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premiumSome Sam's Clubs stop tobacco sales

Sam's Club -- the warehouse division of Walmart Inc. -- has stopped selling tobacco products at some of its locations, according to company executives. Walmart Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon and Chief Financial Officer Brett Biggs discussed the decision this week during the company's fourth-q...

Arm teachers, give bonuses, Trump says; deputy who didn't go inside school during Florida shooting resigns

President Donald Trump on Thursday intensified his calls for arming highly trained teachers as part of an effort to fortify schools against shootings such as the one that occurred in Parkland, Fla., last week, even as he denounced active-shooter drills that try to prepare students to survive a rampage.

21 arrested in Little Rock gangs dragnet; family member of ex-Hog McFadden among those charged in case

Officials say 21 people were arrested on federal charges Thursday morning in a wide-ranging takedown operation, part of a larger effort to target gangs and violent criminals in Arkansas' capital city.

BRET STEPHENS: Repeal Second Amendment

Had the recent massacre of 17 people at a Florida high school been different in one respect--that is, had alleged perpetrator Nikolas Cruz shouted "Allahu akbar" during the course of his rampage--conservatives would be demanding another round of get-tough measures.

UALR women's basketball team wraps up share of Sun Belt

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock women's basketball team clinched the No. 1 seed in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament with a 53-44 victory over Coastal Carolina on Thursday afternoon at the Jack Stephens Center in Little Rock.

Sinclair's proposal to sell but still run TV outlets criticized; company owns Little Rock's KATV

Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. has proposed to sell but still operate TV stations in New York, Chicago and other cities to win regulatory approval of its $3.9 billion purchase of Tribune Media Co.

MOVIE REVIEW: Dreadfully unfunny 'Game Night' wastes talents of all involved

The thing you have to keep in mind is, even a moderately budgeted low-rent film -- slated to be released in the absolute dead zone of a studio calendar -- employs hundreds of people. The utterly banal Game Night, for example, employs two directors (which we'll will get to shortly), six producers, a writer, some ...






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