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Published: Thu, 18 Jan 2018 18:37:40 -0500

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How to protect your family against the spread of the flu

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 10:54:42 -0500

(image) This year’s outbreak is widespread in every state but Hawaii, and has gotten so bad in Alabama that the governor has declared a public health emergency.

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Alligator And Python Locked In Death Duel On Golf Course

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 08:03:34 -0500

(image) A Naples, Florida, golf course featured a reptilian smackdown between an alligator and Burmese python last week ― and it was caught on camera.

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White House releases report on foreign-born criminals in the U.S.

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 15:26:32 -0500

(image) During a press briefing at the White House on Wednesday, January 17, The Justice Department's National Security Division released a report on criminals in the U.S. who were foreign-born.

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Undocumented immigrant charged in slaying of 2 police officers says he wishes he killed more cops

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 11:20:54 -0500

(image) An undocumented immigrant who admitted to shooting and killing two Northern California police officers in October 2014 said in court on Tuesday that he regrets not killing more cops.

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Man Deported After 30 Years In America: It Wasn't My Choice To Come

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 09:24:32 -0500

(image) Jorge Garcia, the man who had lived in the U.S. for 30 years and was deported to Mexico this week  despite having no criminal record, wishes the Trump administration was willing to look at immigration cases individually.

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China planning to send robot sub to sunken ship

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 05:46:17 -0500

(image) BEIJING (AP) — China is preparing to send a robot submarine possibly followed by divers to explore and plug holes in a sunken Iranian oil tanker whose 32 crew members are all believed to have died, the Transport Ministry said Wednesday.

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Girl From Viral Photo Dies of Aggressive Brain Cancer DIPG

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 11:49:57 -0500

(image) "Our sweet Braylynn, our warrior princess, earned her sparkly pink angel wings this evening," according to a Facebook post from Braylynn's Battalion, a page started to keep family, friends and anyone else up to date with Braylynn Lawhon's fight against diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, or DIPG. DIPG cases make up 10 percent of central nervous system tumors in children. "Her nickname was Princess Bel and she could light up any room," the Facebook post continued.

Eric Trump: 'My father sees one color — green'

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 11:09:11 -0500

(image) Eric Trump on Wednesday dismissed the backlash over President Trump’s caustic comments on immigration that have led some members of the media to label his father a racist.

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Watch As A Drone Saves Two Teen Swimmers From Heavy Surf In Australia

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 12:58:21 -0500

(image) An unlikely hero saved two teen swimmers on Thursday when a drone dropped a flotation device as the pair were stranded in heavy surf.

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There's A Really Dumb Reason Why Some Teens Are Eating Tide Pods

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 11:38:46 -0500

(image) Health officials are urging the public not to eat laundry detergent packets amid an uptick in intentional exposures and ingestions among teenagers, and we can thank a running online joke for it.

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World's biggest flooded cave found in Mexico, explorers say

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 23:14:22 -0500

(image) A group of divers has connected two underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet, a discovery that could help shed new light on the ancient Maya civilization. The Gran Acuifero Maya (GAM), a project dedicated to the study and preservation of the subterranean waters of the Yucatan peninsula, said the 347-km (216-mile) cave was identified after months of exploring a maze of underwater channels. Near the beach resort of Tulum, the group found that the cave system known as Sac Actun, once measured at 263 km, communicated with the 83-km Dos Ojos system, the GAM said in a statement.

Blessing of the animals on St. Anthony's Day

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 13:29:06 -0500

(image) The feast of St. Anthony, Spain’s patron saint of animals, is celebrated each year. On the eve of St. Anthony’s Day, riders guide their horses through a bonfire in the village of San Bartolome de Pinares as part of the Luminarias ritual in honor of St. Anthony the Abbot.

Fears of serial child killer in infamous Pakistan city

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 03:44:23 -0500

(image) The rape and murders of a dozen children by a suspected serial killer have terrified parents in central Pakistan, and prompted soul-searching over how the country fails to protect its most vulnerable. The killing of six-year-old Zainab Fatima Ameen became the tipping point last week when her body was found on a rubbish heap near her home in the city of Kasur. Candlelight vigils were held across the country and the hashtag #JusticeForZainab trended on social media, with celebrities, opposition politicians and outraged web users demanding action.

