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More than a hundred remain unaccounted for, an ever-changing list of names amid the frenzy of new and canceled missing persons reports.
The Catholic comic fell away from his faith until a stranger handed him a frozen Bible
Thousands of veterans using the GI Bill have been put under financial strain after VA's computer systems buckled under complex new rules.
The charges carry a possible death sentence, though the department has not yet decided whether to seek that penalty.
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About 15 to 20 people being housed at Neighborhood Church of Chico have tested positive for norovirus, said Lisa Almaguer, a spokeswoman for the Butte County Public Health Department.
“The next thing I expected to hear was gunshots, frankly,” said Rich Scherr, who was in the audience.
A supersized snow band is set to move through the region.
“He’s doing great!,” announced the Make-A-Wish foundation, which helped make his crime-fighting dream come true in 2013 when thousands of people watched him lock up The Riddler.
In bid to reduce underage vaping and smoking, agency moves to impose sales restrictions and bans.
But we've heard all this before.
The move to the heart of the defense industry could boost government contracts
Now, Catholics are waiting to see what comes out of the Vatican's February gathering of bishops.
Gypsy Blanchard pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in 2016, but the case is far from over.
It all seemed like a horrible accident at first, or at least that is what Ali Elmezayen told the news and police.
A study using beetles showed that successive heat waves can virtually sterilize males.
The State Department documented atrocities in Myanmar but left out a legal determination that critics say blunted its impact. This week’s talks in Singapore reflected the same stance.
"All of a sudden the bus started swerving," one survivor said. "We spun around like two times, hit the railing then flipped over."
Victims seek the names of all Catholic clergy involved in abuse nationwide, and a class-action suit accuses the church of racketeering and conspiracy.
The conference opened dramatically with the Vatican’s insistence that the body delay a vote on reform measures until a major Vatican synod in the winter.
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