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Florida health officials are warning beachgoers about a seawater bacterium that can invade cuts and scrapes and cause flesh-eating disease.
Bold rats romp in broad daylight on grass of elegant Louvre Garden in Paris, scaring tourists
A mother of four in Atlanta, Ga., is facing charges of reckless endangerment after she left her children in a car while shopping at a grocery store for 16 minutes.
AP PHOTOS: Oil fuels building boom in once desolate North Dakota oil patch
Teacher who helped save children's lives during Sandy Hook massacre has book deal
Oak Ridge National Lab cancels planned class to help employees reduce Southern accents
George Zimmerman, a former neighborhood watchman, is back on patrol.
Everyone knows Sarah McLachlan's iconic song "Angel," if not from her extensive catalog of classic hits, then from those really touching SPCA commercials where the singer lends her voice to stop animal cruelty. In a question and answer session penned on the Huffington Post, McLachlan reveals that the song is not written about or inspired by an animal, but by another musician.
Researchers are baffled by the giant hole.
Spoiler alert: The "Chasing the Sun" singer would be a terrible cubemate.
North Korea might not be the destination that comes to mind when kids think summer camp, but maybe it should be.
"Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin is about as famous and revered for his books as any celebrity in Hollywood today. But Martin told Clevver News that he misses toe old days from time to time, especially during big events like Comic-Con. "It's actually a little scary being a recognized person," he said about being at the event. "I've been coming to Comic-Con since 1987. In those days there were 5,000 people here and the hall was mostly guys with cardboard boxes of old comic books ... it's different now and I can't walk the floor anymore, which I actually miss."
Sheriff: 9-year-old Georgia girl who was struck by crashing plane on Florida beach has died
Parents sue Georgia school system in 2013 death of teen found dead inside a gym mat
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Following a June arrest for fighting his brother at his family's tanning salon, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino agreed to anger management in his simple assault case. The Associated Press reports that the former "Jersey Shore" star, 32, will take classes as part of a plea deal for the June 17 fight with his brother Frank, where he was taken into custody in Middletown, N.J., where he and his family own a Boca Tanning Salon.
US consumer confidence rises to 90.9 in July, strongest reading since October 2007
Shelling adds to mounting civilian toll in Ukraine, as 23 are killed by artillery over 2 days
Shell fired by militias hits another oil tank despite cease-fire in Libyan airport battle