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  • Heroin

    3 hours ago

    Heroin Deaths Quadruple Across U.S.: Report

    Heroin Deaths Quadruple Across U.S.: Report

    Health officials say the number of U.S. heroin users has grown by about 300,000 over a decade. Most of the increase was among whites, across income levels. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

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  • 11 minutes ago

    Subway Suspends Ties With Spokesman Jared Fogle

    Subway Suspends Ties With Spokesman Jared Fogle

    Subway announced Tuesday that it is suspending its relationship with spokesman Jared Fogle amid a search of his home Tuesday and a child pornography investigation into the former head of his nonprofit organizat...

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  • Museum of Science

    3 hours ago

    Teen Catches 'Golden Ratio' Math Error at Boston Museum

    Teen Catches 'Golden Ratio' Math Error at Boston Museum

    A 15-year-old high school student visiting Boston's Museum of Science has uncovered a math error in the golden ratio at a 34-year-old exhibit. Virginia resident Joseph Rosenfeld was visiting the museum on a...

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  • Lobster

    52 minutes ago

    Rare Split-Colored Lobster Caught off Maine Coast

    Rare Split-Colored Lobster Caught off Maine Coast

    A rare, two-toned lobster has been caught off the coast of Maine. It's part orange, part brown, and could be close to "one of a kind," according to some researchers. The rare catch was discovered in a tank at...

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  • mowing

    2 hours ago

    Man Hit by Car While Mowing Lawn: 'I Feel Like I Got Hit by the Whole Chargers Team'

    Man Hit by Car While Mowing Lawn: 'I Feel Like I Got Hit by the Whole Chargers Team'

    A Southern California man who was hit by a car while mowing his lawn compared the crash to being tackled by the whole San Diego Chargers team. Carlos Rodrigues, who shared his harrowing story exclusively with...

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  • 2 hours ago

    Duck Boat's Huge Blind Spots Led to Pedestrian's Death: Lawsuit

    Duck Boat's Huge Blind Spots Led to Pedestrian's Death: Lawsuit

    The large blind spots on a Ride the Ducks amphibious vehicle — and the combined with the lack of pedestrian crossing signals at a Philadelphia intersection — led to the tragic death of a Texas woman run over by...

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