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    Nursing mother told by Delta official she couldn’t carry breast pump on airplane

    (CNN) — Nursing mother Lauren Modeen has taken to Twitter to ask why Delta Air Lines forced her to check her breast pump. Modeen was boarding Delta Flight 2034 last week, traveling from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The gate agents wouldn’t allow Modeen to board the January 19 flight with her breast pump, which was packed in her standard carry-on suitcase, Modeen said. She also had her purse and a cooler with ice packs to […]

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    Father facing heart-wrenching decision

    KINGSTON, Ontario (CBC News/CNN) – A Canadian family is facing a heart-wrenching choice – twin daughters who both need liver transplants and a father who can only make one donation. Michael and Johanne Wagner’s adopted three-year-old’s have a syndrome that affects liver function. Michael recently found out that he is a match and can donate liver tissue, but only enough for one of his children. They say they can’t choose between their daughters, so they are going to let doctors decide. […]

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    Dancing for the doctor who ordered her parents’ death

    LA JOLLA, California (CNN) — A black-and-white photo shows the 16-year-old ballerina at her prime, mere months before her world would be destroyed. She is dressed in a bathing suit, smiling radiantly while performing a gymnastic split. Edith Eva Eger says the portrait was taken by her first teenage crush: a Jewish boy named Imre. He, like so many others, would not survive the Holocaust. “I had my 17th birthday in Auschwitz,” Eger says. Seventy years later, Eger appears frail […]

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    Watch: ‘American Sniper’ widow speechless after successful rifle raffle

    (CNN) — For another weekend, moviegoers will be glued to their seats, watching the grit and turmoil of Chris Kyle, the real-life character portrayed in “American Sniper.” But for Kyle’s widow, Taya, the blockbuster hit is all too real. Fortunately, she’s not alone. Friday, Taya was left searching for words after the nonprofit organization AmericanSnipers.org awarded her family $62,000 from its successful rifle raffle. The group auctioned off five rifles from its site. One of the rifles was a replica […]

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    Programmer: Phone messages could put your information at risk

    Text messages from your phone company may pose a potential security problem. Apparently, the messages are easy to mimic and scammers could send you alerts that look like the real thing. Authorities say if you click on a link, a hacker could grab your log-in credentials or fool you into giving up your credit card. Computer programmer Dani Grant noticed the flaw with AT&T’s customer alert text message system. She was even able to duplicate one of the company’s messages […]

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    Bill Cosby’s TV son Malcolm-Jamal Warner speaks up in recent interview

    (CNN) — Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who played Theo Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” has been quiet about his onetime TV father, Bill Cosby — until now. In an interview with Billboard magazine, Warner said that Cosby was a major influence in his life, and it’s “painful” to watch him become the subject of rape allegations. “He’s one of my mentors, and he’s been very influential and played a big role in my life as a friend and mentor,” Warner said. “Just […]

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    iPhone or Android? Study shows smarter, richer people use…

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Are you an iPhone user? Congratulations! You’re probably smarter than the Android owner sitting next to you. A new study conducted by online advertising network Chitika found that states with more college graduates tend to also have higher iPhone sales. Alaska (66%), Montana and Vermont have the largest percentage of iPhone users. New Mexico (41%), Iowa and Delaware have the lowest share of iPhone sales per capita. Notably, Chitika found that increased wealth is also linked […]

  • A rare frilled shark was caught by a fisherman off Australia's southwest coast. The fish, looking like something out of "Alien," has more in common with "Jurassic Park." The six-foot long frilled shark is sometimes described as a fish "fossil that dates back 80 million years.
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    Rare frilled shark caught off Australian coast

    (CNN) — It looks like something out of “Alien,” but has more in common with “Jurassic Park.” It’s a rare frilled shark that has been caught by a fisherman in Australia, where no one remembers ever seeing one caught before. With a mouth packed full of needle-like teeth and a body like an eel, the six-foot long frilled shark is sometimes described as a fish “fossil” that dates back 80 million years. David Guillot says that it’s like nothing he […]

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    There might be a lot of college students going hungry today

    (CNN) — There might be a lot of college students going hungry today. A truck filled with ramen noodles crashed on a North Carolina highway Wednesday, spilling hundreds of boxes of the dorm-room dish and snarling traffic for hours while workers, some dressed in protective gear, cleaned up the mess. Trucker Larry Scholting was delivering a payload of Maruchan Ramen on I-95 when he fell asleep at the wheel early Wednesday morning near Rocky Mount. “I thought I could make it […]

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    New Kids on the Block, TLC, Nelly coming to Oklahoma City

    (CNN) — The New Kids on the Block are hangin’ tough on nostalgia. The boy band, colloquially known as NKOTB, announced they’re going back on tour this summer with special guests R&B group TLC and rapper Nelly. The pop group announced Tuesday that “The Main Event” tour will kick off May 1 in Las Vegas, and hit 40-plus cities in the U.S. and Canada. Tickets can be purchased starting January 31. “We always have something special up our sleeves,” said […]

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    Mother: Fifth-grader punished for creating backpack petition

    SEARCY, Ark.  – An Arkansas mother is furious after she says her fifth-grader was punished for starting a classroom petition. At Southwest Middle School, teachers come up with their own individual classroom rules. In two of her classes, Faeth McLemore was told she could not use her backpack. “Why not? I mean, they spent money to get me it and, like, everyone else gets to use it but our two classes don’t,” McLemore said. On Friday, McLemore created a ‘backpack […]