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  • 'National Disgrace!': Trump escalates attack on Mueller as jury mulls Manafort's fate news

    President Trump on Monday escalated his attack on Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, labeling the special counsel “disgraced and discredited” and Mueller's investigators a “National Disgrace.”

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 08:53:00 -0400
  • Boyfriend Of Missing Phoenix Teen Kiera Bergman Arrested news

    The on-again, off-again boyfriend of Kiera Bergman, a missing Arizona

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 13:10:02 -0400
  • Alligator Kills Woman Walking Dog In South Carolina: Police news

    A woman died Monday morning in a suspected alligator attack on Hilton Head

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 14:50:32 -0400
  • Good Samaritans rescue two people, dog from sinking car news

    Witnesses say the vehicle crashed through a marina railing in Long Beach, California, and into the water.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 07:21:09 -0400
  • Customers Rally After Yelp Reviewer Calls Cafe's Gay Pride Flag 'Disgusting' news

    An anti-gay review on Yelp that called a restaurant in Dorchester,

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 05:52:57 -0400
  • Bishop: Church today 'not the church' of grand jury report news

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — The bishop of Pittsburgh's Roman Catholic diocese pushed back against a call for his resignation and said the diocese has "followed every single step" needed for responsible action after allegations of child sexual abuse.

    Sun, 19 Aug 2018 19:49:43 -0400
  • Eight hikers die as flash flood hits Italy's Calabria news

    Eight hikers died when a mountain river suddenly flooded in Italy's southern Calabria region, with five people still missing, local emergency services said on Monday. "We have eight dead but we can't rule out the toll increasing," the local civil protection unit told AFP. It also said there were two groups of 18 hikers at the site.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 16:46:06 -0400
  • Yahoo News explains: What's the other cause impacting global warming? news

    The authors of the study predict a 58 percent chance that the next few years will be “anomalously warm,” with a 69 percent chance that earth’s oceans will be too. The study found that that warming trend is not just the result of a steady increase in human-made climate change driven by emissions of greenhouse gases. The study used data from 10 climate-change models and found that natural variabilities were the cause of a global warming “hiatus” in the early 2000s.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 11:13:13 -0400
  • Shots fired at US embassy in Turkey amid escalating row between Nato allies news

    Several gunshots were fired at the US embassy in Ankara from a vehicle on Monday, amid rising tensions between Turkey and Washington.  An unidentified assailant or assailants fired six bullets at an embassy security gate from a passing white vehicle around 5.30am local time, three bullets hitting an iron door and a window, the Ankara governor's office said in a statement. The early morning attack coincided with a deepening row between the two countries over the trial of a US pastor in Turkey. The embassy is closed this week for a public holiday to mark the Islamic Eid al-Adha festival. The attack on the embassy in the Turkish capital was a clear attempt to "create chaos", the spokesman for President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, condemning the early morning drive-by attack. Six bullets were fired at the US embassy in Ankara from a passing car Credit:  AP/Burhan Ozbilici David Gainer, the embassy spokesman said: "We can confirm a security incident took place at the US embassy early this morning. "We have no reports of any injuries and we are investigating the details. We thank the Turkish National Police for their rapid response." Video footage from broadcaster Haberturk showed police teams inspecting one of the entrances to the embassy and apparent damage caused by a gunshot could be seen in one window. President Erdogan greets the crowd during a symposium at the ATO Congresium Hall in Ankara, Turkey on August 14th It said empty cartridges were found at the scene. President Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman condemned the attack on Twitter and said the incident is being investigated. "This is a clear attempt to create chaos," spokesman Ibarahim Kalin said. "Turkey is a safe country and all foreign missions are under the guarantee of the laws." The US Embassy in Ankara and the consulate in Istanbul have in the past been the targets of attacks by militants and have faced numerous security threats.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 07:05:27 -0400
  • Could soccer moms swing the House? Democrats hope so. news

