• A clue in Prince’s death could have big consequences
  • Communal violence deprive minorities of their sense of belonging: SC
  • Here’s Another Reason To Be Worried About Bottled Water
  • A Missouri Cop Allegedly Forced People In Drug Treatment To Work As Informants
  • 8 Dogs Who Love Going Above and Beyond Basic Fetch. Good Boys.
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A clue in Prince’s death could have big consequences

(CNN)In an important new clue, investigators probing Prince’s death have found that pills found at his compound at Paisley Park were mislabeled, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The newspaper cited a source who said the pills contained fentanyl — the drug that killed the performer — but were wrongly labeled as hydrocodone. The pills may have been mislabeled by a pharmaceutical manufacturer, or the pills may have been illegally…

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Communal violence deprive minorities of their sense of belonging: SC

Communal violence deprive minorities of their sense of belonging: SC

Religious minorities are “as much children of the soil as the majority” and nothing should be done by the majority community to deprive them of a sense of belonging, of a feeling of security, the Sup Read more: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/communal-violence-deprive-minorities-of-their-sense-of-belonging-sc/article8941209.ece?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=RSS_Syndication Recommended ProductsVideo Overplay Vault Ecomify-OTO1 Ultimate Tool to Create Amazon, Ali Express and Ebay Affiliate Stores and DropshippingEZ Popups – “Accelerator” Power Pack EZPopups is the ultimate traffic maximizer for smart…

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Here’s Another Reason To Be Worried About Bottled Water

The bottled water industry is in the midst of a banner year. Bottled water sales are set to outstrip soda sales in the U.S. for the first time since the Beverage Marketing Corporation began tracking the industry in the 1970s, according data the firm released earlier this month.  On one hand, this could be viewed as a public health victory, especially since industry leaders say rising health concerns linked with the consumption…

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A Missouri Cop Allegedly Forced People In Drug Treatment To Work As Informants

A high-profile Missouri narcotics enforcement officer routinely forced patients in a court-mandated drug treatment program to work as undercover informants or face severe legal consequences, a federal lawsuit filed earlier this month alleges. Kenneth Allen and Jan Allen are plaintiffs in the suit filed Aug. 1 in the U.S. District Court in St. Louis. They previously operated the Meramec Recovery Center, which served as the primary service provider for the…

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The Gordon Gekko period: Donald Trump’s lucrative and controversial time as an activist investor

New York (CNN)At the height of the US economic boom in the 1980s, there was one clear star of Wall Street: the corporate raider, high-flying takeover artists registering big headlines and even bigger paydays. Naturally, real estate magnate Donald Trump wanted in on the game. For Trump, his brief period as an activist investor of sorts was a lucrative turn in his career — at one point netting him more…

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The new birthers: Debunking the Hillary Clinton health conspiracy

(CNN)From Donald Trump and his top surrogates to the right-wing media and its engine rooms of outrage in the blogosphere, Hillary Clinton’s opponents are ramping up efforts to sow doubt over the candidate’s health. The campaign — which goes back years — has escalated to shouting over the summer, as Trump spiraled in the polls while mostly failing to connect with voters outside his base demographic. Now, as the race…

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These 27 Animals Know Exactly What Makes Them Beautiful. And They Flaunt It.

These 27 Animals Know Exactly What Makes Them Beautiful. And They Flaunt It.

If the animal kingdom had its own version of Facebook, these adorable animals would never have to worry about un-tagging any unflattering photos. The natural beauties were clearly born to be in front of a camera! Somehow, they’re naturally photogenic (and way more than I’ll ever be). I hope your confidence isn’t easily shaken…  1.) This divine duck. Blaze Press 2.) This hunky hound. Blaze Press 3.) This marvelous moose. Blaze Press…

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‘Bagpipe lung’ fungi kills piper, doctors say

(CNN)Whether playing a wind instrument is your hobby or your job, you may want to watch out for “bagpipe lung.” The term, dubbed in a case study published Monday in the journal Thorax, refers to cases when molds and fungi lurking inside bagpipes potentially trigger the development of hypersensitivity pneumonitis, which is similar to pneumonia. See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter….

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Most People Think These Things Are True... But They're Very, Very Wrong.

Most People Think These Things Are True… But They’re Very, Very Wrong.

Learning new things can be fun, but sometimes you’ll come across new pieces of information that will debunk certain things you accepted as facts. There are lots of inaccuracies or misconceptions that people swear are the gospel truth (but they’re wrong). It can be annoying to find out that you’ve been wrong for years, but it’s probably better for you in the long run to learn which “facts” are actually horrible untruths…

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Home Depot employees craft custom walker for 2-year-old Texas boy with special needs | Fox News

Silus Johnson, 2, tries out brand-new, custom-made walker built by some North Texas Home Depot employees. (Fox4 Dallas) Some generous Home Depot employees have made life a little easier for a 2-year-old North Texas boy with special needs. Silus Johnson has a genetic disorder called Norrie Disease that has left him blind and with low muscle tone, Fox4 Dallas reports. Regular walkers are just too small for him, so employees…

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These Billboards Will Help You Learn About The World Around You. Trust Us.

These Billboards Will Help You Learn About The World Around You. Trust Us.

