Cubs SS Addison Russell returns to lineup against Rockies

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Cubs SS Addison Russell returns to lineup against Rockies

Addison Russell returned to the Chicago Cubs' lineup on Saturday, two days after Major League Baseball began an investigation of the All-Star
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Rallies against Islamic law draw counter-protests across US

Demonstrations against Islamic law Saturday in cities across the U.S. drew counter-protests by people who said they stoked unfounded fears and a
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Health of Nashville defenseman Ryan Ellis still in question

The health of Nashville defenseman Ryan Ellis is in question after he couldn't finish Game 5, and the Predators are offering no clues at all for Game 6
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Paris prosecutor charge Notre Dame attacker

The hammer-wielding man who attacked police officers patrolling in front of Notre Dame Cathedral appears to have radicalized himself through the
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School probing why pro-Trump yearbook photos were altered

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School probing why pro-Trump yearbook photos were altered

A New Jersey school district is investigating why the yearbook photos of two high school students were altered to remove President Donald Trump's
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Trump To put apprenticeships in the spotlight

President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump are set to travel to Wisconsin Tuesday to join Gov. Scott Walker to tour a technical college,
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Clarendon's essay on being sexually assaulted helps others

Layshia Clarendon knew it was time to speak up about being sexually assaulted when she was younger. The Atlanta Dream guard penned an essay
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Did James Comey Slither Into $10 Million Book Deal With Hollywood Movie In Tow?

They're calling it a “golden parachute,” unlike anything that Washington has seen before as the nation's top publishers are vying to make a book deal
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Anti-Sharia marches planned across the US

A series of marches against Sharia, a strict form of Islamic law, are set to take place in dozens of cities across the United States on Saturday.
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150 non-fiction best-sellers that you can sell for 5x my price…

I'm just asking for 60 cents per book and every book has a cover-price of over $20 and many of them have cover prices of over $30! every one of the
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Column: The crazy life of boxer Johnny Tapia

Johnny Tapia was never going to make it alive into the International Boxing Hall of Fame. He had way too many addictions, way too many demons.
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Car strikes pedestrians outside Amsterdam station, 5 injured

Amsterdam police say that a car has struck pedestrians outside the city's main railway station, injuring five people. The driver has been arrested.
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French Open takeaways: Ostapenko's fearlessness ruled the day

It's been 16 years since Jennifer Capriati lost the first set of the French Open final and won. Until Saturday in Paris, no one had come back from that
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The Latest: Ostapenko levels French Open final against Halep

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The Latest: Ostapenko levels French Open final against Halep

The Latest from the French Open (all times local): ——— 4:40 p.m. Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko has leveled the French Open final by winning the
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Jelena Ostapenko beats Simona Halep to win French Open

PARIS — Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia used bold strokes and an unbending will to come back and stun No. 3? Simona Halep 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in
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Hollywood pays homage to 'Batman' icon Adam West

Adam West, one of the most iconic actors to ever wear the Batman cape and cowl, died on Friday at the age of 88. The West family shared the news on
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1 injured after hot-air balloon collision in Illinois

At least one person was injured after high winds forced hot-air balloons to collide in Chatsworth, Illinois. A bystander took a cellphone video of the
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Reception Sunday, June 11 for New Woodstock History Book

Just released this week by Arcadia Publishing and The History Press, Barrett has compiled an historical bird's eye view of this community, using the
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Russian nanotechnology official arrested for fraud

A top official for the Russian government's nanotechnology promotion arm has been detained on fraud charges. The state Investigative Committee
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Elite Winners: Nadal, Russell, Auriemma amass championships

Rafael Nadal can win his 10th French Open title by beating Stan Wawrinka in Sunday's final in Paris. Nadal would become the first player — man or
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The Latest: Marches against Islamic law draw opposition

The Latest on marches against Islamic law being held in U.S. cities (all times local): 10:40 a.m. Marches against Islamic law have drawn larger
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Defensemen help Penguins play fast in Stanley Cup Final

Ron Hainsey avoiding a big hit and carrying the puck from end to end isn't what the Pittsburgh Penguins ask of him or any other defenseman not
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Japanese horse Epicharis scratched from Belmont Stakes

The Belmont Stakes is down to 11 horses after Epicharis was scratched after a veterinarian exam on Saturday morning. The New York Racing
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US Open test includes the space between the ears

The U.S. Open aspires to be the complete test in golf, which goes beyond the physical skills to include the space between the ears. It helps to keep the
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New Creative Writing Degree Program Founded at Hartwick College

The Writer's News keeps you informed about new developments in the writing world, including award and publication announcements.
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Spanish NGO boat saves 391 migrants off Libyan coast

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Spanish NGO boat saves 391 migrants off Libyan coast

A boat belonging to a Spanish aid organization has rescued 391 migrants attempting the dangerous crossing of the Mediterranean Sea. Laura Lanuza
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Kish offers variety of classes in the Arts in fall

ENG 299 is Creative Writing – Fiction and meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2 – 3:15p.m. This course is a study of the structure and elements
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Germany's Merkel seeks to ease tensions with military

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Germany's Merkel seeks to ease tensions with military

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is praising the country's army as “indispensable” amid friction between military and government over the handling
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IS propaganda hard hit by killings, battlefield setbacks

Supported by crutches and a fellow Islamic State jihadi, Abu Shuaib al-Maslawi hopped on his left leg toward the explosives-laden black SUV that he
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Egypt's El-Sissi praises Trump's stance on Qatar

Egypt President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has praised President Trump for his role in “the formation of a united front to combat terrorism” after he called on
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For Labour's Corbyn, strong result turns defeat into victory

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For Labour's Corbyn, strong result turns defeat into victory

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn lost Britain's election, but his beaming smile and enthusiastic thumbs' up the morning after was the demeanor of a
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RUDY L KUSUMA HAS WRITTEN A DETAILED HANDBOOK TO GUIDE HOMEOWNERS …

Rudy Kusuma is California's leading and award-winning realtor as well as a best-selling author. Previously, he authored 'Selling Your Home For Top
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13 Philippine marines killed in fighting with militants

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13 Philippine marines killed in fighting with militants

Thirteen Philippine marines were killed in fierce fighting with Muslim militants who have laid siege to a southern city for nearly a month in the biggest
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A decade of publishing Pacific books

A small New Zealand-based Pacific Island book publisher is celebrating being open for a decade, despite a highly competitive and overcrowded book
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