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  • ‘Guard goose’ downs high school golfer, who still pars the hole

    After his harrowing fairway encounter with a goose, a Michigan high school golfer may want to take a quack at another sport.

    Isaac Couling of Concord High School was chased and upended by an angry goose at a golf tournament Saturday in Adrian—an incident caught in photographs, which went viral.…

  • Survey finds most annoying phrases people use in the workplace

    Ever caught yourself “giving it 100 percent” or “thinking outside of the box”? If so, you might be making your co-workers cringe.…

  • Chicago man allegedly diverted thousands of pieces of UPS mail, cashed nearly $60G in checks

    A man who allegedly diverted tubs worth of mail from UPS’ worldwide headquarters to his apartment in Chicago is now under investigation after cashing nearly $60,000 in business checks into his personal bank account, court documents say.…

  • Trump: Kim Jong Un “very open” and “very honorable”

    President Donald Trump on Tuesday said North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has been “very open” and “very honorable,” and wants an historic, high-stakes meeting as soon as possible.

    This is a sharp break from the American president’s previous denunciations of Kim Jong Un as “Little Rocket Man.”

    The United States and North Korea have been negotiating a summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un to be held in May or June to broker a deal on Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions.…

  • San Antonio police fatally shoot armed man at downtown hotel

    Authorities say an armed man who ran from security at a hotel in downtown San Antonio and tried to force his way into a room has been shot and killed by officers who confronted him.

    Police Chief William McManus says hotel personnel became suspicious as the man wandered the lobby early Tuesday.…

  • Border patrol detains 59 illegal immigrants found inside tractor-trailer in Texas

    Border patrol agents at a checkpoint in Laredo, Texas on Friday discovered 59 illegal immigrants packed in the back of a tractor-trailer trying to enter the United States, officials announced Tuesday.…

  • Auditor’s handling of whistleblower’s claims is criticized

    A Democratic attorney general candidate says his Republican opponent, Ohio Auditor Dave Yost, should have immediately referred to authorities a whistleblower’s allegations that Ohio’s then-largest online charter school intentionally inflated attendance figures.

    Steven Dettelbach, a former U.S. attorney, responded Tuesday to an Associated Press report that an ex-employee of the now-shuttered Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow shared his claims of misconduct with the Ohio Department of Education and Yost’s office last year.…

  • Seeking aid abroad, Lebanon uproots Syrian refugees

    Three years ago, Ahmad Mohsin was forced to relocate his campsite in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley after soldiers raided the community of Syrian refugees where he lived and smashed their belongings. The message was clear, he said: they were not wanted.…

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