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Nearly all emergency funds for pipeline protest…

Nearly all of the $6 million in emergency funding earmarked for law enforcement costs related to the Dakota Access pipeline protest in North Dakota has been used up

US Makes Historic Vote At United Nations By Not…

For the past 25 years, the United Nations has voted on a resolution calling for an end to the Cuba embargo. Until 2016, the U.S. always voted no.

Here's What Dogs and Cats Dream About

A scientist from Harvard told People Magazine what she thinks dogs and cats dream about. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the story.

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Judge rejects claim to Prince estate from woman and girl

A Minnesota judge says a woman and girl who claim to be Prince's niece and grandniece will not be considered heirs of his estate

2 arrested in theft of Super Bowl ring from Broncos star

Police say two men have been arrested on suspicion of breaking into the home of Denver Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware and stealing his Super Bowl 50 ring

2016 could be the year of Cleveland

If the Indians pull off a World Series win, Cleveland will be only the second city to have both an NBA and MLB championship in the same year.

Cholesterol test for 1-year-olds? Study says it could help

A big study in England that screened thousands of babies for high cholesterol and genes that can cause early heart disease finds the condition is twice as common as has been believed

Vermont, New Hampshire bald eagles produce record young

Bald eagles have produced a record amount of young in Vermont and New Hampshire this year, likely due to the mild spring

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Woman's Halloween Display Portrays A Grim Future

One woman envisions her own worst case scenario.

New York's MoMA acquires original set of emojis

New York's Museum of Modern Art acquires original set of 176 emojis, from back in the day before phones could send stickers, animations and 'kimoji' _ yes, that's Kim Kardashian-themed emoticons, better known now as emojis

EU chief says trade deal with Canada still…

The president of the European Union still hopes that a free trade between the bloc and Canada can be signed at a summit this week despite Belgium's refusal so far to sign on

Harvard's dining workers end strike after demands are met

Harvard University's cafeteria workers are ending their strike after agreeing to a new labor contract

Ex-friends dispute 'Jackie's' narrative about alleged rape

Two former friends of the woman who says she was gang-raped at the University of Virginia disputed her description of their conversations after the alleged assault

Why Does The Government Care About The Sex Lives…

A 21-year-old student filed a federal human rights complaint in Canada to challenge its blood deferral policy for men who have sex with men.

Human Urine Destroying Church Built in 1300s

It's almost unbelievable to think but a church in Germany, the Ulm Minster, whose construction began in the 1300's and boasts the world's biggest church tower is in trouble and the culprit is human urine. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Arby's Prepares New Treat For Deer-Hunting States

Arby's has announced that it will be offering venison sandwiches this fall in six states where deer hunting is popular.

2 studies point to lack of campaign substance on…

Two studies of broadcast newscasts illustrate how this presidential campaign differs from most recent ones, with a lack of substantive issues being discussed

The Latest: Pittsburgh's Jeter considering anthem…

Pitt forward Sheldon Jeter said athletes should speak up on issues they care about and he has considered following the lead of San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick in demonstrating during the national anthem