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TOE-TO-TOE ON TERROR: Trump, Clinton trade hits as Orlando massacre dominates campaign

While investigators try to piece together what led the Orlando gunman to carry out an unspeakable act of terror, the attack is upending the 2016 campaign debate as the two presumptive rivals go toe-to-toe on terror with two very different messages.  In back-to-back speeches Monday, Donald Trump doubled down on his call for a Muslim immigration ban while decrying what ...

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Egg industry shakeup

Inside a poultry farm in Iowa. Iowa is the nation’s largest egg producer. (AP) In the U.S., there are about 302 million egg-laying hens, producing over 80 billion eggs annually. Female chickens are big business, bringing in over $10 billion each year for the nation’s egg producers. But what happens to the male chickens? Since they don’t lay eggs, male chicks ...

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Pickup truck stamps deliver

For cute, we get Shirley Temple. Music, Sarah Vaughn. Outer space? The U.S. Postal Service has that covered too, with 2016 stamps that feature both actual planets and fictional space explorers (Star Trek). For those of us who love everything on four wheels, however, anticipation continues to build for the release of four stamps that feature fantastic illustrations of iconic ...

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Americans hating on Chipotle?

 (Moe’s Southwest Grill/Reuters) Moe’s Southwest Grill has toppled Chipotle to become America’s new favorite Mexican-inspired fast casual restaurant chain, according to a new poll. The 1,900-unit Chipotle Mexican Grill chain, which had topped the last three annual Harris polls, didn’t even finish in the top four. The Denver-based chain has been beset by a number of food-borne illnesses in the ...

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Ex-GOP senator and Ohio Gov. George Voinovich dies

Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, listens to testimony by Andrew Natsios, the special U.S. envoy to Sudan, not pictured, during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, April 11, 2007. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) (AP2007) COLUMBUS, Ohio –  Former U.S. senator and two-term Ohio Gov. George Voinovich has died at home in Cleveland. He was 79. His ...

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'VOICE' STAR KILLER IDENTIFIED Orlando police name gunman who killed contestant Christina Grimmie

Orlando police Saturday identified the man who shot and killed ‘Voice’ star singer Christina Grimmie, later turning the gun on himself, while she was interacting with fans following a Friday concert. “OPD can confirm 27-year-old Kevin James Loibl, suspect who shot Christina Grimmie, is from St Petersburg, FL,” the department Tweeted. OPD can confirm 27 year old Kevin James Loibl, ...

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