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Former Dodgers great Don Newcombe has died at 92

Payless files for bankruptcy, closing North American stores

AP source: FBI had backup plan to save Russia probe evidence

Supreme Court rules out death penalty for Texas inmate

Supreme Court staying out of actor's 'Empire' lawsuit

Pres. Trump moving closer to goal of creating a Space Force

High court to consider case about reach of clean water law

Ginsburg returns to Supreme Court bench in public session

Illinois gunman's family: 'We deeply apologize' for shootings

Sen. Bernie Sanders says he's running for president in 2020

Judge orders Roger Stone to court over Instagram post

Trump 2020 campaign announces communication team

Official: Deputy AG Rosenstein expected to depart in March

Pres. Trump criticizes California over lawsuit against border wall

Illinois warehouse where 5 killed won't reopen until next week

Amazon aims to cut its carbon footprint

Napkin, genealogy site leads to arrest in 1993 murder case

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Don Newcombe, Brooklyn Dodgers pitching sensation, dies at age 92

He was among the first black players to help break Major League Baseball's color barrier

California rapper sleeping in car was shot by police about 25 times, lawyer says

Bullets struck the center of Willie McCoy's face and throat and blew off part of an ear, the family's attorney said, adding that "overkill is an understatement."

Woman at Mexican restaurant swears at Spanish-speaking manager

A white woman eating at a Mexican restaurant in West Virginia insulted the manager after she heard him speak Spanish.

Police investigating whether Jussie Smollett, brothers were together night of alleged attack

Someone inside the apartment building where the "Empire" actor lives says the trio were in an elevator together.

In federal court, Texas community union takes on Trump on census

“I know the citizenship question could harm many states, but we will really feel it in South Texas,” said LUPE's Juanita Valdez-Cox.