Special Counsel Wrapping Up Mar-a-Lago Probe (Second column, 8th story, link) Related stories:Eyeing overseas businessGAG: Trump ordered not to disclose evidence in hush caseE. Jean Carroll seeks more damages over town hall remarks
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Amid weak ratings for CNN's Trump town hall, the number of cable subscribers is plunging. Sooner or later, it will hurt news channels' bottom line.
MAY 23--A Kentucky man shot his roommate in the buttocks after the victim ate the last Hot Pocket in the freezer, according to cops who arrested the gunman for assault. As alleged in a court citatio
Guam, a remote US island territory in the Pacific, is bracing for a possible direct hit from Super Typhoon Mawar, which could unleash deadly winds, torrential rains and extreme flooding.
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'NOWHERE NEAR DEAL' (Main headline, 1st story, link)
Democrats demanded Gov. Henry McMaster apologize for the statement, which he made at a state GOP convention last weekend.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A 12-year-old and his 6-year-old brother robbed a woman at gunpoint in southwest Charlotte Sunday morning, police said. The two children walked up to the woman around 8 a.m. in an apartment complex parking lot and asked to use her phone. She gave it to them and they ran, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Capt. Jason Helton said at a press conference Monday. The robbery took place
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The bills, and others around the country, come in the wake of the Supreme Court’s June ruling for a high school football coach who prayed with players.