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Not Time To 'See The Winter Wonderland': N.C. Governor Says To Stay Off Roads

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Up to a foot of snow is expected to fall across the southern Appalachians and nearby foothills in western North Carolina and southwestern Virginia. The heaviest snow is expected on Sunday night.

Meet Mark Milley, Trump's Pick For Joint Chiefs Chairman

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The Army general has a voracious appetite for history — and Boston sports teams. If approved by the Senate, the 60-year-old Massachusetts native will take the helm next summer.

Annoyed Baltimore Drivers Want City To Crack Down On 'Squeegee Kids'

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An estimated 100 kids in Baltimore scrub car windshields for quick cash. It is not strictly legal, and many drivers wish the city would crack down on the practice.

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All The Criminal Charges To Emerge So Far From Robert Mueller's Investigation

President Trump has called the Russia investigation a "witch hunt," but more than 30 people have been charged. Many of those who've been accused, however, may never go to trial.

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Police Deploy Armored Vehicles, Tear Gas Against Paris Protesters; Hundreds Detained

Protesters took to the streets of the French capital on Saturday in the fourth demonstration since unrest began in November.

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Trump Chief Of Staff John Kelly To Leave By Year's End

President Donald Trump said Saturday that chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job by year's end amid an expected West Wing reshuffling reflecting a focus on the 2020 re-election campaign.

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Fugitive Sees 'Wanted' Post Of Himself, Makes Date To Turn Himself In

Anthony Akers, who was wanted for failure to comply with the terms of his probation, became an Internet sensation after exchanging a series of Facebook posts with police in Washington state.

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Friendly Fire Killed Sheriff's Sergeant At Thousand Oaks, Calif., Shooting Scene

Sgt. Ron Helus was struck by five bullets from the suspect's weapon. But it was a sixth shot, fired by another law enforcement officer, that proved fatal.

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What You Need To Know About The New Manafort And Cohen Court Documents

Prosecutors have revealed a little more about cases involving Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and his former lawyer. Both men are looking at prison time, but there's more to the story.

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After Devastating Fire, Ventura Residents Push To Get Back Home For The Holidays

"My wife is absolutely obsessed that she's ready for Christmas," Ed Fuller says. "Last Christmas, we sort of lost."

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What The Ebbs And Flows Of The KKK Can Tell Us About White Supremacy Today

With the spate of racist mass violence in recent years, it's helpful to consider past waves of white supremacist activity in the United States and what, exactly, caused those ebbs and flows.

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'My Father Is In There': Anguish Builds In Puerto Rico Mountains Over Decimated Tombs

The damage to 1,800 tombs in the Lares Municipal Cemetery was so extensive — and so horrifying — that health officials locked the cemetery gates after Hurricane Maria. They haven't been reopened.

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Feds Detail What They Call Lies Told By Paul Manafort Since His Guilty Plea

Manafort's attorneys say he has provided the government with useful information but aren't opposing the recommendation that he be sentenced early in 2019.