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|A Tennessee police officer was shot and killed during a traffic stop in Memphis on Saturday, officials said|
|Seattle CEO who set firm's minimum wage to $70G says he has hit hard times|
|The Seattle CEO who reaped a publicity bonanza when he boosted the salaries of his employees to a minimum of $70,000 a year has fallen on hard times following the decision.|
|Woman wakes from hysterectomy to find front teeth missing|
|A woman in the UK who underwent a hysterectomy said she woke from surgery to find her doctor had removed two of her front teeth.|
|GOP’s Kasich, Perry battle for final spot in first GOP presidential debate|
|Presidential candidate and GOP Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Sunday defended his support of Medicaid under ObamaCare, arguing the decision was “morally” right.|
|Obama set to announce steeper emissions cuts from US power plants|
|President Barack Obama will impose steeper cuts on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants across the country than previously expected, senior administration officials said Sunday, in what the president called the most significant step the U.S. has ever taken to fight global warming.|
|5 rules to avoid the No.1 scam in America|
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|Brown vs. Houston family feud is just beginning, Bobby's sister vows|
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|Charlize Theron adopts second child, a baby girl|
|Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron has adopted an African-American girl, TMZ reported.|
|Confederate flag supporters rally in Georgia|
|Hundreds of Confederate battle flags were waving in a Stone Mountain, Ga., parking lot on Saturday, at a rally in support of the controversial symbol.|
|Windows 10 review: The two-minute version|
|Microsoft’s latest iteration of its 30-year-old Windows operating system has arrived. And with it, a flood of positive, albeit prolix, reviews. So, here’s the two-minute version from Brooke Crothers that touches on the most important changes and saves you from wading through 5,000 words.|
|Ted Nugent Weighs In On Cecil The Lion Story|
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|While we’re all for eating healthy and counting calories, sometimes nothing satisfies our cravings like some crispy-fried wings served with homestyle sides such as waffles and mashed potatoes.|
|Texas Attorney General indicted for felony securities fraud, prosecutor says|
|A grand jury has indicted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on felony securities fraud charges that accuse the Republican of misleading investors before he became the state’s top law enforcement officer, a special prosecutor said on Saturday.|
|Billionaires bankrolling 2016 campaign to unprecedented degree|
|Billionaires are bankrolling the early days of the 2016 presidential campaign to an unprecedented degree, with at least 40 of the wealthiest Americans plowing $60 million into super PACs aligned with the top tier of candidates.|
|GOP candidates jockey for position in final debate dash|
|Less than a week before a bushel of 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls square off for the first time in two Fox News debates, billionaire businessman Donald Trump is holding firm to his primary lead -- while his lower-polling rivals battle for visibility in hopes of making the cut for the prime-time stage.|
|5 secrets from one man’s 30-pound weight loss success|
|A year ago, Jonathan Montgomery, a 37-year-old firefighter with the Hillsborough County Florida Fire Rescue, was overworked, overweight, and sluggish. “I was strong, but slow and fat,” he said.|
|Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport ticketing area temporarily evacuated after bag tests positive for explosives|
|Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport reopened Saturday after part of the airport had to be evacuated when an unattended bag tested positive for an explosive.|
|‘Game of Thrones’ ice wall may become permanent tourist attraction in Ireland|
|Calling all real life Starks, Lannisters and Targaryens.|
|How to unsend an email|
|Have you ever clicked "Send" on an email and regretted it a fraction of a second later?|
|Hitchhiking robot's cross-country trip in US ends prematurely in Philly|
|A hitchhiking robot that captured the hearts of fans worldwide met its demise in the U.S.|
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