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The Chinese Super League should be heartened and not disappointed by losing the midfielder to the Catalan club, according to the Shanghai SIPG manager (read more)


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Cardinal José Gregorio Rosa Chávez kicked off a three-day visit to Long Island on Friday by calling gang violence a complex problem, often rooted in family troubles, that won't be solved by "repression" by law enforcement (read more)

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Paul Owens still struggles to understand why he was a victim of last year's elevator crash at the city's Criminal Justice Center. His lawyer says the problems may be larger than just one city building. (read more)

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The 16 members of the president’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities has become the latest group to abandon the president in protest at his response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va. last weekend, saying the “false equivalencies’ he is pushing cannot stand. (read more)

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ST. PETERSBURG— Mayor Rick Kriseman has chosen a controversial restaurant concept to occupy the Manhattan Casino, saying he made a decision 11 days before the mayoral primary because he didn't want politics to get in the way of progress in struggling Midtown. (read more)

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The chief executive of Merck said Monday in a tweet that he was resigning from President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council, saying he was doing so "as CEO of Merck and as a matter of personal conscience" and that "America's leaders must honor our fundamental values by clearly rejecting expressions of hatred, bigotry and group … (read more)

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