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4 days ago

Rampage ended when ‘hero’ teacher confronted gunman [VIDEO]

Teacher Megan Silberberger is getting a lot of credit for intervening during the school shooting in Marysville, Washington, on Friday.


4 days ago

Man shot and killed by police at Sonic restaurant was wanted for sex crimes

Fayetteville police say the man shot and killed Friday at a Sonic restaurant was 38-year-old Brian Burch, of Durham.


4 days ago

Sanford man wins $1M in lottery game

A Sanford man plans to use the $1 million prize he won after playing the $1,000,000 Jackpot game to bay bills and save for his son’s education.


4 days ago

Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine Started Their Own College

Last year, the pair announced a $70 million donation to the University of Southern California. The money was used to found a four-year bachelor’s degree that would prepare students for a rapidly changing music industry. The program’s name: the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology, and the Business of Innovation.The school […]


4 days ago

Drake Explodes in Anger and Hurls Thousands in Cash [VIDEO]

Drake threw a whole lot of cash away Sunday … but he wasn’t making it rain…. Some people inside the club claimed they saw someone punch a member of Drake’s crew … which could have triggered his temper.


6 days ago

15 Pics Beyonce Doesn’t Want You To See «

15 Pics Beyonce’s PR Team Doesn’t Want You To See A while ago we showed you some pictures Beyonce doesn’t want you to see, after her team requested that a few Super Bowl performance pics got pulled…

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6 days ago

Ebola-free nurse Nina Pham visits President Obama after being cleared of deadly virus – NY Daily News

Nina Pham, the 26-year-old nurse who contracted Ebola treating a sick Dallas patient, is virus free, according to the National Institutes of Health. She met the president in the Oval Office Friday.

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6 days ago

New York City ‘disease detectives’ hunting all contacts of Ebola-infected doctor Craig Spencer – NY Daily News

City “disease detectives” probing New York’s first Ebola case retraced his every step and tracked down his contacts Friday as the ailing doctor stayed in isolation.

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