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Wedding Crashers Just Want to Have Some Fun

4 hours ago   |   NY Times

Ah, the reception. Free food. Free drinks. What's not to love? Wait, says the couple: Who's that stranger eating our food and drinking our alcohol?
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South Sudan spends millions on cars, homes instead of peace

6 hours ago   |   National Post

JUBA, South Sudan - South Sudan's committee overseeing the fragile transition from civil war has approved almost $185 million in spending on vehicles, food and home renovations...
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Aid group: Migrants held in Libya suffer from malnutrition

8 hours ago   |   National Post

CAIRO - Dozens of migrants are suffering from malnutrition in a detention centre in Libya's capital, an international charity said Thursday. Doctors Without Borders said its...
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Afghan official: 3 explosions target Shiite shrine in Kabul

9 hours ago   |   National Post

KABUL - An Afghan official says three explosions have struck near a Shiite shrine and cemetery in western Kabul as people gathered there to mark the holiday of Nowruz, the...
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Cold weather causing increase in Wyoming wildlife deaths

11 hours ago   |   National Post

CASPER, Wyo. - Increasing numbers of wildlife deaths across parts of Wyoming have been attributed to cold weather and record snowfall. The Casper Star-Tribune reported Monday...
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Hawaii legislative committees reject plastics ban proposals

12 hours ago   |   Miami Herald

Two Hawaii legislative committees have rejected proposals that would have banned a variety of plastics used by the food service industry. The committees on Wednesday amended an...
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The Snacket: Help us to determine the ultimate snack food March Madness bracket-style

12 hours ago   |   CBS Sports

Vote in the first round of the Snacket and help decide the ultimate snack food
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'Chronoprints' identify samples by how they change over space and time

13 hours ago   |   Science Daily

Modern analytical tools like mass spectrometers can identify many unknown substances, allowing scientists to easily tell whether foods or medicines have been altered. However...
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National Ravioli Day has customers already missing Lucca's

13 hours ago   |   ABC

While National Ravioli Day is something to be celebrated with good food, some San Francisco patrons are stocking up on memories as an old favorite, Lucca's, gets ready to close.
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SideTrack: Daniel Boulud, Ming Tsai. and more

13 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

A PINCH OF SEASONING: Spring has officially sprung, and Bar Boulud believes this occasion calls for a feast. The restaurant, in collaboration with the Mandarin Oriental Boston...
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New Zealand bans all assault weapons immediately

New Zealand bans all assault weapons immediately

The ban includes assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and "military style semi-automatic rifles" like the weapons used in last Friday's attacks on two Christchurch mosques. Read more ...

‘Look at her, could she ever hurt anyone?' Coach defends US skater accused...

‘Look at her, could she ever hurt anyone?' Coach defends US skater accused of slashing rival

Renowned figure skating coach Rafael Arutyunyan has denied allegations that one of his charges, Mariah Bell, deliberately slashed South Korean rival Lim Eun-soo during an... Read more ...

Trump's hyped free speech order will ask colleges to do what they already...

Trump's hyped free speech order will ask colleges to do what they already have to

President Donald Trump on Thursday afternoon is set to sign his much-hyped executive order on campus free speech - which he has vowed will require colleges to "support free... Read more ...

Family seeks 'Disney-mad' nanny to dress as princesses for $53,000

Family seeks 'Disney-mad' nanny to dress as princesses for $53,000

Imagine getting paid $53,000 to babysit while dressed as a Disney princess. Read more ...

Boeing charged extra for safety features that may have prevented crashes

Boeing charged extra for safety features that may have prevented crashes

The crashed Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air jetliners lacked two safety features that could have helped avert the disasters because Boeing charged extra to have them installed... Read more ...

George W. Bush Posts Photo of a First

George W. Bush Posts Photo of a First

Since leaving the White House, George W. Bush has become a painter and a pal of a former first lady. On Wednesday, he posted a photo about a new accomplishment: notching his... Read more ...

Biogen is crashing after scrapping its late-stage Alzheimer's drug trials

Biogen is crashing after scrapping its late-stage Alzheimer's drug trials

Biogen and the Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai said Thursday they would discontinue late-stage Alzheimer's drug trials. Shares of Biogen crashed more than 25% in... Read more ...

Lawsuit: Harvard 'shamelessly' profits from photos of slaves

Lawsuit: Harvard 'shamelessly' profits from photos of slaves

A woman has sued Harvard University, claiming the school has "shamelessly" turned a profit from images of two 19th century slaves she says are her ancestors. Read more ...

Facebook used experimental audio tech to shut down videos that AI missed...

Facebook used experimental audio tech to shut down videos that AI missed after the New Zealand mosque massacres

Facebook has said it deployed experimental audio tech to support its AI in detecting and blocking copies of the New Zealand mosque shootings video. In a blog published on... Read more ...

March Madness live bracket: Full schedule, scores, how to watch 2019 NCAA...

March Madness live bracket: Full schedule, scores, how to watch 2019 NCAA Tournament games

Keep track of all the 2019 NCAA Tournament action with Sporting News' live bracket, including scores, updates and a full TV schedule for every game and every round throughout... Read more ...