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FOX40 NewsMichelle and Melinda Sayers are sisters, 13 months apart in age, that both have the same genetic disorder, which makes it impossible for them to absorb the nutrients they need from food. For nearly their whole life, they have had to get nutrition from...
Tags: Genetic Condition, Human Interest, Pancreas
The Associated PressThe private company SpaceX made history Friday with the docking of its Dragon capsule to the International Space Station, the most impressive feat yet in turning routine spaceflight over to the commercial sector. It marked the first time a business...
CNNThe unmanned SpaceX Dragon capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean off Baja California on Thursday, completing the first commercial flight to the International Space Station, NASA and company controllers reported. The SpaceX Dragon capsule landed at...
email@example.comI love my Roku and my regular readers can certainly vouch for it. By the time you read this, I will have celebrated my first year anniversary with my beloved Roku 2 XS. It is the ultimate streaming media player ever, in my humble opinion. Since I have...
A Leukemia patient working to help blood cancer patients across the country has died. Erika Martin passed away June 1, four years after she was diagnosed with the disease. Martin's former teacher, Ron Sandlin, created a fundraising website for Ericka's...
Tags: Leukemia, Lymphoma, Human Interest
VarietyNigel and Simon Lythgoe have partnered with social entertainment producer Milyoni and the Ovation network to bow "A Chance to Dance" on Facebook simultaneous with its airing on television in the U.S. Move is seen as a way to increase viewership but also...
CNN(CNN) -- Police in Florida say they have busted a mother-and-son team whose goal was to steal thousands of items from toy stores in every state and then sell them online for millions of dollars. Police say Michael Pollara, 46, and Margaret Pollara, 70,...
The Savings GameThere has been a great deal of publicity lately regarding "crowdfunding." The term refers efforts, generally launched on the Internet, to pool funds, usually in small increments, from a large number of sources. A number of companies, such as ArtistShare...
"Ride, ride, ride, ride, ride along in your Packard, in your Packard. In a Packard you've got the world on a string. In a Packard car you feel like a king. Ride, ride, ride, ride, ride along in your Packard, what fun! And ask the man…just ask the...
The Hartford CourantEvery new graduate, high school or college, should have a credit card. Sure, it's convenient and a sign (sorry, an iPhone isn't enough) of adulthood. It's also a good time to start building a strong credit history and show financial responsibility....
No matter how many of America's picturesque pathways Kevin Kutz travels in search of prospective sites to set up his easel, he always finds his way back to the Lincoln Highway. The Bedford-based artist will display and discuss a selection of artworks...
ReutersSANFORD, Fla. (Reuters) - George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer charged in the Florida killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, returned to jail on Sunday after a court revoked his bond and ordered him back into custody. Zimmerman,...
Tags: Prosecution, Laws, Lawyers, Trayvon Martin, Mark O'Mara
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