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Lawmaker seeks home school oversight after 13 found captive

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 19:23:25 -0500

(image) LOS ANGELES (AP) — City officials couldn't find any records that the fire marshal conducted required annual inspections at a California home that doubled as a private school where authorities say 13 malnourished siblings were kept captive in filthy conditions by their parents.

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Pope Francis Performs Impromptu Wedding Ceremony Aboard Papal Plane

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 11:12:57 -0500

(image) Two flight attendants on Pope Francis’ papal plane were treated to first-class service on Thursday when the pope helped them officially tie the knot.

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Amazon Narrows Down Second Headquarters List To 20 Possibilities

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 12:45:47 -0500

(image) On Thursday, Amazon released the short list of cities and other localities that are still in the running to host the online retail giant’s second headquarters, which it’s calling HQ2.

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Sweden sends leaflets to 5m homes on how to prepare for war with Russia

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 07:23:19 -0500

(image) Sweden is preparing to issue a public information manual on what to do in the event of war, as debate in the country grows over how to deal with the threat from Russia. The brochure, due to be sent to 4.7m households, will inform the public how they can take part in “total defence” during a war and secure water, food and heating. The booklet with the working title If Crisis or War Comes will also give guidance on dealing with threats from cyber attacks, terrorism and climate change, the FT reported. Russia’s annexation of Crimea and military support for Ukrainian separatists, along with increased activity and exercises near the Baltics and Scandinavia have caused deep unease in Sweden. The neutral country has begun to reverse deep post war defence cuts and incursions by Russian planes and submarines have sparked intense public debate over whether to join Nato. Sweden has seen debate over whether to join Nato Credit:  Victor Svedberg / Regeringskansliet In September 2017, the country held its biggest military exercise in 23 years, with war games involving 19,000 Swedish personnel and allies from Finland, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, France, Norway and America. The country last year voted to reintroduce conscription. “All of society needs to be prepared for conflict, not just the military. We haven’t been using words such as total defence or high alert for 25-30 years or more. So the knowledge among citizens is very low,” said Christina Andersson, leader of the project at the Swedish civil contingencies agency.

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14 Humboldt Park elementary students hospitalized after possibly eating laced candy

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 13:09:45 -0500

(image) Fourteen students, ages 13 or 14, were taken to the hospital Wednesday morning after a hazardous materials situation on Chicago's Northwest Side, the Chicago Fire Department said.

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Glossier Just Dropped Its First-Ever Solution To Acne-Prone Skin

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 17:50:02 -0500

(image) The glossy-faced, dewy-skinned experts at Glossier just dropped a new addition to the skincare-as-makeup retailer’s collection that’s perfect for blemish-prone faces.

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Authorities: Deputy fatally shoots teen in Ohio courtroom

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 17:33:05 -0500

(image) COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A deputy fatally shot a 16-year-old boy in an Ohio courtroom when a fight broke out involving the boy, his family and the officer on Wednesday, a sheriff's office investigator said.

Worst-case global warming scenarios not credible: study

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 16:04:01 -0500

(image) Earth's surface will almost certainly not warm up four or five degrees Celsius by 2100, according to a study released Wednesday which, if correct, voids worst-case UN climate change predictions. A revised calculation of how greenhouse gases drive up the planet's temperature reduces the range of possible end-of-century outcomes by more than half, researchers said in the report, published in the journal Nature. How effectively the world slashes CO2 and methane emissions, improves energy efficiency, and develops technologies to remove CO2 from the air will determine whether climate change remains manageable or unleashes a maelstrom of human misery.

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Rogue ex-policeman, six others die in Venezuela forces raid

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:39:38 -0500

(image) By Brian Ellsworth and Eyanir Chinea CARACAS (Reuters) - Rogue Venezuelan helicopter pilot Oscar Perez was killed in a police operation on Monday along with six other anti-government militants, the interior minister said on Tuesday, spurring opposition complaints of human rights violations. Perez, a photogenic former police officer who once starred in an action film, last year used a hijacked helicopter to attack government buildings and stole weapons from a military base in what he called a rebellion against President Nicolas Maduro. Interior Minister Nestor Reverol said it was Perez who had attacked first, and that seven "terrorists" including him were killed outside Caracas, along with two police officers involved in the raid.

