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Did race and affluence factor into mental care of Sandy Hook shooter?

A report released by Connecticut officials suggests that the social status of Adam Lanza's parents may have added to neglect of his mental problems

Soyuz rocket streaks into orbit with three bound for station

A Russian Soyuz rocket successfully blasted off from Kazakhstan on Sunday carrying fresh crew members to the International Space Station

Pacquiao to Mayweather: Enough is enough, let's fight

Filipino boxing champ, fresh off his latest victory, calls out the undefeated "Money" machine to help stage richest fight in history

​Lindsey Graham: House Benghazi report "full of crap"

GOP senator says his Republican colleagues in the House "doing a lousy job policing their own" after report on wrongdoing in the 2012 terror attack

Buffalo ready for "phase two of this battle with Mother Nature"

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N.Y. Governor Cuomo says state is preparing for the worst as 7 feet of snow meets warmer weather and rain


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U.S. tells Iran to consider extending nuclear negotiations

The move marks the first formal recognition by Washington that a deal on Iran's nuclear program won't be reached by the midnight Monday deadline

Calleri double gives Boca win in Argentina

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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Jonathan Calleri scored twice as Boca Juniors defeated Independiente 3-1 on Sunday to remain in contention near the top of ... more

Dayton hangs on to beat Boston College, 65-53

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Dayton hangs on to beat Boston College, 65-53
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Jordan Sibert had 20 points and Dyshawn Pierre added 16 as Dayton held off Boston College 65-53 in the ... more

Clarke included in test squad pending fitness test

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BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — Michael Clarke has been selected to lead Australia in the first test against India despite concerns over back and hamstring injuries ... more

Capt. Wayne Brown relieved of duty as commander of warship in San Diego

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Capt. Wayne Brown relieved of duty as commander of warship in San Diego
Thor BensonSAN DIEGO, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Following allegations that Capt. Wayne Brown of the U.S. Navy was verbally abusive with crew members and inappropriate ... more

Durkin: Bears Were Simply Less Bad Than Bucs

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Durkin: Bears Were Simply Less Bad Than Bucs
It's still hard to feel that things are on the upswing for the now 5-6 Bears.

Teen Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injury Unfurls “Bear Down” Flag On Soldier Field Before Game

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Teen Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injury Unfurls “Bear Down” Flag On Soldier Field Before Game
He went from a coma to Soldier Field in six months. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports on a young man who got to participate in Sunday's ... more

Asia cheered by China, European stimulus

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Asia cheered by China, European stimulus
By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets followed the dollar higher on Monday as the prospect of further policy stimulus in China and ... more

With ‘Hunger Games’ Campaigns, Lionsgate Punches Above Its Weight

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With ‘Hunger Games’ Campaigns, Lionsgate Punches Above Its Weight
In its campaigns for the “Hunger Games” films, Lionsgate’s tiny marketing department has used mastery of social media and a culture of risk-taking to dazzle ... more

Emma: McCown, Smith Come Up Short Against Former Team

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Emma: McCown, Smith Come Up Short Against Former Team
Mere moments before kickoff at Soldier Field, the emotions finally set in for Josh McCown.

Soyuz takes off with three bound for space station

A Russian Soyuz rocket successfully blasted off from Kazakhstan on Sunday carrying fresh crew members to the International Space Station

Tech Trends Shaping The Future Of Medicine, Part 2

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Tech Trends Shaping The Future Of Medicine, Part 2
Enormous technological changes in medicine and healthcare are heading our way. These trends have a variety of stakeholders: patients, medical professionals, researchers, medical students, and ... more

Tech Trends Shaping The Future Of Medicine, Part 1

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Tech Trends Shaping The Future Of Medicine, Part 1
Enormous technological changes in medicine and healthcare are heading our way. These trends have a variety of stakeholders: patients, medical professionals, researchers, medical students, and ... more

Samsung Considering Shake-Up in Management

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Samsung Electronics is considering a leadership shake-up, including installing a new mobile chief, according to people familiar with the matter, to revive its fortunes after ... more

SUSE invests in software-defined storage

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SUSE invests in software-defined storage
SUSE, the enterprise Linux company, is working on its own storage solution using open-source Ceph: SUSE Storage.

