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The White House announced on Tuesday that it was no longer subscribing to The New York Times and The Washington Post. 
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New York state’s attorney general kicked off a lawsuit against one of the world’s largest oil and gas corporations on Tuesday, and Fox Business Network anchor Stuart Varney said that it amounts to little more than a thinly-veiled “Soviet-style show trial” meant to advance a socialist takeover of the U.S. economy.
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Major League Baseball umpire Joe West reportedly filed a lawsuit against former catcher Paul Lo Duca over comments the backstop made on a podcast alleging West took bribes.
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The facilities South Korea built at a tourist site in the North look “like makeshift tents in a disaster-stricken area” and should be replaced by a series of “modern” buildings, Kim Jong Un announced Wednesday.
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A 16-year-old Oregon high school student has reportedly died of bacterial meningitis, according to a local report. 
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Selena Gomez just released a new single that has fans questioning the inspiration behind it.
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The brush fire tore through at least 964 acres of land yesterday.
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As the NBA regular season tipped off in the United States and Canada, fans in China were left in the dark, as state television decided against airing the games in the aftermath of a recent controversy stemming from a general manager’s tweet supporting pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
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A couple in northern Italy say their cats helped them escape their collapsing home Monday night when a violent storm triggered a landslide.
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Florida Democratic senators who voted to reinstate suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel should be ashamed of themselves and “sold out” their communities in favor of partisan politics, said Hunter Pollack on “Fox & Friends” Wednesday.
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