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The fire stands as the most destructive in California history. More than 6,000 buildings have been destroyed, the vast majority of them homes.
Unions and civil rights groups are among those going to bat for the Democratic leader, who has yet to clinch the necessary votes.
Election 2018
This year’s midterm elections have unleashed a new level of vitriol over the results in certain closely fought races.
Kyrsten Sinema, who defeated fellow congresswoman Martha McSally, will replace Republican Sen. Jeff Flake and become the first female senator in Arizona’s history.
The conservative author said that after two months of providing information to prosecutors, his cooperation “exploded” in recent weeks.
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Bishops expressed a mixture of disappointment, acceptance and frustration at the surprising directive from Rome, while victims’ advocates accused church leaders of impeding reforms.
The military said it had targeted the TV station for “providing operational messaging to militants” as a barrage of rockets from Gaza showed no sign of slowing. Palestinian factions vowed revenge after a botched Israeli covert operation.
The Weekly Standard released the recording at the center of an article describing King’s comments after a Twitter fight with the newly reelected Iowa Republican, who had accused the magazine of lying and fabricating the story.
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Lee was comics’ greatest ambassador, and his promotional genius included comic-book features such as Stan’s Soapbox — Lee’s column that, in his trademark dramatic verbiage, spoke directly to readers as true “believers.”
The incident at a bar near Chicago could become a touchstone in a persistent debate about how places such as schools, nightclubs and houses of worship should steel themselves against gunmen.
In a competitive National League race between two elite hitters and a pitcher who caught fire down the stretch, Acuna bested Washington's rookie slugger, Juan Soto.
In a photo, more than 40 boys in a rural city are shown hoisting their right arms, stiff and straight into the air, fingers pointed out. A caption on Twitter read, “We even got the black kid to throw it up #BarabooProud.”
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