• Another day, another typo from President Donald Trump.

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  • I wants it.

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  • Calif. Mom's Suicide by Fire Kills Her Twins: Police

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  • DEAR AMY: I recently helped my sister give a baby shower for her daughter-in-law, “Linda.” Linda’s mother and sister were on the invitation as co-hosts. The shower was at my sister’s house, and she provided the food (about 10 platters), decorations, flowers, etc. Linda’s mother brought one food item for about 12 people, though she knew we were expecting at least 20. Linda’s sister brought the cake. At the end of the shower, we were busy with guests and carrying all the gifts to the car. Linda’s mother and sister put away the food. After my sister and I washed all the dishes, cleaned and rearranged the house, we decided to have some of the leftover food. Amy, we couldn’t find anything: no fruit,

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  • Check out which shows got the green light for another season in 2018. Continue reading.

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  • For Mark and Amanda Tew, taking a yearlong mini-retirement in Nicaragua with their four children just felt right. Mark has always had a love for Latin America, and he previously told Business Insider he felt the whole premise of traditional retirement was faulty. "Waiting until I'm 65 when I'm likely less able or healthy enough to do the things I've always wanted to do doesn't make a lot of sense to me," he said. "Since I'm not retiring early anytime soon, a mini-retirement seemed like a great way to spend quality time and have a great new experience as a family." He continued: "One thing I knew was that if I didn't just take the plunge and go have this experience with my family, I would regret

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  • People sometimes take recreational drugs to escape, or to feel good. But a substance that is currently becoming an "epidemic" in the UK, according to police in the north of England, is causing psychotic, violent behaviour. The drug, known as "monkey dust," is sweeping across the northern UK, and is said to make users feel as though they have incredible strength akin to the Hulk, and can make them act dangerously - scaling buildings and jumping from great heights. It's the same drug as "bath salts" which have been linked to reports of "face-eating attacks" in the US in recent years. Bath salts used to be readily available to buy in the US in American petrol stations and convenience stores, but

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