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The 'Man from UNCLE' Star Robert Vaughn Has Died

Vaughn passed away with his family around him". Vaughn was survived by his wife, Linda (nee Staab), whom he met and married London in 1974. Vaughn, the debonair crime-fighter of television's "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." in the 1960s, died Friday, Nov.



Former Sioux City Catholic bishop elected to lead US

A duty to welcome and protect newcomers, particularly refugees, is an integral part of our mission to help our neighbors in need", the bishops said . There was a tacit acknowledgement of this reality on the part of both the apostolic nuncio, Archbishop Christophe Pierre, in his first major address to the gathered U.S.


House Republicans nominate Paul Ryan to be re-elected as speaker

House Republicans nominate Paul Ryan to be re-elected as speaker

Democrats, meanwhile, have delayed their leadership elections as their caucus is looking to re-evaluate after a stinging defeat. Democrats decided Tuesday morning to delay a vote for Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's re-election bid after several members said they needed more time .



Clinton wins New Hampshire's 4 Electoral College votes

But if the campaign was running to get more popular votes from the start, their strategy would have been completely different, and they could have targeted Republican-heavy counties in NY and California to rack up more votes. Possible candidates for the DNC post include Representative Keith Ellison of Minnesota, who is black and the first Muslim elected to Congress; Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor and presidential candidate who was chairman from 2005 to 2009; and Martin O'Malley, ...



Counties Reviewing Provisional Ballots Ahead of Canvass Day

Voters can cast provisional ballots if there are questions about their eligibility or qualification to vote. Durham board chairman William Brian said Tuesday that last week's glitch forced staffers to manually enter ballots cast before election day hours after polls closed November 8.



EU struggles for common stance over Turkey rights crackdown

Turkey has arrested tens of thousands of people in its investigation into the failed coup, and dismissed or suspended more than 100,000 people from government jobs for their links to US -based cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is accused of masterminding the attempt.