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Authorities investigating reported stabbing at hotel in Boston

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Emergency crews responded to a reported stabbing at a hotel in Boston early Friday morning. Detectives could be seen combing the area around the W Boston on Stuart Street about 2 a.m. No additional information has been reported. This is a developing story; stay with 7NEWS on-air and online for […]

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Peter Handke’s Nobel win sparks outrage

October 18, 2019 Editor 0

The decision to award Austrian writer Peter Handke a Nobel Prize in Literature has sparked widespread outrage, with critics calling it “shameful” that the award has been given to a “genocide denier.”

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4 seriously injured in Aurora crash

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Two people were hospitalized in “extremely critical” condition after a vehicle crash Oct. 17, 2019. | Sun-Times file photo Police were called for a theft at Walmart and saw the suspect speeding away. Four people were injured, two of them critically, in a two-vehicle crash involving a theft suspect Thursday […]

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Mitt Romney isn’t plotting a Never Trump coup

October 18, 2019 Editor 0

A conservative group accuses him of being a secret Democratic asset. President Donald Trump calls him a pompous ass, and the president’s son says he may be “colluding to bring down our president.” One of his own Senate colleagues asserted that he’s following Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s path. But for all […]

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Lebanon protests over proposed taxes escalate

October 18, 2019 Editor 0

Demonstrators in Lebanon are blocking major roads across the country in a second day of protests against proposed new taxes, which come amid a severe economic crisis. Hundreds of people … Click to Continue »

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Fighting in Kurdish-held Syrian town continues despite cease-fire

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CEYLANPINAR, Turkey (AP) — Fighting continued Friday morning in a northeast Syrian border town at the center of the fight between Turkey and Kurdish forces, despite a U.S.-brokered cease-fire that went into effect overnight. Shelling and gunfire could be heard in and around Ras al-Ayn as smoke billowed from locations […]

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We all have a stake in fight against poverty

October 18, 2019 Editor 0

We know that while genius is spread equally across ZIP codes, opportunity is not. In Nevada, nearly one in five children are living in poverty. These kids face a fundamental injustice from the very start; growing up without …

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Even presidents subject to law

October 18, 2019 Editor 0

President Donald Trump doesn’t think he’s accountable to anyone. In court, his lawyers argue that only Congress — not prosecutors — can hold the president accountable to the rule of law. But when Congress tried to do just that, the White House …

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Kurds not our responsibility

October 18, 2019 Editor 0

In the Oct. 16 letter “We are enabling another genocide,” the writer says she is a third-generation Armenian-American. I am a 91-year-old second-generation Armenian-American whose father was …

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Marcel Barel, Las Vegas’ preeminent ski instructor, dies at 88

October 18, 2019 Editor 0

In the 1950s, young Marcel Barel embarked on a journey from his native Switzerland to explore California’s Yosemite National Park. Instead of returning back to Europe after his American explorations, he discovered the Spring Mountains above Las Vegas and decided to make Southern Nevada his home …

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Ole Miss to begin selling beer at Saturday’s football game

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OXFORD, Miss. (AP) – Beer will begin being sold inside a Mississippi college’s football stadium at a game this weekend. The Oxford Eagle reports the first shipment of beer was delivered to Ole Miss’ Vaught-Hemingway stadium on Thursday. The match against Texas A&M on Saturday marks the first time in […]