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More than 100 million Americans are affected by stress and a new ranking shows exactly where in the U.S. they're most likely to feel it. Did your city make the list?
A Child Gets Stuck Inside A Running Washing Machine
A mother's 3-year-old daughter got stuck inside a new airtight washing machine, which was tumbling and filling with water. She is sharing her story as a way to warn parents.
Delicious Pineapple Recipes By Chef Paul McCullough
Hollywood Chef Paul McCollough teaches us how to incorporate more pineapple into our lives! Find out how to select the perfect one and take a note of his delicious recipes!
What Made MGM Sue The Victims Of The Las Vegas Shooting?
Brian Unger shares his opinion on the MGM lawsuit against the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. Find out why he says MGM is 'shopping for judges.' Also, what's the worst question you've been asked during a job interview? And check out the viral picture o
A Train With Detachable Wings?
A company based in France is working on a prototype for a train-like tube that can transform into a plane. The goal is to clear up traffic at airports.
Mother Of 7 Feeds The Kids In Her Neighborhood
A mother of 7 is being called a hero for spending her summer giving out free lunches to the kids in her neighborhood. She says parents rely on free school lunches and are struggling to feed their kids while they're on break.
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