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Trump Says He Goes to Great Lengths to Hide His Bald Spot

Texas Transgender Wrestler Back to Defend State Title

President Donald Trump says he goes to great lengths to hide the bald spot revealed in a recent photo.

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'The Post' Renews Attention for Pentagon Papers Ruling

'The Post' Renews Attention for Pentagon Papers Ruling

By Hillel Italie | Feb 24
Steven Spielberg's Oscar-nominated "The Post" has revived interest in the newspaper battles of the 1970s, the lives of Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham and executive Ben Bradlee and the risks of publishing the top-secret documents.

Indictment of Missouri Governor Could Have Political Ripples

Indictment of Missouri Governor Could Have Political Ripples

By David A. Lieb, Jim Salter and Blake Nelson | Feb 24
It didn't take long after Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted for alleged invasion of privacy for Missouri Democrats to tie him to Attorney General Josh Hawley, the presumed GOP front runner in Missouri's hotly contested U.S. Senate race.

This Week In Odd News: Skunk Fire, Sleepwalker, T-Rex Walk

This Week In Odd News: Skunk Fire, Sleepwalker, T-Rex Walk

By Richard A. Somma | Feb 24
This Week In Odd News: Skunk Fire, Sleepwalker, T-Rex Walk.

Italians Stage Protests in Violence-Marred Election Campaign

Italians Stage Protests in Violence-Marred Election Campaign

By Frances D'Emilio | Feb 24
Italians demonstrated Saturday against racism, revivals of fascism, labor reforms, mandatory vaccines and other hotly-debated issues, at some points clashing with police.

What Went Right, Wrong for NBC at the Olympic

What Went Right, Wrong for NBC at the Olympic

By David Bauder | Feb 24
NBC can count on making a profit for its 18 days of telecasting the Winter Olympics from South Korea. The network's ratings started strong and slipped a bit as the games went on, and executives say it will end up about where they expected.

After Years of Dejection, Proponents of Gun Laws See Hope

After Years of Dejection, Proponents of Gun Laws See Hope

By Matt Sedensky And Terry Spencer | Feb 24
The shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, though, has some pondering the improbable: Could this latest carnage actually lead to gun reforms?

Red Cross: 21 Resigned or Fired Since 2015 in Sex Cases

Red Cross: 21 Resigned or Fired Since 2015 in Sex Cases

Feb 24
The International Committee of the Red Cross has joined the list of prominent charities that have uncovered sexual misconduct among its staff.

NRA: 'Many in Legacy Media Love Mass Shootings'

NRA: 'Many in Legacy Media Love Mass Shootings'

Feb 24
NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch, addressing a conservative political conference, says "many in legacy media love mass shootings, you guys love it."

Mich. Teacher: Arming Us 'Absolutely Ridiculous'

Mich. Teacher: Arming Us 'Absolutely Ridiculous'

Feb 24
The idea of arming teachers is not a popular one among a Detroit-area high school teacher and a handful of her students. The group spoke to the Associated Press outside their school campus on Thursday, describing the idea as "illogical" and "ridiculous."

Nanette Fabray, Star of Stage, Screen and TV, Dies at 97

Nanette Fabray, Star of Stage, Screen and TV, Dies at 97

By John Rogers | Feb 24
Nanette Fabray, the vivacious actress, singer and dancer who became a star in Broadway musicals, on television as Sid Caesar's comic foil and in such hit movies as "The Band Wagon," has died at age 97.

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