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  • Exchanging vows while battling ALS

    Exchanging vows while battling ALS

    Despite his terminal illness, teachers Eric Powell and his girlfriend Laura Stotz are doing something extraordinary – getting married. Eric was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease in March, and two months later they were wed on a sunny day in Rockville, Md., in front of her students. Source: The Washington Post

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  • More money, more e-mails, more problems for Hillary Clinton

    More money, more e-mails, more problems for Hillary Clinton

    Each week seems to bring more distracting news for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, from previously undisclosed payments to the Clinton Foundation to the e-mails she wrote about the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya. What does it all mean this time? The Fix’s Chris Cillizza explains. Source: The Washington Post

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  • Flood turns streets into rivers, tossing around cars

    Flood turns streets into rivers, tossing around cars

    Torrential rainfall led to violent flooding in the city streets of Izmir, Turkey, and social media users circulated striking photographs and videos of the flooding. Source: The Washington Post

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  • How the quadruple homicide manhunt unfolded

    How the quadruple homicide manhunt unfolded

    Daron Dylon Wint is being charged with first-degree murder in the killings of a prominent D.C. businessman, his wife, their 10-year-old son and their housekeeper. The Post’s Peter Hermann explains how dozens of police and federal authorities tracked Wint from Brooklyn to College Park and finally apprehended him in Northeast Washington late Thursday night. Source: The Washington Post

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  • Late-night laughs: @POTUS edition

    Late-night laughs: @POTUS edition

    From his first tweet to his back-and-forth with Bill Clinton, President Obama’s new Twitter account inspired jokes from late-night comedians Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel. Source: The Washington Post

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  • Social video of flooded Texas streets

    Social video of flooded Texas streets

    Heavy rainfall along the southern Texas coast caused flooding. The National Weather Service said two to four inches of rain per hour was expected in Kleberg County. Source: The Washington Post

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  • Top Five Fittest U.S. Cities

    Top Five Fittest U.S. Cities

    Across America, cities are adding bike lanes, parks, and encouraging healthy lifestyles. But which ones are doing the best job? Here’s a list of the five fittest cities in the country. Source: The Wall Street Journal

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  • Egg Prices Soar as Bird Flu Spreads

    Egg Prices Soar as Bird Flu Spreads

    The worst U.S. bird flu outbreak in history is forcing farms to suspend operations, while prices of eggs and turkeys move higher. WSJ’s Kelsey Gee discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty Source: The Wall Street Journal

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  • Oil From Burst Pipeline Spills Off California Coast

    Oil From Burst Pipeline Spills Off California Coast

    Thousands of gallons of oil from a ruptured pipeline in Southern California leaked into the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday, spreading into a four-mile-long slick. Photo: Getty Images Source: The Wall Street Journal

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  • How you can spot an outlaw biker

    How you can spot an outlaw biker

    Not everyone who wears leathers while riding motorcycles is part of a gang like those who had a shootout outside a Waco, Tex., restaurant. PostTV explains what some of those patches on motorcycle jackets mean. Source: The Washington Post

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  • Could-be presidential contenders on the commencement circuit

    Could-be presidential contenders on the commencement circuit

    From cap and gown to commander in chief? Politicians use the graduation stage to give students all types of advice, including the inspirational and the comical. Here’s a look at some of the speeches through the years. Source: The Washington Post

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  • Obama joins Twitter. Here come the racists.

    Obama joins Twitter. Here come the racists.

    To the uninitiated, the torrent of bigotry on Twitter can leave you feeling violated. But what happens when it’s directed at the leader of the free world? Post opinion writer Jonathan Capehart looks at the racist replies to President Obama’s first tweet. Source: The Washington Post

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