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Teen dies in flooding on way home from prom

At 18, Alyssa Renee Ramirez's accomplishments read like a list of many teenagers' dreams: Homecoming queen. Student council president. Cheerleader. Star athlete.

Her storied high school career was nearing an end with one final rite of passage -- her…

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Daughters: B.B. King was 'poisoned'

Two of B.B. King's daughters are alleging that the blues legend was poisoned to death by his closest associates. But the coroner says preliminary autopsy results don't support that contention.

King's daughters, Patty King and Karen Williams, made the…

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Street artist sketches Tokyo on coffee cups

Mention coffee cup art to anyone nowadays and their eyelids begin to droop at the prospect of another Instagram picture of a barista's swirly latte foam creation.

But the work of Adrian Hogan, a self-employed illustrator based in Tokyo, should jolt…

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Charter set to announce Time Warner Cable acquisition

Time Warner Cable has a new potential buyer: Charter Communications.

Charter will announce a three-way proposal to buy Time Warner Cable and a smaller cable provider, Bright House Networks, on Tuesday, people close to the talks say.

The bid will…

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WWII vet writes poetry to describe combat experience

For more than half a century, Joe Bruni stayed silent about the "hellish day on the bloody sulfuric sands" that took his childhood friend at Iwo Jima.

"If Tom Brokaw called us the greatest generation, we were also the silent generation," Bruni says…

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Man stolen as baby reunited 41 years later

It was a hug kept on hold for more than 41 years. The hug of a mother and son whose lives were abruptly separated four decades ago.

Nelly Reyes had been waiting for hours in the international arrivals lounge at Arturo Merino Benitez International…

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The 6 most proven ways to quit smoking

For more than 50 years we've known that smoking can kill you.

It is still the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S. and yet 42.1 million people light up and new smokers start every day.

"Smoking is my best friend," Atlantan Barry Blackwell…

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Federer furious after boy's selfie attempt

From world leaders to celebrities of all degrees of fame, taking a selfie with fans has become an accepted part of life. But tennis great Roger Federer felt an unacceptable line was crossed Sunday when a spectator invaded center court at the French…

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Study ties Gulf oil spill to dolphin deaths

In a photo, a man holds a handwritten sign identifying a dead dolphin lying on a Louisiana beach. Researchers have snapped many such photos, trying to figure out what killed an unusually high number of the sea mammals in the wake of the 2010 Gulf…

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Monaco car collector profits from 'flipping' Ferraris

Pieter van Naeltwijck is no ordinary car collector. The Monaco millionaire makes his money in real estate, but brings in a little extra by buying and selling some of the newest, most exclusive cars on the planet.

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