Chris Pine is a surprisingly good fit for ‘I Am the Night’

Chris Pine is a surprisingly good fit for ‘I Am the Night’

There is a dandy story at the heart of “I am the Night,” a new limited series that premiered Monday night: the notorious Black Dahlia mystery. The case has spawned a cottage industry of books, films and TV movies since...
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ATF offering $5,000 reward for information on burglary of Big R in El Paso County

ATF offering $5,000 reward for information on burglary of Big R in El Paso County

EL PASO COUNTY – The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is seeking information on the burglary of a Big R store in eastern El Paso County. Along with the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the ATF is offering...
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Colder than the South Pole: U.S. Midwest gripped by deep freeze

Colder than the South Pole: U.S. Midwest gripped by deep freeze

A blast of polar air brought record-low temperatures to much of the U.S. Midwest on Wednesday, canceling trash pick-ups, halting the mail and forcing residents who pride themselves on their winter hardiness to huddle indoors. Source link
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'El Chapo' decided 'who lives and who dies' as drug boss, U.S. jury told

'El Chapo' decided 'who lives and who dies' as drug boss, U.S. jury told

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was someone who decided “who lives and who dies,” a prosecutor said in closing arguments in the accused Mexican drug kingpin’s trial in the United States. Source link
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How major cities are helping homeless populations during the polar vortex intrusion

How major cities are helping homeless populations during the polar vortex intrusion

New York, Washington, D.C., Boston and Chicago are taking extra measures to protect homeless populations amid extreme cold, and experts recommend tips for how you can help if you see someone in need. Source link
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Brooks Koepka’s slow-play rant targeted at Bryson DeChambeau

Brooks Koepka’s slow-play rant targeted at Bryson DeChambeau

Pick up the pace around Brooks Koepka. The three-time major champion doesn’t have time for golfers’ long pre-shot routines, specifically Bryson DeChambeau’s, who’s routine has gotten under Koepka’s skin. “I just don’t understand how it takes ...
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Tyson recalls thousands of chicken nuggets

Tyson recalls thousands of chicken nuggets

Tyson Foods is recalling more than 36,000 pounds of its chicken nugget products. Customers said they found pieces of “soft, blue rubber” inside the chicken. The U.S. Agriculture Department said to throw away all five-pound packages of Tyson white ...
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Big thumbs-up from Wall Street after Fed signals patience on rates

Big thumbs-up from Wall Street after Fed signals patience on rates

U.S. stocks surged on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it would be patient in lifting borrowing costs further this year, reassuring investors worried about a slowing economy. Source link
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Midwest U.S. in brutal grip of colder-than-Antarctica deep freeze

Midwest U.S. in brutal grip of colder-than-Antarctica deep freeze

Frozen Arctic winds brought record-low temperatures across much of the U.S. Midwest on Wednesday, unnerving residents accustomed to brutal winters and keeping them huddled indoors as offices closed and even mail carriers halted their rounds. Source link
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Police: No footage yet showing 'Empire' actor being attacked

Police: No footage yet showing 'Empire' actor being attacked

CHICAGO (AP) — Detectives have reviewed surveillance footage of "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett walking to a downtown Chicago apartment after an early-morning visit to a Subway restaurant, but none of it showed an attack on the actor, a police offic...
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