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Ohio teen missing after helping friend at family farm

On Saturday, Minard began complaining of a toothache and tried to contact his mother so he could go home, police said.
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'Miracle on Ice' hockey team captain calls backlash over Trump rally appearance 'unfortunate'
In 1980, they united the country. In 2020, some say they've helped divide it.
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Harry & Meghan's security costs: Canada won't pay for much longer
Canada confirms it's helped cover security costs for Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan but won't after their status changes on April 1.      
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Yolanda Hadid makes runway return at Off-White with Bella and Gigi
The model mom is back on the catwalk.
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Rep. Matt Gaetz, top Trump ally, swears off PAC money
'I’ve never turned tricks for Washington PACs, but as of today, I’m done picking up their money in the nightstand,' the Florida Republican said.
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'Demon Slayer' Named 'Most Satisfying' Anime of 2019 in Sea of Complex Contenders
A report that asks thousands of anime fans across the country for their thoughts named 'Demon Slayer' as the most satisfying,
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Milwaukee shooter identified as 17-year electrician at brewery who had workplace dispute
The suspected gunman who killed himself and five other employees at the Molson Coors Beverage Co. in Milwaukee had a long-running feud with a co-worker that erupted before his rampage began, according to media reports. 
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First Dutch coronavirus infection confirmed: health authorities
A patient in the Netherlands has been diagnosed with the new coronavirus Covid-19, Dutch health authorities said on Thursday, the first confirmed case in the country.
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Violent parolee on the loose after fleeing Midtown parole office
A violent felon who served seven years in prison for slashing a man’s neck escaped a New York State parole office in Midtown Manhattan on Wednesday, authorities said. Travis Simon, 30, who was released on Feb. 4th, was visiting his parole officer when he learned he was going to be sent on 45-day treatment program...
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Tom Steyer predicts coronavirus will be President Trump's Hurricane Katrina
Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer said Thursday that the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus outbreak will be a political disaster, similar to Hurricane Katrina's political damange to former President George W. Bush.
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Pence says virus poses low-level threat in U.S., working with Congress on spending bill
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Thursday the threat from coronavirus to the American public remains low, and the White House has begun discussions with leaders of the U.S. Congress on a supplemental spending bill to fighting the spread of the deadly infectious disease.
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LA tech investor eyeing Blue Apron purchase
A Los Angeles tech investor and motivational speaker is salivating over a chance to get his hands on struggling meal kit company Blue Apron, The Post has learned. Tai Lopez, an investor in meat subscription service Farmers Box and owner of more than 700 acres of farmland in Virginia, says he reached out to Blue...
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Letters to the Editor: Mike Pence, Trump's coronavirus czar, has a terrible public health record
As governor of Indiana, Mike Pence enacted an antiabortion law and decimated the state's public health spending. Now he'll oversee the U.S. coronavirus response.
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Indonesian official says sperm can impregnate women in pools
An Indonesian official has been ridiculed after she warned women that they could get pregnant from swimming in the same pool where men with “very strong” sperm ejaculate, according to reports. Sitti Hikmawatty, a senior child protection official, made the unscientific claim in an interview last week with the local Tribunnews.com, according to Agence France-Presse....
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Drivers rescued after Texas water main break
A water main break in Houston leaves roadways flooded and some drivers had to be rescued when their vehicles were suddenly submerged in water and mud. (Feb. 27)       
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New Meghan Markle documentary explores her struggles as a royal
Vice TV unveiled Thursday a first look at its upcoming documentary "Vice Versa: Meghan Markle Escaping the Crown," which premieres in March.
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Kris Jenner tells Kim and Kourtney to ‘grow up’ after ‘KUWTK’ fight
Jenner's advice comes after the new "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" trailer showed Kourtney and Kim Kardashian coming to blows.
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'So humble, it's crazy': South Carolina DT Javon Kinlaw feels unworthy of NFL draft fate
After enduring homelessness as a child and enduring a wild journey to become a top NFL draft prospect, Javon Kinlaw is still amazed by his path.       
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The right way to wash your hands
People around the world are clamoring to buy face masks amidst fears that the coronavirus will continue spreading, but washing your hands is actually the best way to prevent the spread of disease.
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How to start an in-demand copywriting career for under $40
A copywriter of the 1960s might recognize little of the industry today. It’s more than just writing a pithy tagline for a product; it’s about understanding customer motivations, building a brand, and persuading people to take action. And in 2020, it goes far beyond the world of advertising. Whether you are an entrepreneur trying to...
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Phony health gurus are advising deadly vitamin doses to fight coronavirus
Beware of "wellness influencers."
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'Hillary' introduces a new, blunter Clinton — on her marriage, sexism and 2016
Hillary Clinton is more unvarnished than ever in "Hillary," a new docuseries from director Nanette Burstein premiering March 6 on Hulu.
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Wall Street on record correction pace as pandemic fears loom
Wall Street's main indexes tumbled for the sixth straight session on Thursday with the S&P 500 on track for its fastest correction in history as the global spread of coronavirus intensified investor uncertainty about the economic impact.
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Thousands in California being monitored for coronavirus: governor
California health officials are monitoring 8,400 people for coronavirus symptoms after their arrival on domestic commercial flights, but the state had only a limited supply of test kits available, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Thursday.
