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‘Natural’ Bug Repellents Don’t Last: Report

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

Natural may sound better, but when it comes to mosquito repellents, what you really want are some good chemicals, Consumer Reports finds.

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‘Natural’ Bug Repellents Don’t Last: Report

Sanders: ‘Of Course’ Dem Convention Will Be Messy

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

In a one-on-one interview with NBC’s Kristen Welker, Sen.

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Bill Cosby Back in Court for Hearing in Sex Assault Case

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

He’s charged with drugging and molesting Andrea Constand.

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Bill Cosby Back in Court for Hearing in Sex Assault Case

Bill Cosby Back in Court for Hearing in Sex Assault Case

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

He’s charged with drugging and molesting Andrea Constand.

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Bill Cosby Back in Court for Hearing in Sex Assault Case

Skydiving Plane Crashes in Hawaii, Killing Five

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

Authorities said it was not yet clear what caused the plane to come down.

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‘Cry It Out’ Sleep Method Doesn’t Harm Babies: Study

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

Infants left to cry themselves to sleep will not suffer any emotional, behavioral or parental attachment problems, a new study suggests.

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‘Cry It Out’ Sleep Method Doesn’t Harm Babies: Study

Hate? Here’s How Unpopular Clinton and Trump Are

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

Nearly six in 10 Americans said they either “dislike” or “hate” Clinton, while slightly more — 63 percent — expressed negative opinions about Trump.

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Drew Peterson Admitted Killing 4th Wife: Inmate

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

The claim came at the start of a trial on charges that Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his 3rd wife, tried to have the man prosecuting him killed.

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Full Episode: World News 05/23/16: Obama Closes Historic Vietnam Trip Dining on Noodles with Anthony Bourdain

May 24, 2016 Featured No Comments

Mother Accused of Child Abuse for Letting Her 11-Year-Old Drive a Golf Cart; Cosby to Face-Off Against Accuser for the First Time in Court

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Full Episode: World News 05/23/16: Obama Closes Historic Vietnam Trip Dining on Noodles with Anthony Bourdain

Creative Post-it Battle Takes Over New York City Office Windows

May 23, 2016 Featured No Comments

A battle between advertising agencies, which began with a simple message reading “HI,” has escalated and gone global.

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Creative Post-it Battle Takes Over New York City Office Windows

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