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  • One Group of People Is Acquiring HIV in Record Numbers, But We Don't Talk About Them

    They're 49 times more likely to contract HIV than the general population.

  • The Latest: Kansas man says daughter told him boy was killed

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — The latest on a case where police discovered human remains at a Kansas barn while investigating a domestic distrubance (all times local):

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  • Invisible forces appear to be at play in this bizarre car accident video

    Videos of strange vehicle accidents are a dime a dozen in 2015 with all of the traffic and dashboard cameras littering the streets, but there’s still an occasional incident so odd that we can’t help but bring it to your attention. This is one of those incidents. SEE ALSO: Hackers vs. terrorists:…

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  • China may pay 'international price' in South China Sea legal case, experts say

    By Greg Torode and Manuel Mogato HONG KONG/MANILA (Reuters) - When an international court ruled in late October that it had jurisdiction to hear a case filed by the Philippines against China over the disputed South China Sea, Beijing dismissed the decision, saying it would "lead to nothing".…

  • Russia building new military bases on islands claimed by Japan

    Russia has begun building two modern military compounds on the far eastern Kuril islands, defence minister Sergei Shoigu said Tuesday, heightening long-running tensions with Japan over the disputed islands. Russia is "actively carrying out construction of military compounds on the islands of Iturup…

  • Kids Are Boycotting School Lunches They Say Are Worse Than Prison Food

    The effort, called “The School Lunch Project: Culinary Denial,” was created in November by civics students at the school. Chicago Public Schools partnered with Philadelphia-based Aramark two years ago when the district, like several others across the nation, shifted to offering free meals to all…
  • Paris attacks: Muslim guard stopped suicide bomber from entering stadium

    Salim Toorabally, a 42-year-old Mauritian immigrant, was checking tickets at a turnstile outside the Stade de France when a man in a dark jacket tried to sneak past him, NBC News reports.

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  • Adobe Flash is finally dead

    Adobe Flash is dead, long live Adobe Flash. Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs famously penned a public letter about Adobe Flash back in 2010. Jobs wasn’t the first person to dislike Flash. In fact, developers had hated the technology for years because of its volatility and instability. But Jobs made…

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    Man dead after shooting his ex-girlfriend and killing her new boyfriend

    Authorities say a Houston man "laid in wait" before shooting his ex-girlfriend and killing her current boyfriend.

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  • Parents may be in a fog when children come home from hospital

    “We had ideas about what experiences these families faced as they tried to settle back into their home routine after hospitalization, but we certainly learned a great deal more about the specifics,” said lead author Dr. Lauren G. Solan of the University of Rochester Medical Center. The researchers…

  • Woman admits killing 2 boyfriends 30-plus years apart

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey woman convicted of fatally stabbing an ex-boyfriend to death more than 30 years ago admits to doing the same thing last year.

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  • Hiv Is Treatable, But Only If You Know You're Positive

    DEAR ABBY: Today, Dec. 1, is World AIDS Day. With effective treatment, people with HIV can live as long as those without HIV. Fear, shame and ignorance remain barriers to testing and treatment, which can be more deadly than HIV itself.People with HIV who are in treatment need never develop advanced…

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    Inside the abandoned Rockland Psychiatric Center (14 photos)

    A spooky sight to behold! This is what a psychiatric hospital that has been abandoned for years looks like. Complete with bowling alley and a theater, the hospital shows just how much nature has weathered it over time as paint peels from the walls and the mattress gather dust. The shots were…

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  • U.S. Air Force chief cites concern about leak of bomber data

    The top U.S. Air Force general on Tuesday confirmed that the service had raised concerns about the release of sensitive data about a next-generation bomber that was included in a report published by Forbes magazine last month. "We did have a concern about data that should not have been released,"…

  • Trump reflects on Vietnam War, offers advice to young people

    WATERVILLE VALLEY, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump got personal with New Hampshire voters Tuesday night, telling them of the guilt he sometimes feels for not serving in the Vietnam War and advising young people to stay away from drugs and alcohol.

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  • Hillary Clinton's Campaign Officially Dropped Her Maiden Name. Here's Why That Matters.

    Clinton has used her maiden name on and off throughout her political career. And that's her choice, not ours.

  • Brady seething after NFL Patriots loss

    Tom Brady urged the New England Patriots on Monday to use their first loss of the season as motivation, describing the upset defeat to the Denver Broncos as one of the lowest points of his career. The Patriots' chances of going through the season unbeaten ended in snowy Denver on Sunday night, when…

  • The 10 Best Exercises You Can Do for the Rest of Your Life

    Here are their votes for the 10 best exercises you can start doing today -- and stop doing, well, never. The exercise is functional (you can do it to get places), accessible (no gym needed) and "suitable for all ages and abilities," says Michelle Walters-Edwards, chair of the Department of Health…

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