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Ferguson Grand Jury Makes Decision in Michael Brown Shooting
Officials will announce whether or not Officer Darren Wilson will be indicted.
President Says, 'I Don't Rule Anything Out' When It Comes to Drones in Iraq
You can. Northern Iraq overrun the army taking off their uniforms and conceding defeat. To al-Qaeda affiliated militants the Iraqi Government now asking for assistance as the insurgents. March towards Baghdad right now the international hot Iraq. Look what I'm New York the group known as the
Critics Cry Foul Over Judge's Decision to Change Baby Messiah's Name
A Tennessee judge who ruled that a baby could not be named Messiah has declined to explain her decision, but critics of her ruling have plenty to say. What started as a parent's request to establish paternity and change the little boy's last name turned into something entirely different after Child
Illinois Man Leaves Estate to Two Actors He Never Met
Ray Fulk of Illinois Had No Family, Willed More than $1 Million to Two Actors
Tennessee Boy Dies in Cherokee Lake Electrocution
Folks on weren't expecting electrocution and to take place this fourth of July. Grainger county sheriff Scott Wales says two young boys were swimming from one house boat to another when they were electrocuted. We believe it somehow or another of electricity. At this point got into the middle of the
Baboons Can Recognize Words (But Won't Read My Blog)
If I were learning to read for the first time there are a few four-letter words I’d be especially interested in understanding, so I suppose it makes sense that scientists studying baboons’ reading capabilities would start there. Researchers in France discovered our hairy genetic cousins...
Zimmerman Defended by Friend, Lawyer for Shooting
Craig Sonner and Joe Oliver discuss George Zimmerman's shooting of unarmed teen.
Meth Labs Multiply as Cleanup Dollars Shrink
Last year, Sheriff Joe Guy's department busted 161 meth labs in McMinn County in eastern Tennessee -- at an average cost to the federal government of $3,250 per lab. This year, he's expecting at least as many labs as in 2010, but there's no federal cleanup money this time around. Just as it's
The Survivors: Part 1
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Health Highlights: Sept. 30, 2009
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay: Swine Flu-Related School Closings Could Cost $47 Billion: Report It would cost between $10 billion and $47 billion to close U.S. schools and day-care centers because of swine flu, according to a new