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    Viral Video: Three grandmothers smoke weed for the first time

    SEATTLE, Wash. – This video of three grandmothers smoking pot for the first time has gone viral. After they smoked, a group gave the three women snacks and games to play — and the result was this 6-minute video. The video has more than 8 million YouTube views. Using marijuana for recreational use is legal […]

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    KFOR-TV 7-Eleven Stores Giveaway Sweepstakes Official Rules

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN, NOR WILL A PURCHASE IMPROVE ONE’S CHANCES OF WINNING. 1.  Eligibility:  Entrants must be legal US residents, at least 18 years old or above, as determined by KFOR-TV and reside in the Oklahoma City Designated Market Area (“DMA”) as defined by the Nielsen Company.   Void where prohibited and […]

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    Guests fined for leaving review of ‘filthy, dirty rotten’ hotel on TripAdvisor

    (CNN) — When a couple left scathing comments on a travel review website that a hotel in northern England they had stayed at was a “filthy, dirty rotten stinking hovel,” they thought no more about it. But Tony and Jan Jenkinson were shocked later to see an extra £100 ($156) added to their credit card […]

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    Target customers and profits are back after hack

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Have customers finally forgiven Target for last year’s massive credit and debit card data breach? The answer appears to be yes. The retailer reported an uptick in third quarter earnings Wednesday. In one key metric, noted Brian Sozzi, an analyst with Belus Capital Advisors, the percentage of people who have adopted […]

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    Study: Does baby aspirin really prevent heart attacks?

    Many people take a daily dose of baby aspirin to prevent heart attacks, but new research suggests that it may do nothing unless you already have heart disease. It has been well-documented that aspirin can help prevent a heart attack, but only after you’ve already had one. “Baby aspirin may not be good at preventing […]

  • Two knife- and ax-wielding Palestinian men broke into a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday morning, Nov. 18, 2014, and killed four Israeli worshipers, Israeli police said.
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    Three Americans, one British man killed at synagogue in Jerusalem, police say

    (CNN) — A large crowd of mourners gathered in Jerusalem on Tuesday just hours after four Israeli worshipers — all of whom held either dual U.S. or British citizenship — were killed by Palestinians wielding axes and a gun, Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told CNN. At 7 a.m. local time, Moshe Twersky, 59; Aryeh […]

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    Best cruise lines include Royal Caribbean, Disney

    (CNN) — Wash your hands, slap on some hand sanitizer and put the latest norovirus outbreak on a cruise ship out of your mind. Nearly 22 million travelers are expected to hop on board cruises this year to set sail for fun and exciting locations, enjoying the dining, entertainment and sun available on cruise ships […]

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    Chances are, your teen has sexted

    (CNN) — If you think “my teen would never sext,” you might be mistaken. And if you think the only teens who sext are the ones engaging in high-risk behaviors, like drinking, using drugs or skipping school, keep reading. Two recent studies suggest that sexting is more common than many parents might realize or want […]

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    NFL suspends Adrian Peterson without pay for season

    CNN) — Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson learned Tuesday he will be suspended without pay for the rest of the 2014 NFL season, according to an NFL statement. He will not be reinstated before April 15 because he violated the league’s personal conduct policy “in an incident of abusive discipline that he inflicted […]

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    Parents can know more about their baby earlier than ever

    Pregnancy can be an exciting time for the parents. Thanks to some rapidly developing medical technology, parents can know more about their baby earlier than ever. “Previously, our blood testing was done at 16 weeks, and you didn’t know about the abnormalities until 17,” said Dr. Gary Madden, OB/GYN. Now, parents are getting answers just […]

  • Oklahoma City hospital increases the odds of surviving an aneurysm

    OKLAHOMA CITY — One in fifty people are living with a brain aneurysm, about six million people nationwide. If a brain aneurysm ruptures, many are killed immediately; most have permanent neurological deficits. Women are more often affected than men. “It took me down.” said Norma Cates. “I remember my head bouncing off the floor in […]