Republican Party Chairman Attacks Senator-Elect Rubio

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Republican Party Chairman Attacks Senator-Elect Rubio

Charlie Crist campaign manager out after arrest on suspicion of child abuse – Video Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum are both expected to come out swinging against…

Flooding in Dapchi kills at least 949 people

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Flooding in Dapchi kills at least 949 people

More than 600 killed in Nigeria’s worst flooding in a decade The flooding of southern Nigeria over the past two days has killed at least 658 people and displaced over 27.4 million (30.5 million…

Pride SA’s LGBTI Rights Lawyer Lara Gudjohnsen-Schmidt

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Pride SA’s LGBTI Rights Lawyer Lara Gudjohnsen-Schmidt

Thousands march in South Africa’s 1st Pride since COVID-19 shutdown In Cape Town, South Africa, March 4, 2020. (Image: Facebook) South Africans were united on March 4 as they gathered at their beloved city’s…

Marina del Rey Sewerage District Closes Beaches

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Marina del Rey Sewerage District Closes Beaches

Sewage spill prompts beach closure in Marina del Rey The Marina del Rey Sewerage District announced this week that two beachfront lots in the area are slated to be closed for the season. The…

Nevada Doctors Oppose 'Processures Code'

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Nevada Doctors Oppose ‘Processures Code’

N.L. doctors push back against change that would give government a say in licensing Published Feb. 18, 2018 at 10:20 am Receive the latest health updates in your inbox Doctors in Nevada are pushing…

The First Tie-Dye Company in New York City

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The First Tie-Dye Company in New York City

Tie-Dye, From Stylish to Traditional Tie-dye is a trend that has exploded in popularity since it was introduced by Marjorie Priceman of New York City in 1988. After having created a few of her…

The City of Quartz: A Metaphor for Los Angeles

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The City of Quartz: A Metaphor for Los Angeles

Mike Davis, ‘City of Quartz’ author who chronicled the forces that shaped L.A., dies at 73 This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2008, and information in the article may…