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Coronavirus: How Fox News and other right-wing media endanger our health
Despite steady warnings from health organizations worldwide, right-wing media are clogging airwaves with conspiracy theories and inaccurate reporting.        
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People Are Scared of Buying Corona Beer Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Fears, New Poll Shows
"Unfortunately for one of America's favorite beers, that fear has extended to [Corona] even though the illness has nothing to do with the adult beverage," said YouGov.
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Julia Roberts drops $8.3 million on San Francisco Victorian
In San Francisco, Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts has paid $8.3 million for a century-old Victorian Revival-style home with sweeping views.
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New documentary about The Band
Robbie Robertson talks about a new documentary about the influential rock group
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Mardi Gras Indians give special performance to woman with cancer
A New Orleans woman has photographed and documented the stories of the Mardi Gras Indians for years. But she was diagnosed with brain cancer in Spring 2019 and hasn't been able to cover their work.
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Huckabee rips AOC's 'absurd' criticism after Pence picked to lead coronavirus prevention effort
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee scorched Rep. Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez, D-N.Y., Thursday for claiming that Vice President Mike Pence is not fit to lead the federal government's coronavirus prevention efforts.
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Holocaust-themed carnival celebration in Spain sparks outrage
A Holocaust-themed parade in Spain featuring dancing Nazis and concentration camp prisoners stoked outrage from the Israeli government and Auschwitz museum. The Monday parade was part of a carnival celebration in Campo de Criptana – a town in central Spain, about 100 miles southeast of Madrid – and El Chaparral Cultural Association was the group...
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'Happy Days' star Cathy Silvers breaks leg during hike: report
"Happy Days" star Cathy Silvers is on the mend.  
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If Bernie Sanders has a ceiling, he’s probably not there yet
Regardless, it probably doesn't really matter.
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Human remains found in lion enclosure at zoo
Police are investigating after human remains were found inside a lion enclosure at a zoo in Pakistan.
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Chris Jericho still bothered by unsolved mystery of missing AEW belt
Chris Jericho still isn’t sure how it happened. Three days after beating “Hangman” Adam Page at the “All Out” pay-per-view on Aug. 31 in Chicago to become the inaugural All Elite Wrestling world champion, the title belt went missing as Jericho was eating at a Longhorn Steakhouse in Tallahassee, Fla. Jericho, who said he had...
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Sanders presidency could start with U.S. jobs program, then scale up
A Bernie Sanders administration might logically start with a roughly $300 billion federal jobs guarantee, a cornerstone of worker protection, says a key adviser to the front-runner in the U.S. Democratic presidential nominating race.
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1st coronavirus case of unknown origin in US was hospitalized for days before being tested: officials
A Northern California woman who is the nation’s 1st coronavirus case of unknown origin was hospitalized for days before she was tested for the novel virus, according to the hospital where she initially sought treatment before transferring to UC Davis Medical Center. 
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Princess Margaret: A royal star
In the 1950s, Queen Elizabeth II's younger sister was constantly in the headlines -- not unlike Hollywood celebrities. For more, watch CNN Original Series "The Windsors: Inside the Royal Dynasty" Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
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Top impeachment investigator to leave House Intel post
Goldman was one of Schiff's top lieutenants during the probe into President Trump's dealings with Ukraine.
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Transgender athletes may be banned from some sports amid Alabama legislation
Multiple states across the country are considering banning transgender athletes from the sports teams that they identify with.
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Home-field advantage seems to be a wagering play in the XFL
Oddsmakers have guessed high when trying to set Over/Under in early weeks of XFL.
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Robbie Robertson says 'Once Were Brothers' is his 'perspective' of The Band's storied history
Robbie Robertson of The Band discusses the new documentary about his life and career, 'Once Were Brothers'        
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South African president orders repatriation of citizens in Wuhan over coronavirus
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday ordered the repatriation of his nearly two hundred citizens from the central Chinese city of Wuhan, epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, his office said in a statement.
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Selena Gomez holding open casting call for fans to star in Rare Beauty campaign
Anyone can model the star's new makeup line.
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First Northern Ireland coronavirus case brings UK total to 16
The British region of Northern Ireland on Thursday confirmed its first case of coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases in the United Kingdom to 16.
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Michigan vs. Wisconsin prediction, line: Take the Wolverines
A healthy Livers is important to the Michigan Wolverines as they play host to Wisconsin on Thursday night. Forward Isaiah Livers, who has missed time with injuries to his groin and ankle, leads Michigan in points per game with 13.6 and is shooting 44.3 percent from 3-point range and 95.1 percent at the free-throw line....
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MLB makes history by naming its first black and Latino-born umpire crew chiefs
Major League Baseball just notched a win for diversity.
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Kliff Kingsbury didn’t expect to survive first Cardinals season
Kliff Kingsbury’s first year as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals concluded with a mediocre 5-10-1 record. But unlike the organization’s last head coach, Steve Wilks – who was fired the day after the 2018 season ended – Kingsbury is still around. Appearing on “The Ryen Russillo Podcast” this week, Kingsbury revealed that he was...
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Jersey Shore icon ‘Lucy the Elephant’ opens for rare overnight stays
A 138-year-old wooden elephant, built to lure travelers to the Atlantic City area, is now a hotel — for three nights only.
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