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AL law makers reaction to FBI director’s firing

AL law makers reaction to FBI director’s firing

Source: WBRC video

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) –

For some members of the Alabama Congressional Delegation back in their districts when news of James Comey’s firing was reported, it was a matter of gathering information.

“Right now I don’t know enough …

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One man’s story about loving someone with an incurable disease.

One man’s story about loving someone with an incurable disease.

Before she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Rosanna loved to dance.

"Rosanna can dance to all kinds of music. Cha-cha, merengue, salsa, bolero, you name it," he laughs. "Now she dances in the car, sitting down. We pull up to …

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Fighting Gypsy discrimination: ‘What people ask me is insulting’

Fighting Gypsy discrimination: ‘What people ask me is insulting’

Mena Mongan remembers her time at school in Ireland in the 1970s as a miserable experience. Her primary school had never admitted Traveller children before, and she was shunned by fellow pupils. “Our school lunch was walked on top of. …

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Panic over the red devils threatening to strip Tunisia of its grand palm trees

Panic over the red devils threatening to strip Tunisia of its grand palm trees

It’s an unlikely but very real crisis for a country with a teetering economy: a tiny red devil is invading Tunisia and it could cost hundreds of thousands of people their livelihoods.

Morched Garbouj, president of a Tunisian environmental group, …

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Puerto Rico militant Oscar Lopez Rivera freed from custody after 36 years

Puerto Rico militant Oscar Lopez Rivera freed from custody after 36 years

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Puerto Rico nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera was freed from house arrest Wednesday after decades in custody in a case that transformed him into a martyr with supporters but outraged those who lost loved ones in …

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Is this normal forgetfulness or should I be worried about Alzheimer’s?

Is this normal forgetfulness or should I be worried about Alzheimer’s?

If a person who used to have no trouble keeping up with the bills starts to find herself befuddled, it could be a sign of dementia, experts say. (Andrew Bret Wallis / Getty Images)

Everybody forgets things now and then, …

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Twitter trolls target Mohammad Kaif, Virender Sehwag over ICJ verdict on Kulbhushan Jadhav; cricketers blast them for 6, break the Net

Twitter trolls target Mohammad Kaif, Virender Sehwag over ICJ verdict on Kulbhushan Jadhav; cricketers blast them for 6, break the Net

Every social media plaform is flooded with praises, criticism, opinions and debates over the same.

India’s massive diplomatic victory in the Kulbhushan Jadhav death sentence case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has created a lot of buzz over …

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‘Colours of China’ Set as Europe-Asia Co-Production

‘Colours of China’ Set as Europe-Asia Co-Production

Upscale feature documentary, “Colours of China” will begin shooting this year with Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Mike Single (“The Amazing Race,” “Clash of the Continents”) as director.

With a budget of $3.3 million (EUR3 million) “Colours” has been set up as …

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Coffee shops that make breakfast a joy in Chicago

Coffee shops that make breakfast a joy in Chicago

Coffee shops with welcoming vibe

Two Chicago coffee shops that make breakfast a joy.

I admit it. Writing about weekday breakfast can be trying. When I began this column three years ago next month, sometimes it was really hard to …

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Stephen Port victims’ families ‘losing confidence’ in police watchdog

Stephen Port victims’ families ‘losing confidence’ in police watchdog

Families of four young men murdered by the serial killer Stephen Port are “losing confidence” in the police watchdog investigating the Metropolitan police handling of the case, their lawyer has said.

Former chef Port, 41, was sentenced in November to …

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