Science World is an educational magazine that just can’t keep their facts to themselves. “We can explain” is their slogan and when you take a look at their informational billboards, you’ll really hope that’s true. I know I would love to find out how we eat 430 bugs every year. Yeah, these are those kind of facts. Take a look! (via The Meta Picture) Woah, my brain is filled with…

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17 Magical Spots To Escape To In London

17 Magical Spots To Escape To In London

Off the beaten path. View this image › BuzzFeed / Flickr: garryknight / Flickr: londonlooks We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to share their favourite secret spot in London. Here’s what they said: View this image › BuzzFeed 1. St James Park View this image › Flickr: garryknight Closest station: St James ParkBudget: Free entry “There’s this willow tree in St James’s park near Buckingham Palace that has…

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Irish women live-tweet journey to Great Britain for abortion

(CNN)An Irish woman live-tweeted her journey to the United Kingdom to have an abortion this weekend. The woman, and a friend who accompanied her, began posting early Saturday morning from the Twitter account Two Women Travel. Abortion is illegal in the Republic of Ireland, except in certain circumstances, and more than 165,000 women traveled from Ireland to Great Britain for the procedure between 1980 and 2015, according to the United…

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Why Progressives Are Cautiously Optimistic About Hillary Clinton

WASHINGTON Courting Republicans turned off by Donald Trump is an increasingly prominent part of Hillary Clinton’s general election strategy. That has some progressives nervous that Clinton will take them for granted once in office, making their policy priorities disposable as well. Many other veteran liberal insiders and activists, however, are unfazed by Clinton’s electoral strategy and bullish about her presidency. They believe that the candidacy of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)…

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Indonesian booze ban could hurt tourist hot spot Bali | Fox News

Want to enjoy a drink on the beach? That may soon be banned in Bali. (iStock) Indonesia is considering a new law that would ban the production, distribution and consumption of alcohol across the country, including in Bali. And while booze makers and sellers warn the move would crush Balis tourism industry, it may also fuel sly-grogging on the island a deadly problem that claims tourists among its victims. A…

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Not Every Pirate From History Had A Beard...And Some Were Even Women. Awesome!

Not Every Pirate From History Had A Beard…And Some Were Even Women. Awesome!

When you think of Pirates with the Caribbean, you think of Johnny Depp and his merry band of (predominately male) pirates. Sure, Keira Knightly was the damsel in distress, but not a pirate. After all, when were pirates ever more than cantankerous bearded men? Maybe it’s time you had a little refresher on pirate history. These women’s stories from the time of pirates will blow you away. 1.) Lady Elizabeth Killigrew…

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20 People Answer What They Would Say If They Ever Met An Alien

20 People Answer What They Would Say If They Ever Met An Alien

BuzzFeed asked people at the International UFO Congress what they would say if they ever encountered an alien. Here’s what they had to say: 1. “Did you crash or did you land safely?” View this image › Norberto Briceño for BuzzFeed 2. “Tell me a good joke.” View this image › Norberto Briceño for BuzzFeed 3. “Are we on the right track?” View this image › Norberto Briceño for BuzzFeed…

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8 Easy Ways To Protect Your Back

Fend off back pain In any three-month period, about a quarter of American adults have at least one day of back pain, according to the National Institutes of Health. The first time often happens between ages 30 and 40 and, like all fun things, tends to become more common with age. “After the common cold, back pain is the most common reason adults seek physicians,” says physical therapist Eric Robertson,…

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At An Animal Sanctuary In Laos, He Spotted A Bear Doing Something Strange In His Pen

At An Animal Sanctuary In Laos, He Spotted A Bear Doing Something Strange In His Pen

Bears are already cute, but what this one in Laos was doing takes the cake. While a man was visiting the small Southeast Asian country of Laos, a trip to the local zoo turned into something incredible. When he showed up at the sun bear pen, he noticed one of the inhabitants was doing something a little odd… Why, hello gentleman bear. YouTube Although this is adorable, it could be…

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These Are The 10 Most Livable Cities In The World

The Economist Intelligence Unit released its report on the most livable cities Thursday, based on an analysis of how 140 different cities stack up on 30 factors measuring quality of life. Each city was given a ranking compared to the others, as well as a total score between 1 and 100. Melbourne received a 97.5, with perfect 100s in the categories of health care, education and infrastructure. The city seized…

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Florida Governor Confirms Zika Transmission In Miami Beach

Florida officials said on Friday they have identified a new area of Zika virus transmission through local mosquitoes in a small area in Miami Beach, the second area in Miami-Dade county where the Zika virus is spreading. Florida Governor Rick Scott said state health officials have identified five cases of Zika believed to be contracted in Miami Beach. “This means we believe we have a new area where local transmissions…

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Man Dresses Up As A Homeless Person And Gives $20 To Those That Help Him.

Man Dresses Up As A Homeless Person And Gives $20 To Those That Help Him.

YouTube prankster Big Daws normally makes prank videos were he’s doing something hilariously silly, like eating junk food at the gym, but this time he wanted to do something completely different. He decided to dress up as a homeless person and conduct a social experiment. He stepped outside the box by giving $20 to every kind stranger that lent him a helping hand, because what better way is there to give…

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Federal Research On Sexual Violence Is A Mess

The federal government is sitting on a ton of data about sexual violence in the United States, but most of the statistics cannot be compared to each other because of wide variations in how they’re measured, a new review from the Government Accountability Office concludes. There are currently 10 collection efforts that look at sexual violence against victims over age 12. The efforts are managed by four federal agencies and use…

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