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Judge blocks Indiana genetic abnormality abortion law

A federal judge blocked a new Indiana law Thursday that bans abortions sought because of a fetus' genetic abnormalities.


A federal judge blocked a new Indiana law Thursday that bans abortions sought because of a fetus' genetic abnormalities.
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Hershey board rejects Mondelez's $23 billion takeover bid

Hershey says its board of directors has unanimously rejected an acquisition bid from Mondelez International, the Deerfield-based global snack-food company known for brands like Oreo and Ritz Crackers.


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I don't even buy Corona Beer from Mexico. I heard they piss in the Beer at the Factory...
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Recalled Ikea dressers show up for sale on Craigslist, Facebook

Reselling recalled items — even in yard sales or thrift shops — is illegal.
A string of Ikea dressers have been put up for sale on online selling platforms such as Craigslist in the days since the company recalled them because of safety hazards.
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Fuck what's the big deal just throw two anchors in the fucking thing, there problem solved 
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Who are Obama library architects Tod Williams, Billie Tsien?

New York City architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien were named the architects of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago.

By +Blair Kamin 
New York City architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, who on Thursday were named the architects of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago, are highly regarded modernists who built their award-winning practice, as a profile of them once put it, "not on a signature style but on signature values."
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Pentagon ends ban on transgender troops in military

The Pentagon will let transgender individuals serve openly in the U.S. military, ending one of the last bans on service in the armed forces.
The Pentagon announced Thursday that transgender people will be allowed to serve openly in the U.S. military, ending one of the last bans on service in the armed forces.
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Minnesota man decapitated acquaintance he suspected of raping his girlfriend: officials

A northern Minnesota man faces a murder charge for allegedly beating and decapitating a man he believed raped his girlfriend.


A northern Minnesota man faces a murder charge for allegedly beating and decapitating a man he believed raped his girlfriend.
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Chicago needs better control of huge payouts for cop misconduct, other cases: watchdog

Chicago government lacks a centralized program to try to hold down the hundreds of millions of dollars it pays out each year for things like police misconduct cases and workers' compensation claims, the city's watchdog said in a report released Thursday.


Chicago government lacks a centralized program to try to hold down the hundreds of millions of dollars it pays out each year for things like police misconduct cases and workers' compensation claims, the city's watchdog said in a report released Thursday.
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Jury hits U. of C. hospital with $53 million malpractice verdict

A Cook County jury has awarded $53 million to a 12-year-old Hickory Hills boy and his mother in a 2013 lawsuit filed against the University of Chicago Medical Center, where he was born with a serious brain injury.


A Cook County jury has awarded $53 million to a 12-year-old Hickory Hills boy and his mother in a 2013 lawsuit filed against the University of Chicago Medical Center , where he was born with a serious brain injury.
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Minimum age to buy cigarettes in Chicago increases to 21 starting Friday

An ordinance raising the minimum smoking age from 18 to 21 takes effect Friday, a move hailed by city officials as a boon to public health, criticized by some young people as an annoyance and denounced by one local liquor store owner as the reason he is selling his business.


An ordinance raising the minimum smoking age from 18 to 21 takes effect Friday, a move hailed by city officials as a boon to public health, criticized by some young people as an annoyance and denounced by one local liquor store owner as the reason he is selling his business.
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Obamas choose New York architects to design Chicago library and museum

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama on Thursday named a renowned husband-and-wife team of New York architects to be the designers of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago.

By +Kathy Bergen, +Dahleen Glanton and +Blair Kamin 
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama on Thursday named a renowned husband-and-wife team of New York architects to be the designers of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago.
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he should put it where are of 'his' people are murdering each other.
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Lagunitas buys stake in 3 smaller brewers; founder Tony Magee isn't done

With a series of deals announced Wednesday, Lagunitas Brewing aims to transform itself from a large craft beer company with global ambitions to a large craft beer company with global ambitions and many local footprints.

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With a series of deals announced Wednesday, Lagunitas Brewing aims to transform itself from a large craft beer company with global ambitions to a large craft beer company with global ambitions and many local footprints.
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1,109-carat Lesedi la Rona diamond fails to sell in London

The biggest diamond found in more than 100 years failed to sell at an auction in London after the highest bid of $61 million didn't meet the company's minimum selling price.


The biggest diamond found in more than 100 years failed to sell at an auction in London after the highest bid of $61 million didn't meet the company's minimum selling price.
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This means the rich are not in that location. they sold in the wrong country.

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