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  • 4 hours ago

    Austria, Germany Pave Way For Refugees and Migrants

    Austria, Germany Pave Way For Refugees and Migrants

    Migrants and refugees stranded in Hungary will be allowed into Austria and Germany, Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said in a Facebook post early Saturday. "Because of today's emergency situation on the...

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  • Hillary Clinton

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    Hillary Clinton: 'Sorry' for Email Confusion

    Hillary Clinton told NBC's Andrea Mitchell she was "sorry" there had been so much confusion over her private email server. But Clinton declined to apologize for having used it. "At the end of the day, I am sorry...

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  • Sep 4, 2015

    Protecting a Pope Who Takes Selfies With the Crowds

    Protecting a Pope Who Takes Selfies With the Crowds

    Protecting Pope Francis when he travels to the United States later this month will be a particularly arduous task for the Secret Service and other security officers given this pontiff’s spontaneity and...

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  • 4 hours ago

    Body of Missing Student Found in South Africa

    Body of Missing Student Found in South Africa

    The body of a student from Connecticut who went missing while swimming in South Africa has been found, according to officials at George Washington University. Nicholas Upton, 19, a junior at George Washington...

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  • Chipotle

    4 hours ago

    SoCal Chipotle Linked to Norovirus Outbreak

    SoCal Chipotle Linked to Norovirus Outbreak

    Health officials believe a food-borne illness that sickened dozens of customers at a Southern California Chipotle is Norovirus. About 80 restaurant customers and 18 restaurant employees reported symptoms of...

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  • long island

    5 hours ago

    11 Sets of Twins Start Kindergarten in New York School

    11 Sets of Twins Start Kindergarten in New York School

    Kindergarten teachers in one Long Island, New York, school district will have their work cut out for them this year trying to keep straight the names of the 11 sets of twins who are about to start school. One...

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  • Sep 3, 2015

    Labor Day Travel Is on the Rise

    Labor Day Travel Is on the Rise

    More Americans will take to the streets and skies this Labor Day weekend than last year, in a continuation of recent travel trends. According to the AAA Labor Day Holiday Travel Forecast, 35.5 million Americans...

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  • san diego

    24 minutes ago

    Woman Dies from Tainted Cucumber, Prompting 27-State Recall

    Woman Dies from Tainted Cucumber, Prompting 27-State Recall

    A San Diego-based produce company has recalled garden cucumbers believed to be the source of a Salmonella outbreak that killed one woman and sickened people in 27 states. The cucumbers were imported from Mexico...

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  • Willowbrook

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    'I Defeated Him': Victim of Brutal Attack Speaks Out to Help Others

    'I Defeated Him': Victim of Brutal Attack Speaks Out to Help Others

    The victim of a brutal attack in a Chicago suburb last weekend left the hospital Friday and said in an emotional statement about the arrest of her alleged attacker that she "won." "I defeated him," said Melissa...

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