Ford Ranger Returns for 2019: Pickup Aims to Be Commuter-Friendly Workhorse

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 19:09:56 -0500

(image) (image) A lot has happened in the midsized-pickup market since Ford stopped selling the Ranger in the U.S. in 2011. Chevrolet scored robust sales with its second-generation Colorado. Honda reintroduced t...

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Thirteen siblings 'held captive' by parents in Perris, California: 'Deeply religious' couple arrested on torture charges

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:46:02 -0500

The American couple who allegedly tortured and imprisoned their 13 children were Elvis fanatics who believed “God called on them” to give birth so many times.  David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, were said to have forced their children to memorise passages of the Bible during “very strict” home schooling sessions.  Family members were reportedly kept away, with the children’s grandparents saying they had not seen them for around five years and an aunt saying she had not visited for 19 years.  David and Louise Turpin joined by their children - wearing matching outfits - as they renewed their wedding vows in 2015 Credit: Facebook The couple had their vows renewed by an Elvis impersonator three times, often with their children identically dressed looking on, according to photographs and footage.  The family had also filed for bankruptcy in 2011 and were said to have racked up debts of up to $500,000 despite Mr Turpin’s job as an engineer earning $140,000 a year.  Police custody images of David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin Credit: JOSE ROMERO /AFP/Getty Children lived in 'filthy' and 'foul-smelling' house The details emerged as a shocked America attempted to understand how an apparently mild-mannered middle-aged couple had allegedly committed such a heinous crime.  The pair have been charged with nine counts of torture and 10 of child endangerment after being arrested at their home in Perris, California. It followed a dramatic rescue of thirteen children aged between 2 and 29 who were discovered starving and some chained to items of furniture in the “filthy” and “foul-smelling” house.  Police only made the discovery after a 17-year-old girl fled the property through a window, stole a mobile phone and alerted officers to the children’s plight.  She was so emaciated police thought she was only 10. David Allen Turpin and his wife Louise Anna Turpin in a picture posted on Facebook Credit: Facebook On arriving at the middle-class bungalow in Perris, a town of 70,000 situated 15 miles outside Riverside, they found the children kept in dark, squalid and stench-filled conditions.  Some were shackled to their beds. Many appeared far younger than their age because of the horrific conditions they appear to have been kept in, according to officials investigating the case.  The children are now being treated for malnutrition. Mother 'perplexed' by police involvement Greg Fellows, Riverside County sheriff's captain, revealed that Mrs Turpin had appeared "perplexed" as to why police were present at her home. "The conditions were horrific," he said. The children are all believed to be the Turpins' biological offspring, authorities said. Mr Fellows said the investigation has so far found no indication of sexual abuse but that the conditions amounted to torture. "If you can imagine being a 10-year-old and being chained to a bed ... I would call that torture," he said. Mr Fellows praised the "bravery" of the teenager who managed to flee the house of horrors "through a window". "I am very saddened to report on such a heartbreaking case," he said. "Just before 6am a 17-year-old called deputies from a deactivat[...]

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India Test-Fires Nuclear-Capable ICBM

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 06:22:33 -0500

(image) India successfully test-fired a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile on Thursday in what officials called a “major boost” to the country’s strategic defense system.

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Philippine volcano spews lava; thousands flee

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 09:14:44 -0500

(image) Glowing-red lava spurted in a fountain and flowed down the Philippines' most active volcano in a stunning display of its fury that has sent more than 34,000 villagers fleeing to safety.

Watch How This School In Puerto Rico Reacts When Power Returns After 112 Days

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 11:33:15 -0500

(image) Children in Puerto Rico have had to live much of their life in the dark since Hurricane Maria devastated the island nearly four months ago.

