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Tabloid paid $30,000 for tip Trump fathered illegitimate child, then spiked story

Tabloid paid $30,000 for tip Trump fathered illegitimate child, then spiked story NEW YORK — Eight months before the company that owns the National
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Mobile County school board member confirms son as victim in Gulfwood double homicide

Mobile County school board member confirms son as victim in Gulfwood double homicide The Mobile County School Board held a changing of the guard
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Jeffco teacher union: Sentance a ‘dismal failure,’ should be fired

Jeffco teacher union: Sentance a ‘dismal failure,’ should be fired A¬†Jefferson County teacher union is calling for Alabama superintendent Michael Sentance to be fired.
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U.S. News college rankings: Two Alabama schools tops for veterans

U.S. News college rankings: Two Alabama schools tops for veterans U.S. News & World Report has released its 2018 college rankings, and two Alabama
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Florida assessing scope of Irma’s damage as aid rushes in: What we know Tuesday morning

Florida assessing scope of Irma’s damage as aid rushes in: What we know Tuesday morning MIAMI (AP) — Aid rushed in to hurricane-scarred Florida
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The rockets red glare – fireworks at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center

The rockets red glare – fireworks at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center What better place to view fireworks than in rocket park at
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July 4th safety tips for pets: Help your dogs, cats handle fireworks

July 4th safety tips for pets: Help your dogs, cats handle fireworks Everyone loves July 4th, right? Well, not pets. Independence Day fireworks can
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North Korea’s latest missile launch lands in Japan Sea, flies longer than previous ones

North Korea’s latest missile launch lands in Japan Sea, flies longer than previous ones SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea conducted what may be
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Photo captures two Birmingham officers reuniting after horrific crash

Photo captures two Birmingham officers reuniting after horrific crash Two Birmingham police officers injured when a homicide suspect barreled into their patrol cruiser continue
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Is Chicago proof that gun laws don’t work?

Is Chicago proof that gun laws don’t work? Chicago suffered¬†record-breaking violence in 2016: 4,331 shootings and 762 homicides. That’s more deaths than in New