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Aretha Franklin's handwritten wills raise tangled legal questions

Aretha Franklin's Handwritten Wills Raise Complex Legal Questions

Aretha Franklin's handwritten wills might not pass muster in some states. But a court in Michigan, where she died, is more likely to take them seriously, experts say.



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Shhh! Don’t Tell Evangelical Supporters of Israel, but Abortion There Is Legal — and Often It’s Free

Shhh! Don't Tell Evangelical Supporters Of Israel, But Abortion There Is Legal -- And Often It's Free

For Israelis, the affinity of President Donald Trump s evangelical supporters for the Jewish state has been a bonanza. From the recogniti...



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A Transgender Woman Who Was Attacked in Dallas Last Month Has Been Found Dead

A Transgender Woman Who Was Attacked In Dallas Last Month Has Been Found Dead

When Muhlaysia Booker was attacked in April, it made headlines. One month later, she was shot and killed. The police have not linked the two episodes.



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Rare 'blue flower moon' will appear in Saturday night's sky

Rare 'blue Flower Moon' Will Appear In Saturday Night's Sky

May's full moon is typically known as the flower moon because of all the blooms this month. This year it coincides with a rare occurrence: a blue moon.



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Andrew Yang wants to tax Amazon and Google like oil so every American can get $1,000 a month — no questions asked

Andrew Yang Wants To Tax Amazon And Google Like Oil So Every American Can Get $1,000 A Month

'We're facing an automation wave [that will eliminate] 20-30 per cent of American jobs in the next 11 to 20 years'



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Revealed: nine more US states considering hardline anti-abortion bills

Revealed: Nine More US States Considering Hardline Anti-abortion Bills

Legislation similar to the six-week abortion ban signed into law in Georgia this month pushed by high-profile conservative Janet Porter



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Massachusetts man charged with murder in Appalachian Trail machete attack.

A Man Who Threatened Appalachian Trail Hikers Last Month Is Now Suspected Of Attacking 2 With A Knife

A man who allegedly threatened hikers on the Appalachian Trail in Tennessee last month has been charged with killing a hiker and wounding another during knife attacks last weekend on a remote stretch of the trail in southwestern Virginia.



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Chris Darden withdrawing from defending Nispey Hussle's accused killer

Chris Darden Withdrawing From Defending Nispey Hussle's Accused Killer

The former O.J. Simpson prosecutor said he and his family have been receiving death threats after he took on the high profile case.



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According to our capitalist overlords, you're broke because you eat lunch

According To Our Capitalist Overlords, You're Broke Because You Eat Lunch

In an article published in USA Today, the newspaper claimed that Americans are indulging in too many 'nonessential' expenditures ... like having a midday meal



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The suspect in the California synagogue shooting faces 109 federal civil rights and hate crime charges

The Suspect In The California Synagogue Shooting Faces 109 Federal Civil Rights And Hate Crime Charges

The suspect in last month's shooting at a synagogue in Poway, California, now faces more than a hundred federal civil rights and hate crime charges, according to federal prosecutors.



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Border apprehensions: 99,000 migrants apprehended along U.S.-Mexico border in April, Customs and Border Protection says

Border Apprehensions Continue Record Streak, Climbing To 99,000 In April

Officials apprehended more than 58,000 migrants traveling as families last month. The Border Patrol chief warned that the government might "lose control of the border"



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Start of Ramadan today, Muslim's all around the world will fast for next 30 days from dawn till sunset

Ramadan 2019: Why Is It So Important For Muslims?

The Muslim holy month is upon us once again. Here is what happens.



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U.S. Added 263,000 Jobs in April; Unemployment Rate at 3.6%

U.S. Added 263,000 Jobs In April; Unemployment Rate At 3.6%

The economy produced another strong month of growth, and the jobless rate fell to the lowest level of the recovery.



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America's renewable energy set to surpass coal for the first month ever

America's Renewable Energy Set To Surpass Coal For The First Month Ever

America's clean energy revolution is on the verge of a tipping point.



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BBC News: Julian Assange: Wikileaks co-founder jailed over bail breach

Julian Assange Jailed Over Bail Breach

The Wikileaks co-founder deliberately put himself out of reach by hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy, a judge says.



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Gold Star widow

Gold Star Widow "shocked" By New Tax Bill On Sons' Survivor Benefits

Theresa Jones said her family has been able to stay afloat because of the benefits they receive



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Pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc describes Trump rally as 'new found drug'

Cesar Sayoc: Trump Campaign Rally A 'new Found Drug'

The Florida man who mailed pipe bombs to critics of President Donald Trump said in a letter to a federal judge that attending a Trump ra...



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Rite Aid raises tobacco buying age to 21, following Walgreens' lead

Rite Aid Raises Tobacco Buying Age To 21, Following Walgreens' Lead

Rite Aid will raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21 within the next 90 days, the company announced Tuesday.



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Chanel Lewis sentenced to life in prison for murder of New York City jogger

Chanel Lewis Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder Of New York City Jogger

Lewis was convicted earlier this month of killing Karina Vetrano, a woman who found strangled by her father n a park where they went for runs together.



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South Carolina fifth-grader Raniya Wright died of natural causes, prosecutor says

South Carolina Fifth-grader Raniya Wright Died Of Natural Causes, Prosecutor Says

South Carolina fifth-grader Raniya Wright -- the student who died last month after a fight at her elementary school -- died of a blood-vessel rupture in her brain related to a birth defect, and there's no evidence the fight contributed to her death, a prosecutor says.



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