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A Maryland teen spent 38 days in jail for taking a loaded gun onto a commuter bus. Now he’s charged with murder.

Erick Aguilar, 19, is accused of gunning down a 25-year-old on a residential street in Wheaton in broad daylight.
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'Hellbound': Netflix Trailer, Release Date, Cast and Plot Details Revealed
The new K-drama series from "Train to Busan" director Yeon Sang-ho features frightful supernatural beings who condemn people to hell.
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Pit Bull's Reaction to Feeling Baby Move Inside Pregnant Woman Is Blowing People Away
The moment a pit bull terrier felt his pregnant owner's baby move for the first time has been melting hearts online.
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A Third of Voters Think 2020 Election Should Be Overturned, but Fewer Think It Will Be
A majority of former President Trump's supporters think the election should be overturned. However, only about half think it's even somewhat likely to happen.
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Katie Maloney had an abortion early in Tom Schwartz relationship
The "Vanderpump Rules" star said "every woman ... should be able to decide what's best for them" after revealing she had a pregnancy terminated 10 years ago.
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Franchot taps Prince George’s Monique Anderson-Walker as running mate in gubernatorial bid
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot announced Wednesday that he has selected Prince George’s County Council member Monique Anderson-Walker (D-District 8) as his running mate in the race for the governor’s mansion.
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New Jersey gubernatorial race tightens with six days to go until Election Day
New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy's lead over GOP challenger Jack Ciattarelli has slightly deteriorated with just six days to go until Election Day, according to a new poll
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Which TV shows really get entrepreneurs? 'Breaking Bad,' 'Shark Tank,' 'Silicon Valley'
"Succession" may be the trendy new corporate drama but when it comes to business smarts, the Roys have nothing on Walter White from "Breaking Bad."       
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What Time Is ‘RHOBH’ On Tonight?
Don't miss your weekly dose of Kathy Hilton!
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NC couple arrested in 30-year cold case of badly beaten, suffocated baby dumped in trash can
A North Carolina husband and wife have been arrested in connection to a 30-year-old cold case involving an infant whose body was stuffed in a trash can in the Outer Banks after advanced DNA analysis identified the couple as the parents of the badly beaten and suffocated baby.
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Russell Knox a live long shot in Bermuda Championship
This week we expected two PGA Tour events but the WGC-HSBC Champions event in China has been canceled due to COVID-19. Now the Bermuda Championship becomes a full-field event and has the weakest field of the PGA Tour season.
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U.S., Australia and U.K. Argue Over Julian Assange as U.S. Seeks His Extradition
District Judge Vanessa Baraitser said WikiLeaks founder was likely to commit suicide if transferred to the U.S. and held under harsh conditions.
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No one seems worried about a housing bubble. Just like last time the bubble burst
Housing prices are surging to new records with no end in sight. They're being fueled by historically low interest rates -- but also investors and economists' belief that the housing market has a unique ability to support runaway prices.
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Alabama rep condemns Biden admin's supply chain crisis rhetoric, citing school lunch shortages in district
Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., sent a letter to President Biden and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack informing them of students "going without food" due to supply chain issues facing the U.S.
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Facebook's public relations strategy seems increasingly desperate
After weeks of scandal revolving around Facebook, and now with a flood of new reporting coming out about the ways in which some its own employees think the company is bad for society, Mark Zuckerberg and his company's public relations team are trying to get through it, in part, by bashing the media.
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All Hail The Only Halloween Candy That’s Learned From Its Mistakes
“You can find humdrum green apple anywhere,” the commenter moaned.
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NFL best bets and picks for Week 8: It’s time to fade the Dallas Cowboys
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‘Bomb cyclone’ brings 90 mph wind gusts to New England, cuts power
Over 600,000 customers in the Northeast are without power.
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Where are the trouble spots for the Lakers this season?
SportsPulse: The Lakers are not off to a great start this season, USA TODAY Sports' Jeff Zillgitt talks about Russ Westbrook's fit with the team.       
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Aaron Rodgers: I'm 'having the time of my life' with Green Bay Packers
After an offseason standoff with the Packers, Aaron Rodgers now says he's enjoying the ride in Green Bay amid the team's six-game winning streak.       
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Kayla Harrison’s biggest mystery won’t be answered until after PFL final
Rarely does a fight that’s result seems like a mere formality draw as much interest as Kayla Harrison’s lightweight final to cap the third season of PFL
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‘My rights, my s–t’: Republicans blast Murphy after advisers reveal concealed agenda on hidden camera
The video shows Wendy Martinez, who works Hispanic outreach, tell an undercover reporter that Murphy would implement widespread mandates like California.
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Why Puerto Rico leads the U.S. in COVID vaccine rate — and what states can learn
The highest rate of COVID-19 vaccination in the United States is not in a liberal-leaning Northeastern or West Coast state. It's in a place with a notably different political culture.
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There won't be a White House Halloween celebration this year
The White House said Wednesday it would not be hosting a traditional Halloween celebration this year due to President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden's overseas travel.
