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They survived gunshots, explosions and grenade attacks that left
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DJT, the signature steakhouse at the Trump
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Let's not panic. We all know that Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Wonder bread and the rest of Hostess Brands' oddly everlasting foods aren't going away any time soon, even if the food culture that created them is gasping its last.
Yes, Hostess is shutting down.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - An American imprisoned in Cuba for nearly three years is suing his former Maryland employer and the United States government for $60 million, saying they didn't adequately train him or disclose risks he was undertaking by doing development
UPDATE: Gonzaga Women beat Wisconsin at The Kennel Friday Night, 62-53. They next face Monmouth at home on November 18th at 6pm.
Fresh off an exciting win at USC, Gonzaga is gearing up Friday to face an even tougher opponent: Wisconsin.
Wisconsin is a much more experienced team