The Latest: UN over 45,000 migrants reached Spain this year
The U.N. migration agency says that so far this year Spain has received more migrants via the Mediterranean Sea than it did in the previous three years combined
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Traffic report: crash on Winter Garden Vineland Road; crash on Ocoee Apopka Road
A crash with injuries at the intersection of E. Vista Blvd. and Winter Garden Vineland Orad in Orlando has blocked one lane, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. A crash at...
2 minutes ago - Orlando Sentinel
Photo goes viral after no one shows up to boy's pizza party
Teddy's mom says they invited 32 of his classmates to a pizza party for his birthday in Tucson Sunday afternoon, but no one showed up.
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Meet the Egyptian dead at Johns Hopkins thanks to mummy facial reconstruction
After Mendes I. Cohen bought the mummified remains of an ancient Egyptian and brought them home to Baltimore in 1834, he tried in vain to pry his way inside the resin-stiffened...
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Hurricane Willa Track: Dangerous Category 4 storm closes in on Mexico coast
Hurricane Willa weakened to a Cat. 4 after briefly reaching Cat. 5 strength. It's expected to send widespread rains into Texas.
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Washington Air Guard analyzes imagery after Hurricane Michael
Airmen from the Washington Air National Guard's 194th Intelligence Squadron are growing their skillset and learning new ways of operating as they support Georgia in the...
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Air Force extends high year of tenure for E-4s through E-6s
The Air Force is extending the high year of tenure for senior airmen through technical sergeants beginning Feb. 1, 2019.
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Twice the height of Big Ben: Enormous sinkhole reveals epic caves in China
In a departure from the death and destruction often caused by the phenomena, a giant sinkhole in China has revealed a stunning complex of caves for explorers to dive into for...
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Insider Louisville: John Schnatter asks for reprieve from portion of ‘poison pill'
Papa John's founder John Schnatter has asked the company's board of directors to roll back provisions in the “poison pill” document it adopted
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Twitter Purges More Accounts Linked to Alex Jones and Infowars
A Twitter spokesperson said the company had permanently suspended 18 accounts for trying to help Jones and Infowars circumvent a ban.
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WWE wrestler Roman Reigns announces he has leukemia again
The WWE star will be taking time off from the ring to fight cancer.
Judge upholds Monsanto weed killer verdict, but cuts award to $78 million
A jury in August ruled the popular weed killer caused a California school groundskeeper's cancer.
South Carolina sheriff's deputy dies weeks after being critically wounded in...
Six other officers were injured in the shooting Oct. 3 that killed Deputy Farrah Turner.
Trump blasts caravan, says he's cutting Central American aid
It was unclear whether the president's tweets had any policy implications.
One Milwaukee man's tweet sends millions to voter registration site
A Twitter post from Marquette University's social media director has gone viral and become part of a national movement. Tim Cigelske saw an opportunity when Ariana Grande and...
'Wonder Woman' sequel pushed back to summer 2020
The world will have to wait a little longer for the "Wonder Woman" sequel, which will now arrive in theaters in summer 2020.
'Represent our city well,' Boston police commissioner tells fans ahead of Game 1
Security preparations are underway Tuesday for Game 1 of the World Series as the Boston Red Sox prepare to take on the Los Angeles Dodgers at Fenway Park.
Philip Morris woos puff-happy Japan for post-smoking era
TOKYO - Philip Morris, maker of Marlboro and other major cigarette brands, is maneuvering to keep itself in business in a post-smoking world with an advertising blitz in...
Saudi foreign minister promises truth from Khashoggi probe
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Saudi Arabia's foreign minister says the investigation into the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi will produce the truth about what happened. He also...
Anywhere but Washington: Why DC stories rarely film in DC
WASHINGTON - It's a hobby among District of Columbia locals: Picking apart glaring geographic and architectural inaccuracies in movies and television shows set in Washington...