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Oct 6, 2015

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  • Cops: Teen Accused of Killing, Raping His Teacher Said 'I Became the Teacher' After Murder

    Collegen Ritzer, 24, was found with her throat slit in the woods in Danvers, Mass. Her 14-year-old student was charged with her rape and murder.

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  • Loudoun’s Lowest Priced 3-Level Garage Townhomes


    Westridge in Aldie offers the lowest-priced, 3-level townhomes from the upper $200s. The Hepburn offers optional 4th level lofts & outdoor decks!

  • The $14 billion daily fantasy sports industry is 'erupting' in scandal

    News just broke about scandal in the booming daily fantasy sports industry.  According to a New York Times report posted Monday, DraftKings and FanDuel are mired in "what amounted to allegations of insider trading, that employees were placing bets on information not available to the public." Here's more from New York Times reporters Joe Drape and Jacqueline Williams:  Last week, a DraftKings employee admitted to inadvertently releasing data before the start of the third week of N.F.L. games, a move akin to insider trading in the stock market. The employee – a midlevel content manager — won $350,000 at rival site FanDuel that same week. The incident has raised questions about who at daily fantasy

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  • Why Kaley Cuoco Ended Her Marriage With Ryan Sweeting

    If Kaley Cuoco has seemed unusually upbeat after her split from husband Ryan Sweeting, it might be because she saw the breakup coming.

  • Referees screw up crucial call at end of Lions-Seahawks

    The fumble by Calvin Johnson near the goal line cost the Lions a potential win, and the referees missed an illegal bat by Seattle's K.J. Wright in the end zone that sealed the deal. When Calvin Johnson fumbled the ball at the half-yard line going in for a touchdown, he seemingly cost the Detroit Lions a chance at their first victory of the season. Except, the ball should have gone back to the Lions, half the distance to the goal, first down.

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  • Syria's skies crowded with multiple air forces

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The skies over Syria are increasingly crowded — and increasingly dangerous. The air forces of multiple countries are on the attack, often at cross purposes in Syria's civil war, sometimes without coordination. And now, it seems, they are at risk of unintended conflict.

    Associated Press
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    Start out with smart technology for your new home with AT&T Digital Life.

  • Sleepy Puppy Sees Human Baby Sleeping and Does the Sweetest Thing … 1:46 Seconds in … OMG! (VIDEO)

    There is possibly nothing more endearing in this world than the sight of a cute baby of any species trying to experience the mundane wonders life has to offer. Watching their bemused and delighted reactions to new sights, tastes, sounds and things reminds us all just how precious every little moment is and how we tend to take it all for granted. The baby in this video seems to be doing what three-month old babies of all species do very well (enjoying nap time!). But the baby is hardly the star here. It’s Callie, his little three-month old puppy companion who really manages to steal the show. This adorable duo likely enjoyed a lot of play time that day and Callie seems to be ready for a nap herself.

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  • Racist Bro Posts Offensive Comments Alongside Photo of Black Co-Worker's Kid, Goes Viral

    Since the photo and ensuing hashtag have both gone viral, one of the commenters has allegedly been fired.

  • Hunter escapes attack by shoving arm down bear's throat

    GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — A Montana bow hunter is recovering after he survived a grizzly bear mauling by remembering a tip from his grandmother and shoving his arm down the animal's throat. Chase Dellwo, 26, was hunting with his brother northwest of the town of Choteau on Saturday when he came face-to-face with a 350- to 400-pound male grizzly, the Great Falls Tribune reported (http://gftrib.com/1WGK9mk ). Dellwo was walking up a creek bed, hoping to drive a herd of elk to a ridge where his brother was waiting. He was only 3 feet from the bear when he noticed it. He said the grizzly had been sleeping and didn't see him coming, possibly because of the snow, rain and 30 to 40 mph winds. Dellwo

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