Manchester victims include 8-year-old girl, college student

In the wake of a devastating bombing in Manchester that killed at least 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert, officials and parents alike were grappling with the news that many of the injured and killed were young adolescents or children. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May called the bombing a "sick
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23 million more uninsured with GOP health bill, analysts say

The health care bill Republicans recently pushed through the House would leave 23 million more Americans without insurance and confront others who have costly medical conditions with coverage that could prove unaffordable, Congress' official budget analysts said Wednesday. Premiums on average woul
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19 Times ‘Bridesmen’ Were The Stars Of The Wedding Party

These days, more and more engaged couples are bucking tradition by having mixed-gender bridal parties. That means brides and grooms are asking their nearest and dearest friends and family to stand by their side on the big day ― be it as bridesmaids, bridesmen, groomsmaids or groomsmen. Below, 19
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Donald Trump Gave The Pope A Sculpture His Holiness Will Probably Regift

Turns out President Donald Trump’s taste in art is just about as refined as his taste in suits.During Wednesday’s visit to the Vatican, 45 exchanged gifts with a dour looking Pope Francis. His holiness’ awesomely unsubtle gifts to our president included the pontiff’s 2015 treatise on climate
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The Left/Right Challenge To The Failed ‘War On Drugs’

More and more conservatives and liberals, from the halls of Congress to people in communities across the country, are agreeing that the so-called “war on drugs” needs serious rethinking.First, we should define our terms. The “war on drugs” that was started by Richard Nixon in 1971 and persis
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Teen’s Service Dog Gets Photo In Yearbook Because He’s A Very Good Boy

A high school in Fredericksburg, Virginia has done something truly paw-some.Alpha, a 4-year-old service dog who attends school every day with his human, Andrew “A.J.” Schalk, had his own photo in Stafford High School’s 2017 yearbook.A.J., who has Type 1 diabetes, told HuffPost that Alpha’s j
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Rich Politician Ben Carson Says Poverty Is Just A ‘State Of Mind’

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson has some interesting thoughts on the poor. Namely that they should just stop being poor.“I think poverty to a large extend is also a state of mind,” Carson, a neurosurgeon, told SiriusXM Radio in an interview released Wednesday. “You take some
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A California Bill Could Totally Disrupt The Dialysis Industry

HBO’s John Oliver took on the dialysis industry a couple of weeks ago, highlighting a pair of companies that have a near-monopoly on keeping your kidney functions going.Between them, these two businesses ― one based in Colorado and one in Germany ― control 70 percent of all the dialysis center
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Immigrant Mother Receives Pardon For Minor Driving Conviction, But Still Could Be Deported

WASHINGTON ― Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) pardoned an undocumented mother of two on Wednesday for a years-old conviction for driving without a license in the hope that it will help spare her from deportation. But the fact that she is no longer defined as a criminal might not matter to the Tru
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If You’re Sleeping With A Married Person, Here’s How To End It

There’s plenty of advice out there focused on affair recovery and what married couples can do to rebuild trust after infidelity. There’s considerably less information available on how to move forward from an affair if you’re the other man or woman. How do you convince yourself it’s over ―
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