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The district received the weapons through the same program that gave military equipment to the St. Louis County PD.
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His brother Doug Ford will run in his place.
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A collection of maps, some nearly 1,000 years old, disputes China's claim over part of the South China Sea.
Survey respondents who reported the highest satisfaction with local government services weren't inclined to support spending more on it—especially among whites.
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It may sound obvious, but it's a big problem in cities across the country.