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Supreme Court refuses to block Missouri inmate’s execution despite rare medical condition

A deeply divided Supreme Court ruled along ideological lines Monday that a Missouri inmate's rare medical condition isn't enough to stop his execution         Source link

Frightening photos show window washers working on one of the world’s tallest buildings

These pictures just scream 'don't look down!' Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.         Source link

Chilling surveillance video shows South Carolina student entering car of accused killer

Surveillance video posted on Facebook appears to show a University of South Carolina student climbing into the vehicle of her accused killer.         Source link

ShowBiz Minute: Hussle, Avenatti, Box Office

Officials say rapper Nipsey Hussle shot and killed at 33; After shocking NY arrest, Michael Avenatti faces court in California; Live-action 'Dumbo' struggles to soar at box office. (April 1)         Source link

As Chicago readies to elect first-ever black female mayor, campaign rhetoric gets ugly

The historic election here Tuesday that will lead to the nation’s third-largest city electing a black woman as mayor for the first time has been ugly.         Source link

Vietnamese suspect in Kim Jong Nam killing given reduced charge

Oh Ei Sun, a senior fellow with the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, said the decision not to charge the two women with murder likely marked the end of the case.         Source link

L.A. Officials say rapper Nipsey Hussle shot dead

Nipsey Hussle, the Grammy-nominated rapper who was heavily respected in South Los Angeles where he grew up, was shot and killed outside a clothing store that he owned, authorities said. He was 33. Police are seeking at least...

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Peeps donuts and ‘Dumbo’: 5 things you need to know Monday

From Peeps doughnuts and coffee at Dunkin' to 'Dumbo' at the box office, here's what to know Monday.         Source link

New face, longtime leader vie for Chicago mayor

Chicago mayor's race pits a longtime political insider against a former prosecutor who's never held public office. (April 1)         Source link

April specials: Kick off the month with a Cheesecake Factory freebie on April Fools’...

April brings big freebie and deal days including National Burrito Day, National Beer Day, Tax Day and National Pretzel Day.         Source link

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