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Portland Flushes 38 Million Gallons of Water Over One Man’s Pee

Portland Flushes 38 Million Gallons of Water Over One Man’s Pee

Though they concede it is unlikely that the citizenry was endangered, officials in Portland, Ore., have decided to drain 38 million gallons of water from a reservoir after a young man was observed urinating into it Wednesday.

Florida Court: Employers Can’t Discriminate Against Pregnant Women

Florida Court: Employers Can’t Discriminate Against Pregnant Women

The Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that employers cannot discriminate against pregnant women under the state’s civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination.

Death-defying ride goes viral

Death-defying ride goes viral

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KFC’s wildest sandwich returns

KFC’s wildest sandwich returns

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‘ROCK SOLID’ EVIDENCEAstronomers discover most Earth-like planet yet

‘ROCK SOLID’ EVIDENCEAstronomers discover most Earth-like planet yet

PHOTOS: The best new 84 photos of our universe Vision risks for astronauts could be a Mars mission ‘showstopper,’ NASA scientist says SpaceX will try again Friday to launch cargo to ISS

FIRST BREAK IN CRISIS?1st-step deal to de-escalate in Ukraine

FIRST BREAK IN CRISIS?1st-step deal to de-escalate in Ukraine

TOP DIPLOMATS FROM the US, European Union, Russia and Ukraine reach an agreement after marathon talks Thursday on immediate steps to ease the crisis in Ukraine. Kerry reacts to report that Jews in Ukrainian city told to register US sending helmets, other non-lethal military aid to Ukraine Putin stresses right to use force in Ukraine amid deadly clashes at base EU warns Russia on using gas supplies for threat OPINION: Putin’s plans for Ukraine include breaking country apart

Zeke Emanuel: Census Changes Not Aimed at ‘Cooking Books’ on ACA

Zeke Emanuel: Census Changes Not Aimed at ‘Cooking Books’ on ACA

The administration of President Barack Obama was not aiming at “cooking the books” on Obamacare by changing Census Bureau questions in order to obscure the law’s effects, said Zeke Emanuel, an architect of the healthcare law.

Budget office: Wage boost would cost firms $15B

Budget office: Wage boost would cost firms $15B

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Wisconsin college offers opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities

Wisconsin college offers opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities

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1 suspect caught, 1 at large in FBI manhunt for kidnapper of prosecutor?s dad

1 suspect caught, 1 at large in FBI manhunt for kidnapper of prosecutor?s dad

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