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Top National Stories

Ohio state lawmakers have passed a controversial "Heartbeat Bill" that would ban abortions from the moment the heartbeat of a fetus can be detected -- which usually occurs about six weeks into a pregnancy.
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Syrian government troops now control most of the neighborhoods in the old city of Aleppo after days of fierce fighting against rebel forces.
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At least 25 people were killed in an earthquake that struck Indonesia's Aceh province Wednesday morning according to the head of the Aceh Red Cross.
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The city of Oakland received repeated complaints over three decades about the "Ghost Ship" warehouse, which was gutted last week by a fire that killed at least 36 people.
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Clues about the ideas that could emerge from the Trump administration are in a stately building on Massachusetts Avenue, a few blocks from Capitol Hill.
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Derick Almena, the manager of the "Ghost Ship" warehouse, got emotional during an interview with NBC's "Today" but refused to answer questions about who was responsible for the fire that killed at least 36 people in Oakland.
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Missouri & Illinois News

A lawsuit filed against St. Louis-based Monsanto alleges the company knowingly marketed some products to farmers without any safe herbicide. Campbell-based Bader Farms in southeast Missouri alleges that Monsanto is responsible for damage to the farm’...
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The Missouri Supreme Court’s heard arguments in Jefferson City in St. Louis dance instructor Torris Caston’s 2014 conviction of rape and sodomy with an underage student. The lower bench sentenced Caston to 10 years in prison for two counts of statuto...
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On December 7, 1941, Airman George Whiteman of Missouri was the first U.S. pilot killed when Japan attacked America’s naval base on Pearl Harbor. During the military strikes, he rushed to his P-40B. His plane was hit by gunfire as it took off, causin...
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A Champaign-based record label that preserves recordings from the acoustic era – without the use of microphones - has picked up two more Grammy nominations. The latest release also marks Archeophone Records’ first foray into sacred music. “Waxing the...
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University of Illinois President Tim Killeen says the school’s three campuses can not serve as a sanctuary for undocumented students, citing the need to uphold state and federal laws. In a mass e-mail Tuesday, Killeen says the sanctuary concept is no...
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Top stories: A robbery has fueled a pursuit for law and order by Missouri’s future first family. Monsanto has been served its first known lawsuit involving illegal spraying of one of its pesticides. Alisa Nelson reports.  
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St. Louis Cardinal News

While the Cardinals are unlikely to distinguish themselves as among the offseason's most active, the organization remains persistent with its intent to shift its on-field identity once again. The desire now is to trend more athletic.
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As the Cardinals continue to explore the trade market for a potential outfield addition, it's no surprise that clubs have often asked for top prospects in return. But there has also been widespread interest in players who have already ascended to the...
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The Cardinals continue to cast a wide net as their hunt for an outfielder continues. They're exploring options in both the free-agent and trade markets, considering short- and long-term fits and even mulling possible platoon pieces in that search.
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Though neither has been formally announced as a participant in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, pitchers Carlos Martinez and Alex Reyes have been granted permission by the Cardinals to represent the Dominican Republic in the international tournament,...
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