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The Latest: Murder charge filed in college student's killing

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 17:14:05 -0500

(image) SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on the killing of a University of Pennsylvania student in California (all times local):

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Mother-daughter polio team shot dead in Pakistan: police

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 04:43:50 -0500

(image) A mother and daughter polio vaccination team were gunned down Thursday in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta as they were immunizing children, police said, the latest deaths in the country's long campaign against the disease. The duo were killed in a neighbourhood on the outskirts of the city, capital of restive Balochistan, Pakistan's largest and poorest province. "Sakina Bibi, 38 and her daughter Rizwana Bibi, 16, were killed by unknown assailants while they were administering polio drops to children," senior police official Aitzaz Ahmed Goraya told AFP.

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Activists protest against Trump's immigration policies

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 10:48:37 -0500

(image) Protesters around the country marched in support of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs.

Jeff Flake Urges GOP To Stand Up To Trump's Attacks Against The Press

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 12:02:29 -0500

(image) warned Republicans that they must stand up to President Donald Trump’s attacks against the press or else risk being complicit in a dangerous slide to authoritarianism.

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Fishermen dive into river moments before motorboat smashes into vessel

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 08:31:42 -0500

(image) A group of fisherman were forced to dive into a freezing cold river to escape being crushed by a motorboat bearing down on their small vessel. Bryan Maess was fishing with friends near the mouth of the Columbia River in Oregon when the motorboat crashed straight into the small boat in August last year. Footage captured on a GoPro mounted inside the fishing boat shows Mr Maess frantically waving at the boat as it approaches to get the driver’s attention. He repeatedly shouts ‘hey!’ as the vessel gets closer, while another on board is heard saying ‘oh my god’ before the trio dive into the water. Mr Maess has filed a $372,500 (£270k) lawsuit against the driver of the boat, who told police he could not see the fishing party as the dash of his boat was blocking his view, The Oregonian reports. The trip were forced to dive into the water  The fisherman suffered injuries to his ankle, leg and arms in the incident and has had vision problems and headaches since, the lawsuit says. Mr Maess claims in the suit that the boat driver, Marlin Lee Larsen, was distracted while using his mobile phone when the incident occurred. However Mr Larsen told local media the allegations were “fake news”. The 75-year-old has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges of the reckless operation of a boat, fourth-degree assault and recklessly endangering the lives of others. The case is ongoing. There are no laws prohibiting the use of a mobile phone when driving a boat in Oregon, however there are laws against operating a boat without due care. Investigators say the trio could have been killed or seriously injured if they hadn’t jumped into the water.

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Appears Open To Striking Down Gerrymandered Map

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 13:11:19 -0500

(image) ― A plurality of state Supreme Court justices seemed open to the possibility that the Pennsylvania congressional map may violate the state’s constitution, but during oral argument on Wednesday seemed unclear as to how to remedy the situation.

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Pakistani police arrest suspect in rape and murder of 7-year-old girl

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 07:20:04 -0500

(image) By Mubasher Bukhari LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistani authorities on Wednesday arrested a suspect in the rape and murder of a 7-year-old girl that ignited nationwide protests and outrage over allegations of government inaction, two police officials said. Police found Zainab Ansari's body in a garbage dumpster in Kasur district near the eastern city of Lahore last week, four days after she was reported missing. Residents of the area have said the murder was the 12th such incident in a year, and has fueled fears a serial rapist killer might be on the loose.

What Is A 'Sunshine Baby'?

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 13:11:45 -0500

(image) Over the years, some of this vocabulary has gained wider currency, like the term “rainbow baby,” which refers to a child born after a miscarriage, stillbirth, infant death or other early loss of a child.

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19 Attorneys General Call On Congress To Legalize Banking For Weed Industry

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 18:35:49 -0500

(image) Attorneys general from over a dozen states where some form of marijuana use has been legalized are urging Congress to pass legislation that would allow banks to provide services to cannabis businesses without risking federal prosecution.

