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Former NFL TE Henry dies of leukemia at 24

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Jun 30,2017
Sports

Former NFL TE Henry dies of leukemia at 24 …read more Source::

NYPD: Several people shot at Bronx hospital

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Jun 30,2017
National News

By USA TODAY The New York City Police Department said it is responding to reports of multiple people shot at Bronx Lebanon Hospital. …read more Source::

Best Tech Deals of Today: Get the LG V20 Unlocked Smartphone for $370

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Jun 30,2017
National News

Finding good deals isn’t always easy, so we’re hand-picking the best online tech deals for you. Whether you’re looking to save money on a new 4K HDTV or tablet, you’ve come to the right place. …read more Source::

Asteroid Day: Monitoring the skies for the next strike

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Jun 30,2017
National News

Friday is International Asteroid Day. A 24-hour live broadcast will include everything you’ve ever wanted to know about these rocky bits of space debris, the threats they may pose to Earth and what we can gain from studying them. …read more Source::

Thailand: Home to some of world’s biggest crocodile farms

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Jun 30,2017
Offbeat

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand is home to some of the world’s biggest crocodile farms, where tourists can see the giant reptiles lounging in the hot sun, chomping on chicken, or swarming in emerald… …read more Source::

Butler expecting to win, invites his critics to call

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Jun 29,2017
Sports

Butler expecting to win, invites his critics to call …read more Source::

Capitol Police ask for more funding to protect members of Congress and visitors

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Jun 29,2017
National News

By USA TODAY Agency says members of Congress need more security in wake of June shooting at a baseball practice. …read more Source::

Snake bites in US are on the rise

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Jun 29,2017
National News

Meg Trammell, age 11, had just eaten supper after her first day of school at Advent Episcopal School in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. …read more Source::

Through darkness to light: Photographs along the Underground Railroad

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Jun 29,2017
National News

Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad,” a traveling exhibition by photographer Jeanine Michna-Bales presents a remarkable series of images taken in the dead of night that reveal historical sites, cities and places that freedom-seekers passed through, including homes of abolitionists who offered them sanctuary. …read more Source::

Japanese central banker praises Hitler’s economic policies

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Jun 29,2017
Offbeat

TOKYO (Reuters) – A Bank of Japan policymaker praised Adolf Hitler’s economic policies on Thursday, but said they enabled the Nazi dictator to do “horrible” things to the world. …read more Source::