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Kanye West handed Uganda's president a pair of his autographed sneakers during a visit to the East African nation in which the rapper is said to be recording music in a tent. [Read More]
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A head-on collision seriously injured at least one person and shut down Valley Center Road in Escondido on Monday afternoon, police said. The crash was reported a few minutes before 2:45 p.m. on southbound Valley Center Road approaching Lake Wohlford Road, Escondido police Lt. Scott Walters said.... [Read More]
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For the first time in his NBA career, future Hall of Famer Tony Parker took the court in San Antonio as a member of another team. ... [Read More]
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The municipality recommended that Jerusalem residents take precautions in the event of snowfall, such as equipping themselves with non-electrical heating devices, trimming greenery near cables, etc. [Read More]
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A Democratic lawmaker said he intends to propose a resolution to formally censure Rep. Steve King over the Iowa Republican's comments on white nationalism. [Read More]
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You have two weeks until tax season opens, and the partial federal government shutdown is still ongoing. While the IRS says you will get the refund you're owed, accountants believe the process won't be easy. Here's why filing your 2018 return could be complicated. [Read More]
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An Australian Open line judge was taken from the court for several minutes after being hit by a ball during a first-round men's singles match between Fabio Fognini and Jaume Munar. After being hit in the lower back by a serve from Munar, the woman was checked by medical officials and returned to... [Read More]
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Tony Parker wearing a Charlotte Hornets uniform in San Antonio on Monday was a strange sight, indeed. The four-time champion with the Spurs made his first NBA appearance as a visitor after spending 17 years in San Antonio that included six All-Star nods and a Finals MVP. While the Spurs faithful tormented... [Read More]
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In her first match of the season, against an Aussie on center court, Madison Keys made it seem straight forward as she advanced to the second round of the Australian Open. [Read More]
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The FDA increased inspections of foreign drugmakers. Problems remain at Chinese and Indian plants that made blood pressure meds recalled for cancer risk. [Read More]
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The Minnesota appeals court decision affects 60 suits filed in state courts involving the widely used surgical warming device. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump hosted the Clemson Tigers to celebrate their college football national championship, treating them to a fast food spread that he paid for himself, given the government shutdown. [Read More]
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The US government's partial shutdown violates certain peace treaties with Native American tribes by disrupting services from federal agencies like the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe spokesperson Remi Bald Eagle told Sputnik. [Read More]
The Pentagon is reportedly set to send a new batch of active duty troops to the southern border at the urging of the Department of Homeland Security. [Read More]
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"I think we spoke loud and clear that we will not tolerate this in the Republican Party," said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif. [Read More]
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A Jewish commissioner from Hallandale Beach has accused a Muslim congresswoman from Michigan of being an anti-Semite who might "blow up Capitol Hill." [Read More]
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He spared her life and named her Eve. Now instead of a lobster pot she's going to live in an aquarium. [Read More]
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Apple should be in the hunt for a video content company, Wedbush analyst Dan Ives said in a new report. The company's future growth is dependent on its services business, and a streaming video offering is expected and needed to drive that business, Ives said. Ives think the company has several potential and notable targets. Dan Ives thinks the time has come for Apple to open up its wallet and buy a piece of Hollywood. Like others on Wall Street, Ives, an analyst who covers the iPhone maker for Wedbush, thinks the company's future is in... [Read More]
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Active-duty troops deployed to the US-Mexico border will not be leaving anytime soon, the US Department of Defense announced Monday evening. The border mission, initially expected to wrap up on Dec. 15 of last year, has been extended to Sept. 30. The cost of the deployment is expected to hit $132 million by the end of this month. US troops deployed to the US-Mexico border will remain there until at least the end of September, the Pentagon revealed in an emailed statement Monday evening. Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, who took over for former Secretary... [Read More]
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Volkswagen said it was adding 1,000 jobs at the Chattanooga, Tennessee, plant and that electric-vehicle production there would begin in 2022. [Read More]
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