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Beautiful Australian Shepherd is high as a kite and doesn't care about anything

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 10:32:12 -0500

(image) Just imagine Air Bud meets Pineapple Express. That's the current life of this Australian Shepherd.  Hank the Aussie Tanks had an eventful Sunday. Though we don't exactly know why, Hank's owner said that the poor pup was home from the vet with morphine in his system. It made for a very amused owner and a very high dog.  The pain medication left the blue-eyed dog with no sense of his surroundings and not a care in the world.  SEE ALSO: Stubborn dogs attempt to stop human disposing of Christmas tree Vet gave me morphine and turned me into a White Walker for the day #GoT #LazySunday #MorphineDrip A post shared by Hank The Tank (@hanktheaussietank) on Jan 15, 2018 at 10:01pm PST While Hank's mind is probably in a field of grass and unlimited amount of bones, his lazy Sunday only gets better. Well, for us anyways.  I cAN FeEL CoLoUrS #vetgavememorphine A post shared by Hank The Tank (@hanktheaussietank) on Jan 16, 2018 at 2:24pm PST We just hope Hank had the productive Sunday he deserves. We know his owner did.  WATCH: Never lose your dog again with the help of this tracker

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Warnings of fallout after US freezes funding for Palestinian refugees

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 14:18:15 -0500

(image) The UN agency for Palestinian refugees warned Wednesday it faced its worst funding crisis ever after the White House froze tens of millions of dollars in contributions, a move Palestinian leaders decried as cruel and blatantly biased. The agency provides Palestinian refugees and their descendants across the Middle East with services including schools and medical care, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has long accused it of hostility toward Israel and called for its closure. Some five million Palestinians are eligible for its services.

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At Detroit auto show, future high tech is present

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 00:30:05 -0500

(image) For the technology phobic, the Einride T-Pod autonomous cargo truck could be the stuff of nightmares. The electric truck was one of many high-tech innovations on display at the Detroit auto show, where the top industry players in North America showed off their latest models and considered the future of automobiles and transportation. The promise of an autonomous future is a dominant theme for industry insiders, and many tech companies participating in the auto show focused on how to improve self-driving vehicles.

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Facebook selfie clue helps convict Canadian woman who killed her friend 

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 11:11:22 -0500

An incriminating clue in a Facebook selfie was used as evidence to help convict a Canadian woman who strangled her friend to death. Cheyenne Rose Antoine pleaded guilty to killing 18-year-old Brittney Gargol in March 2015 after police used clues in the Facebook post, uploaded six hours before the victim's body was found, to identify her as a suspect. Investigators found a black belt matching the one worn by Antoine in the Facebook photo near the body of her victim on the side of a road near a landfill site in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CBC Saskatoon reports. Antoine was found guilty of manslaughter this week and sentenced to seven years in prison for strangling her friend. The pair had been drinking and were high on drugs when they got into an argument, Antoine told police. She had initially told investigators the pair were out drinking in a number of bars before her friend left with an unknown man. However police later discovered through a tip-off that Antoine had confessed to a friend she had killed Gargol and later found out she had lied to her uncle to try and cover up the killing.  Brittney Gargol was killed in 2015 Credit: Facebook The 21-year-old had also intentionally tried to obstruct the investigation by misleading detectives with a Facebook post to her friend on the night she killed her. “Where are you?” she wrote. “Haven’t heard from you. Hope you made it home safe.” Antoine, who had initially faced a second-degree murder charge, admitted responsibility for her friend’s death but said she could not remember the details of what had happened on the night. Crown prosecutor Robin Ritter said it was “quite remarkable” how police discovered the information that helped solve the case, adding: “No doubt this young women has issues...and because of those issues she is dangerous.” Jennifer Gargol, Brittney's aunt, said in an impact statement read to the court: “Most days we can't stop thinking about Brittney, what happened that night, what she must have felt fighting for her life. “You feel darkened in your own dark robbed this world of someone who had a special gift.” Antoine said in a statement released through her lawyer:  “I will never forgive myself. “Nothing I say or do will ever bring her back. I am very, very sorry. It shouldn't have ever happened.” Lisa Watson, Antoine's lawyer, said it was a “tragic situation where drug and alcohol use exploded”. “My client had some very deep-seeded personal issues that she was not dealing with and unfortunately, for whatever reason, we’ll never know, they turned into a very tragic situation for all involved,” she added.[...]

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