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VIDEO: Dunkin Donuts worker douses robber with hot coffee
A crook tried to rob a Dunkin Donuts by climbing through the drivethrue window, but the employee stopped him using the only weapon at his disposal: hot coffee.
'Mystery' LEGO spill shuts down highway
Part of interstate 79 was shut down in Harrison County, West Virginia on Sunday afternoon after a LEGO spill obstructed the road.
How to prevent food-borne illnesses
According to the CDC, each year one in six Americans become sick from food-borne illnesses, 128,000 need to be hospitalized and 3,000 people lose their lives.
Can eyes see outside of the head?
Recently, we have witnessed remarkable, fictional-sounding advancements in science and medicine. For our next trick, we're going to need a bucket of tadpoles with eyes on their butts and some good old-fashioned alternating current. In other words, things are about to get all kinds of weird.
Spring vacation travel tips
If you're thinking of taking a spring break trip but are just now getting around to planning it, you may find there are still some good deals, depending on where you want to go.
How to save on prescription drugs
Not having prescription drug coverage doesn't mean you have to pay a lot. Use these tips to cut costs.
100 years later, a brave suffragette on a horse still inspires
At the 100th anniversary of Washington's Women's Suffrage Parade on Sunday, participants will march in the bold tradition of suffragette Inez Milholland — even if they, and most of America, have never heard of her.
Police: Bus monitor hit N.Y. boy with buckle
A bus monitor accused of using a seat-belt buckle to hit a 5-year-old boy on an Oneonta, N.Y., school bus was arrested Thursday and has been fired from her job, city police said.
Teen pregnancy rates rise for first time since 1988
Teen pregnancy rates are on the rise for the first time in more than a decade, according to a new study released by Guttmacher Institute. The study looked at rates of teenage pregnancy, birth and abortion, and numbers of teenage pregnancies, births, abortions and miscarriages, by state from 1988 to 2008.
6 ways to tell if you're staying in a murder hotel
It's best if you do your research before embarking on your travels, not after. Here are some ways to determine whether or not you might have booked a room in a murder hotel.
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