    Remember the “soccer moms”? That 1990s term for politically moderate suburban women has fallen out of usage lately, but they’re still around, and a key voting bloc in the upcoming midterms. Frustrated with Washington and turned off by President Trump, they could deliver Congress to the Democrats in November. Or not.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 10:29:00 -0400
  • A Mexican Official Says a Man Detained in the U.S. While Taking His Pregnant Wife to the Hospital Is Wanted for Murder news

    His lawyer says authorities might have mistaken him for his brother

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 23:31:53 -0400
  • More Russian Hacking Uncovered Ahead Of Midterms — This Time Targeting Conservatives news

    Microsoft announced Tuesday that it had uncovered -- and thwarted -- fresh

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 05:25:08 -0400
  • Wildfire moves closer to Glacier National Park's scenic road news

    MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A wildfire in Montana's Glacier National Park is forcing more evacuations and has burned within a half-mile of the scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road.

    Sun, 19 Aug 2018 21:38:00 -0400
  • Famously Thicc, High-Maintenance Cat Finds New Human As Extra As He Is news

    Bruno is off the market, guys.

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 17:43:01 -0400
  • Irish abuse survivors await Pope's arrival with scepticism news

    Over the next 15 years floods of similar stories followed as harrowing state investigations unearthed endemic sexual abuse and cover-up that rocked the church's standing in the once staunchly Roman Catholic country. When Pope Francis makes the first papal visit to Ireland in nearly 40 years this weekend, Madden, a Dubliner, will be a long way away. To see that institution being cheered on when there are so many unanswered questions, I would find it sickening," said Madden, who will be in Rome when the Pope addresses an expected 500,000 people in Dublin on Sunday.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 10:35:16 -0400
  • UK woman 'sang to stay awake' after falling off cruise ship news

    PULA, Croatia (AP) — A British woman who fell from a cruise ship and spent 10 hours in the Adriatic Sea at night sang to stay alive, her rescuers said Monday.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 16:59:08 -0400
  • Crikey! Photographer gets up close with dangerous crocs 

    Alex Suh has traveled to Mexico's Banco Chinchorro reef twice in the past three years to get into the waters and capture the crocodiles in their natural habitat.

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 15:41:38 -0400
  • Arctic’s strongest sea ice breaks up for first time news

    The thickest sea ice in the Arctic has started to break up, opening waters north of Greenland that are normally frozen, experts have warned. One meteorologist described the phenomenon - recorded for the first time this year - as “scary”. Scientists said it could prove catastrophic for polar bears and seals, threatening their survival. The sea off the north coast of Greenland had long been known as “the last ice area” because it was expected to be the last place to remain frozen, given it had the oldest and thickest ice. Others said it could force scientists to revise their theories about which part of the Arctic will withstand global warming the longest. The sea off the north coast of Greenland had long been known as “the last ice area” because it was expected to be the last place to remain frozen, given it had the oldest and thickest ice. But now scientists are warning that the ice has broken up twice this year, due to warm winds and heatwaves in the northern hemisphere. The thick old sea ice will have been pushed away from the coast, to an area where it will melt more easilyThomas Lavergne, Norwegian Meteorological Institute The changes could force scientists to revise their theories about which part of the Arctic will withstand global warming the longest. Professor Peter Wadhams, who heads the Polar Ocean Physics Group at Cambridge University, said the trend would also have “serious” consequences for wildlife - and could prove catastrophic for polar bears and seals. “The north coast of Greenland, with its very steep cliffs, is a denning area for polar bears,” Prof Wadhams said. “They dig holes in the snow and come out in the spring and go hunting. But if the pack ice has moved offshore they come out hibernation and are left without an area to hunt. “They can’t swim very far. If this becomes a permanent feature with ice away from the coast, polar bears won’t have any ice to hunt on. You would lose the polar bear habitat,” he told The Independent. Ruth Mottram of the Danish Meteorological Institute said: “Almost all of the ice to the north of Greenland is quite shattered and broken up and therefore more mobile.” “Open water off the north coast of Greenland is unusual. This area has often been called ‘the last ice area’ as it has been suggested that the last perennial sea ice in the Arctic will occur here. The events of the last week suggest that, actually, the last ice area may be further west.” How fast is the Arctic ice melting? | Meet the British scientist who risked polar bear attacks and plagues of mosquitoes to find out Walt Meier, a senior research scientist at the US National Snow and Ice Data Center, said: “The ice there has nowhere else to go so it piles up. On average, it’s over four metres thick and can be piled up into ridges 20 metres thick or more. This thick, compacted ice is generally not easily moved around. “However, that was not the case this past winter (in February and March) and now. The ice is being pushed away from the coast by the winds.” Thomas Lavergne, a scientist at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute, described satellite pictures of blue water penetrating white ice as “scary”. Even if the water closes over in a few days, the harm will be done, he told The Guardian. “The thick old sea ice will have been pushed away from the coast, to an area where it will melt more easily.”

