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COURTESY KAUAI FIRE DEPARTMENT
                                The structure is considered a total loss, and damage to the structure and its contents is estimated at $150,000, KFD said.
Fire destroys house on Kauai

A Waimea house fire that broke out just before 12:20 a.m. today, left the home a total loss, the Kauai Fire Department said. Read more

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                                The New York Mets’ Javier Baez celebrates his home run in the dugout on Sept. 5.
Javier Báez to Detroit, MLB teams race to finish biz before lockout

Javier Báez agreed to bring his high motor to the Motor City, while other teams around the majors raced to finish up business before Tuesday’s deadline to tender contracts and a likely roster freeze coming when baseball’s collective bargaining agreement expires Wednesday. Read more

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                                Pastor Keith Dalton, of the Church at Jackson, calls out to women entering the “pink house,” the nickname of Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a state-licensed abortion clinic in Jackson, Miss.
Abortion debate epicenter: Mississippi clinic stays open

As the U.S. Supreme Court hears a Mississippi case that could topple abortion rights nationwide, the state’s only abortion clinic is busier than ever: Volunteers continue to escort patients into the bright pink building while protesters outside beseech women not to end their pregnancies. Read more

THE IMPERIAL HOUSEHOLD AGENCY OF JAPAN VIA AP
                                Princess Aiko, daughter of Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako, strolls in the garden of the Imperial Residence at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Nov. 14.
Japan emperor’s daughter Aiko turns 20, throne not in sight

Japanese Princess Aiko, the daughter of Emperor Naruhito, on Wednesday turned 20, ready for a debut as a new adult member to take a share of official duties for the royal family whose population continues to shrink under the male-only succession law. Read more


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