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Government shutdown brews trouble for craft beer makers

5 hours ago   |   NBC News

The agency that approves beer labels is currently shutdown, leaving many craft beer makers frustrated over the situation. Rob Burns of Night Shift Brewing explains how the...
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A Professional Bull Rider Died After a Bull He Was Riding Stepped on His Chest

6 hours ago   |   Time

A 25-year-old professional bull rider has died after being stomped by a bull at an event Tuesday. Mason Lowe, of Exeter, Mo., was injured at the National Western Stock Show in...
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New York Confronts Its Worst Measles Outbreak in Decades

7 hours ago   |   NY Times

The disease spread within ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities where vaccination rates are low and some are suspicious of government health workers.
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A slight flu reprieve in the Lehigh Valley - but still bad

7 hours ago   |   The Morning Call

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is saying there has been a slight reprieve in flu activity throughout the state over the last two weeks - even if one look around the...
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A Latino veteran was detained for deportation - until ICE realized he was an American citizen

8 hours ago   |   The Morning Call

Richard Kessler, an immigration lawyer in Grand Rapids, Michigan, said he was surprised when a woman he had worked with called to tell him that her son, a 27-year-old Marine...
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Free City Colleges tuition, free CTA rides and more backed by five Chicago mayoral candidates at packed West Side forum

16 hours ago   |   Chicago Tribune   |   2 articles

Five Chicago mayoral candidates committed on Wednesday night to free tuition for all city students at City Colleges of Chicago, free ‘L' and bus rides for youths and seniors...
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Free City Colleges tuition, free CTA rides and more backed by five Chicago mayoral candidates at packed West Side forum

17 hours ago   |   Chicago Tribune   |   2 articles

Five Chicago mayoral candidates committed on Wednesday night to free tuition for all city students at City Colleges of Chicago, free ‘L' and bus rides for youths and seniors...
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Experts unveil plans to overhaul the world's diet

Experts unveil plans to overhaul the world's diet

17 hours ago   |   New York Post

A hamburger a week, but no more - that's about as much red meat people should eat to do what's best for their health and the planet, according to a report seeking to overhaul...
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New proposal would require Medicaid recipients to work for benefits

New proposal would require Medicaid recipients to work for benefits

17 hours ago   |   WYFF

South Carolina health officials are considering changes to the Medicaid system.
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Anti-vaxxers are top ‘threats to global health,': World Health Organization

Anti-vaxxers are top ‘threats to global health,': World Health Organization

18 hours ago   |   New York Post

Anti-vaxxers, or those who oppose vaccines, were deemed a top “threat to global health” in 2019 by the World Health Organization. “Vaccine hesitancy,” as the United Nations...
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Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen says Trump directed him to pay for poll...

Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen says Trump directed him to pay for poll rigging

President Donald Trump's former "fixer" Michael Cohen said he paid the head of a small technology company thousands in 2015 to rig online polls at "the direction of and for the... Read more ...

Police: Man made bomb in sushi restaurant, claimed threats aren't taken...

Police: Man made bomb in sushi restaurant, claimed threats aren't taken 'seriously'

Police say a man built a bomb inside a sushi restaurant because “people don't take these types of threats seriously.” Read more ...

Government may have split up thousands more migrant families than initially...

Government may have split up thousands more migrant families than initially reported

A federal report found that family separations were occurring before the spring of last year, when the administration announced its "zero tolerance" policy on the southwest border. Read more ...

Driver in crash that killed family of 5 had blood alcohol level nearly 4...

Driver in crash that killed family of 5 had blood alcohol level nearly 4 times legal limit

A suspected drunken driver heading the wrong way on an interstate in Kentucky struck a vehicle carrying five family members from Michigan. Read more ...

Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Marino, who worked on Trump's PA campaign, is...

Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Marino, who worked on Trump's PA campaign, is resigning from Congress just 2 weeks into his 5th term

Just two weeks after being sworn in for a fifth term, Republican U.S. Rep. Tom Marino says he is leaving Congress. Read more ...

At least 8 dead after car bombing in Colombia

At least 8 dead after car bombing in Colombia

At least eight people were killed and another 10 wounded when a car bomb exploded Thursday at a police academy in the Colombian capital of Bogota, officials said. The bomb went... Read more ...

Thousands more migrant children separated under Trump than previously known...

Thousands more migrant children separated under Trump than previously known: feds

Team Trump separated thousands more migrant children at the border than it had previously acknowledged, and the separations began months before his “zero tolerance” policy was... Read more ...

Trump Postpones Pelosi Trip To War Zone After She Postpones State Of The Union

Trump Postpones Pelosi Trip To War Zone After She Postpones State Of The Union

"In light of the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay, I am sure you would agree that postponing this public relations event is totally appropriate," the president... Read more ...

Federal judge in Wisconsin strikes early-voting restrictions

Federal judge in Wisconsin strikes early-voting restrictions

Restrictions passed by majority Republicans last month limit early voting to the two weeks leading up to an election Read more ...

Minnesota Wild Acquire Center Victor Rask, Send Nino Niederreiter To Carolina

Minnesota Wild Acquire Center Victor Rask, Send Nino Niederreiter To Carolina

MINNEAPOLIS - Center Victor Rask was sent to Minnesota from Carolina in an exchange for Nino Niederreiter on Thursday. Rask is currently bogged down in a 22-game goal drought... Read more ...