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 11:58:35 -0400
  • Elizabeth Warren’s Far-Reaching New Bill Aims To Actually Drain The Swamp news

    WASHINGTON ― Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) unveiled a sweeping plan on

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 15:26:38 -0400
  • Trump Speechwriter Fired After He's Linked To White Nationalist Event news

    A White House speechwriter for President Donald Trump was fired last week

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 04:32:59 -0400
  • Afghanistan waits for Taliban response to truce offer news

    Afghanistan was waiting Monday for a Taliban response to President Ashraf Ghani's suggestion of a three-month ceasefire, an offer welcomed by the United States and NATO after 17 years of war. Ghani unveiled the government’s latest gambit during an Independence Day address late Sunday, saying security forces would observe the truce beginning this week -- but only if the Taliban reciprocated. The move followed an extraordinarily violent week in Afghanistan that saw that Taliban storm the provincial capital of Ghazni -- just a two hour drive from Kabul -- and press the fight against security forces across the country, resulting in hundreds of deaths.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 01:09:47 -0400
  • 58 people shot in Chicago over weekend as police hit out at 'cowardly' violence news

    Chicago police have hit out at "cowardly" and "senseless" gun crime after at least 58 people were shot in another violent weekend across the city. Six people were killed from the shootings that took place from Friday to Sunday night, Chicago Police Department (CPD) Superintendent Eddie Johnson said at a press conference. Tom Ahern, the assistant director of news affairs and communications at CPD reported that a three-year-old boy was among those wounded as a result of the shootings from the weekend.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 20:46:51 -0400
  • Families Separated Since Korean War Reunite In North Korea news

    Families divided during the Korean War tearfully reunited for the first time

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 07:44:38 -0400
  • Man Forced to Choose Between Meth and Wife Makes Wrong Call

    Man Forced to Choose Between Meth and Wife Makes Wrong Call There is no wrath like a woman scorned Don't do drugs, m'kay? If you do, be ready to deal with the consequences. I'm not talking about justice or prison here, I'm talking about an angry wife, which

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 09:06:24 -0400
  • The Latest: Latest earthquake on Indonesian island kills 2 news

    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The Latest on earthquakes that have struck Indonesia's Lombok island (all times local):

    Sun, 19 Aug 2018 21:20:11 -0400
  • Pope addresses Catholic Church sexual abuse report in open letter: ‘We showed no care for the little ones' news

    Pope Francis has condemned the “atrocities” of child sex abuse and cover-ups by the clergy in an open letter to the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics. Addressing a US Grand Jury report revealing decades of alleged sexual abuse inside the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, the Pontiff described allegations against the Church as “crimes that inflict deep wounds of pain and powerlessness” in victims, their families and the religious community. The report detailed at least 1,000 cases of alleged sexual abuse committed by 300 “predator” priests in Pennsylvania — and what was a systematic cover-up by Church officials.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 12:58:00 -0400
  • 15 of the Coolest Obscure Cars You Can Buy

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    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 11:00:00 -0400
  • Simulation report: Elon Musk unfollowed Grimes on Twitter news

