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Wendy's Launches the Menu We've Always Wanted

Wendy’s wants to make you breakfast. For those that may not be aware, the fast-food chain currently only serves breakfast in approximately 300 of its 6000 locations. Wendy's will start serving breakfast across the United States next year. It's a big undertaking for the fast food company, which said...
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Marriage Rates Are Going Down Because of Broke Men: Study

Women looking for suitable male partners are having more problems than just a bunch of swipes left. Turns out, there aren’t enough rich men to go around. According to a study in the Journal of Family and Marriage , the lowering of marriage rates in the US is due to a lack of “economically...
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Find Out What’s the World’s Safest City

Many things go into picking the ultimate vacation, such as budget, weather, local attractions, and dining options. But regardless if you’re spending a week on the beach or traipsing through one of the biggest cities in the world, everyone wants to feel safe when they’re playing tourist. With that...
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Florida Baby Born During Dorian Named After Hurricane

A Florida couple will always remember the power of Hurricane Dorian. Kay Lisa McCloud and Anthony Davis weren’t expecting their baby to arrive until September 14 th . But as Hurricane Dorian was making its way towards the east coast of Florida, McCloud went into labor. On Monday at 11:07 am, she...
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Mattel Releases Iconic Barbies for Women's Equality Day

( KNX ) - In conjunction with Women's Equality Day, Mattel honors civil rights icon Rosa Parks with a Barbie in her likeness. Known as the mother of the modern civil rights movement, in 1955 Parks became a symbol of civil disobedience by refusing to give up her seat on a bus. Her stance launched...
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Record-Breaking Fires Rage in Amazon Rainforest

Brazil’s Amazon rainforest is experiencing record-breaking fires, and scientists are warning about what this could mean for climate change. According to CNN , fires in the Amazon have been tracked by the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) since 2013 and are now burning at the highest...
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Cats Know Their Name and Ignore You Anyway: Study

If you ever thought your cat was being aloof because it didn’t know its own name when you called them then you are in for quite the shock. A new study has found that our feline friends can actually distinguish their names from other sounds, so your kitty may just be ignoring you when you call for...
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Trump Makes First Public Comments Since Shootings

( AP/WCBS 880 ) -- President Donald Trump spoke for the first time publicly since the two mass shootings in Ohio and Texas, saying "hate has no place in our country." Addressing reporters in Morristown, New Jersey, Trump said Sunday that "we're going to take care" of the problem. He says he's been...
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FBI Releases Texas Shooter Mugshot; Hate-Filled Manifesto Is Linked to Him

( AP/1010 WINS ) — About 20 minutes before the shooting started at an El Paso Walmart , a rambling screed was posted to an online message board saying the massacre was in response to an "invasion" of Hispanics coming across the southern border. Titled "The Inconvenient Truth," it railed against the...
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Ohio Shooter IDed; His Sister Is Among the Dead

DAYTON, Ohio (1010 WINS/AP) — The gunman who opened fire in a popular nightlife area of Dayton, Ohio, early Sunday morning, killing nine and injuring at least 27 -- the second U.S. mass shooting in less than 24 hours -- has been identified: Connor Stephen Betts, 24, of Bellbrook, Ohio. Law...
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