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In honor of National Grilled Cheese Day on April 12 , we compiled a few tips and sourced some new recipes to make your grilled cheese eating experience worthy of celebration. Fill it up: Bread and cheese alone are boring. Blend: The blend is whatever you put inside the sandwich. Grilled to perfection in a pan (preferably using a gas range oven).
  • Bannon v Kushner: The new bitter rivalry

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    Although a liberal East Coast elite and a globalization votary for the most part, with business interests across the world and immigrant spouses to boot, Trump rode into the White House on the back of a nativist cry for white American primacy of the kind espoused by Bannon and his crew.
  • Former CIA Analyst: Susan Rice's NSA demasking denials don't add up

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    Will you advocate for war without constitutional or congressional authority?' And she said no. So the names of Americans picked up by eavesdropping can never be used? The intelligence reports at the center of the Susan Rice unmasking controversy were detailed, and nearly resembled a private investigator's file, according to a Republican congressman familiar with the documents.
  • Trump administration: 'Grave concerns' about police overhaul

    Trump administration: 'Grave concerns' about police overhaul

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    Baltimore Solicitor David Ralph said Thursday that the plan was created to help police fight crime while also protecting residents' rights and repairing trust between the community and the department. "It will take all of us - City government, the police department, and the families and residents of our great City - to see this reform process through".
  • Republicans hold onto Kansas House seat

    Republicans hold onto Kansas House seat

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    Couple that fact with the knowledge that millions of of eligible voters chose not to vote in the 2016 presidential election - and that in 14 states more voted in down-ballot races than for president - and the sources of much of the anxiety analysts are seeing around the looming midterms grow clearer.
  • United loses $250 million of its market value

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    Several institutional investors have recently added to or reduced their stakes in the stock. Denali Advisors LLC now owns 166,100 shares of the company's stock worth $11,733,000 after buying an additional 151,200 shares during the last quarter.
  • Here's What We Know About the North Park Shooter Who Killed

    Here's What We Know About the North Park Shooter Who Killed

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    After killing Smith on the scene, Anderson turned the gun on himself and took his own life. The teacher's daughter also confirmed to investigators that Smith never took his threats of violence seriously and that there was never any sense of danger in her relationship with Anderson, police said.
  • Alabama state's 2nd female governor takes the reins

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    Robert Bentley (R-Ala.) back in 2011, and he was sacked this morning. I pray every morning for wisdom and guidance and forgiveness for the sins that I commit. A month after the affair evidence came to light, lawmakers moved to impeach Bentley since he refused to resign. "There are no grounds for impeachment, and I will vigorously defend myself and [my] administration from this political attack", he tweeted.
  • The Bloodied Doctor From The United Flight Speaks: 'Everything' Is Injured

    The Bloodied Doctor From The United Flight Speaks: 'Everything' Is Injured

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    Mr Munoz was criticised for not apologising earlier and instead claiming the passenger had " defied " security orders. I share all of those sentiments, and one above all: my deepest apologies for what happened . One of their recent flights was overbooked and the airline requested that one of the passengers get off the plane. The Chicago Aviation Department said yesterday the officer involved in the forcible removal had been placed on leave.
  • United faces public-relations fiasco over dragged passenger

    United faces public-relations fiasco over dragged passenger

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    Online, jokers are proposing new corporate slogans such as "We'll drag you all over the world" and "We have red eye and black eye flights available". He said passengers are being bumped from flights "every day", a practice that he called "unconscionable" and said should be a target of President Trump's "announced regulatory reform".
  • United CEO's letter: 'I promise you we will do better'

    United CEO's letter: 'I promise you we will do better'

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    For Chicago , it is another public relations nightmare, adding to its reputation as a city unable to curb a crime wave in some neighborhoods. The airline needed additional seating for workers to prevent a flight in Louisville from being cancelled.