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  • Rolling Meadows grad Max Christie is leaving MSU, going pro
    Max Christie says he is ready. The former Rolling Meadows High School and Michigan State star is forgoing his final three years of college eligibility and entering the June 23 NBA draft. Experts predict him to go late in the first round or early in the second round. “After going through the draft process and receiving positive feedback from NBA teams and executives along with the belief...
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  • DTC’s Blue Ocean aka Little Chengdu to Close May 31
    Denver is about to lose a treasure, one of the city’s few places that serves great Szechuan food. From the outside, this small spot at 8101 East Belleview Avenue looks unassuming. The sign in front says Blue Ocean, but that name is a holdover from the previous owner; inside, the wall reads Little Chengdu. While the online menu is a laundry list of Chinese-American staples, a traditional...
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  • Peru requests extradition of Italian captain over oil spill
    LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvian prosecutors said Tuesday that they had requested the extradition of the Italian captain of a… LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvian prosecutors said Tuesday that they had requested the extradition of the Italian captain of a vessel as part of their investigation into the spill of thousands of barrels of oil off the coast of Peru. The prosecutors’ office in Peru said in a...
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  • Critical race theory: Texas librarians face harassment as they navigate book bans
    Librarian Suzette Baker said she faced a hard choice last year when her boss asked her to hide a book on critical race theory behind the counter. “OK, I’ll look into it,” Baker recalled telling her boss at the time. The video above is from a previous story. But eventually, Baker – a librarian at the Llano County Public Library’s Kingsland Branch – decided to...
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  • Former Russian colonel criticizes the country’s invasion of Ukraine on state television
    A wounded service member of Ukrainian forces from the besieged Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol is transported out of a bus on a stretcher under escort of the pro-Russian military upon arrival in Novoazovsk, Ukraine, on May 16. (Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters) Ukraine expects to carry out an exchange of Russian prisoners of war for the severely injured soldiers evacuated from the Azovstal steel...
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  • Apple Delays and Modifies Its Return to Office Plans
    Apple, in a blow to its efforts to restore normalcy to its operations, has suspended its requirement that employees return to the office this month for at least three days a week because of a resurgence of Covid-19 cases. The reversal was welcome news for thousands of employees who pushed back against the company’s demand that they begin coming to the office three days a week in late May....
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  • Suspect Arrested In Korean Hair Salon Shooting Had ‘Delusions’ About Asians: Report
    The suspect arrested in connection to a shooting at a Korean hair salon in Texas last week had “delusions” about Asians, according to his girlfriend, The Dallas Morning News reported. Jeremy Theron Smith, 36, was arrested early Tuesday and charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the May 11 shooting, according to online jail records. Smith allegedly entered...
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  • New White House press secretary blasted for botching answer to inflation question: ‘Excruciating to watch’
    WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 21: Principal Deputy White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre speaks during a daily White House news briefing at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! New White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s first official day on the job was...
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  • ‘To heal, we must remember’
    When the U.S. surpassed 1 million COVID deaths Tuesday, the somber milestone provided yet another reminder of the enormous human toll extracted by a pandemic the nation is eager to leave behind. At a time when Americans have largely ditched masks and may be more preoccupied with inflation, abortion laws and the war in Ukraine, it’s easy to forget the coronavirus has claimed more lives in this...
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  • Jan. 6 panel unlikely to call Trump to testify, chair says
    Thompson said discussions with former Vice President Mike Pence were ongoing, though he has previously suggested Pence’s testimony may not be necessary in light of high-level cooperation from his top advisers. Pence could serve a unique role to the panel, as he could function as both a witness to attempts to overturn the election as well as a victim, since he was targeted by Trump supporters...
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