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Reality TV star Kylie Jenner gives birth

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption On Sunday, Kylie Jenner announced that she had given birth to a daughter The US reality TV star Kylie Jenner confirmed on Sunday that she has given birth to a baby girl. The 20-year-old was rumoured to be expecting a child, but had remained quiet about her pregnancy. Jenner…

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Colts player Edwin Jackson, Avon man killed by suspected drunken driver on I-70

Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Buy Photo Indianapolis Colts inside linebacker Edwin Jackson (53) following practice during preseason training camp Friday, August 4, 2017. Jackson was killed Sunday in an accident on I-70. (Photo: Matt Kryger/IndyStar)Buy Photo Indianapolis Colts player Edwin Jackson was one of two people killed early Sunday after being…

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Philly PD grease light poles with hydraulic fluid

Eagles fans, the Philadelphia police saw how you conquered Crisco-covered light poles after the NFC title game and have now upped the ante. On the morning of Super Bowl LII, people around Philadelphia noticed workers spreading something different. It wasn’t Crisco. This time, hydraulic fluid was applied to city light poles in an effort to…

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Why the Cryptocurrency World Is Watching South Korea

Many South Koreans are obsessed with cryptocurrencies. The country’s lawmakers? Not so much. From the prime minister down, officials have warned that the speculative mania surrounding Bitcoin and its peers is dangerous. Demand for the virtual currency was so extreme at one point in January that it lifted prices in Korea 50 percent higher than…

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Crashed Amtrak train ‘on wrong track’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe crash happened in the early hours of Sunday morningAn Amtrak train involved in a deadly crash with a stationary freight train in South Carolina appeared to be on the wrong track, the state governor says. Officials will investigate whether points in the area misdirected the passenger…

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