The Dystopian Horror Of Housing Children In An Old Walmart

When the news broke last week that migrant children from Central America are being housed in an old Walmart in Brownsville, Texas, it was just the latest indication that the U.S. is fast turning into some kind of dystopian hellscape. Walmart has long been a symbol of...

Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood Have An ‘American Idol’ Reunion At 2018 Radio Disney Awards

Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Undewood attend the 2018 Radio Disney Music Awards at Loews Hollywood Hotel on June 22, 2018 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images) Once an "American Idol," always an "American Idol!"  Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood...

Cat Deeley Welcomes Second Child

Cat Deeley and husband Patrick Kielty are parents to their second baby boy. The "So You Think You Can Dance" host and Patrick are already mom and dad to Milo, who is 2. News of their second child's recent arrival (no date was announced) broke on Friday afternoon via...

Mass Deportations Only Fuel A Cycle Of Violence And Migration

Every day a stream of anxious passengers disembarks at San Pedro Sula airport, weary from the flight and weighed down by a lifetime’s worth of luggage. But these passengers are not coming to Honduras by choice: They have been deported, from either Mexico or the United...

The Latest: Prosecutor: Trial ends ‘long and dark chapter’

BOSTON –  The Latest on the guilty verdicts for Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme and his co-defendant Paul Weadick (all times local): 4:45 p.m. The top federal prosecutor for Massachusetts says the murder conviction of an 84-year-old former New England Mafia boss...

Business

Aging and Caffeine: What Older Adults Should Know

Scientists have debated caffeine’s health impacts for years. In the past, the medical community advised limiting caffeine intake because they believed it negatively impacted overall health. Then, research came along that seemed to indicate coffee consumption—drinking...

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PACIFIC ? How To Make Money in ‘New TV’

What's Next: The New Broadcast Wars: YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat are exploring new ways of letting content creators monetize their accounts, creating a new economy for every creative mind with a smartphone or computer. The platform that offers the most money and...

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This group is getting ahead in America

The American Dream remains alive for one particular group of folks. Hispanic-Americans are doing much better than their parents when it comes to income mobility. They are climbing up the economic ladder just slightly slower than their white peers, but much faster than...

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Drive DeVilbiss Launches New Website

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (June 21, 2018)—Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare announced it is preparing to launch a new, state-of-the-art website this summer. With input from customers, the new website is being designed to provide faster, more efficient 24/7 account access,...

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Michiko Kakutani on Her Essential New Book ‘The Death of Truth’

Forget Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury, forget Hillary Clinton’s and James Comey’s ridiculously self-serving memoirs. Former chief book critic for The New York Times Michiko Kakutani has written the first great book of the Trump administration. The Death of Truth: Notes...

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What Pot Legalization in Canada Means for the U.S.

With Donald Trump subverting America's global standing – feuding with allies, palling around with dictators, snatching toddlers from migrant mothers – Justin Trudeau just may be the leader of the Free World. Starting this week, the prime minister's youthful,...

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CMS Seeks Input on Stark Law

WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 20, 2018)—The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a Request for Information (RFI) seeking recommendations and input from the public on how to address any undue impact and burden of the physician self-referral law (also known as...

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New system connects your mind to a machine to help stop mistakes

How do you tell your robot not do something that could be catastrophic? You could give it a verbal or programmatic command or you could have it watch your brain for signs of distress and have it stop itself. That’s what researchers at MIT’s robotics research lab have...

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Entertainment

Roseanne Is Officially Being Rebooted Without Roseanne

ABC isn't letting go of Roseanne that easily. Just a few weeks week after ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey abruptly canceled the extremely popular Roseanne reboot due to Roseanne Barr's racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett, the network...

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Google adds a search feature to account settings to ease use

Google has announced a refresh of the Google Accounts user interface. The changes are intended to make it easier for users to navigate settings and review data the company has associated with an account — including information relating to devices, payment methods,...

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U.S.

Court affirms immigration fraud conviction of Rwandan man

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa –  A court has affirmed the immigration fraud conviction of a Rwandan man who lied to gain entry into the U.S. and was living in Cedar Rapids. The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday affirmed the conviction of 57-year-old Ken Ngombwa, who was...

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Ex-priest who abused child allowed access to Chicago schools

CHICAGO –  Chicago Public Schools correspondence provided to The Associated Press shows that the nation's third largest school district gave a former Roman Catholic priest access to its schools for months despite knowing he was forced to leave the priesthood for...

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Ex-North Carolina governor barks at successor over sculpture

CHARLOTTE, N.C. –  Former North Carolina Republican Gov. Pat McCrory has a bone to pick with his successor over a dog sculpture. The Charlotte Observer reports McCrory blames Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper for the removal of a metal sculpture of his dog, Moe, from the...

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World

After lineup photographed, England urges media to help team

MOSCOW –  A photo of a scribbled team lineup, spotted in the hands of an assistant coach, threatens to sour the unusually cordial World Cup relations between the England team and its traveling media pack. Four years after the team leadership banned reporters for...

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The Latest: Chart shows Turkish candidates’ unequal coverage

ISTANBUL –  The Latest on the Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections (all times local): 6 p.m. An opposition member of Turkey's media watchdog has published a chart showing unequal airtimes on the state broadcaster for presidential and parliamentary...

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Hungry rat found dead after eating its way through an ATM

It turns out that pizza isn’t the only food rats have a taste for. Indian bank officials inspecting a broken-down ATM earlier this month discovered around 1.3million rupees ($18,500) in chewed-up currency – and a dead rodent. “The ATM was out of order for a few days...

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Many Brazilians look to military amid anger at politicians

RIO DE JANEIRO –  Furious at corrupt politicians and fearful of deteriorating security, many Brazilians are calling for a military intervention to clean house of crooked leaders and crack down on heavily armed drug gangs. While chances of a military takeover in Latin...

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