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How long does it take a car to reach to deadly temperatures?

Researchers found that within one hour, the temperature of a car parked in the sun on a 95-degree day registered 116 degrees inside. Remembering the heat danger in summertime could save the life of a child — or a pet.

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Southeast braces for impact of Subtropical Storm Alberto

It’s set to make landfall along the Gulf Coast around sunrise on Memorial Day. Hazards include storm surge, heavy rainfall and tornadoes as well as strong and gusty winds.

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Pilot kidnapped a student and tried to deport him to China, police say

California police say they thwarted a vigilante deportation attempt: The flight school instructor allegedly abducted a foreign student, took him to ...

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A pilot kidnapped a foreign student and tried to deport him to China, police say

Two flight school employees allegedly took a student from his home and drove him to the airport: destination China.

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Severe impacts from Subtropical Storm Alberto beginning in Florida and parts of the Southeast

Heavy rain, storm surge and tornadoes will affect the eastern Gulf Coast areas today and Memorial Day.

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‘Hero’ teacher released from hospital after Indiana school shooting, says congresswoman

Jason Seaman, 29, a former football player at Southern Illinois University and 13-year-old Ella Whistler were wounded by gunfire in the shooting.

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Alan L. Bean, Apollo 12 astronaut who walked on the moon, dies at 86

The fourth man on the moon, he also commanded a Skylab mission, then retired from NASA to become an artist.

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An American Airlines passenger was refused beer — so he screamed, fought and spit blood, FBI says

The man hurled slurs, fought and spit blood at passengers when he was refused another beer, according to the FBI.

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Bill Mallory, Indiana University’s winningest football coach, dies at 82

Mr. Mallory took the Hoosiers to six bowl games and led Colorado to the Orange Bowl.

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He was cleared of a rape charge. He had to show the jury his penis first.

"It was probably the strongest piece of evidence that we could offer,” defense attorney Todd Bussert said.

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Praying the pain away: Christianity’s presence at Santa Fe High grows after shooting

With a long history of blurring the line between church and state, the Texas school seeks comfort in God.

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'We have heard the message that something is broken': USC's president agrees to step down amid growing outrage over scandals

As the number of women who said they had been victimized by the school's longtime gynecologist continued to grow, the University of Southern California announced a leadership transition.

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At night she suffered through searing pain, by morning it mysteriously vanished

Two doctors blamed a kayaking injury. A scan eventually revealed something much scarier.

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