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Could Florida Teens Who Filmed Drowning Man Be Charged?

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

Florida officials say the death of Jamel Dunn, 31, earlier this year is disturbing because the teens failed to help him as he drowned in a pond.

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Could Florida Teens Who Filmed Drowning Man Be Charged?

Dutch Inmates Given Cold-Case Calendars to Solve Crimes

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

The cold-case calendars will feature a photograph of a murder victim or missing person, as well as details about the case, for each week of the year.

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Dutch Inmates Given Cold-Case Calendars to Solve Crimes

Congress Reaches Deal on ‘Strong’ Russia Sanctions Bill

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

Rep. Steny Hoyer said lawmakers had settled lingering issues with the bill, which also includes stiff economic penalties against Iran and North Korea.

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Congress Reaches Deal on ‘Strong’ Russia Sanctions Bill

Strong Aftershocks Test Nerves on Greek Island After Quake

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

Strong aftershocks rattled the Greek island of Kos on Saturday after a magnitude-6.7 quake Friday, and crews began examining damage to cultural monuments.

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Strong Aftershocks Test Nerves on Greek Island After Quake

How Sean Spicer Went Horribly Wrong

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

Sean Spicer fought on two fronts each day: With the press and with President Donald Trump.

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How Sean Spicer Went Horribly Wrong

Popular Venezuelan Violinist Bloodied During Protest

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

Clashes ensued for several hours as hundreds of masked youths hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at National Guard troops firing tear gas from motorbikes.

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Popular Venezuelan Violinist Bloodied During Protest

A Date With Death: Inmates Given Cold-Case Calendars to Solve Crimes

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

The cold-case calendars will feature a photograph of a murder victim or missing person, as well as details about the case, for each week of the year.

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A Date With Death: Inmates Given Cold-Case Calendars to Solve Crimes

Frozen in Time: What Glaciers Have Entombed Over the Years

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

The frozen bodies of a couple who went missing 75 years ago found in the Alps this week is just one of many secrets glaciers have revealed as they melted.

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Frozen in Time: What Glaciers Have Entombed Over the Years

A New Veneer: Inside Trump’s Communications Shakeup

July 22, 2017 Featured No Comments

Hallie Jackson takes readers inside the White House communications shakeup that led Sean Spicer to turn in his resignation.

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Meet Colombia’s First Legally Recognized ‘Throuple’

July 22, 2017 Featured, World No Comments

Three men living in Medellín have become Colombia’s — and maybe the world’s — first legally recognized polyamorous couple.

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Meet Colombia’s First Legally Recognized ‘Throuple’

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