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'Ranting' Man Fatally Stabs 2 on Portland Train, Police Say
Two people were fatally stabbed and a third was injured after trying to intervene after a man was spewing hateful language aboard a Portland MAX train Friday.
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Chipotle Says Hackers Hit Most Restaurants in Data Breach
Chipotle says hackers used malware to steal customer payment data from most stores; amount of payment cards or customers affected is unknown.
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Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter's National Security Adviser, Dies
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Zbigniew Brzezinski, national security adviser for President Jimmy Carter, and who was recognized for work to normalize U.S.-China relations, has died.
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Snakes Hang From Ceilings and Work as a Team
Snakes hang from the ceilings of caves and work together to catch bats.
Manchester Concert Explosion
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Manchester Police Make New Arrest in Bombing Probe
Manchester police said a 44-year-old man was arrested as authorities investigate the suicide bombing outside an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22.
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Musicians, Fans Say Goodbye to Soundgarden's Chris Cornell
Chris Cornell's bandmates and Hollywood celebrities mourned the Soundgarden frontman at a private memorial, while fans said goodbye at a public viewing.
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Sacred Songs: Celebrating the Visionary Music of Alice Coltrane
A one of a kind concert celebrated a newly release and largely unheard body of work by pioneering musician and spiritual leader, Alice Coltrane.
'Before The Hashtag': New Doc Honors Life of Sean Bell
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A new docuseries, "Before the Hashtag: Sean Bell" is honoring Bell's life and keeping his memory alive 10 years after his death.
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Coptic Christians Mourn Victims of Egypt Bus Attack
An attack Friday on Egypt's Coptic Christians in which masked militants opened fire on a bus south of Cairo, killed at least 28 people.
Photographer Reclaims Black Masculinity With #GlitterBoys
"Glitterboy" is a project aimed at expanding so-called acceptable expressions of black masculinity.
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Judge Orders D.C. Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Resentenced
A federal judge ordered that convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo must be resentenced following Supreme Court rulings about life sentences given to juveniles.
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Steven Yeun Action-Thriller 'Mayhem' Gets Plans for Theatrical Release
RLJ Entertainment and AMC Networks' Shudder are partnering on the release of action-thriller "Mayhem," starring Steven Yeun of " The Walking Dead."
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K-Pop Boy Group BTS Looks To Future After Billboard Music Awards Win
BTS won the Top Social Artist award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, the first K-pop group to do so.
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Turkish Government Issues Arrest Warrant for NBA Player
The Turkish government has issued an arrest warrant for Oklahoma City Thunder player Enes Kanter
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Air Force Probing Disrespect of John Glenn's Body Before Burial
The Air Force is investigating allegations that a mortuary worker offered a peek at John Glenn's body before the astronaut and American hero was buried.
Latin Trap Reggaetoneros and Hip-Hop to Unite at 'Soulfrito'
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Soulfrito The Urban Latin Music Festival, the first of its kind in New York, will unite Latin Trap 'reggaetoneros' and hip-hop artists in New York City.
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Defeated Trump-Inviting Democratic Mayor is Down in the Dumps
Last year, the mayor of a seen-better-days steel town in Western Pennsylvania became the poster child of President Donald Trump's appeal to white working-class Democrats. But now, he'll soon be out of work after the 26-year-old assistant band director at the local high school beat him in a Democratic primary.
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DeVos' Comments on School Discrimination 'Appall' Congresswoman
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Rep. Katherine Clark, who recently sparred with Education Secretary DeVos about discrimination, says she wants to "level the playing field for LGBTQ kids."
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Muslim Group Sues New Jersey City Over Denied Mosque
Bayonne Muslims is suing the city of Bayonne, New Jersey, over the denied of a proposed mosque.
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