Mangkhut typhoon killed at least 66 people

Typhoon Mangkhut has killed at least 66 people in the Philippines. A Philippine mayor, however, conceded Monday that the fifty people swept by a landslide are probably all dead. Mayor…

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Nebraska Makes Decision on Keystone XL Trace

The Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) on Tuesday rejected TransCanada’s request to reconsider its latest decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. In approving the project last November, the PSC authorized…

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ICE concludes four-day operation in northern California with 232 arrests of undocumented immigrants

An Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) operation that took place over the past four days in northern California in an area that stretched from Bakersfield to the border with the…

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A boom of female candidates and the Democratic energy mark the primary in Texas

With more participation and with candidates for almost all the positions in dispute, many of them women, the Democratic Party hopes to gain land in this conservative state, despite the…

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Minnesota Mother Didn’t Even Know She Was Pregnant

Duluth, MN – Trish Staine is the mother of a large blended family consisting of two children with her husband and his three older boys from his prior marriage. Trish…

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