities.…

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Story of Dog Found on the Side of the Road With Snout Duct Taped and Throat Slit Turns Out to Be Fake
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Story of Dog Found on the Side of the Road With Snout Duct Taped and Throat Slit Turns Out to Be Fake

On August 17 news broke about a dog named Dani, who had been found on the side of an Ohio road with their snout allegedly taped closed and…

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