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Explosions at flooded Texas chemical plant

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Aug 31,2017
National News

Two explosions and plumes of black smoke were reported at a flooded chemical plant in Crosby, Texas on Thursday, officials said. …read more Source::

Reds' Joey Votto gives cancer-stricken boy bat, jersey after hitting a home run

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Aug 31,2017
National News

By USA TODAY Sports Joey Votto went above and beyond for a young fan stricken with terminal cancer – hitting a home run and then providing the fan his bat and jersey. …read more Source::

Angels get slugger Justin Upton from Tigers

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Aug 31,2017
Sports

Angels get slugger Justin Upton from Tigers …read more Source::

U.S. forces Russia to close three diplomatic offices ‘in the spirit of parity’

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Aug 31,2017
National News

Last month, the United States was ordered to cut in half its diplomatic and technical staff in Russia. Now Russia is being asked to close its consulate in San Francisco and annex buildings in Washington, D.C., and New York City. …read more Source::

Britons gather at dawn to remember Diana 20 years after her death

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Aug 31,2017
Offbeat

LONDON (Reuters) – Fans of Princess Diana gathered at dawn at the gates of Kensington Palace on Thursday to celebrate the life of a woman who transformed Britain and its royal family when she died 20… …read more Source::

Game canceled as Texans able to return home

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Aug 30,2017
Sports

Game canceled as Texans able to return home …read more Source::

Canelo vs. GGG commercial showcases a fight for the ages

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Aug 30,2017
National News

Canelo Álvarez takes on Gennady Golovkin for a showcase fight at T-Mobile Arena on Sat. Sep 16. …read more Source::

Port Arthur Mayor: ‘Whole city’ now underwater

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Aug 30,2017
National News

The eye of Harvey is set to take an aim at the Louisiana-Texas border, dousing the region with rain as it makes landfall Wednesday. …read more Source::

Police find van of family of 6 believed to have been swept away by Hurricane Harvey

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Aug 30,2017
National News

Officials announced on Twitter they have located a van they believe may have belonged to a family of six who was swept away by raging flood waters brought by Hurricane Harvey on Monday. …read more Source::

Revelers hurl tomatoes in Spanish festival amid higher security

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Aug 30,2017
Offbeat

BUNOL, Spain (Reuters) – More than 20,000 revelers threw 160 tonnes of over-ripe tomatoes at each other in Spain on Wednesday in an epic, annual food fight known as the “Tomatina”. …read more Source::