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  • North Dakota Police Officer Shot in Standoff With Man

    A police officer has life-threatening injuries after being shot during a standoff in North Dakota, police said. Law enforcement officials responded to a domestic dispute in North Fargo, where a suspect was barricaded inside a home and had been firing shots at officers who responded to the scene. …

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  • Evaluating Which Touchscreen Gloves Perform the Best

    Regular gloves don’t work with touchscreen devices -– such as smartphones phones and tablets –- because the fabric blocks the charge from your finger, which activates your phone. Nick Guy from Wirecutter.com, a website that advises on best gadgets, evaluated 12 pairs of touchscreen gloves to find…

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  • Oregon Occupiers Will Turn Themselves in to FBI Thursday

    Armed occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon have said they will turn themselves in Thursday morning, ending a more than month-long standoff. When the FBI tried to approach the driver, he sped back, they said. The FBI said that it had secured barricades both in front of and…

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  • Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Battered by Storm Arrives Back in New Jersey

    The Royal Caribbean cruise ship that was rocked by stormy weather arrived back in New Jersey Wednesday night, where it is expected to be inspected by the Coast Guard. The Anthem of the Seas arrived in Bayonne, New Jersey around 9 p.m. The ship, which left from the same port on Saturday and was…

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  • Bernie Sanders Believes Bill Clinton Has Hit Below the Belt

    Sen. Bernie Sanders believes Bill Clinton’s attacks on him have been inaccurate, he told ABC News today. Sanders also pointed out that he has defended Hillary Clinton “against some unfair attacks” in the past, “but I felt that President Clinton said things that were just not accurate and I hope we…

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  • Ferguson Sued by Justice Department Over Alleged ‘Racial Bias’ in Policing

    "The residents of Ferguson have waited nearly a year for their city to adopt an agreement that would protect their rights and keep them safe," Lynch said. "They have waited nearly a year for their police department to accept rules that would ensure their constitutional rights ... They have waited…

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  • Parents Accuse Doctor of Performing Oral Surgery on Newborn by Mistake

    Nate Harper was born on Dec. 16 at University Medical Center in Lebanon, Tennessee, Nate's mother Jennifer Melton said. A day after his birth, he was taken away by a nurse for a routine physical, Melton said, but when a nurse brought him back she started discussing a procedure called a…

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  • 7 Not-So-Typical Valentine's Day Ideas

    With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, people will be scrambling for last-minute reservations and heading to convenience stores to get one of the few remaining boxes of chocolate that are still lying on the shelves. But, for others, Valentine’s Day means dates spent in cemeteries or naming…

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  • NTSB Considering Investigation Into Royal Caribbean Cruise's Weather Troubles

    The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board is considering a possible investigation into events surrounding the storm that rocked a cruise ship off the Carolina coast and forced it to turn around. Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Anthem of the Seas left New Jersey Saturday headed for a week-long trip to…

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  • Chris Christie Formally Suspends Presidential Campaign

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie formally suspended his presidential campaign today. "I leave the race without an ounce of regret," the New Jersey governor wrote in a Facebook post announcing the news. The decision comes a day after the New Jersey governor came in a disappointing 6th place in New…

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  • Hundreds of Manatees Huddle Together in Florida Spring to Escape Winter Cold

    Hundreds of manatees have gathered together in a Florida spring to escape the winter chill, drawing scores of visitors. While there are believed to be more than 1,000 manatees currently gathered in Kings Bay, the headwaters of the Crystal River in Florida, most of the animals are crowded together…

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  • 16-Month-Old Boy Befuddled by Sight of Dad's Twin

    Stephen Ratpojanakul and Michael Ratpojanakul are 31-year-old twins who look so much alike that even Stephen’s 16-month-old son has trouble telling them apart. Stephen and his wife, Carroll, left their toddler son, Reed, with Michael and his wife, Caryn, in their New York City apartment last week…

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  • Will Smith Says It's 'Terrifying' to Raise Kids Who Aren't Afraid to Express Themselves

    Will Smith admits it isn't easy raising children who are free to express themselves. Smith got more serious when A.Dot followed up with a question about how the dad handles jokes about his son Jaden, 17, modeling women's clothes for Louis Vuitton. "There's a really powerful internal quality as an…

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  • Leonardo DiCaprio Is the Reason This Star Will Attend the Oscars

    Kate Winslet said she will be at the Oscars this year because she hopes to see her "closest friend" Leonardo DiCaprio finally win. Winslet and DiCaprio, who is nominated for his role in "The Revenant," appeared together in the 1997 movie "Titanic." Although he's been nominated for an Oscar six…

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  • Artificial Intelligence Now Qualifies as Car Driver

    Federal vehicle safety agencies have routinely worked with private companies to pave the road for autonomous vehicles. So U.S. officials will now allow the artificial intelligence system responsible for piloting self-driving cars to be considered the driver, according to a letter dated from last…

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  • How the Infamous Ford Bronco Chase Was Recreated for New O.J. Simpson Show

    The executive producer of "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" revealed that it took him more than a year to convince officials to allow him to close a highway in order to film Simpson's infamous Ford Bronco chase with the LAPD.

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