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"I think part of that is because the book hasn’t allowed me to let go. Part of it is I don’t want to let go. The book is helping me by giving me what I want. He’s still here in a way," said Michael Ausiello. trib.al/vCjUoNV
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While many experts saw the prison-recruitment scheme as a convenient way to bolster Russia’s fledgling troops using men deemed easily disposable, it seems many of the inmates are themselves finally coming around to that realization. trib.al/de6hWK8
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CCTV images and new details included in an affidavit show Anderson Lee Aldrich driving his car to an LGBTQ bar called Club Q, donning a ballistic vest, and walking up to the front door, where "he opened fire indiscriminately at patrons inside." trib.al/syBhkBx
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Aerosmith canceled the last of its 2022 shows on Thursday due to an unknown illness affecting lead singer Steven Tyler’s health. trib.al/LsGZMUN
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Prosecutors allege that Alex Murdaugh murdered his 52-year-old wife Margaret and his 22-year-old son Paul on Jun 7, 2021, to change the narrative and gain sympathy. trib.al/CAwK3cZ
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“Just applied to an apartment in DC where I told the guy that my credit was really bad. He said I’d be fine. Got denied, lost the apartment, and the application fee,” Congressman-elect Maxwell Frost tweeted. trib.al/bQh5eU0
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It took more than six decades, but cops in Philadelphia have finally identified the infamous “Boy in the Box” as 4-year-old Joseph Augustus Zarelli. trib.al/WjVFuwU
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The House passed a final version of the same-sex marriage bill 258-169, with all Democrats and 39 House Republicans voting in favor of the legislation. trib.al/3jLdysD
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The agency exonerated Twitter, with two GOP commissioners releasing a statement saying that the company had not acted with “the purpose of influencing an election.” bit.ly/3BHLcyX
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