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A top Russian oligarch and ally of Vladimir Putin openly stated that his country has engaged in U.S. election meddling and would continue doing so in future elections. That’s not exactly news, even if it’s the first such admission by someone so close to Putin. But the methods of meddling are…

The St. Louis community may have reason to be proud as Niche, a leader in school rankings, included two St. Louis area districts in its top 20. Even more impressive is that nine of the top 10 public high schools in the state are in the St. Louis metropolitan area. A closer look, however, rev…

Police say a drive-by shooting in Nashville has injured two people as they and others left church from the funeral of a woman who was fatally shot earlier this month. Metro Nashville Police Department spokesperson Don Aaron said the shots were fired Saturday afternoon outside New Season Church, where a funeral service had just ended for 19-year-old Terriana Johnson. Police are seeking a black late-model Honda Civic with a temporary tag. They say one shooter or more fired from the car as it passed by, hitting an 18-year-old woman in the leg and a 25-year-old man in the pelvis. Neither were considered life-threatening injuries. Authorities are still seeking the 17-year-old charged with criminal homicide in Johnson's death.

Pakistan's former premier Imran Khan says his party will quit all regional and national assemblies. Khan was ousted from power in a no-confidence vote in April and has mobilized mass rallies with claims that he was a victim of a conspiracy by his successor and the United States — allegations denied by both. On Saturday night, in the city of Rawalpindi near the capital, Islamabad, the cricket hero made his first public appearance since surviving a gun attack at a protest on Nov. 3. He told the crowd his party is quitting national and regional assemblies and getting out of this "corrupt system.”

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Although it was Oct. 1, it felt more like early September as we headed out to Columbia, Illinois, for the benefit car show put on by the Knights of Columbus. This trip was a memorable one, for it was a dozen years earlier that we adopted our incredible TKCS-STL mascot, Roy, at a car show at …

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