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  • Things You Should Never Buy at Aldi

    Haven't shopped at an Aldi supermarket yet? After steadily expanding its footprint in the eastern part of the country over the past 40 years - the first U.S. store opened in Iowa in 1976 - Aldi is now adding locations in Southern California. There are few shelves, few employees and none of the amenities you've come to expect from the likes of Wegmans or Whole Foods.

    Kiplinger
  • One by one, 3 utility workers descended into a manhole. One by one, they died.

    When a utility worker in Key Largo, Fla., noticed that a section of a paved street was not settling properly, he decided to remove a manhole cover and descend into the earth. Moments later on Monday morning, the 15-foot-deep hole went silent. Sensing the man was trapped, a fellow utility worker climbed into the drainage hole to rescue him. When he, too, stopped responding, a third worker entered the same hole. All three men died, overcome by poisonous fumes underground, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. A Key Largo firefighter who made a desperate attempt to save the men also became unconscious within seconds. The firefighter, Leonardo Moreno, an eight-year veteran of the

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  • Ex-president George H.W. Bush moved to intensive care; wife hospitalized

    Bush, who at 92 is the nation's oldest living ex-president, has been at Houston Methodist Hospital since Saturday after experiencing shortness of breath, family spokesman Jim McGrath said on Wednesday. Since then, Bush experienced an "acute respiratory problem stemming from pneumonia" and was sedated for the unspecified procedure, his office said.

    Reuters 10 mins ago
  • This Is What a $250 Million House Looks Like

    As a glut of mega-homes hits the L.A. market, developers are taking it up a notch.

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  • Teacher Pregnant by Student Gets 10 Years in Jail

    Alexandria Vera, 24, pleaded guilty last year to aggravated sexual assault of a child and was hoping to avoid prison and just get probation.

    Cosmopolitan
  • Kate Gosselin's Strict Demands: Pats Down Her Kids After They Visit Jon Gosselin (EXCLUSIVE)

    In the new issue of In Touch, sources reveal shocking new claims about how Kate Gosselin treats her eight kids. While the kids seem to be living it up during their TLC show Kate Plus 8, when the cameras aren’t rolling the fun stops. From constant surveillance and endless chores to regular pat-downs and strict edicts about what they can and can’t wear while visiting their dad, Jon Gosselin, the Gosselin children, claims an insider, “are prisoners in their own home.” (Photo Credit: Getty Images) Kate is especially unyielding when it comes to the kids visiting their father. “Kate says no clothing or belongings can be brought from her house to Jon’s house, so the kids arrive for visitation [at Jon’s]

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  • Teen abducted as newborn still loves only mom she's known

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — An 18-year-old woman abducted as a newborn from a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, says she still loves the only mother she has known.

    Associated Press
  • Ask Amy: Former actress re-creates soap opera at wedding

    Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I (we’re gay) recently decided to get married, but my fiance and various family members suggest that we exclude my 92-year-old grandmother from the wedding. My grandmother regularly shocks people. She says offensive and hurtful comments to everyone to elicit a reaction, regardless of the setting or situation. She loves to call people “fat” or “dumb,” uses female pronouns for my fiance and me, and (our favorite) -- lights cigarettes indoors or in restaurants. She’s very “with it” and according to her doctors, exhibits no signs of senility. She was a soap opera actress in the ’50s and ’60s, so we think she just enjoys the attention. My parents have talked to her about

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