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Trump Administration Releases Classified Warrants For FBI Wiretap Of Carter Page

The Trump Administration released previously classified documents Saturday related to the FBI wiretapping of one-time campaign adviser Carter Page. Republicans say the documents reveal the FBI relied on an anti-Trump source for its decision, while Democrats say the warrants underscore murky and possibly criminal connections between the Russian government and the Trump campaign. In the 412 heavily redacted pages of documents , Carter Page is described as an agent of a foreign power. "The FBI...

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A federal judge has rejected an effort by the Justice Department to strip a terrorist of U.S. citizenship.

Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say a driver is hospitalized in critical condition after a two-vehicle crash last night on the south side. 

Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say one person was killed and another hospitalized in critical condition following a shooting last night on the south side. 

A Delaware County jail guard is scheduled to appear in court today on charges of sexually abusing a student while volunteering as an instructor at the Delaware Area Career Center

Dozens of additional police officers were deployed in Toronto over the weekend in response to a spike in gun violence across the city in the Canadian province of Ontario.

Despite the increased police presence, a woman is dead and 13 people are injured after a shooting Sunday night at a restaurant in the city's Greektown neighborhood.

Police Chief Mark Saunders told reporters that the alleged shooter was also dead.

A young girl was among the injured, and Saunders says she is in critical condition. The condition of the other victims was not immediately known.

Jose Belardo of Lansing, Kansas, spent most of his career in the U.S. Public Health Service. He worked on the frontlines of disasters in places like Haiti, Colombia, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. At home with his three kids and wife, Elaine, he'd always been unfailingly reliable, so when he forgot their wedding anniversary two years in a row, they both started to worry.

"We recognized something wasn't right and pretty much attributed it to being overworked and tired," Elaine says.

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A GOP Congressman and former FBI agent says he thinks President Trump was manipulated by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Brian Fitzpatrick told NPR's Michel Martin on All Things Considered that he drew that conclusion after the two leaders appeared in Helsinki.

"The president was manipulated by Vladimir Putin," Fitzpatrick said. "Vladimir Putin is a master manipulator."

Imagine an aid worker in Bangladesh. Her mother tongue is Chittagonian. She's trying to help a Rohingya refugee, whose language is similar to hers — but not 100 percent.

In 1998, 25 weeks into her pregnancy, Sara Arey's cervix dilated and her amniotic sac started to descend into the birth canal. She was rushed to a hospital an hour and a half away from her home near Hickory, N.C., where she stayed for more than a week before her baby was born via emergency C-section. The baby, a girl, died 12 hours later in the hospital.

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WCBE is looking forward to the return of Rich Robinson to perform Live From Studio A ! This time around he'll be with the band The Magpie Salute p ulled together by Robinson, it continued a storyline he began in the Black Crowes with guitarist Marc Ford and bassist Sven Pipien. Adding vocalist John Hogg (Hookah Brown), keyboardist Matt Slocum and drummer Joe Magistro to round out the mix. They'll release their full-length debut of original material, High Water I on August 10th. The band will...

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Rome's Subway Expansion Reveals Artifacts From The Ancient Past

All roads may lead to Rome, but once you get there, good luck taking the subway. The sprawling metropolis is expanding its mass transit system — a sluggish process made even slower as workers keep running into buried ancient ruins. "I found some gold rings. I found glasswork laminated in gold depicting a Roman god, some amphoras ," says Gilberto Pagani, a bulldozer operator at the Amba Aradam metro stop, currently under construction not far from the Colosseum. Pagani is part of an...

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Scientists Search For Causes Of Preterm Birth And Better Ways To Test For Risk

In 1998, 25 weeks into her pregnancy, Sara Arey's cervix dilated and her amniotic sac started to descend into the birth canal. She was rushed to a hospital an hour and a half away from her home near Hickory, N.C., where she stayed for more than a week before her baby was born via emergency C-section. The baby, a girl, died 12 hours later in the hospital. Arey had already had two prior miscarriages and one preterm birth in 1994. Had she been able to take a test for her risk of preterm birth,...

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