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2nd round of Mugabe exit talks as party poised to oust him
Local IBEW members volunteer time to repaint inside of Joseph Storehouse in Bradenton
Local IBEW 824 (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) members volunteer their time to repaint the inside of the Joseph Storehouse, 16 bedroom housing facility for Manatee’s Veterans and Homeless, on Saturday afternoon in Bradenton.
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An Argentinian sub has been missing for days. The U.S. Navy is sending high-tech help.
Argentina’s ongoing search for the missing A.R.A. San Juan submarine, which stopped communications Wednesday, will be aided by the U.S. Navy. On Saturday, Southcom directed the Navy to deploy the P-8A Poseidon maritime aircraft to Bahia Blanca.
Partisan division over the Russia probe imperils public hearings
Prospects for public congressional hearings featuring the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., and son-in-law Jared Kushner have grown increasingly uncertain.
Anti-gerrymandering group defies odds with 2018 ballot drive
An all-volunteer group of activists has defied the odds by collecting hundreds of thousands of voter signatures for a 2018 initiative to overhaul redistricting in Michigan _ without having to pay a dime for a signature.
Park it: Florida man arrested after grocery store dispute
A Florida man was arrested for allegedly punching another man who parked in a spot reserved for disabled drivers.
Driver in Japan dies in crash with truck driven by US Marine
Police on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa are investigating a fatal traffic accident that occurred when a truck driven by a U.S. Marine collided with a small truck at an intersection, killing the Japanese driver of the other vehicle.
The Latest: Zimbabwe party members urge Mugabe to ‘rest’
The Latest: Zimbabwe ruling party youth league urging Mugabe to take a rest; wants expulsion.
Zimbabwe’s political drama: What just happened? A timeline
Zimbabwe’s political drama: What just happened? A timeline of events.
AMAs reflect year in pop music, where male acts dominated
The performers at the 2017 American Music Awards are evenly split between men and women, but the nominees, not so much.
Florida spending money to keep bears out of the trash
Florida is handing out more than $500,000 in grants to local communities so they can provide bear-resistant trash cans and other equipment to residents.
Growers feel the squeeze as county’s citrus industry drops
From a 2-acre plot on north Merritt Island, Steve Crisafulli looks at rows of orange trees, searching for a glimmer of hope for Brevard’s dying citrus industry.
High flying and rough falls: Stunt camp opening in Florida
High falls, fight scenes and men on fire. oh, my.
Trader Joe’s recalls packaged salads over contamination fear
Trader Joe’s says it has recalled several packaged salads after a supplier said there may be shards of glass or hard plastic inside.
Klamath Falls dogs, animal hospital join stem cell research
Tank, a large 2-year-old Newfoundland dog who fits the name, was getting ready for an out of the ordinary procedure.
Yakima Valley visitors touring wineries with horses
Blending the old frontier with the new-age West, several local people are saddling up _ or hitching up _ to give folks a different way to sip wine.
Zimbabwe: A guide to what’s happened so far in Mugabe drama
Zimbabwe: A guide to what’s happened so far in Mugabe drama.
Trump campaign created own rules on sexual harassment
Trump campaign created own rules on sexual harassment.