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Hillary Clinton picks Tim Kaine as her running mate

Hillary Clinton announced on Twitter that she has picked Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as her running mate.
Hillary Clinton announced on Twitter that she has picked Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as her running mate, days ahead of the Democratic National Convention.
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A NATO man that supports bank deregulation. Hillary preparing for World Domination and White Water 2.0?
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With violence up, Chicago police focus on a list of likeliest to kill, be killed

With violence raging in Chicago at levels unseen since the late 1990s, the Police Department's strategy to combat it relies heavily on so-called predictive policing, which aims to figure out who is most prone to violence — either as a criminal or victim — and intercede.
When a few police cars pulled up outside Daniel Alcantara's West Side residence last summer, the gang member dashed into his home.
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+Borys Niewiadomski this is not the works of cartels, maybe when Chicago made the plan to destroy crime riddled housing projects, a plan should have been in place to curb the violence that would now be poured into the city. The crime had to go some place, it was never stopped before you moved them into society to figure out how to live normal when all they knew was crime. Go figure. Bottom line, that plan needed. Plan b, c,and d, not to mention a backup plan plan for them all. The price is being paid now
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Ronnie 'Woo Woo' Wickers on crutches, facing knee surgery after Wrigley spill

Cubs fan Ronnie Wickers, aka "Ronnie Woo Woo," is facing surgery on his left knee after a nasty spill this week at Wrigley Field.

Story by +Paul Sullivan
Cubs fan Ronnie Wickers, aka "Ronnie Woo Woo," is facing surgery on his left knee after a nasty spill this week at Wrigley Field .
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Police: Shots fired at shopping center in Munich

Police in Germany say there's been a shooting at a shopping center in Munich.


Police in Germany say there's been a shooting at a shopping center in Munich.
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Cubs rooftop club past owner convicted of fraud

A federal jury Friday convicted the onetime owner of a rooftop club across the street from Wrigley Field of hiding more than $1 million in revenue to avoid paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in royalties owed to the Cubs as well as state and local taxes.

Story by +Jason Meisner
A federal jury Friday convicted the onetime owner of a rooftop club across the street from Wrigley Field of hiding more than $1 million in revenue to avoid paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in royalties owed to the Cubs as well as state and local taxes.
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Former KKK leader David Duke says he plans to run for U.S. Senate

Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke says he plans to run for U.S. Senate in Louisiana.


Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke announced Friday on his website that he plans to run for U.S. Senate in Louisiana.
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+America's Sovereignty​ are you serious??? The Republican party is the definition of racists. Do you not know who is on your ballot for president?
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Excessive heat warning canceled for Chicago area seven hours early

The National Weather Service has canceled an excessive heat warning for the Chicago area seven hours before it was set to expire.


The National Weather Service has canceled an excessive heat warning for the Chicago area seven hours before it was set to expire.
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Your body is warm already. Its really got to be hot forme. 100. With plenty water . its your mind . weak?
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Former NFL coach Dennis Green dies at 67

Dennis Green, a trailblazing coach who led a Minnesota Vikings renaissance in the 1990s before a less successful run with the Arizona Cardinals, has died. He was 67.


Dennis Green, a trailblazing coach who led a Minnesota Vikings renaissance in the 1990s before a less successful run with the Arizona Cardinals, has died. He was 67.
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Rest in peace Coach Green, HOOAH!
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Doug McDermott reveals his new Bulls number

On Friday, the Bulls' forward posted a picture of him on social media sporting No. 11.

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On Monday in Las Vegas, Doug McDermott said he was deciding between Nos. 11, 17, 24 and 34 for his new uniform number.
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Just off Chicago in Lake Michigan sits an oasis of diversity — Morgan Shoal

Less than one mile from Lake Shore Drive — hidden underwater and teeming with life— is Morgan Shoal, Chicago's own remains of a great reef and the site of a 1914 shipwreck.
For the most part, a sludge of sand and mud cradles Lake Michigan — that is, except for Morgan Shoal.
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Oklahoma State basketball player died after stairs workout in heat

Oklahoma State basketball player Tyrek Coger died after a team workout on the football stadium stairs during warm temperatures, university officials said Friday.


Oklahoma State basketball player Tyrek Coger died after a team workout on the football stadium stairs during warm temperatures, university officials said Friday.
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Governor, 'virtually illiterate' is a callous, inaccurate characterization of CPS teachers

Gov. Bruce Rauner called half of CPS teachers "virtually illiterate" in an email exchange about education reform. Half of CPS principals, he wrote, are "managerially incompetent."

Rauner's spokesman issued an apology on the governor's behalf. That's not good enough, writes +Heidi Stevens.
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And he knows this because he's psycho or psychic ??
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