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The Shawnee News-Star
Updated at 1:49 PM

Laura Izumikawa Choi is a photographer with an adorable four-month-old daughter named Joey. Izumikawa Choi has made Joey's naptime into funtime by dressing her up in pop culture costumes. Joey becomes...

Posted at 11:00 AM

WhatsApp has tweaked its privacy policy so that businesses can send messages directly to people using the platform. The company, acquired by Facebook for $22 billion (£17 billion) in 2014, announced on its blog on Thursday that it is trialling the...

Posted at 11:00 AM

As a growing number of conservatives point to rumors that Hillary Clinton's health is poor, Stephen Colbert was inspired to create a new segment called "Stephen Colbert's Tinfoil Hat" to examine that and other potential conspiracy theories on...

Updated at 10:56 AM

Nate Beeler cartoon on finding more Hillary Clinton emails.

Updated at 10:52 AM

Donald Trump stunned some people when he called Hillary Clinton a "bigot" on Wednesday, and perhaps none more so than a woman standing right behind him when he made the comment.

Updated at 10:49 AM

Nate Beeler cartoon on student loans.

Posted at 10:45 AM

Springfield police say a 43-year-old Glenwood woman tried to purchase $2,200 of gift cards and became upset when her check bounced and Safeway employees would not complete the transaction.

Updated at 10:22 AM

Are you preparing to send a young adult off to college this fall? If so, you will probably be very busy shopping for the mountain of stuff your future scholar will need ... but the choices may seem overwhelming. To help you out, hereís a list of...

Posted at 10:00 AM

To a brewing class-action lawsuit that argued Starbucks had, for a decade, stiffed customers by filling their drinks with too much ice, a federal judge had a simple message: Chill.

Updated at 9:54 AM

Conservative author Ann Coulter is such a fervent supporter of Donald Trump that she wrote a book, released this week, called "In Trump We Trust."

Updated at 9:43 AM

Mylan said it would act immediately to cut the cost of its EpiPen emergency allergy shot following pressure from politicians including presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who called past price increases "outrageous" on Wednesday.

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