    It appears that Elon Musk no longer follows Grimes on Twitter. Time to freak out! The Tesla CEO, who's been in headlines lately for stuff like tweeting himself into a probable SEC investigation and calling a hero a "pedophile," unfollowed his girlfriend on Sunday, bringing the number of women he follows down to three.  SEE ALSO: Elon Musk's muskiest moments of 2018, so far Of course, breakup rumors are now flying, but Musk's behavior on the platform has been so erratic lately that this surprise unfollow could mean nothing. It could mean everything. It could mean that he was looking at Grimes's profile fondly one night while he was definitely not hiding from Azealia Banks and accidentally hit the "unfollow" button.  Who knows? We've reached out to representation for Grimes and Tesla, and will update should we hear back. We hope to see "anti-imperialist" back in Grimes's Twitter bio soon. UPDATE: Aug. 20, 2018, 12:02 p.m. A spokesman for Musk declined to comment. UPDATE: Aug. 21, 2018, 3:46 p.m. Musk deleted his Instagram account late Monday, several hours after Azealia Banks posted several Stories telling Musk "I need my phone back now" and asking him to contact her. Musk told Gizmodo he deleted the account because he "didn't like it."  WATCH: Yes, Elon Musk and Grimes are dating and people think it's a simulation

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 11:55:06 -0400
  • Angel mom slams media coverage of illegal immigrants news

    Mary Ann Mendoza, whose son was murdered by an illegal immigrant, says victims' stories are being silenced by the press to support their anti-ICE agenda.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 07:51:22 -0400
  • John Oliver Reassures Trump After Giuliani Flub: 'Don't Worry, Donald, Prison Isn't Prison' news

    John Oliver had some mocking reassurance for President Donald Trump after Rudy

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 05:03:56 -0400
  • Police seek protesters who toppled Confederate statue in North Carolina news

    Protesters pulled the statue down with rope, cheering as it lay face down in the mud, its head and back covered in dirt. The university system's board chair, Harry Smith, and president, Margaret Spellings, denounced the toppling of the statue in a joint statement. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, a Democrat, said in a statement he shared protesters "frustration" over statues but condemned the violent destruction of public property.

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 14:41:13 -0400
  • China and Russia are Building Lots of Ship-Killer Missiles. The Navy Has Plans to Counter Them. news

    The Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile Block II, or ESSM, is a new version of an existing Sea Sparrow weapons system currently protecting aircraft carriers, destroyers, cruisers, amphibious assault ships and other vessels against anti-ship missiles and other surface and airborne short-range threats to ships.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 07:31:00 -0400
  • ConocoPhillips says PDVSA agreed to pay $2 bn to settle dispute news

    Venezuela has agreed to pay a $2 billion settlement to US oil giant ConocoPhillips, to stop the seizure of the South American nation's assets, the American firm announced Monday. PDVSA, the state oil company once the crown jewel of Venezuela's now imploding economy, will make initial payments of $500 million over the next 90 days, ConocoPhillips said in a statement. In return, ConocoPhillips said it agreed to halt the seizure of PDVSA's oil and assets in the Caribbean -- which it took over after Caracas failed to honor an April 25 ruling by an international arbitrator.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 21:20:22 -0400
  • The Latest: Suspect, a 2-year employee, fired on co-workers news

    MISSOURI CITY, Texas (AP) — The Latest on deadly workplace shooting near Houston (all times local):

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 14:09:42 -0400
  • Argentine Police Officer Breastfeeds Malnourished Baby in Kind Gesture news

    She went above and beyond the call of duty.

