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‘Miracle’: How Drowning Boy Survived 30-Min Heart Stoppage

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Frigid waters were a big factor in the survival of a Pennsylvania toddler whose heart stopped for nearly half an hour while submerged in a creek.

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World Water Day? Many in America Face Another Dry Year

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

From California to Oklahoma, farmers, ranchers and just about anybody with a lawn or a pool are bracing for what’s expected to be another dry year.

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Giant Burning Temple Stirs Hearts in Northern Ireland

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Over the past week, more than 60,000 people have taken turns writing messages on a hand-carved wooden temple overlooking Londonderry.

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Group Claiming to Be ISIS Posts Names of U.S. Service Members

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

A senior defense official said that much of the information was “already out there” in public records and media reports.

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Ted Cruz to Announce Presidential Bid on Monday

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

He will become the first GOP hopeful to formally announce a White House run.

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ePrix Sets Out to Change Racing World … Quietly

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

From a distance, they sound like a swarm of angry hornets – if you can hear them at all.

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Arizona Bill Would Keep Cops’ Names Secret After Shootings

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The bill, which heads to the Senate for approval, would bar law enforcement agencies from releasing officers’ names for 60 days after killing someone.

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Deadly Cliff Path Set to Reopen in Spain

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The path, which hangs some 300 feet off the ground, has been closed since 2001 after five people fell to their deaths in less than two years.

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Deadly Cliff Path Set to Reopen in Spain

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The path, which hangs some 300 feet off the ground, has been closed since 2001 after five people fell to their deaths in less than two years.

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Deadly Cliff Path Set to Reopen in Spain

Deadly Cliff Path Set to Reopen in Spain

March 22, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The path, which hangs some 300 feet off the ground, has been closed since 2001 after five people fell to their deaths in less than two years.

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Deadly Cliff Path Set to Reopen in Spain

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