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Police sources: New evidence suggests Jussie Smollett orchestrated attack

Two law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN that Chicago Police believe Jussie Smollett paid two men to orchestrate the assault.

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He's made crosses for more than 25,000 victims since Columbine. The five he just made were the toughest.

Greg Zanis can talk a lot about the crosses he's made — all 26,275. But the five more he made on Friday for the Aurora workplace victims were the toughest he's ever had to make.

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Trump's tariffs have helped steel companies. Workers are still waiting.

American steel companies are planning to reopen several mills this year, adding jobs across the country, thanks in part to President Donald Trump's ...

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Bill de Blasio: The Path Amazon Rejected

It could have answered the concerns of citizens. Instead it bolted.

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R.E.M. blasts Trump for retweeting video that uses 'Everybody Hurts' to mock Democrats

The alternative rockers are not happy that President Donald Trump retweeted a snarky video clip from his State of the Union address that features the ...

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Illinois shooting rampage highlights scourge of workplace gun violence

Gary Martin opened fire with a Smith & Wesson on the day he was fired from the Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora, Illinois, killing five workers and wounding ...

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The City of Lost Love

Some blocks make me nostalgic for old love and some make me grateful that time doesn’t stand still.

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Immunotherapies could change kidney cancer care, studies suggest

Two studies showed that renal cell cancer patients had significantly better outcomes when their treatment combined the targeted therapy drug axitinib, or Inlyta, with an immunotherapy -- one study used pembrolizumab, or Keytruda, and the other used avelumab, or Bavencio.

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Time to Panic

The planet is getting warmer in catastrophic ways. And fear may be the only thing that saves us.

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Don’t Let Sex Distract You From the Revolution

Maybe the Second Wave celibates were on to something.

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U.S. Military Starts Flying Aid for Venezuela to Colombia

The shipments of humanitarian aid aboard Air Force planes come as the Pentagon is preparing for the possibility of missions in Venezuela.

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What Is Death?

It’s not a simple biological fact. It’s a complex social choice.

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Will backlash against Amazon's NYC tax breaks kill other deals?

Is the Amazon-New York City split up on Valentine's Day the start of a new trend?

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Uber sues NYC over limit on ridehailing vehicles

Uber is suing New York City over its temporary cap on new vehicle licenses for ridehailing companies to address traffic congestion. It claims the city plans on making the cap permanent.

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The woman in the New Jersey Memorial Day melee pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

A woman whose violent arrest by New Jersey officers last Memorial Day weekend was captured in a video that went viral will serve probation under a plea deal and stay off local beaches for a year, her lawyer said.

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‘No One Survived.’ A Taliban Attack Kills 32 at Remote Afghan Post.

The attack on the small base was the latest in a series of deadly Taliban ambushes of Afghan security outposts.

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Calif. governor accuses Trump of 'ignoring real emergency': Camp Fire

California Gov. Gavin Newsom said President Donald Trump is ignoring a "real emergency" -- Camp Fire afterward -- and is "manufacturing a crisis" on ...

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Stockton starts giving some residents $500 a month to fight poverty

Residents of Stockton, California have been through a lot: from widespread foreclosures to the city going bankrupt. But for a handful of residents, some help is here.

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Chinese customers accuse Spanish bank BBVA of racism

Spain's second-largest bank has apologized after hundreds of Chinese customers accused the group of racism for freezing their bank accounts without warning.

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Shooter in deadly Illinois rampage was not supposed to own a gun, police say

The man who killed five people at his Illinois workplace Friday after he was told he was being fired was not supposed to have a gun because of a 1995 aggravated assault conviction in Mississippi, a police official said.

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These are the victims of the mass shooting in Aurora, Illinois

Police have released the names of the five victims in Friday's mass shooting in Aurora, Illinois.

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Why Amazon's Presidents Day sale is a can't-miss shopping event

Looking to save big on your favorite products this Presidents Day? Shop Amazon's 2019 Presidents Day sale for the best discounts on Amazon Alexa ...

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Biden says US should remain committed to its allies abroad

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday returned to a familiar place on the world stage in his role as a "citizen," assuring political leaders ...

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Phony Wall, Phony Emergency

The president plans to manage the border crisis from the golf course at Mar-a-Lago this weekend.

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Building collapses in St. Petersburg

A building collapsed in St. Petersburg on Saturday afternoon, a spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Emergency told CNN.

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Baltimore judge overturns $38M award to family in police killing case

A Baltimore County judge has overturned a jury's $38 million wrongful death awarded last year to the family of a woman shot and killed by police three years ago.

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Mikaela Shiffrin makes history with fourth straight slalom gold

Mikaela Shiffrin proved she really is in a league of her own in the slalom, becoming the first skier in history to win four consecutive world titles in the same event.

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