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Top National Stories

The fire broke out during a big party. About 25 people are missing, city fire chief says.
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In a CBS "60 Minutes" interview, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan says that Donald Trump was an unconventional candidate and will be an unconventional president.
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A controversial phone call between President-elect Donald Trump and Taiwan's President has overturned decades of diplomatic protocol.
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ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith discusses NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's decision not to vote.
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The next possible US secretary of defense went by the military call sign "Chaos."
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If Mattis is confirmed as Secretary of Defense, which will require a congressional waiver, clues about how he may guide the Pentagon can be found his books and colorful aphorisms, writes Peter Bergen
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Missouri & Illinois News

If you're curious about what people really think about some of the hottest of hot-button food controversies, the Pew Research Center has just the thing for you: a survey of attitudes toward genetic modification, organic food and the importance of eat...
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Gov. Bruce Rauner on Friday left the door open to Chicago Public Schools receiving more state support a day after vetoing a measure that would’ve directed $215 million to the cash-strapped school system. Rauner said it appeared Democratic leaders wer...
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Mizzou Women’s Basketball downed Missouri State, 73-49, behind a high-octane offense on Friday at Mizzou Arena. Mizzou (6-2) capitalized on timely three-point shooting and second half dominance in the paint and on the free throw line to secure a win ...
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No. 18 Mizzou Volleyball (27-5) carried its momentum from Thursday evening into Friday at the Hearnes Center, earning a 3-1 (25-13, 22-25, 25-16, 25-21) victory over Purdue. The Tigers earned their first all-time win against the Boilermakers, while a...
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Missouri State’s 2016 volleyball season came to an end Friday evening with a 25-21, 25-15, 31-29 loss to Ohio State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Bramlage Coliseum. The Bears (26-9) earned their most victories in a season since 2006 in...
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Congressman Jason Smith (R-Missouri) is encouraging President-elect Donald Trump to overturn some of President Obama’s controversial executive orders, including the Waters of the U.S. rule. “The very first time I met with President Trump back in July...
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St. Louis Cardinal News

Reliever Seth Maness, once the bullpen's double-play specialist, is now a free agent after the Cardinals opted not to tender the second-year arbitration-eligible player a contract before Friday's deadline.
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Jaime Garcia's injury-plagued tenure with the Cardinals has come to an end, as St. Louis dealt the lefty starter to Atlanta on Thursday for a trio of young players. In return, the Cards landed right-handers John Gant and Chris Ellis and second basema...
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The Cardinals struck quickly this Hot Stove season with the November signing of reliever Brett Cecil. Their work retooling a roster that wasn't strong enough to extend the organization's string of postseason appearances in 2016, however, is far from ...
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Major League Baseball's players and owners have reached a tentative five-year Collective Bargaining Agreement through the 2021 season.
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