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President Biden’s great-great-grandfather was pardoned by Abraham Lincoln, documents show

President Biden’s great-great-grandfather received a pardon from President Lincoln, according to newly discovered documents in the National Archives. Biden’s relative in the incident, Moses J. Robinette, got into a fight with another Union Army civilian employee while camped along the Rappahannock River near Beverly Ford, Virginia, as the Civil War raged on March 12, 1864, […]

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Lawyer: Fitzgerald won’t be hired until case ends

Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Senior WriterFeb 13, 2024, 11:31 AM ET Close College football reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2008. Graduate of Northwestern University. The attorney for former Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald is seeking a December trial date for Fitzgerald’s wrongful termination lawsuit against the university, primarily because Fitzgerald wants to avoid sitting out a third season […]

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April 3, 2023 Trump indictment news

News outlets will not be allowed to broadcast former President Donald Trump’s arraignment on Tuesday in a New York state court, a judge said Monday night, but he will allow some photographers to take pictures in the courtroom before the proceedings formally begin. Acting New York Supreme Court Judge Juan Merchan rejected the request by […]

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Angelos family reportedly agrees to sell Baltimore Orioles for $1.725 billion

Angelos family reportedly agrees to sell Baltimore Orioles for $1.725 billion Angelos family reportedly agrees to sell Baltimore Orioles for $1.725 billion 04:02 BALTIMORE — The Angelos family has agreed to sell the Baltimore Orioles to a pair of billionaires, according to WJZ’s media partner The Baltimore Banner. The sale agreement was initially reported by […]

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Double dose of storms set to impact the eastern half of the country this weekend

Two separate storm systems will impact the eastern half of the country Friday and through the weekend. On Friday, rain will linger from the Midwest into the Northeast as the first storm on the map slowly moves through these regions. For places like New York City, this will extend what has been a dreary stretch […]