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American’s 1st Thought During Train Attack Was ‘Just Trying Not to Die’

August 28, 2015 Featured No Comments

“I immediately recognized what was happening,” Alek Skarlatos said.

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American’s 1st Thought During Train Attack Was ‘Just Trying Not to Die’

Diabetes Drugs Can Cause Severe Joint Pain, FDA Warns

August 28, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

An entire class of diabetes drugs can cause severe and disabling joint pain, the Food and Drug Administration cautioned patients on Friday.The drugs,

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Police Seize Drone After Man Flies It Near LAPD Chopper

August 28, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

LA police seized a man’s drone after he flew it during a ‘perimeter operation’ in Hollywood and almost collided with an LAPD chopper, police said.

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Erika Takes Aim at Florida, Leaves Trail of Destruction

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Four people were killed on the island of Dominica.

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Erika Takes Aim at Florida, Leaves Trail of Destruction

The Last Grocery Store in the Lower Ninth Ward

August 28, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Ten years after Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast, Burnell Cotlon runs the only grocery store servicing New Orleans’ hardest-hit neighborhood.

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#BuyPens: How Sad Tweet Raised $58K for This Dad

August 28, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

A picture of a refugee selling pens on the street while carrying his daughter has triggered a campaign that has raised tens of thousands of dollars.

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#BuyPens: How Sad Tweet Raised $58K for This Dad

Woman Performs ‘Inspection’ to See If Trump Has Toupee

August 28, 2015 Featured No Comments

At a campaign event, Trump told the crowd his hair is real.

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10 Years After Katrina, Miami Very Vulnerable to Hurricane

August 28, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

As Tropical Storm Erika threatens to morph into a hurricane, Miami’s multibillion dollar coastline has little protection from storms.

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Slain Reporter’s Dad: Something Must Be Done About Guns

August 28, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

“There’s got to be a reasonable way to do this,” Andy Parker said after his daughter, Alison, was murdered by a former co-worker on live television.

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The Bill Clinton Paid Speeches Declined By State Department

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New State Department e-mails show Clinton aide seeking input on speeches

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The Bill Clinton Paid Speeches Declined By State Department

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