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Sole Air Traveler 'Felt Like A Rock Star'

Feb 4, 2016
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Unpaid Water Bills In Flint Could Hinder Repairs

Feb 4, 2016

High levels of lead in their drinking water have Flint, Mich., residents relying on cases of bottled water for just about everything. So it may come as no surprise that thousands of them have stopped paying their water bills.

Lynna Kaucheck of the not-for-profit group Food and Water Watch delivered 21,000 signatures to the Flint mayor's office last week calling for a moratorium on drinking water bills.

"All of this is a lot for people to handle, and enough is enough," she said. "Flint residents need relief."

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There's a moment in the new documentary about journalist James Foley that breaks your heart. It's a scene with Foley talking about the first time he was kidnapped in the Middle East chasing a story.

Oregon's New Site To Explore: Valhalla

Feb 4, 2016
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Smokers In Italy Face Steep New Fines

Feb 4, 2016
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British Village Under Attack By Swans

Feb 3, 2016
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