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Gladys Knight to sing national anthem at the Super Bowl


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Trump pardons late boxer Jack Johnson


Predators honor man who wrestled rifle from shooter at game


Cubs first baseman Rizzo travels to Florida to offer support


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Cubs sued for better wheelchair access at Wrigley Field


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University of Florida football player stops sexual assault


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Failed building demolition creates the 'leaning tower of Dallas'

300 pounds of dynamite couldn't topple the concrete and steel core of the former Affiliated Computer Services tower.

Ex-boyfriend arrested after sex therapist Amie Harwick falls from balcony

Gareth Pursehouse, 41, was arrested on a murder charge Saturday, police said. Harwick is a former fiancée of comedian Drew Carey.

These prosecutors want radical criminal justice change. Barr is fighting to stop them.

With progressive district attorneys on the march, Attorney General William Barr delivered a blistering attack speech.

Proposed ban on assault weapons rejected by Virginia lawmakers

The legislation would have prohibited the sale of certain semiautomatic firearms, including popular AR-15 style rifles.

Rocket pack shoots man up nearly a mile high in first vertical takeoff of its kind

The flight was a breakthrough in the sensational history of humans strapping jets to their bodies, going back more than half a century.