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Iran’s president-elect says he won’t meet Biden

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Iran’s president-elect said Monday he would not meet with President Joe Biden or negotiate over Tehran’s ballistic missile program and its support of regional militias, sticking to a hard-line position following his landslide victory in last week’s election. Judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi also described himself...
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Pitbull is balancing the worlds of NASCAR and music

LEBANON, Tenn. — The man known as Mr. Worldwide is ready to get back to his main business, even as he spends more and more time with his latest investment in NASCAR. Pitbull’s new tour titled “I Don’t Know About You But I Feel Good” starts July 25 as the Grammy-winning rapper moves from the racetrack back to the stage. He said he knows everyone wants to dance, escape and enjoy the world again.
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Tornado rips through western suburbs, damaging more than a hundred homes and injuring several people, including woman in critical condition

A tornado ripped through the western suburbs late Sunday night, damaging more than a hundred homes and injuring several people, including a woman in critical condition. The tornado touchdown was confirmed about 11:10 p.m. near Route 53 and 75th Street in Woodridge, the National Weather Service said. It also hit portions of Naperville, Downers Grove and Darien, smashing cars, ripping roofs off homes, downing power lines, shearing off garage doors, uprooting large trees and spewing debris in the streets.
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‘I’ll Be Gone in the Dark’ returns with an update and a flashback

The late Michelle McNamara’s posthumously published “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” is arguably the best true crime book of this century, and last year’s HBO miniseries (still available on HBO Max) was equally memorable. Now the author, the filmmakers and most importantly the victims of the Golden State Killer get the epilogue they deserve in a special episode premiering Monday.
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12-year-old boy missing from Rogers Park

A 12-year-old boy was reported missing from Rogers Park on the North Side. Sherrif Raheem was last seen leaving his home about 6:30 p.m. Sunday in the 1600 block of West Greenleaf Avenue, Chicago police said. Raheem was wearing blue jeans, a t-shirt and white gym shoes, police said. Raheem,...
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‘Craziest 45 seconds of my life.’ Tornado tears through western suburbs, over 100 homes damaged, several people injured

A tornado ripped through the western suburbs late Sunday night, damaging more than a hundred homes and injuring several people, including a woman in critical condition. The tornado touchdown was confirmed about 11:10 p.m. near Route 53 and 75th Street in Woodridge, the National Weather Service said. The tornado — packing winds of more than 100 mph — also hit portions of Naperville, Downers Grove, Darien and Burr Ridge, smashing cars, ripping roofs off homes, downing power lines, shearing off garage doors, uprooting large trees and spewing debris thousands of feet into the air.
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Horoscope for Monday, June 21, 2021

There are no restrictions to shopping or important decisions. The moon is in Scorpio. Aries (March 21-April 19) A reminder that your focus is now shifting to home and family, which means some of you will be more involved with a parent. You will want to entertain at home and make your digs look more attractive. Help a family member, if you can.
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Jon Rahm wins U.S. Open for first major title

SAN DIEGO — Two career-changing putts for Jon Rahm brought two trophies Sunday. He cradled his 3-month-old son, Kepa, as he walked off the 18th green at Torrey Pines on Father’s Day. And then he collected the silver U.S. Open trophy after a performance filled with passion and absent of blunders that wiped out everyone else.
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Wisdom’s spark, stingy bullpen propel Cubs past Marlins

Following a rough week and really difficult start to the weekend, the Cubs needed a spark Sunday afternoon. They got one from Patrick Wisdom, and the bullpen made sure it counted. Entering the series finale against the Marlins having lost five of six and after getting routed twice by Miami,...
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So you’re saying there’s a chance …

Look, it won’t kill us to at least try to look on the bright side: The Bulls have an 80% chance in Tuesday’s NBA draft lottery of making a lot of people in Orlando, Florida, very happy. See? Was that so hard?. It didn’t work for me, either. The Bulls...