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House GOP leaders unveil smaller border bill

Struggling to come up with enough votes to pass a funding bill to address the southern border crisis, House Republican leaders further scaled-back their proposal on Tuesday, unveiling a $659 million measure aimed at bringing conservatives on board.

Driver in River Park crash narrowly misses kids, Chinese restaurant

Scary moments for people in River Park around 12:30 Tuesday when a car plowed into a building. It happened where 23rd Street meets Mishawaka Avenue just west of Allie’s Café and a few blocks east of IU South Bend’s campus.

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Kentucky great 'Wah Wah' Jones dies

Legendary Kentucky multi-sport standout Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones died at age 88 on Sunday in Lexington, Ky. The 6-foot-4 Jones played on the Wildcats' "Fabulous Five" teams that won NCAA championships in 1948 and 1949. The All-American also ...

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Mississippi's abortion clinic can stay open

Mississippi's lone abortion clinic can stay open, after a federal appeals court Tuesday ruled against a law that effectively would have shut it down -- contending that it's not right to simply pass the buck to other states.

Tuesday's decision by the 5...

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Sick leave policies pick up steam

Biviana Lagunas must skip class or her part-time job when her 4-year-old germ-magnet brother Derik is running a fever, because their mother has no paid time off.

That could change, because the San Diego city council was one of two cities -- the other ...

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Amgen joins job-cut parade

The economy is on the mend, but the pink slips keep flying.

Amgen became the latest company to announce major layoffs, despite signs that the U.S. jobs picture is improving.

In its earnings presentation Tuesday, the biotechnology firm revealed it plan...

Reggie Brooks' 'unconscious touchdown'

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Former Notre Dame football players shed light on NCAA settlement

The NCAA reached a settlement Tuesday morning in the class-action lawsuit brought against it by former college athletes regarding concussions and head injuries.

$500,000 gift for Goshen's Boys & Girls Club

Money is always tight for non-profit agencies, but on Tuesday, the Goshen Boys & Girls Club received an enormous gift.

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