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Midwestern flood triggered by bomb cyclone: ​​Thousands evacuate

CLOSE Officials in eastern Nebraska are still evacuating communities around rivers playing their banks in the wake of heavy rain and massive snow melting. Time, Time A "bomb cyclone" storm that inflated rivers as it broke through much of the Midwest combined with spring snowmelt Sunday to drive some Midwest Rivers to record levels and force the evacuation of hundreds …

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Police block access to N.J. neighborhood where accused mobboss killer Anthony Comello was captured

Police blocked public access to a bayside New Jersey neighborhood Sunday where Anthony Comello, the man accused of gunning down a reputable mob boss last week, was arrested as the investigation of the Staten Island death continues ongoing. A source told NJ Advance Media that Comello, 24, of Staten Island, was arrested on Cadiz Drive in Brick. Real estate records …

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Black editor resigns from paper that required KKK to "go again"

CLOSE Goodloe Sutton, publisher of the magazine Democrat-Reporter, discusses media coverage of his controversial editorial in Linden, Ala., Thursday, February 21, 2019. Montgomery Advertiser The African American woman who took control of an Alabama newspaper that once demanded that the Ku Klux Klan "ride again" has gone down due to continued disturbances from the paper's former leaders. Elecia Dexter, who …

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South LA gas tank explosion damages 2

SOUTH LOS ANGELES (KABC) – Firefighters responded to a gas tank explosion that resulted in two-person hospitals on Sunday morning in South Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The event occurred on the 200-block of W. Slauson Avenue at about 7:45. The idea was in a storage yard when it exploded, which resulted in two homes being …

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Trump Renews Attacks on John McCain, months after Senator's death

WASHINGTON – Tucked between St. Patrick's Day Greetings and Repeat Criticism of a Revival of "Saturday Night Live", President Trump demonstrated that even death does not cease from anger at Twitter. In Twitter posts on Saturday and On Sunday, Mr. Trump renewed his criticism of Senator John McCain, the Republican Republican who died in August from complications from a virulent …

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Trump attends church at St. Patrick's Day

President Trump Donald John TrumpBiden on potential candidacy: "I have the most progressive record" Left-wing Dems in Minority with New Approach to Spending the Washington Senate Passing Bill That Would Keep Trump Off From 2020, Unless He releases ROI MORE attended the Sunday morning service in St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington DC to mark St. Patrick's Day. The president …

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