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Meet the Woman Who Spent $30,000 on Plastic Surgery to Look Like Meghan Markle — and See Her Results!

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John Calipari shoots down UCLA rumors, says he wants to retire at UK

CLOSE March Madness: Kentucky’s John Calipari gives PJ Washington update, previews Thursday’s Abilene Christian Matt Stone, Louisville Courier Journal JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — John Calipari is apparently not going to UCLA. Just hours after the 247Sports UCLA website reported that unnamed sources had revealed Calipari was showing “serious interest” in the UCLA coaching job, the Kentucky coach […]

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New Zealand bans military-style assault rifles after deadliest attack in nation's history

CLOSE Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the terror suspect sought notoriety, “but we in New Zealand will give him nothing.” USA TODAY New Zealand is banning all assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and military-style semi-automatic rifles in response to the nation’s deadliest massacre in history, the country’s prime minister announced Thursday. Jacinda Ardern said the ban […]

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Markkanen, Dunn lead Bulls over Wizards 126-120 in OT

CHICAGO (AP) — Lauri Markkanen had 32 points and 13 rebounds, Kris Dunn scored a season-high 26 — including eight in overtime — to go with 13 assists, and the short-handed Chicago Bulls beat the fading Washington Wizards 126-120 on Wednesday night. Markkanen nailed five 3-pointers, including a key shot beyond the arc in overtime. […]

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New Zealand to Ban Military-Style Weapons

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Thursday announced a national ban on all military-style semiautomatic weapons, all high-capacity ammunition magazines and all parts that allow weapons to be modified into the kinds of guns used to kill 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, last week. “What we’re banning today are the things used […]

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The Case for Expunging Criminal Records

The consequences of a run-in with the law can persist for decades after the formal sentence has been served. People with records face major barriers to employment, housing and education, effectively condemning them to second-class citizenship. In recent years, criminal justice reform efforts have increasingly focused on finding policy tools that can lower these barriers. […]

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Trump Says Mueller Report Should Be Made Public: ‘Let People See It’

President Trump said Wednesday that he would support the public release of the special counsel report on possible Russian ties to his 2016 campaign, telling reporters that Attorney General William P. Barr should “let it come out.” Mr. Trump, who declined last month to commit to making the results of the investigation public, said “tens […]

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San Francisco Man Gets $13M Settlement After Being Falsely Framed for Murder by Police

(L-R) Isiain X, Antoine Redus, Jamal Trulove, and Willie Hen attend the ‘The Last Black Man In San Francisco’ Premiere during the 2019 Sundance Film Festival at Eccles Center Theatre on Jan. 26, 2019, in Park City, Utah. Photo: Dia Dipasupil (Getty Images) A San Francisco man will receive a $13.1-million settlement after being framed […]

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Border Patrol Facilities in Texas Are Overflowing, Prompting Mass Releases in Border Cities

MCALLEN, Tex. — Border Patrol detention centers in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley have soared well past their capacity in recent days, prompting mass releases of migrants onto the streets as local leaders scramble to house and feed hundreds of new arrivals daily. “They’re as stressed as we are,” Jim Darling, mayor of the South Texas […]

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