The Broward Sheriff's Office has asked for the public's help in a Mother's Day shooting in North Lauderdale that left 19-year-old Armani Harrison dead.
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The General's Pontiac Division sold Bonnevilles from 1958 through 2005, which turned out to be well over half of the marque's existence. Named after the Bonneville Salt Flats, some Bonnevilles were huge but pretty quick, others were slow-motion land yachts, and some were nearly indistinguishable from their Buick and Oldsmobile brethren. The final generation, sold for the 2000 through 2005 model years, were among the quickest and most distinctive-looking Bonnevilles ever built, but they arrived in showrooms at a time when the clock was ticking for the division's very survival.
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"I couldn't see anything because the smoke was coming to my face and the smoke was super heavy," said Sierra Madre resident Yohana Romero, who had to climb through the window to escape from the fire.
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Jake Sullivan: U.S. must keep 'eye on the ball' amid nuclear talks with Iran
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A Royal Caribbean International cruise ship left from PortMiami with 600 passengers on board Sunday evening — part of a test sail trip as the cruise industry gears up for a grand restart later this summer.
(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabia gave a first glimpse of the ambition behind the merger of two of its pension and insurance funds with a plan to rival the world’s largest investors.The new entity will boast assets of over $250 billion, according to the chief executive officer of Hassana Investment Co, the investment management arm of the kingdom’s General Organization of Social Insurance. GOSI, as the fund is known, will combine with the Public Pension Agency in a move that will reduce costs and help
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The U.S. and Puerto Rico broke out into an impromptu dance-off when the lights went out late in the final.
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Ireland, the home of Apple and Google in Europe, is seeking a compromise on Biden's plan for a 15% global minimum corporate tax rate, reports say
As home to several Big Tech companies, Ireland said on Friday it was willing to negotiate on a global minimum tax rate.
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WASHINGTON - A 5,000-pound totem pole that was hand-carved by Native Americans is coming from Washington state to be on display in the nation's capital this summer after a journey that organizers hope will raise awareness about protecting land that is sacred to tribes. The totem pole's journey on a tractor-trailer, which organizers are calling the "Red Road to D.C.," involves a two-week trek led by about a dozen people, many of whom are Native Americans and members of the Lummi Nation, a tribe o
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Deutsche Bank's UK boss says she wants investment banking graduates in the office 5 days a week, even as the company moves to flexible working
Tiina Lee, Deutsche Bank's UK CEO, said she wanted "grads in the office five days a week" - but this won't be mandatory for all graduates.
We’ll be the first to admit that we love a good sale. That’s why we love turning to department stores where you can shop for a bit of everything at an affordable price, and Nordstrom Rack just so happens to be our holy grail. Nordstrom Rack already has a reputation for being the place where […]
The former Russia adviser to President Donald Trump stressed the significance of future talks about cybersecurity.
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President Joe Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday defended the president's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying Biden heard some "important statements" about Putin's view, as the U.S. takes a wait-and-see approach to Russia following the sit down. "I would say that President Biden did hear from President Putin, some important statements about how he looks at both the U.S.-Russia relationship and particular issues in it on strategic stability, on cyber and in other areas," Sullivan told ABC "This Week" anchor George Stephanopoulos.
The U.S. housing market is surging, and 71% of Americans believe that the average price of their home will increase over the next year, according to a recent Gallup poll. Unfortunately, the...
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He could miss the first couple games of the Western Conference Finals.
School superintendents nationwide are leaving their posts in far greater numbers than in past years — the trend likely a result of the difficulties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Washington Post reports. The big picture: The growing departures are being seen in both large cities and midsize and smaller districts in suburban and rural areas, according to the School Superintendents Association.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.In New Hampshire,
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Chris Noth’s return to the role of Mr. Big in the “Sex and and the City” revival almost didn’t happen. The actor tells Yahoo Finance Live that at first, he was "hesitant" about reprising his role as Carrie Bradshaw's on-again, off-again main squeeze in the Emmy-winning HBO comedy-drama that originally ran from 1998-2004.
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Medal contender Nia Ali sacrificed her chance to reach this summer's Tokyo Olympics because something else was more important to her.
Condensed Game: Nolan Arenado and Paul Goldschmidt homered while Adam Wainwright fanned 11 in a seven-inning complete game to win Game 1
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