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Journalism Students Shine Light on Unsolved Murders of 51 Chicago Women: ‘Humanity Lost’

Chicago resident Nancie Carolyn Walker loved to dance. She was the captain of her high school cheerleading team, studied accounting at Columbia College and later opened up a yoga and

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Fla. Man Accused of Killing Grandmother, Great-Grandmother and Other Relative

A Florida man is accused of fatally shooting three of his family members, including his grandmother, and injuring another one. Cornelius Whitfield was arrested Wednesday in the deaths of his

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Ways to Become the Best Version of Yourself

There is no single formula or method when it comes to creating the absolute best “you” possible. However, your ability to create the best version of yourself starts at the

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Mets to name Luis Rojas their new manager

Multiple reports are coming out of New York saying that the Mets are finalizing a deal with Luis Rojas to be their manager, replacing Carlos Beltrán. Beltrán, as you know,

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Drinking Coffee Improves Sports Performance, Says Study

Researchers have found that drinking coffee is associated with improving sports performance in both men and women. For the study, published in the journal Nutrients, the researchers from Coventry University

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Avolon CEO sees new Boeing MAX timeline as ‘worst case scenario’

The head of aircraft lessor Avolon, which has committed to a fleet of 148 Boeing (BA.N) 737 MAX jets, said he believed the planemaker’s new June to July horizon for

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Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s pension arm hit with another class-action lawsuit

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA.AX) said on Thursday a class-action lawsuit was filed against its pension arm, Colonial First State, for allegedly not acting in customers interest for insurance policies.

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Motorola’s foldable Razr will launch on February 6th after delay

After a slight delay last month, Motorola’s highly anticipated foldable Razr now has a release date: it’ll be out on February 6th for $1,499, with preorders starting on January 26th.

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Montreal coaches on what makes American ice dance teams great

“Sometimes it’s hard to see them compete against one another,” Marie-France Dubreuil said as she watched her pupils at the French leg of the Grand Prix season in November. The

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Air Pollution in India Linked to Heart Attack, Stroke

Researchers conducting a study in a periurban area in southern India have found that air pollution in the country is associated with higher risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD). The study

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