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Bug Exposes 1,000 iPhone and iPad Apps to Hacks

April 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

A bug in a widely used piece of software temporarily exposed around a thousand iOS apps to the possibility of hacking, and some are still at risk.

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Cop Charged in Beating of Man During Traffic Stop

April 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

William Melendez, who punched Dent 16 times while keeping him in a choke hold during an arrest, will be charged with three felony counts.

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Cop Charged in Beating of Man During Traffic Stop

Amputee Victim of Boston Marathon Bombing Returns to Run

April 20, 2015 Featured No Comments

For one participant in today???s Boston Marathon, crossing the finish line will mean more than a 26.2-mile trek; it will be a vindication of her ability to bounce back.

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Amputee Victim of Boston Marathon Bombing Returns to Run

‘Shoot Me!’ Suspect Screamed, but Officer Held His Fire

April 20, 2015 Featured No Comments

Police officer Jesse Kidder aimed his gun and the man charged, demanding that Kidder end his life.

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‘Shoot Me!’ Suspect Screamed, but Officer Held His Fire

Five Years After BP Spill, Questions Linger in the Gulf

April 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Half a decade after a BP oil spill devastated the Gulf of Mexico and its wildlife, some still are struggling.

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Five Years After BP Spill, Questions Linger in the Gulf

Find Out How to Stop Wasting 240 Pounds of Food

April 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The average person wastes 240 pounds of food each year – roughly the same weight as a refrigerator!

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Find Out How to Stop Wasting 240 Pounds of Food

Vietnamese Fishermen Struggle 5 Years After Oil Spill

April 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill was a double-whammy disaster for the Vietnamese community that relies on the Gulf waters for their livelihood.

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Vietnamese Fishermen Struggle 5 Years After Oil Spill

Okla. Sheriff: ‘We Are Sorry Eric Was Taken From You’

April 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

Robert Bates, a reserve sheriff’s deputy in Tulsa, Oklahoma, shot and killed Eric Harris on April 2.

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Okla. Sheriff: ‘We Are Sorry Eric Was Taken From You’

Gyrocopter Pilot Wasn’t Worried About Getting Shot Down

April 20, 2015 Featured No Comments

The Florida mailman who flew a gyrocopter through restricted airspace and landed on the Capitol lawn said he wasn’t worried about getting shot down.

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New Photos Show China’s Island-Building in Disputed Sea

April 20, 2015 Featured, News No Comments

The Philippines presented fresh aerial photographs of an alleged project by China to build artificial islands in the South China Sea.

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New Photos Show China’s Island-Building in Disputed Sea

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