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UND rematch with Duluth

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Home weekend for Marauders

After sweeping last week�s road double-header, the University of Mary Men�s Basketball Team is back on the right path.

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All United Domestic Flights Grounded by Computer Outage

International flights weren't affected by the ground stop, which the FAA said was issued at United Airlines' request.

Trump, Netanyahu Have 'Very Warm' Conversation

In their first call since the inauguration, the two leaders discussed Iran, Palestinian peace and Netanyahu's desire to 'forge a common vision.'

Bystander Killed, Suspect at Large in Texas Mall Shootout

San Antonio police described a terrifying scene in which a bystander was killed and a second suspect fled through the mall spraying bullets as he ran.

Severe Storms Batter Georgia: 12 Dead, 23 Injured

At least 12 people have been reported dead and 23 injured after severe storms battered Georgia over the weekend.

Together, This Mother and Daughter Organized Wisconsin Women Who Marched in Washington

Dissatisfied with the results of the election, Martha Williamson and her daughter Jessica Hughes decided to get active. They started a Facebook group