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Metal found in Johnsonville Grillers

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Metal found in Johnsonville Grillers
Almost 90,000 pounds of frozen pork sausage patties are being recalled because consumers found small pieces of metal in the meat, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said Thursday.

Manhunt for Fox Lake Suspects Could Dampen Holiday Weekend

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Manhunt for Fox Lake Suspects Could Dampen Holiday Weekend
The popular recreation area faces heavy police presence ahead of holiday weekend
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Democratic Support Piles Up for Iran Nuclear Deal in Senate

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Democratic Support Piles Up for Iran Nuclear Deal in Senate
Just four short of the 41 votes needed to avoid Obama's use of veto power
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The U.N.’s Original Refugees

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The U.N.’s Original Refugees
The situation in Europe has made it clear how much the definition of "refugee" matters
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The story behind the front page death of a Syrian boy

Aylan Kurdi was three years old when he lost his life crossing the Mediterranean Sea to Europe

Migrants' hopes dashed as police intervene in journey

Migrants boarded a train in Hungary Thursday with hopes of arriving in Germany

Syrian boy becomes the face of Europe's migrant crisis

Three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, his five-year-old brother and their mother drowned in a desperate attempt to find a better life in Europe

Guatemalan VP sworn in as president resigns amid scandal

Both politicians were embroiled in a corruption probe of fiscal fraud just before national elections

Young nurse adopts newborn: "He had no one else"

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In the midst of the Ebola epidemic, a dying mother and her baby crossed paths with a nurse who couldn't forget them

Presidential Candidate Tax Plans Coming In Slow

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Presidential Candidate Tax Plans Coming In Slow
Tax Foundation has organized the tax proposals of Presidential candidates. Not a lot there yet, but stay tuned.

Why Rutgers Can Punish Players For Assault While The NFL Cannot Against Game-Tampering Deflaters

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Why Rutgers Can Punish Players For Assault While The NFL Cannot Against Game-Tampering Deflaters
When you first heard that Rutgers suspended 5 players for assault and home invasion 2 days before its first game of the football season, I ... more

IFA 2015: 6 lessons learned from day two in Berlin

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Today was all about Samsung – and they definitely impressed.

Southwest Reaches Contract With Pilots Pending Ratification

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Southwest says it has negotiated new contract with union; pilots would need to ratify it

Scientists tweet adorable animal pics in #CuteOff

Science Twitter strikes again with photos of the miniature, fuzzy, big-eyed and just plain cute

Every Seabird On Planet Earth Could Soon Be Eating Plastic

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Every Seabird On Planet Earth Could Soon Be Eating Plastic
If pollution continues, almost all seabirds will be ingesting plastic by 2050.

Samsung Gear S2 offers sleek design, battery life

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The latest competitor to the Apple Watch is unveiled at Europe's biggest tech show

Nexus 6

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Nexus 6

Does Google Still Need A Nexus Smartphone?

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Does Google Still Need A Nexus Smartphone?
With the consensus building that Google will reveal its latest Nexus smartphones on September 29th, does the Android ecosystem still need Google's own handsets going ... more

Eoin Morgan: Australia the best and England are still a long way off

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Eoin Morgan: Australia the best and England are still a long way off
• England captain says defeat in first ODI part of learning curve• Jason Roy and Adil Rashid praised for performances by MorganEoin Morgan admitted his ... more

Andy Murray recovers from two sets down to beat Adrian Mannarino in US Open

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Andy Murray recovers from two sets down to beat Adrian Mannarino in US Open
• Briton wins 5-7, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-1• Murray will face Thomaz Bellucci in the third roundWhen Andy Murray’s surge of eye-catching form deserted him ... more

Column: Wait, Goodell Got It Wrong Again? Roger That!

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Commissioner who hung his hat on 'discipline' now 0-for-his-past-5 disciplinary decisions

Huddersfield beat Castleford to stay on course for Super League semi-finals

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Huddersfield beat Castleford to stay on course for Super League semi-finals
• Huddersfield Giants 40-26 Castleford Tigers• Jermaine McGillvary scores two tries to stake England claimAs well as heralding the start of autumn and the unmistakable ... more

Kings' Slava Voynov goes from jail to immigration custody in domestic violence case

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Slava Voynov was taken into custody Wednesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, throwing the NHL future of the young Kings defenseman into question.

'Chloe and Theo' traps a vital message in cheesy performances

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Global warming gets personal in "Chloe and Theo," an environmentally oriented Dakota Johnson project that trends more toward public service announcement or after-school special than ... more

California cuisine queen Alice Waters to be awarded National Humanities Medal

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Alice Waters, the Berkeley restaurateur known to some as the godmother of California cuisine, will be awarded a National Humanities Medal by President Obama, the ... more

Orange Lutheran at Crespi, Servite at Bishop Amat are top Friday games

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Friday's top high school football games

'Break Point' scores with upbeat charm on and off the court

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The affable, shaggy-dog tennis comedy "Break Point" is bristly and charming, just like its star and producer, Jeremy Sisto, who plays the affable shaggy-dog Jimmy ... more

Mike Scioscia says Angels' focus is on the process

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Mike Scioscia says he doesn't look at the standings much during the regular season. Apparently he doesn't look at the schedule much either.

Photo: See Karlie Kloss on her first day at NYU

Even supermodels get the jitters on their first day of school

Keith Richards: Rap music is for "tone-deaf people"

The rocker had a lot to say about the state of music in a new interview with the New York Daily News

Anne Hathaway says she's losing parts to 24-year-olds

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The actress says she's finally over the hill for Hollywood

Rob Kardashian is 'doing very well' with his weight loss

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Rob Kardashian is 'doing very well' with his weight loss
The sock designer, who has retreated from the public eye over the last few years because of his unhappiness with his size, is working hard ... more

EastEnders' Shirley loses it and threatens to set fire to Aunt Babe's caravan

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EastEnders’ Shirley Carter is on a mission and nothing’s going to stop her. Not even Aunt Babe.

Hundreds miss class as illness sweeps through schools

A gastrointestinal outbreak has hit several North Carolina schools, prompting many students and teachers to stay home

More kids getting diagnosed with ADHD at young ages

The number of children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has been growing, raising new concerns

Young nurse adopts newborn: "He had no one else"

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In the midst of the Ebola epidemic, a dying mother and her baby crossed paths with a nurse who couldn't forget them

Paralyzed teen makes "superstar" recovery

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A New York teen paralyzed in a swimming accident last spring is walking again after making an amazing recovery

Kickstarter fund intended to raise $20K for popular new jacket gets $9M

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Kickstarter fund intended to raise $20K for popular new jacket gets $9M
Doug G. WareSAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 3 (UPI) -- A crowdfunding campaign established to help a clothier produce a popular 15-feature "travel jacket" only asked for ... more