Second wave of tornadoes, thunderstorms to pummel the U.S. South and Midwest
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Second wave of tornadoes, thunderstorms to pummel the U.S. South and Midwest

(Reuters) – Tornadoes and thunderstorms will hit the U.S. South and Midwest for a second…

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Columbine principal, haunted by 20-year-old massacre, still recites victims’ names
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Columbine principal, haunted by 20-year-old massacre, still recites victims’ names

ARVADA, Colo. (Reuters) – Each morning for the last two decades, Frank DeAngelis has recited…

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Josh Lucas says there's a proposal for a 'Sweet Home Alabama' sequel with Patrick Dempsey
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Josh Lucas says there's a proposal for a 'Sweet Home Alabama' sequel with Patrick Dempsey

Josh Lucas and Reese Witherspoon in a scene from “Sweet Home Alabama.” (Photo: Touchstone Pictures) So…

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Trump calls Pope Francis to offer condolences for Notre Dame fire, offers 'our great experts'
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Trump calls Pope Francis to offer condolences for Notre Dame fire, offers 'our great experts'

Notre Dame organist Johann Vexo says there was shock, but no panic when the first…

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Anti-Vaxxers Sue New York City Health Department Over Vaccine Mandate
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Anti-Vaxxers Sue New York City Health Department Over Vaccine Mandate

New York law requires every student entering or attending public, private or parochial school to…

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Film, TV studios filing lawsuits against Canadian BitTorrent users
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Film, TV studios filing lawsuits against Canadian BitTorrent users

If you received a piece of registered mail from a movie studio looking to sue…

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6 months in, pot shops in Sask. say prices push people to dealers
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6 months in, pot shops in Sask. say prices push people to dealers

Recreational cannabis has been legal in Canada for six months, but licensed retailers in Saskatchewan…

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Canada’s inflation rate rises to 1.9% in March as food prices climb
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Canada’s inflation rate rises to 1.9% in March as food prices climb

Canada’s trade deficit narrows to $2.9 billion
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Canada’s trade deficit narrows to $2.9 billion

Canada’s February trade deficit was $2.9 billion, narrowing the gap from a revised shortfall of…

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Freeland vows to protect Canadian interest following U.S. decision to allow lawsuits targeting Cuba properties
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Freeland vows to protect Canadian interest following U.S. decision to allow lawsuits targeting Cuba properties

Canada is “deeply disappointed” with the Trump administration’s decision to allow lawsuits against foreign firms operating…

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