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 08:57:29 -0400
  • Taiwan's president visits Nasa space centre, in a move likely to anger Beijing news

    Tsai Ing-wen, the Taiwanese president visited Nasa’s space centre in Houston on Sunday, in a move that indicates deepening ties between Taipei and Washington, but which is expected to infuriate Beijing.  The trip to the Johnson Space Centre in Texas marks the first time a sitting leader from the self-ruling island has entered a US federal building in an official capacity, although her presence in Houston and in Los Angeles a week earlier were only brief stopovers en route to Paraguay and Belize.  But even short transit stops on US soil have traditionally provoked a sharp response from China, which claims Taiwan as its own territory and has tried to undermine its sovereignty and stepped up pressure on the international community to exclude Taipei from global forums.  Taiwan’s population of 23 million meanwhile operates like any other democratic nation with its own government, currency, military and foreign policy and the majority of citizens identify as Taiwanese. Only 18 countries, mainly small Pacific islands and Central American nations, have formal ties with the Taiwanese government, however.  President Tsai visited the Nasa Johnson Space Centre in Houston Credit: Richard Carson/Reuters  The US has not officially recognised Taiwan since 1979, when it shifted its recognition to China’s communist government and imposed restrictions on visiting senior Taiwanese officials to keep Beijing on side.  Ms Tsai’s transit is the first stopover for the Taiwanese president since the US Congress unanimously passed the Taiwan Travel Act earlier this year, allowing US government figures up to cabinet-level security officials to travel to the island and high-level officials from Taiwan to enter the US. Previously US policy did not permit bilateral visits by Cabinet-level officials. But behind-the-scenes, democratic Taiwan has long had influential allies in Washington’s corridors of power, with high profile legislators giving a nod to its strategic importance to America’s interests in the Pacific region.  During her earlier stop in Los Angeles, Ms Tsai met with three senior US politicians, including California Representative Brad Sherman, who called for the president herself to be granted a trip to Washington, reported Politico.  Thank you @Astro_Ellen & @AstroIronMike for coming out on Sunday for a behind-the-scenes tour of @NASA_Johnson. Missed @space_station's #Taiwan fly-by by 23 minutes. Look forward to finding ways of how Taiwan can better support international space efforts.— 蔡英文 Tsai Ing-wen (@iingwen) August 19, 2018 “I want to see one of the highest level” of visits between the US and Taiwan and that is to “welcome you [Tsai Ing-wen] in Washington DC,” he said.  Ed Royce, the House of Representatives’ Foreign Affairs Committee chairman, who also met with President Tsai, praised the “many positive developments in the US-Taiwan relationship this year.” He added: “By encouraging more frequent visits between our two peoples and governments, we further strengthen the critical US-Taiwan partnership.”  Washington has recently called attention to its positive relations with Taiwan amid soaring tensions with China over trade and Beijing’s territorial claims in the South China Sea.  “We’ll never know for sure if this [visit] is because of the Taiwan Travel Act or if it would have happened anyway because the Trump administration, as well as Congress, is filled with very enthusiastic supporters of US-Taiwan relations,” said Ross Feingold, a Taipei-based lawyer and political analyst. The hard work of the women & men of @houstonpolice in keeping @iingwen & the #Taiwan delegation safe & secure is tremendously appreciated. Many thanks for going above & beyond during our stopover in #Houston. JW— 外交部 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC (Taiwan) ���� (@MOFA_Taiwan) August 19, 2018 “It’s good that President Tsai was welcomed to visit this facility. Does it change what was already a positive trajectory of US-Taiwan relations? Probably not.” China would likely react with the “same style of anger and public statements that we have seen throughout any kind of stopover by the Taiwan president,” he told The Telegraph.  “The fact that it was a federal building doesn’t make it unprecedented if China was to do something like cancel bilateral scientific meetings,” he said.  Regardless of ongoing tensions with Beijing, Taiwan’s government was clearly thrilled by the invitation to Nasa. “#Houston, we’ve to a president! Couldn’t be more proud. @iingwen is the 1st leader of #Taiwan to tour @NASA_Johnson during a #US stopover. Thanks @Astro_Ellen for helping realize this milestone moment,” tweeted Joseph Wu, the foreign minister.  President Tsai also took to Twitter to express her gratitude. “Before we take off, I want to thank everyone involved for making my #Houston stopover a wonderful one filled with good memories. My administration will continue strengthening every aspect of #Taiwan-US relations. Until next time!”

