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9/11 fund running out of money for those with illnesses


Shooter at suburban Chicago business arrested, multiple wounded


Judge issues gag order in Roger Stone's criminal case


Kaepernick, Eric Reid settle collusion lawsuits with NFL


Judge halts Air Force's efforts to discharge airmen with HIV


Supreme court to rule on 2020 census citizenship question


Chicago police: 2 suspects arrested for hate crime against 'Empire' actor


Study: High levels of weedkiller significantly raise risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma


US military aircraft to deliver more aid to Venezuela border


NASA uses data from Kelly twins to study space effects on immune system


Opioid maker used rap video to push powerful painkiller


Pres. Trump signs bill to avert government shutdown


Amazon's stormy week will blow over, but debris will stay


Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg back at work


US: Time to expand the international coalition against IS


China, US announce more trade talks next week


Ex-Massachusetts governor to challenge Pres. Trump for GOP nod


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Lee Radziwill, style icon and sister of Jackie Kennedy, dies at 85

"We are heartbroken and I will miss our dear friend. Rest In Peace, Lee Radziwill," designer Tory Burch tweeted on Saturday.

Hunters say it's not a 'zombie disease,' but they are worried about deer illness

“Thankfully no one has ever contracted the disease from eating CWD-positive venison, but I‘d love to have a crystal ball to see if that’s still the case or not in 25 years,” one hunting advocate said.

Anthony Weiner released from prison

The disgraced ex-congressman served 15 months at Federal Medical Center Devens in Ayer, Massachusetts, after pleading guilty to sexting with a 15-year-old girl.

Business owner fights to save 'last LGBTQIA+ black club in NYC'

Brooklyn's Club Langston, which its owner says is NYC's last black-owned gay bar, has been a safe space for queer black men for nearly two decades.

Retailers, fashion brands struggle with racial insensitivity

Experts say many of these fashion companies live in a sort of bubble and lack the diversity in their staff that could vet their fashions.