Michael Clarke named in 12-man squad for first Test

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Michael Clarke named in 12-man squad for first Test
Injured captain will test hamstring in warm-up against India on FridayRyan Harris returns from injury and Josh Hazlewood also in the squadInjured captain Michael Clarke ... more

Revs Win 2-1 at Red Bulls in East Final 1st Leg

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Revolution win 2-1 at Red Bulls in first leg of East finals

Arsenal fan in sour grapes after wine thrown at Manchester United bench

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Arsenal fan in sour grapes after wine thrown at Manchester United bench
• Fan arrested at Emirates after wine splashed United staff• Arsenal will ban any individual found guilty of attack• Match report: Arsenal 1-2 Manchester UnitedAn ... more

George Ford: England errors against Samoa would be punished by Australia

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George Ford: England errors against Samoa would be punished by Australia
• Test against Wallabies could define pre-World Cup year• Stuart Lancaster unlikely to make extensive changes• Coach relieved after win• Match report: England 28-9 Samoa• ... more

Australia have scores to settle in final tour match against England

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Australia have scores to settle in final tour match against England
• Ireland fight back to claim deserved victory in Dublin• Wallabies coach admits shortcomings but looks to positives• Cheika: We’ve still got a lot of ... more

Fiesta Latina charts a pop future with Pitbull, Jesse y Joy and more

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Fiesta Latina charts a pop future with Pitbull, Jesse y Joy and more
Two kinds of artists played the first iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina on Saturday at the Forum, largely representing the dual interests of young Latino pop crowds ... more

Girls' basketball: Palisades tournament begins on Monday

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The Palisades tournament begins on Monday, and there figures to be some early clashes among top girls' basketball teams.

With ‘Hunger Games’ Campaigns, Lionsgate Punches Above Its Weight

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With ‘Hunger Games’ Campaigns, Lionsgate Punches Above Its Weight
In its campaigns for the “Hunger Games” films, Lionsgate’s tiny marketing department has used mastery of social media and a culture of risk-taking to dazzle ... more
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Dance Review: Jack Ferver and Ralph Lemon at the Fisher Center at Bard

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Dance Review: Jack Ferver and Ralph Lemon at the Fisher Center at Bard
“The House Is Open,” at the Bard College performing arts center, blurred the boundaries between dance and the visual arts.
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Critic’s Notebook: Dragon Age: Inquisition Evokes Interactive Storytelling

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Critic’s Notebook: Dragon Age: Inquisition Evokes Interactive Storytelling
Dragon Age: Inquisition shows that sophisticated storytelling in video games has become commonplace even as it remains the most experimental and contentious aspect of the ... more
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Video Shows Horse And Baboons As Close Friends

published Wed, Nov 12 2014 09:35 GMT
Video Shows Horse And Baboons As Close Friends
Christopher Pilny for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online “Two baboons and a horse” sounds like a sitcom on Animal Planet. But in the fields next ... more
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​"Mockingjay - Part 1" opens with $123M at box office

The latest "Hunger Games" installment starring had the biggest opening of the year

American Music Awards 2014 red carpet

Stars hit the red carpet for the annual fan-voted awards ceremony in Los Angeles

Durkin: Bears Were Simply Less Bad Than Bucs

published less than 1 hour ago
Durkin: Bears Were Simply Less Bad Than Bucs
It's still hard to feel that things are on the upswing for the now 5-6 Bears.

Teen Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injury Unfurls “Bear Down” Flag On Soldier Field Before Game

published less than 1 hour ago
Teen Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injury Unfurls “Bear Down” Flag On Soldier Field Before Game
He went from a coma to Soldier Field in six months. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports on a young man who got to participate in Sunday's ... more

Emma: McCown, Smith Come Up Short Against Former Team

published about 2 hours ago
Emma: McCown, Smith Come Up Short Against Former Team
Mere moments before kickoff at Soldier Field, the emotions finally set in for Josh McCown.

Affluence a factor into mental care of Adam Lanza?

A report released by Connecticut officials suggests that the social status of Adam Lanza's parents may have added to neglect of his mental problems

Capt. Wayne Brown relieved of duty as commander of warship in San Diego

published about 1 hour ago
Capt. Wayne Brown relieved of duty as commander of warship in San Diego
Thor BensonSAN DIEGO, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Following allegations that Capt. Wayne Brown of the U.S. Navy was verbally abusive with crew members and inappropriate ... more

The countryside village of Japan: A fading treasure

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The countryside village of Japan: A fading treasure
David CapraraKAWAKAMI, Japan, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Cities such as Tokyo and Osaka are becoming over-saturated with a steadily growing and progressively younger population, but ... more

Officials: Man blown up trying to lay explosives on Egyptian railway

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Officials: Man blown up trying to lay explosives on Egyptian railway
Fred LambertCAIRO, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Egyptian officials who discovered a charred body on a railway say the deceased was a man who accidentally blew ... more

More education leads to more stress, study says

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More education leads to more stress, study says
Thor BensonTORONTO, Nov. 23 (UPI) -- A new study from the University of Toronto claims more education gives people a sense of control but also ... more