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Manhole cover crashes into windshield, killing Boston driver

Massachusetts State Police say a manhole cover crashed through a vehicle's windshield on a major Boston highway during the morning commute, killing the driver

Hospital in forcible removal case cited for deficiencies

A hospital where a woman died after being forcibly removed has been cited for 10 deficiencies in a report issued by Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration

Barry Manilow Rushed To LA Due To Complications After Oral Surgery

After a show in Tennessee, Barry Manilow was rushed to Los Angeles because of complications from an emergency oral surgery earlier in the week.

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Trump's plan for Kim Jong-un

Donald Trump was asked by hosts on CBS This Morning what his plan was for Kim Jong-un. His response was both vague and concerning. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Missing Canadian Man Remembers His Identity After 30 Years

A Canadian man who was missing for almost 30 years has been found after remembering his identity, which he forgot when he suffered a head injury.

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Visa buys nearly 10 pct stake in Dorsey's company, Square

Visa purchases nearly 10 percent stake in Dorsey's mobile payment company Square, making it a major shareholder

No classes at Pennsylvania college as 185 students sickened

Classes and weekend activities have been canceled at Ursinus College in eastern Pennsylvania as the school deals with a mystery illness that has sickened 185 students

US stocks open higher as oil rebounds, banks rise

A rebound in bank shares and energy companies lifts US shares after 5 straight down days

Why Did Democrat Richard Dreyfuss Go To A Ted Cruz Rally?

Actor Richard Dreyfuss, an outspoken Democrat, explained why he attended a Ted Cruz rally after he received some backlash.

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The Latest: Kasich takes to the airwaves in South Carolina

John Kasich's campaign is up on the airwaves in South Carolina with two television ads displaying different sides of the Ohio governor

The Latest: Army advances on final supply route to Aleppo

Hezbollah's TV channel says Syrian government forces are in position to target the final supply route to the rebel-held eastern districts of Aleppo, after troops recaptured several strategic hills in the city's northern countryside

Georgia officer gunned down: Flowers, lit candles, mourning

Suburban Atlanta police department mourns death of an officer gunned down in a law enforcement operation

Storm that shortened cruise had damaged propulsion system

Coast Guard: Intense winter storm that battered cruise ship damaged part of the ship's propulsion system

Police Kill Suspect After Machete Attack At Ohio Restaurant

According to authorities, a man walked into the Nazareth Mediterranean restaurant and deli in Columbus, Ohio and started attacking people inside.

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Town building public beer fountain

A town in Slovenia is deciding to invest $400,000 to create a public beer fountain. The hope is that tourists will come and check it out and drink their local beers. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.

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World Powers Try To Work Out Pause In Syrian Fighting

The U.S. and Russia are among the world powers attempting to negotiate a cease-fire in the Syrian civil war. They're hoping for a deal soon.

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Uber to pay $28.5M to settle safety ad lawsuits

Uber says it will pay $28.5 million to settle two lawsuits that said the ride-hailing firm misled customers about its safety procedures and fees

WHO: possible Zika vaccines months away from broad trials

The World Health Organization says possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials

Court: Facebook can be sued in France in nude painting case

Facebook has lost a crucial legal battle as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th century nude painting

The Numbers Behind Sanders' Claim About African Americans And Weed

The Democratic candidate says black people are four times more likely to be arrested than white people, even though drug use rates are comparable.

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APNewsBreak: EU is poised to restrict passport-free travel

Documents seen by The Associated Press show that EU countries are poised to restrict passport-free travel by invoking an emergency rule to impose controls at several borders for two more years because of the migration crisis

Massive New Jersey warehouse fire burning out of control

Massive warehouse fire in central New Jersey burning out of control for more than half a day

Small plane crashes off Florida Panhandle; search underway

Official say a small plane crashed off the coast of Destin on the Florida Panhandle, and a search is underway

Here's What Bernie Sanders Has Said About Challenging Obama

Despite supporting President Obama on key issues, Sanders has been more outspoken against the president than many in the party he caucuses with.

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Scientist announce gravitational waves, hailed greatest discovery of the decade

Anytime a scientific discovery is called the greatest of the decade, it's a big deal. Scientists from the group known as LIGO are saying they've found proof of Gravitational Waves, something Einstein predicted 100 years ago but never thought would be detected. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Why Are Elephants Wandering Into Indian Towns?

Asian elephants are normally considered docile, but when they wander into towns looking for food, they can become confused and extremely aggressive.

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