Malia Obama To Attend Harvard University In 2017President Barack Obama's daughter Malia will take a year off after high school and attend Harvard University in 2017.
1 Teen Dead, Another Injured After Being Ejected From Carnival RideOne teenage girl was killed and another was injured when they were ejected from a whirling ride at an El Paso church carnival.
Chipotle Celebrates 'Teacher's Day' With Buy One Get One Free DealChipotle is giving back to teachers in honor of Teacher Appreciation Day.
Woman, 4 Grandchildren Killed In East Texas FloodingA 64-year-old woman and four grandchildren were killed early Saturday after a creek flooded an East Texas neighborhood.
Temple Professor Explains Psychological Impact Of Social Media After NFL Draftees Twitter BlunderUniversity of Mississippi Offensive Lineman, Laremy Tunsil slid to the 13th draft position. The social media slip-up that likely got him there upstaged most all of the night’s franchise picks.
The Libertarian Candidate For President Wants Voters To Join A 'Generational Movement'Austin Peterson, the Libertarian candidate for President, discusses what differentiates them from the Democrats and Republicans.
Dunkin' Donuts Heats Up Competition With Starbucks By Going After Espresso DrinksDunkin' Donuts is going after Starbucks' coveted customers by more aggressively featuring espresso drinks like lattes and macchiatos.
Warrants Served In Probe Stemming From San Bernardino AttackEimiller says the U.S. attorney's office is expected to issue a statement.
Viral Video Shows Men Cringe To Read Mean Tweets To Women Sports Media MembersA video is making people very uncomfortable showing mean tweets being read to two women sports media members.
Ed Rendell: Elizabeth Warren A More Likely VP Pick Than Bernie SandersEd Rendell says Bernie Sanders will not be Hillary Clinton's VP pick.
Michael Steele: Cruz Gamble On Fiorina Comes Too LateFormer RNC Chairman Michael Steele says Ted Cruz naming Carly Fiorina as his running mate is a political play that comes too late.
Family Of Teen Killed In School Assault 'Don't Fall Victim To Scams'The family of a teenage girl who died after an assault in a Delaware school has released a statement condemning scammers who have tried to profit off their loss.

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