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Sudan’s Coup Is Threatening Foreign Aid and the Country’s Path to Democracy
Sudan’s military has long been the country’s pre-eminent power broker, propping up dictator Omar al-Bashir for three decades before ousting him in 2019 following months of protests against runaway inflation and brutality. Now the army has toppled an uneasy coalition of civilian and military figures that ran the North African nation after the popular uprising, detaining premier Abdalla Hamdok and four of his cabinet members. The coup sparked unrest and a deadly crackdown by security forces, put h
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Facebook is struggling to stop vaccine misinformation, leaks suggest
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan and New York Times tech reporter Davey Alba break down internal Facebook documents that suggest it is having a tougher time managing misinformation than it's letting on.
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Delta Air Lines testing new facial recognition technology at airports
Delta Air Lines is testing new facial recognition technology to reduce the time it takes between arriving at the airport and getting passengers in their seats.
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Massive blaze fueled by gasoline destroys auto auction warehouse in New Jersey
Firefighters in Pennsauken doused the huge flames throughout the US Auto Auction building, where the initial call was received at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday as the raging inferno shot into the sky.
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Will Suns have trouble playing through Robert Sarver allegations?
SportsPulse: Phoenix Suns beat reporter Duane Rankin weighs in on Robert Sarver allegations and explains how the team is trying to play through it.       
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Lucy Lawless Explains Why She Called Out 'Chicken' Kevin Sorbo
"I think extremism is very injurious, and people who foment extremism and don't really own it are chickens***," the actress told Newsweek.
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MRSA Symptoms, Treatment Explained As Wrestler Jimmy Rave Loses Legs to Infection
The wrestling star revealed that an MRSA infection had resulted in the amputation of his legs.
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'Rust' Armorer Once Upset Nicolas Cage Over Safety Issues on Previous Film
People who previously worked with Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, armorer in charge of Alec Baldwin's prop gun, cited concerns about her not following safety protocols.
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Australian Open for unvaccinated athletes in question as lawmakers remain at odds
The status of unvaccinated players at the Australian Open in January has taken another turn this week as local state officials in Victoria, where the Grand Slam will be held, are at odds with government officials over exemptions.
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White House Officials to Meet With 2 Holdout Democrats on Budget Plan
President Biden wants Democrats to unite behind his budget agenda before he leaves Washington on Thursday for a series of global conferences, but crucial details remain unresolved.
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Reporter asks McAuliffe 'why do you need all the help' as big-name Democrats rush to help him campaign
ABC News correspondent Jonathan Karl bluntly asked Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe why he needs so much help in a state where a Republican hasn't won a statewide race in 12 years. 
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Brazilian commission votes in favor of recommending criminal charges against Bolsonaro
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Hybrid Ford Mustang in the works, engineer says
A former Ford engineer's LinkedIn account reveals that Ford has been developing four-cylinder and V8 hybrid powertrains for the next-generation Mustang that's expected to debut as a 2023 model.
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Who Is Kim Wyman? Republican Official Tapped By Biden Admin to Lead Election Security
Wyman, who has led elections in Washington state for more than eight years, has repeatedly refuted Trump's false claims of election fraud.
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China’s Weapon Test Close to a ‘Sputnik Moment,’ U.S. General Says
Gen. Mark A. Milley said the Chinese test of a hypersonic missile “has all of our attention.”
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Tori Spelling dodges question about split from Dean McDermott
Tori Spelling sidestepped a question about her rumored split from Dean McDermott while on “The Wendy Williams Show” with a guest host, friend Whitney Cummings.
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Kat Von D ditches swanky LA tattoo shop for small town Indiana: 'Goodbye California'
Celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D announced she is officially leaving Los Angeles for rural Indiana, and will close her famous LA tattoo parlor in the process.
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Ricky Velez Reveals Why The NYC Board Of Education Wouldn’t Let Him Film His HBO Special At The High School He Attended
Despite Velez being a graduate of the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts High School in Astoria!
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Netflix’s ‘Tiger King 2’ Trailer Is as Wild as You Might Expect
Apparently, we haven't quite seen it all.
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Is Joe Manchin serious?
To hear Joe Manchin tell it, his life is really hard.
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Thief smashes window of Bronx Popeye’s, steals safe holding $2K: video
Video released by cops late Tuesday shows the suspect repeatedly chucking the stone at the window of the fast-food joint until he created a big enough opening to creep through.
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COVID patient "fought like an animal" to make it home after 299 days
While the number of COVID cases is trending downward, some survivors are having a hard time recovering from the disease.
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India’s government made Kashmir even more more dangerous for religious minorities
Narendra Modi's decision to abrogate Article 370 now looks less like a thoughtful policy plan and more like an effort to soothe the ego of Hindu nationalist voters.
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Internet in Disbelief After Mom Reunited With Purse and Driving License Stolen in the 80s
The woman's purse was stolen from her car on a hiking trail in Great Falls, Montana, in the 1980s.
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Blind paralympian in awe of bride’s ‘tactile’ wedding dress: ‘Like I was seeing her’
When blind paralympian Anthony Ferraro first met his wife Kelly Anne Ferraro on the Jersey Shore, he had just run into a pole. She was there to help — and she's been there for him ever since.
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