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Jan 25

Two dead, two critical after shooting near Penn State

kali9/iStock(STATE COLLEGE, Pa.) — Two people are dead and two others were last reported in critical condition after a shooting near Penn State University. The shooter killed a woman and injured two others at the P.J. Harrigan’s restaurant inside the Ramada Hotel about two miles from campus before fleeing the scene, according to State College …

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Jan 24

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lavendertime/iStock(MIAMI) — A family vacationing in Miami said they were booted from an American Airlines flight this week due to complaints about their odor. Yossi and Jennie Adler said they were forced off a flight from Miami to Detroit on Wednesday because passengers said they smelled bad. The couple, along with their 1-year-old daughter, said …

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Jan 24

Family kicked off American Airline flight due to complaints about their body odor

lavendertime/iStock(MIAMI) — A family vacationing in Miami said they were booted from an American Airlines flight this week due to complaints about their odor. Yossi and Jennie Adler said they were forced off a flight from Miami to Detroit on Wednesday because passengers said they smelled bad. The couple, along with their 1-year-old daughter, said …

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Jan 24

Chanel makes a strong case for wearing a sequined swimsuit to your summer wedding

Victor VIRGILE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — If you are having a summer wedding, and can’t fathom the thought of wearing a big ball gown, Chanel just debuted a dazzling sequin swimsuit look that might be right up your alley. During Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week 2019, Chanel closed its Spring-Summer show with a breathtaking …

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Jan 24

After Maduro warning, US pulls non-emergency staff, families from embassy in Venezuela

Ruskpp/iStock(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. is withdrawing nonemergency personnel and families from the embassy in Venezuela, just two days after President Nicolás Maduro ordered all American diplomats to leave in 72 hours. The Trump administration had said it would not abide by Maduro’s “meaningless” order, calling him the “former” president after recognizing opposition leader Juan Guaidó …

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Jan 24

Florida Secretary of State Michael Ertel resigns after blackface images emerge

traveler1116/iStock(TALLAHASSEE) — The newly-appointed Florida secretary of state has resigned after photos showing him dressed in blackface more than a decade ago have emerged. Michael Ertel, who was appointed late last month by Gov. Ron DeSantis, submitted his resignation “effective immediately,” according to an email he sent to Florida Director of Executive Staff Diane Moulton …

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Jan 24

Here’s how Venezuela reached its breaking point

Bene_A/iStock(WASHINGTON) — A day after the Trump administration formally recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country’s’s interim president, triggering a standoff with President Nicolas Maduro over the status of U.S. diplomats in the country, Venezuelans are apprehensive about what comes next. Andreina Fermin, 37, has lived in Caracas for 12 years, but she …

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Jan 24

5 women gunned down in Florida bank in apparent ‘random act’: Police

Joe Raedle/Getty Images(SEBRING, Fla.) — Five people — all women — were gunned down inside a Florida bank in an apparent “random” mass shooting, police said Thursday. Authorities raced to the SunTrust Bank in Sebring, Florida, on Wednesday afternoon after 21-year-old Zephan Xaver allegedly killed all five people inside the bank, then called 911, telling …

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Jan 24

First Valentine’s Day without Sweethearts in 153 years leaves candy lovers speechless

bhofack2/iStock(NEW YORK) — Roses are red, violets are blue, Sweethearts are gone, what will we do?! People are saying “C YA L8er” to the classic Valentine’s Day candy for the first time in the 153 years since it began production in 1866. Fans will have to find a replacement candy for the box of chalky, …

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Jan 24

Gen. Colin Powell shares roadside good deed encounter on Facebook

Daniel Zuchnik/WireImage(WASHINGTON) — Retired four-star Gen. Colin L. Powell took to Facebook and called on the nation to “take care of each other” after a roadside encounter with one former Afghanistan civilian employee. Powell was driving down Interstate 495 on his way the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center when his left front tire blew …

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