House arrest of Colombia's Uribe exposes post-peace tensions

In Colombia, former President Álvaro Uribe is both. The rift over Uribe, and the broader rift in Colombian society, born of generations of violence that diminished with a 2016...

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‘No such thing happened’: Former acting AG Sally Yates says Obama, Biden did not urge Flynn inquiry

By USA TODAY Yates was dismissed for refusing to defend President Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban days after he was inaugurated. …read more Source:: Top National News

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Isaias knocked out power to more than 3 million homes and businesses up and down the East Coast

More than 3.1 million homes and businesses have no electrical power after the powerful storm Isaias whipped through the mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Monday and Tuesday. …read more Source::...

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What are coaches and players willing to sacrifice for a college football season?

Coaches at Penn State and Wake Forest are self-isolating from at-risk family members because of the risk of catching coronavirus, while players and coaches with underlying health issues must...

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'Sorry to burst the magic bubble' says Florida lawmaker of hydroxychloroquine as he battles COVID-19

“I think perhaps some people are clinging to this to psychologically manage their anxiety over the disease,” State Rep. Randy Fine said. …read more Source:: Yahoo News

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FBI says audit found only minor errors in FISA warrants

The FBI said it found only “minor” errors in 29 warrant applications to the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, after the agency came under heavy criticism for its handling...

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‘Hot objects’ from vehicle tailpipe caused 26,850-acre Apple Fire in California, authorities say

By Palm Springs Desert Sun Only 7% of the perimeter was contained in the massive California blaze. Witnesses who saw the vehicle blamed for the fire are being sought....

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Nadal won’t play in US Open over virus concerns

Defending champion Rafael Nadal will skip the US Open because of the coronavirus pandemic, putting on hold his bid to equal Roger Federer’s men’s record for Grand Slam titles....

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Leon Fleisher, sublime pianist undaunted by mysterious hand malady, dies at 92

By Anne Midgette He was in his 30s when fingers in his right hand suddenly stopped working, but remained a gifted performer while gaining renown as a conductor and...

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One of America’s most storied brands is no more

Sprint was a storied American brand, but it is no longer. T-Mobile, which closed its $30 billion merger with the wireless carrier in April, officially retired the Sprint brand...

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