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    Kentucky county clerk defies Supreme Court, refuses to issue marriage licenses

    ROWAN COUNTY, Ky. – Despite an order from the U.S. Supreme Court, a county clerk in Kentucky is still refusing to issue marriage licenses. David Moore and David Ernold went to the Rowan County Clerk’s office for a marriage license, but were denied a fourth time. Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis says she is refusing to issue the licenses to same-sex couples “under the authority of God.” Davis says her religious beliefs will not allow her to issue marriage licenses […]

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    Millions of pounds of turkey bacon recalled

    Millions of pounds of turkey bacon are being recalled after manufacturers say it can spoil before its expiration date. Kraft-Heinz Foods is recalling 2 million pounds of Oscar Mayer’s turkey bacon. The bacon was produced between May 31, 2015 and August 6, 2015. The company says the turkey bacon may spoil before the “best when used by” date. The recall includes the following: 56 oz. cardboard boxes of Oscar Mayer “Selects Uncured Turkey Bacon” 36 oz. cardboard boxes of Oscar […]

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    Police: Two unconfirmed reports of suicides associated with Ashley Madison hack

    TORONTO, Canada – The company that owns the adultery website Ashley Madison is offering a $380,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the hackers responsible for leaking the data of millions of users. The offer from Canada-based Avid Life Media was announced Monday by the Toronto Police. “Team Impact, I want to make it very clear to you,” said Toronto Police Staff Superintendent Bryce Evans during a press conference on Monday. “Your actions are illegal and we will […]

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    Former NFL cheerleader sentenced to 48 weekends in jail for raping teen boy

    The woman who was once the oldest cheerleader in the NFL was sentenced to serve 48 weekends in jail after pleading guilty earlier this summer to a child sex abuse charge. Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck, 47, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree rape in June, admitting that she performed a sex act on a 15-year-old boy at a beach house in Delaware last Labor Day. Shattuck tearfully expressed remorse and apologized to the boy and his family. Shattuck pleaded for forgiveness, […]

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    Student medic dies after trying to save camper’s life

    PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – A young college student who was working as a medic at a summer camp died after trying to save a life. According to NBC News, 22-year-old Samantha Agins spent more than 30 minutes performing CPR on a woman in her 40s. Tragically, she was unable to save the woman. Agins then became ill, but paramedics thought she was simply in shock. Doctors later discovered she had torn an artery and had damage to her brain stem, injuries […]

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    Pain at the pump: Gas prices spike in the Midwest

    WASHINGTON – Drivers across the country are enjoying low gas prices at the end of summer. However, people in the Midwest are not being treated to those prices. Crude prices are at a six-year low, and analysts believe prices could go even lower. In South Carolina, regular unleaded gasoline is under $1.90 a gallon. However, that benefit is not being felt in the Midwest, where a dramatic spike in gas prices could continue. Problems at a BP facility in Indiana […]

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    Man steps out in pouring rain to protect fallen American flag

    What would you do if you saw an American flag on the ground, in the rain? One Kentucky man didn’t stop and wonder what to do. He took action. Security footage from a bank shows Michael Pritchard standing in the pouring rain, folding the flag. “It was just the right thing to do. There was a need that needed to be attended to,” Pritchard said. Pritchard told WPSD that he was on his way home from church when he saw the […]

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    Man accused in death of 2 adults, 6 children, was inside home for 14 hours before surrendering

    HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – Police say that the man accused of killing eight people inside a Harris County, Texas home over the weekend spent nearly 14 hours in the house. Officials say David Conley spent much of that time terrorizing the adults and children who later died, and many of the victims were bound by handcuffs. During much of the unimaginable ordeal, Valerie Jackson, mother to the six children, was writing secret messages via text and Facebook begging for family members […]

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    Report: ISIS may have captured 230 Christians in Syria

    QARYATAIN, Syria – Authorities in Syria fear that more than 200 Christians have been captured by ISIS on Friday, according to NBC News. At this point, 230 Christians are missing after heavy fighting in the area, said Nuri Kino, the president of Demand for Action. Meanwhile, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that 230 people had been kidnapped. Last February, the jihadists kidnapped at least 250 Christians during raids in the northeastern part of the country. See a mistake? […]

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    Extremely picky eating could be signs of a bigger problem

    NORTH CAROLINA — Most parents have encountered kids who like a certain food one day and then decide they hate it the next. Those are very typical picky eaters. They are not who this piece is about. “Ever since I can remember, I’ve always had problems eating things,” Corey Fader said. There is a small percentage of kids like Corey Fader, who literally only ate four of five foods growing up. Even now, as a business student at the University […]

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    NSA: Map reveals targets of massive Chinese cyber attack, Oklahoma on the list

    WASHINGTON – Over a five-year period, more than 600 corporate, private or government agencies were targeted by a massive cyber assault, according to NBC News. The network obtained a secret NSA map that shows the Chinese government’s cyber attack on all sectors of the U.S. economy, including the U.S. government, military and companies like Google. The map uses red dots to mark the more than 600 “Victims of Chinese Cyber Espionage.” The highest number of attacks were recorded in California, […]