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Shakespeare and Company, Paris’s famous bookstore where wandering writers are welcome

PARIS - Shakespeare and Company, the small, crumbling bookshop on Paris's Left Bank, may be the most famous bookstore in the world.It was the...

Italian town known for its pasta dish ‘is no more’ after earthquake

The town of Amatrice -- one of the areas hit by a strong earthquake early Wednesday that killed at least 73 people across Italy...

Nice attack was premeditated, French prosecutor says

PARIS -- The man who plowed a truck into a crowd during Bastille Day celebrations in the Riviera city of Nice last week --...

Belgian official confirm arrest of ‘man in the hat,’ charge him with murder

PARIS - The Belgian federal prosecutor confirmed Saturday that Mohamed Abrini - who was arrested Friday afternoon - was the "man in the hat"...

Belgian authorities charge third suspect in foiled terrorist attack on France

PARIS - Belgian federal prosecutors confirmed Saturday that a third suspect in Belgium has been charged in connection with plotting what officials are calling...

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Fort Worth announces plans to purchase Pier 1 Building for City Hall

Plans for a new City Hall for Fort Worth have been knocked around for years, maybe even decades. On Dec. 2, city officials announced...

Texas may receive enough coronavirus vaccine doses for 700,000 people in December, Gov. Greg Abbott says

Texas could receive coronavirus vaccine doses to immunize up to 700,000 Texans in December, assuming U.S. health officials approve coronavirus vaccine candidates from drugmakers...

U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess loses bid for GOP leadership position on key committee

U.S. Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Lewisville, conceded his bid to be the Republican leader on the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday. “I want to...

Analysis: Despite vaccine hopes, lawmakers plan for more months of pandemic

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