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After the flames: Chico, California, is booming after Paradise burned
"The growth happened overnight," said Chico's city manager. "It feels like a city within a city."
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Around 120 migrants feared dead after overloaded dingy sinks in Mediterranean
At least 2,297 people are thought to have drowned or gone missing trying to reach Europe in 2018.
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Serena Williams consoles weeping foe after sweeping into Australian Open 4th round
Dayana Yastremska, an 18-year-old from Ukraine, found herself wiping away tears as she walked to the net after losing to the American champion.
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'Green Book' wins top feature film award from the Producers Guild
The drama-comedy topped nine other movies, including "BlacKkKlansman," "Black Panther" "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Crazy Rich Asians" and "Vice."
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Death toll rises to 73 in Mexico fuel pipeline fire horror
The tragedy came three weeks after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed to fight fuel theft gangs that drill dangerous, illegal taps into pipelines.
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'SNL' brings 'Deal or no Deal: Government Shutdown Edition'
Nancy Pelosi, played by Kate McKinnon, said she'd agree to end the government shutdown if Trump would say, "Nancy's my mommy."
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No. 1 Duke takes down No. 4 Virginia, leaving no unbeaten teams
R.J. Barrett and Zion Williamson combined to score 57 points as No. 1 Duke survived an off-night from Cam Reddish to take down No. 4 Virginia, the last remaining unbeaten in college basketball, 72-70.
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These 12 people lost a combined 1,563 pounds. Here's what they know about losing weight.
Hint: It's more than just dieting
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Jet slides off O'Hare runway, as snow sweeps across Midwest towards Northeast
"It will be a rough couple of days," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in Utica, which could see more than a foot of snow.
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Women's March participants find inspiration in America's youth
"I want my generation to solve everything," Zöe Lucas, 15, of Stafford, Virgina, said.
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Border Patrol video shows migrants crawling under fence into U.S.
A group of 84 men, women and children were dropped off by a tour bus on a Mexican highway before they crossed.
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No apparent injuries in suspected Northern Ireland car bomb
"Thankfully no one appears to have been injured in this incident. Derry is a city moving forward and no one wants this type of incident," a local member of parliament said.
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Trump splits Republicans with new border wall gambit
Analysis: Trump broke an iron rule of modern politics with his new border-wall proposal: Never split your own party.
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School to investigate taunting of Native Americans by students
"We condemn the actions of the Covington Catholic High School students," an archdiocese near Cincinnati said.
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Trump offers changes protecting Dreamers for border wall money; Democrats say no
"It is unlikely that any one of these provisions alone would pass the House, and taken together, they are a non-starter," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement.
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Ravens, John Harbaugh agree to contract extension
Harbaugh has agreed to terms on a new deal to remain with the Ravens beyond the 2019 season, according to multiple reports.
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Photos: Thousands gather for third annual Women's March
Marchers gathered across the United States for an annual demonstration that opposes Donald Trump and supports women's rights. Those who gathered in Washington D.C. braved the cold and wet streets for the second such march to occur during a government shutdown.
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Third Women's March is the second to take place during a shutdown
"It's such a movement, and it's so empowering to be around so many people who are celebrating women and fighting for change," one of the marchers said.
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Fyre Festival's epic fail reveals the consequences of our image-obsessed culture
As our cultural relationship with music evolves, gatherings like Fyre and Coachella are becoming little more than playgrounds for the most entitled.
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Spanish rescuers start drilling to reach boy trapped in well
"Be strong, Julen. Totalán is with you," read a handmade banner hung on the roadside near the rescue site.
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