The Grand Tour season three started last week, and fans were thrilled to see Amazon Prime’s popular car show back.Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond were all back for another series of me hem in cars, and it sounds as if Clarkson isn ...

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James Muncy can trace his breathing problems back to the 1990s, when he was still mining coal. "I couldn't cut grass hardly," he says. "When it's hot, [I] couldn't breathe." In 2014, he was diagnosed with the advanced form of black lung disease, ...

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A Kentucky boys' school closed its campus on Tuesday over security concerns as fallout continues over a videotaped encounter involving white teenagers, Native American marchers, and a black religious sect that trended on the internet. The school ...

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PARIS — So the Oscar nominations are in and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has finally (sort of) hoiked itself into the 21st century, opening its ranks for Netflix and comic book heroes, trying to diversify, getting with the tim ...

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Tens of thousands of Venezuelans have taken to the streets of the country’s capital in what opponents of Nicolás Maduro hope will prove a turning point for the country’s slide into authoritarianism and economic ruin. Venezuela’s president, who s ...

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NEW HAVEN — Frank Ricci, a veteran firefighter, was apprehensive when he heard that Yale Repertory Theater was planning a play based on the lawsuit that bore his name — a legal case bitterly fought all the way to the Supreme Court. “But I figure ...

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On a trip to Washington this month, Eric Young, president of the federation’s labor council representing 30,000 federal prison workers, met with the Senate’s Democratic caucus. Mr. Young said his members, many of them military veterans, were nea ...

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Irish Ambassador Dan Mulhall started tweeting Yeats to celebrate the poet's 150th birthday in 2015, and the Twittersphere begged him to keep it going. source ...

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CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuela’s opposition is calling the population to the streets on Wednesday, hoping to persuade the nation’s military to break ranks with President Nicolás Maduro and force him from office.The call is part of a renewed push ...

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Apple and McDonald's are seeing sales in China soften because of the country's slowing economy, but that's not the case for Procter & Gamble. "We do not see a slowdown in China as witnessed by those results," CFO Jon Moeller said Wednesday o ...

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