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12 July 2018

Bing’s Propaganda

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Harrowing audition

Tackled thief, fired

Puerto Rico shirt rant

Cops admit ‘error’

Netflix supplants HBO

Apologizes for comment

5,300-year-old meal

An Emmy first

Ghost particles origin

Quarry scrutinized

Fire destroys store

‘A very nice note’

Senior aide leaving WH

Mugshot revealed

Won 15th WSOP bracelet

Strzok testifies

Bill to abolish ICE

Train derails in Ariz.

Fake accounts purged

Admits ethical lapses

Posthumous Emmy noms

DOJ appeals merger

US: Youngest reunited

Syrian flag over Daraa

12 hurt in Cairo blast

China: Blast kills 19

Bus crash in Colorado

Traded to Nuggets

Faces assault charges

Lane County deputies shot and killed a marijuana business worker on company property Thursday after authorities say he emerged from a building with a …

Oregonian · 4h

Google’s Propaganda

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Democrats’ push to abolish ICE reaches Capitol Hill

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Black Man Asked To Leave His Own Pool

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Manafort mugshot released | TheHill

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Paul Ryan Photographer: Zach Gibson/Bloomberg

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A man stole a gun from a store, cops say. But what a manager did next got him fired.Academy Sports manager fired for tackling accused gun thief | Miami Herald

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Socialists divided over Cynthia Nixon

Politico

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A cigarette tax is low-hanging fruit if legislators seriously consider tax increases. Alabama's tax of 42.5 cents a pack was fifth lowest in the nation as of August 2013, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. House General Fund chairman Steve Clouse has said he would support an increase of 20 cents to 30 cents a pack, one that would not put Alabama much above most neighboring states. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

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Firefighters rescue man stuck in cement hopper

KTVU San Francisco

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A U.S. soldier exits a Black Hawk helicopter on May 5 during a demonstration at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. (Photo by Samuel King Jr/ Defense Department)

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The burglar was so stuck in the escape room business that he called police for help getting out.

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Prescription opioids like OxyContin flooded Missouri during the past six years.

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Heat might really be getting to your brain

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The U.S. flag flies at the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, July 29, 2011. President Barack Obama and congressional leaders began a fresh attempt to reach agreement on raising the U.S. debt cap, with a potential framework for a deal emerging two days before a default deadline. Photographer: Joshua Roberts

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