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Homeless moms evicted after long fight to live in vacant California home

Two homeless mothers in Oakland, California who were occupying an vacant residence owned by a development company were evicted Tuesday morning, after hundreds in the community protested Monday to support

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St. Louis prosecutor alleges violations of KKK Act in lawsuit against city

St. Louis’ first black chief prosecutor is accusing the city, the local police union and others of a “racially motivated conspiracy” to prevent her from doing her job, invoking a

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Dating apps like Grindr could pose a national security risk, experts warn

It is the hope of some dating app users that the connections they form online will last a lifetime. But while apps such as Grindr, Tinder, Hinge and The League

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Jay-Z goes to bat for Mississippi prisoners and files federal lawsuit

Rap mogul Jay-Z sued the head of the Mississippi Department of Corrections and the warden of the state penitentiary Tuesday on behalf of 29 prisoners who say the two officials

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‘Friends,’ ‘Highlander’ actor Stan Kirsch dead at age 51

Stan Kirsch, who played the immortal Richie Ryan on the 1990s television series “Highlander,” died Saturday. He was 51. “We tragically lost our beloved Stan Kirsch on January 11,” his

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More than 50 injured after Delta jet dumps fuel on L.A. schools during midair emergency

Scores of people were exposed to jet fuel or fumes on Tuesday when a Delta flight was forced to dump fuel over a Los Angeles schoolyard and school buildings during

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Border Patrol chief Carla Provost, first woman to lead agency, to step down

Carla Provost, one of the longer-serving members of President Donald Trump’s administration, is stepping down as chief of U.S. Border Patrol, a spokesperson for the agency said Tuesday. There was

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