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Severe Air Pollution Might Have Killed Millions Worldwide

New research suggests air pollution, both inside and outside the home, is the fourth leading contributor to deaths globally.

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Bottle of McDonald's Big Mac sauce sells for $95,000+ on eBay

McDonald's auctioned several bottle of their Big Mac sauce on eBay for charity. One of them sold for more than $95,000. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Court cases challenge 'Shaken Baby' diagnosis

A California man accused of shaking his daughter to death is contesting his conviction in court on the grounds that three symptoms held up as tell-tale signs of shaken baby syndrome are no longer considered a clear indication of abuse

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The Latest: Pope greets faithful on 1st full day in Mexico

Tens of thousands of cheering Mexicans have gathered outside the residence where Pope Francis is staying to send him off on his first full day in Mexico

The Latest: Baton Rouge police say 2 officers, suspect shot

Police in Louisiana say two officers and one suspect are being treated at a hospital for gunshot wounds after a confrontation in Baton Rouge

Sen. Cory Booker uses book to trace story of political rise

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker's first book traces his political rise from Newark, New Jersey, to Washington through stories about people he learned from and was inspired by

Hawaii Governor Signs Emergency Measure To Fight Zika Virus

The emergency proclamation is expected to expedite the island state's response to the Zika virus and allow it to access disaster funds.

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Dartmouth Winter Carnival theme honors Dr. Seuss

Dartmouth College is again honoring one of its most famous graduates with the theme of this year's Winter Carnival: Seuss on the Loose

Two shot at Arizona high school: police

Police in Glendale, Arizona say at least two people are wounded during a shooting incident at Independence High School where a large number of officers have responded to the scene. Mana Rabiee reports.

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As FBI goes through evidence at refuge, town awaits normalcy

As the FBI focuses on its criminal investigation at the national wildlife refuge taken over by an armed group, land managers must get ready to reopen the 300 square-mile area, which draws tourists and is a key economic engine of the surrounding area

Skiing Stars Delight Crowd at Fenway Park

The world's best slopestyle skiers delighted crowds at Boston's iconic Fenway Park on Friday (February 12) evening, as Vincent Gagnier and Lisa Zimmermann won the men's and women's Big Air Ski World Cup events. The riders made the jumps on a 50 metre (164 foot) long purpose-built ramp constructed inside Fenway Park baseball ground - home of the Boston Red Sox for the past 104 years. In freezing temperatures a crowd estimated by organisers at about 12,000 people watched the show.

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Court: Facebook can be sued in France in nude painting case

Facebook has lost a crucial legal battle as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th century nude painting

Russian Prime Minister Claims We're Barreling Toward A 'New Cold War'

Russia's prime minister hasn't shied away from being outspoken about the country's disagreements with Western bodies.

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Formula E: Behind the scenes at the Buenos Aires ePrix

In our first web exclusive content, SuperCharged's Nicki Shields tracks down Formula E commentating duo Jack Nicholls and IndyCar legend Dario Franchitti.

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Global warming will make flights longer

Global warming will make some flights longer and considering flying contributes to global warming, we could have a run-away train on our hands. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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Ex-students say boarding school kept them in isolation boxes

Former students say a private boarding school for troubled teenagers in Iowa routinely kept them in small concrete rooms for days and even weeks at a time

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WHO reports rise of neurological disorder in Zika outbreak

The World Health Organization says the Guillain-Barre neurological disorder is on the rise in several Latin American countries that are also seeing an outbreak of the Zika virus

Police: More than 50 cars involved in big I-78 pileup

State police say a pileup involving more than 50 vehicles has closed Interstate 78 in central Pennsylvania, and multiple injuries are reported