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Dustin Johnson to take leave of absence
Saturday, 02 August 2014 01:58

Golfer Dustin Johnson has announced he is to take a break from the sport and will seek "professional help" to improve his mental health.

Concern over the spread of the Ebola virus has caused the cancellation of an African Cup of Nations football match.

The Seychelles was due to host Sierra Leone in a qualifying game on Saturday, but the tiny island nation's ministries of health and immigration prevented the visiting players from entering the country.

Rafael Nadal's hopes of successfully defending his U.S. Open title have been dealt a serious blow after the Spaniard revealed he has sustained a wrist injury during a practice session.

Letter: Common Core questions
Thursday, 31 July 2014 20:20

There’s plenty of controversy floating around the state regarding education and Common Core. People of good will and good conscience can and will disagree about important matters, but before people make their criticisms, I hope they’ll consider some questions.

Can you identify if you’re criticizing the standards themselves, the implementation of the standards,or the state tests developed for these standards? You may be directing your frustration against the wrong people or organization.

BALTIMORE — Wei-Yin Chen won his fifth consecutive start and had a season-high eight strikeouts to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 2-1 victory over the

An explosion leaves at least 65 dead and over 150 injured in Jiangsu Province on Saturday. The injured are brought to the First People
An explosion leaves at least 65 dead and over 150 injured in Jiangsu Province on Saturday. The injured are brought to the First People's Hospital of Kunshan.

(CNN) -- A factory explosion killed 65 people early Saturday in China, according to state news agency Xinhua.

A Kansas foster father left a 10-month-old girl to die in a hot car on a 90-degree day while he went in his house to use drugs, a prosecutor alleges. Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett said Friday at a bond hearing that Seth Jackson, 29, of Wichita had been smoking pot but ran out, NBC station KSN of Wichita reported.

Bennett gave this account of what happened then on July 24, according to KSN: Jackson took his 5-year-old son to an appointment, at some point stopping to buy marijuana from a dealer, then picked up the baby from a sitter.


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The case of missing Oregon mom Jennifer Huston has shone a spotlight on technology’s crucial role in locating missing people -- as well its limitations.

While cellphone location technologies can quickly find people, the trail effectively ends when a device is out of power.



Communications expert John B. Minor, who is based in Odessa, Texas and who has assisted in suspected murder cases and attempts to locate lost hikers, describes the scenario as a race against time.

Published: Saturday, August 02, 2014

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Sellersville’s current health insurance policies for borough employees and retirees were set up in the 1970s, David Rivet, the borough manager, said.

After rolling Google Hangouts into a separate tool that doesn’t require a Google+ login, Google’s next move with the search company’s social network is to repeat the process with the popular Photos tool. Arguably one of the best features of Google+, the Photos tool gained early acclaim from photographers at the launch of Google+ for a number of reasons. For instance, the maximum photo width on Facebook at the time was around 700px wide.

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