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 03:37:52 -0400
  • Argento not under investigation over sex abuse claims: police news

    Italian actress and sexual abuse campaigner Asia Argento is not under investigation over bombshell allegations that she had sex five years ago with an underage teen, police told AFP on Monday. The New York Times reported on Sunday that Argento, a Harvey Weinstein accuser and leading figure in the #MeToo movement, had paid Jimmy Bennett $380,000 over the 2013 incident at a Los Angeles hotel. Bennett was 17 at the time of the alleged assault -- a year younger than California's age of consent.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 17:31:18 -0400
  • APNewsBreak: Alaska Natives believed whale hunt was legal news

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Indigenous hunters in Alaska initially believed they were legally hunting a beluga whale when they unlawfully killed a protected gray whale with harpoons and guns after the massive animal strayed into a river last year, a federal investigative report said.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 19:19:21 -0400
  • Melania Trump's Anti-Cyberbullying Tweet Does Not Go Over Well news

    Melania Trump's "Be Best" campaign continues to receive an icy reception.

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 04:42:16 -0400
  • Exclusive: Iraq to ask U.S. for exemptions on some Iran sanctions news

    U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from an international deal aimed at limiting Iran's nuclear program earlier this year and reimposed trade sanctions. Washington has said there will be consequences for countries that do not respect the sanctions. Baghdad is in a difficult position.

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 04:40:43 -0400
  • This Is How South Africa Could Become the Next Zimbabwe news

    Forced land redistribution was tried eighteen years ago by Zimbabwe and it did not go well.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 15:36:00 -0400
  • Please stop calling us Mormons, says world's leading Mormon news

    “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints” doesn’t exactly roll of the tongue, which is probably why both followers of the church and the general public have tended to refer to the religion as Mormonism, after the group’s most holy text, the Book of Mormon. Russell M Nelson, president of the church and the world’s most senior member, says this cannot go on. In a statement released on Friday, he demanded that only the church’s full name be used from now on.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 11:54:21 -0400
  • 2 Teens Found Dead in a Field Are Latest Victims of Chicago Violence news

    They were missing for days and were found shot to death in a field on Chicago's South Side

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 18:59:15 -0400
  • Mollie Tibbetts' Father Reluctantly Returns Home After a Month news

    Law enforcement encouraged the Tibbetts family to return to their regular lives.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 08:57:15 -0400
  • Husband and Wife Die After Being Caught in Riptide off New Hampshire Beach news

    Michael and Laura Cote were both unconscious when they were pulled from the water at the Seabrook shore about 12:30 p.m. Sunday.

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 10:30:15 -0400
  • Hamas leader: 'On our way' to ending Israel blockade news

    Hamas leader Ismail Haniya said Tuesday that an end to Israel's more than decade-long blockade of Gaza was "around the corner", as talk of a possible truce deal intensifies. Indirect negotiations between Gaza's Hamas rulers and Israel brokered by Egyptian and UN officials have reportedly included discussion on easing the blockade, but by no means a complete lifting of it. Speaking to thousands of Palestinians during prayers for the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday, Haniya did not directly address the possibility of a truce, mooted in Israeli and Palestinian media for weeks.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 20:53:21 -0400
  • Ohio State trustees set Wednesday meeting on Meyer's future news

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State trustees set a private meeting for Wednesday to talk about the future of coach Urban Meyer as the university seeks to quickly move past a scandal that has consumed the football program for nearly a month.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 15:52:18 -0400
  • EPA Proposal To Gut Obama-Era Coal Plant Rule Could Cause 1,400 Premature Deaths Per Year news

    The Trump administration proposed its plan Tuesday to gut a controversial

    Tue, 21 Aug 2018 09:06:24 -0400
  • Authorities expected to release affidavit explain why they think Watts killed his family news

    On Monday, authorities in Colorado are expected to release an affidavit explaining why investigators believe 33-year-old Christopher Watts killed his pregnant wife and two young daughters.

    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 14:16:16 -0400
  • 151 Ways To Cook An Egg

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    Mon, 20 Aug 2018 17:54:00 -0400
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