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NEW YORK (AP) " James Taylor thought back four decades to his Carnegie Hall debut and said it was "the sort of cultural sign" that he had made it to a certain level of stardom. "We celebrated," the singer and songwriter said. "That's why I don't remember it that well." Taylor helped Carnegie Hall commemorate its 125th anniversary Thursday night with a gala concert that included performances by singer/pianist Michael Feinstein, soprano Renee Fleming, mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard,...

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) " Republican Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail for his first rally as his party's presumptive nominee on Thursday night, delivering a series of searing attacks against likely rival Hillary Clinton and making clear...

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HOUSTON (AP) " A large blaze at a warehouse complex in Houston on Thursday caused explosions, forced the evacuation of hundreds of students from a nearby elementary school and led to the contamination of nearby creeks with pollutants. The...

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Few will likely accuse Javan Cruz of being a big, loud talker. But the smile on the 12-year-old's face said enough to the people he met Thursday morning at Pioneer Ridge Middle School in Independence. Jaysa Camacho wanted a chance for...

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Once the best kept secret in Independence, it is now one of the premier wedding venues in the metro area. Russ Lawrence's Changing Seasons presents A Secret Garden (11014 E. Winner Road in the Englewood Arts District) is a fantasy land...

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American leaders have consistently misread the true interests and true intentions of their Arab allies, says an ambassador who has served in the Middle East under several recent American presidents. “We have consistently misread what...

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Donned in a red cape, a blue T-shirt with a Superman logo on the chest with “JESUS” written across it, a Royals baseball cap and a dyed blue beard, well-known Kansas City resident Michael Wheeler runs and runs. He has two...

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It was 100 years ago this month that Edward and Ida Smith called the immediate family together at their Butler, Mo., farm to participate in a drawing to select a first and middle name for the newest addition to the family – a girl –...

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JEFFERSON CITY – The day after Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure that would allow Missouri to spend less money but still meet the target for fully funding K-12 public schools, the state House quickly took the final vote needed to override...

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Six decades after Kansas City shuttered one of the nation's largest streetcar networks, a modern but much smaller version is set to open in its central business district – a project supporters say already has spurred hundreds of millions...

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