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Rushdie, the author whose writing led to death threats from Iran in the 1980s, was attacked and apparently stabbed in the neck by a man who rushed the stage as Rushdie was about to give a lecture.
The resident who was exposed is said to have traveled out of state and will continue to isolate; Authorities are trying to find links between an armed suspect who tried to break into the Cincinnati FBI office and radical far-right groups ... and more stories.
SEIU Local 1 held a news conference Thursday at Playhouse Square to call attention to workers’ push for better pay and benefits at the security contractor Royce-U.S. Protections Service.
Political scientists say careful calculations are being made right now as to whether and how candidates should engage in public debate.
As more states pass abortion bans, an approach offering parents an alternative is gaining popularity. Baby boxes, which are built into the side of fire stations or hospitals, allow people to surrender infants anonymously.
In a social media posting, Trump added that he encourages "the immediate release of those documents."
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