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  • Burning Man: 30 Years in the Making

    “Well it began spontaneously, as a playful impulse,” Larry Harvey, one of those two friends, explained. This Sunday, an astonishing 70,000 music lovers will flock to Black Rock Desert, Nevada, for the latest incarnation of the festival. Burning Man’s cultural significance is such that it has its…

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  • Thanksgiving Travel: Buy Now or Pay, Pay, Pay

    The calendar may say August, but in the accelerated world of airfare, now is the time for autumn leaves, pumpkins and over-the-river-and-through-the-woods.It's just another way of saying Nov. 24 –- Thanksgiving -- is right around the corner and if you don't know this you'll pay, pay, pay.Of course,…

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  • Student With Down Syndrome Who Went Viral to Start College

    The student from Lansdale, Pennsylvania, looked into attending four schools and ultimately decided to attend ESU. "You might have to do a follow-up story to see how I am in a couple days," Grace's father, Tom, added.

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  • Hillary Clinton Receives 1st Classified Briefing as Democratic Nominee

    Hillary Clinton spent Saturday morning at an FBI facility near her New York home meeting with staffers from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence who briefed her on major threats and emerging concerns around the world. Clinton arrived at the office in White Plains, New York, which is…

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  • Colin Kaepernick Protests National Anthem Over Treatment of Minorities

    Kaepernick, who was making his return from injury Friday, maintains an active presence on social media and frequently retweets articles focused on the subject of police violence. Kaepernick, a five-year veteran, broke into the NFL in 2012, a year he led the 49ers to the Super Bowl.

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  • Alicia Vikander on Relationship With Michael Fassbender: 'It Was Very Easy to Unite'

    Hollywood hot couple Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender rarely talk about their two-year romance, but they're finally opening up, sharing why they prefer to keep mum about their love. Fassbender, 39, who is starring alongside his girlfriend in their new film "The Light Between Oceans," out…

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  • Drake Buys Rihanna a Billboard to Congratulate Her Ahead of MTV Video Music Awards

    What have we here: Is Aubrih a real thing?Rumors that Drake and Rihanna are dating again are now aflame after the rapper surprised the "Work" singer in over-the-top fashion -- he bought her a billboard. The billboard in Los Angeles reads: "Congratulations to Rihanna from Drake and Everyone at…

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  • See This, Skip That: Celebrate National Park Service's Smallest Parks

    The National Park Service is celebrating! Aug. 25 marks its 100th birthday as the steward of millions of acres of gorgeous American land. The National Park Service (NPS) manages 59 national parks today, with many of the biggest -- like Denali, with its six million acres, and Yellowstone, covering…

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  • Man Arrested, Charged With Murder of 2 Mississippi Nuns

    A man has been arrested in connection with the killing of two nuns in Mississippi this week, the state's Department of Public Safety announced late Friday in a statement. Rodney Earl Sanders, 46, of Kosciusko, Mississippi, has been charged with two counts of capital murder in connection with the…

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  • Police Video Shows Woman Hearing About Shooting Death of Her Ex, an FSU Law Professor

    The ex-wife of slain Florida State University law professor Dan Markel told Tallahassee police on the day of the shooting that she was in fear and worried that whoever shot Markel could be coming for her children next. Markel was killed on the morning of July 18, 2014. A prominent professor with…

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  • President Obama Broke Promise for Charity Donation, ISIS Hostage Family Says

    President Obama will make a financial contribution to a memorial foundation for slain ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller, the White House said today, but a spokesperson couldn’t explain why he hasn’t donated in the 17 months since her parents say he made a heartfelt pledge to them. But Earnest could not…

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  • What Donald Trump and His Campaign Have Said About Immigration This Week

    Donald Trump says he plans to discuss his immigration plan at length in a speech at some point next week, but that hasn’t stopped the Republican presidential nominee from teasing some of the possible changes he may adopt. In November, Trump first mentioned a “deportation force” to remove…

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  • Mom Dies Trying to Rescue 2-Year-Old Son Who Fell in Lake, Officials Say

    The tragic accident happened this past Tuesday, when the mom had been boating with her family at Lake Powell in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, according to a National Park Service (NPS) news release on the same day. At one point, the 2-year-old boy suddenly fell overboard, and his mother --…

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  • Mylan CEO Heather Bresch Defends EpiPen Pricing as 'Running a Business'

    CEO Heather Bresch has come under intense scrutiny in recent weeks over the soaring cost of the company’s popular epinephrine injector, which is used to help counteract life-threatening allergic reactions. But Bresch made no apologies for such pricing: “I am running a business,” she told The New…

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  • Jason Aldean Performs 'Lights Come On' on ‘GMA’ in 360-Degree Virtual Reality

    This morning Jason Aldean headlined the “GMA” Summer Concert Series live in Central Park with performances of “Lights Come On” and “A Little More Summertime” from his highly anticipated new album “They Don’t Know,” due out Sept. 9. “The guys from Florida Georgia Line, we were actually in the…

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  • 'Hands of Stone' Review: Robert De Niro 'Occasionally Upstages' Star Edgar Ramirez

    Roberto Duran, hands down, was one of the greatest boxers of all time. "Hands of Stone" is not that, but it’s not bad, either. The movie’s biggest problem is that it sometimes feels like a biopic of Duran’s trainer, Ray Arcel, played by Robert De Niro, in what I would consider one of his better…

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  • This Magical DMV Serves Cupcakes and Is Winning at Customer Service

    Raise your hand if you’ve ever had a horrendous DMV experience. Well, the customers at the Holly Springs DMV in North Carolina certainly can’t relate. When they walk in to their local DMV, rather than being told to take a number and forced to wait for hours in a dimly lit depressing lobby only to…

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