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Much has been made of Donald Trump's problems with a few voting groups - female voters, blacks and Hispanics, and young voters, in particular. And, to be sure, they are all problems. But relatively speaking, his biggest problem actually appears to be with a different group: Catholics. Yes, the
A 49-year-old woman was killed in a high speed hit-and-run crash Friday night in Morton Grove after the vehicle she was driving was struck by another car traveling approximately 100 miles per hour, according to Morton Grove police. Denise Cavada, of Chicago, was killed on impact at 10 p.m. when
Carlos Rodon made it three consecutive exceptional starts for White Sox starters Sunday, when he went 6-plus innings and allowed a run, five hits, a walk and struck out six in a 4-1 victory against the Mariners at U. S. Cellular Field. He also made it five exceptional starts in row for himself.
London's Notting Hill Carnival has gotten off to its typically raucous and trouble-prone start with dozens of arrests and scores of injuries.
Sunday's beginning to the two-day festival featured a colorful parade through west London that attracted tens of thousands, many of whom danced in the streets.
Police say they arrested at least 47 people for crimes including drugs and weapons possession, sexual assault, theft and public disorder.
Police and paramedics deployed in force for the annual event celebrating West Caribbean culture in Britain.
The London Ambulance Service placed treatment beds along the streets to help at least 179 people, 27 of whom were hospitalized.
Last year's carnival involved more than 400 arrests and significant violence, including assaults on 21 police and a near-fatal stabbing.
Nigerian billionaire Gilbert Chagoury, one of Africa’s richest men, has built a reputation as a giant of global philanthropy. His name is on a gallery at the Louvre and a medical school in Lebanon, and he has received awards for his generosity to the Catholic Church and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.