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'Jimmy the Groundhog' turns on, bites Wisconsin mayor
In this photo provided by Christopher Mertes, Sun Prairie Mayor Jon Freund, left, leans in for Jimmy's prognostication just before being bitten on ear by the groundhog during the Groundhogs Day celebration Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 in Sun Prairie, Wis. Freund ...
Watch Groundhog Bite Mayor's EarNBCNews.com
Jimmy the Groundhog turns on Wisconsin mayorBoston Globe
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San Francisco Chronicle
Obama's Budget Targets High Cost of Cutting-Edge Drugs
With patients facing more exposure to the cost of revolutionary new medications, the budget President Barack Obama released Monday reopened a debate on whether government should use its buying power to squeeze the pharmaceutical industry for lower ...
How Obama would spend your money in 2016, agency by agencyBoston Herald
Obama administration seeks to negotiate Medicare drug pricesBangor Daily News
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New York Magazine
What Anti-Vaccinators Are Saying Online About the Disneyland Measles Outbreak
New York Magazine
As the Disneyland measles outbreak swells — the number of cases in the U.S. has ticked up to 102 infections in 14 states, most of which link back to the the iconic theme park — the anti-vaccination community has been having a crisis dialogue within its own ...
Lawmakers Ask For Hearing On Measles VaccinationCBS Local
Measles Outbreak Stirs Debate Over VaccinationsABC News
13 Numbers That Explain The Resurgence Of Measles In The USHuffington Post
Bay News 9 -WJHG-TV -Christian Science Monitor
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Wall Street Journal
Obama to Hold White House Meeting with Merkel
Voice of America
The White House says President Barack Obama will host German Chancellor Angela Merkel next Monday at the White House. It says the two leaders plan to meet in the Oval Office followed by a working lunch to discuss a wide range of topics, including ...
Obama hosting Germany's Merkel at the White House next weekThe Daily Progress
Germany's Angela Merkel to meet Barack Obama at White House on February 9Economic Times
Obama to host Germany's Merkel on February 9Daily Mail
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Yet another authority calls 2014 the hottest year on record
There has been much hoopla over last month's joint announcement, by NASA and NOAA, that 2014 was the hottest year on record. In particular, so-called climate “skeptics” have called into question the hottest year designation, noting that NASA was only 38 ...
UN weather agency says 2014 hottest yearSan Francisco Chronicle
2014 was 'hottest year on record', says UNThe Sun Daily
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Woman's claims about Prince Andrew, others reignite sex case
FILE - This July 27, 2006 arrest file photo made available by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office, in Florida, shows Jeffrey Epstein. First came the allegations late last year that Britain's Prince Andrew and a prominent American lawyer took part ... more >. By CURT ...
US Government Is Trying to Prevent 'Sex Slave' Virginia Roberts From Making ...Music Times
Prince Andrew's pal may have secretly filmed him with underage sex slaveNew Kerala
Prince Andrew's pal Ghislaine Maxwell may sue over madam allegationsMirror.co.uk
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Super Bowl making Monday busiest ever at Phoenix airport
PHOENIX (AP) — Officials say Super Bowl travel is expected to help make Monday the busiest day ever at Phoenix's main airport, but snowstorms elsewhere could cause delays. Sky Harbor International Airport said Sunday night that because of winter ...
Fog in Phoenix Causes Flight Delays, CancellationsABC News
Fog in causes flight delays, cancellations at start of Super BowlThe Augusta Chronicle
Phoenix Sky Harbor: Day after Super Bowl expected to be busiest travel day everABC15 Arizona
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Oregon Strippers Lobby for Better Work Conditions
New York Times
SALEM, Ore. — Any tourist guide to Portland will tell you about the strip clubs. There are dozens of them, something for any taste or any neighborhood, helped to ubiquity by Oregon's fierce protection of free speech. Tired of watching well-meaning strangers ...
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Snow Go: Travel Plans Hampered as Second Major Storm Rolls In
A large winter storm that first gathered over the Rocky Mountains and trudged toward the Midwest early Sunday was forecast to dump more than a foot of snow as it moved toward the Northeast — which still has a snow hangover from last week. And as early ...
Winter weather causing delays, cancellations at Florida airportsOrlando Sentinel
Winter Storm Linus Forcing Cancelations at MSP AirportKSTP.com
Midwest storm disrupts travel in Plains, MidwestKWCH
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