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"All I can say is I'm sorry and ask for the Nation's forgiveness," Aaron Lewis posted on his Facebook account after getting the words wrong to the National Anthem.

Singer Aaron Lewis apologizes for National Anthem flub

Before Sunday night’s World Series game, rocker-turned-country star, Aaron Lewis, performed the national anthem at AT&T Park in San Francisco. It didn’t go very well. According to the Associated Press, Lewis made a crucial flub after the line “what so proudly we hailed.” “After starting with ‘O say can you see by ...

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5-year-old boy under observation for possible Ebola symptoms in New York

A 5-year-old boy is being monitored at a New York City hospital for possible Ebola symptoms, WABC-TV reports. http://twitter.com/joshbhaskell/status/526689346997723137 The boy, who recently visited Guinea with his family, was admitted to Bellevue Hospital on Sunday after running a 103-degree fever. He is not under quarantine and has not been tested for ...

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Police: Man steals canoe, ends up calling 911 for rescue from dangerous waters

During Saturday night’s dangerously high winds and stormy weather in Washington state, a man in his 20s sneaked onto a person's private beach property and stole a canoe, police said. Police said the man couldn't find a paddle and decided a shovel would suffice. >> Read more trending stories But ...

Simply Right wipes sold in Sam's Club were included in the voluntary recall.

Baby wipes recalled due to possible bacteria

Pennsylvania-based Nutek Disposables, Inc.is recalling baby wipes sold at retailers Walgreen’s, Family Dollar, Sam’s Club and internet retailer Diapers.com because some packages may be contaminated with bacteria, according to a Nutek news release distributed this morning by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The expanded nationwide voluntary product recall at ...

Swiss supermarket chain apologizes for Hitler coffee creamer containers

A Swiss supermarket chain is under fire after distributing coffee creamers with containers bearing images of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. http://twitter.com/NYMag/status/526437983948644353 According to The Associated Press, the chain, Migros, apologized and said it is breaking ties with Karo-Versand, which designed the containers. >> Read more trending stories Migros, which called the incident ...

Mother says daughter's school records posted on Instagram

An Atlanta mother is upset after she says her daughter's personal files were left out in a classroom and someone posted pictures of them on Instagram. Maisha Harris said the files showed her daughter's Social Security number, and she's worried about identity theft. “It shows schools, name, her last year’s ...

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Teen wounded in Seattle-area school shooting dies

UPDATE: Fourteen-year-old Gia Soriano, one of the teenagers wounded in the Washington school shooting last week, died Sunday night, according to The Associated Press. Three other students remain hospitalized. Gia's family released a statement: http://twitter.com/KIRO7Seattle/status/526601761541603329 This is a breaking news update. Read the original story below: Police in Washington state say ...

Elon Musk on artificial intelligence: 'We're summoning the demon'

It's hard to call Elon Musk a technophobe — the Tesla CEO has been a vocal proponent of space exploration, the electric car and something called a "hyperloop." But there's one bit of future tech Musk isn't so keen on: artificial intelligence. And during a recent MIT aerospace symposium, Musk issued a grave warning about the potential dangers of ...

Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras dies in car crash

Sad news out of professional baseball. St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras and his girlfriend have died in a car accident in the Dominican Republic, his home country. Taveras was 22. Details are still scarce, but USA Today reports that Dominican officials say Taveras and his girlfriend were involved in a crash while traveling to his hometown near ...

Health care workers say Ebola quarantines aren't the answer

A nurse who is currently quarantined in New Jersey after volunteering for Doctors Without Borders in West Africa is speaking out against her treatment.  In an op-ed for The Dallas Morning News, Kaci Hickox, who tested negative for the virus, painted a picture of disorganization from the authorities that quarantined her, and ...

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Duke porn star Belle Knox responds to 'Law & Order: SVU' episode based on her story

Belle Knox, a Duke University student who made headlines earlier this year after she was outed as a porn star, is speaking out after NBC aired a "Law & Order: SVU" episode loosely based on her story. http://twitter.com/HuffingtonPost/status/525953698921721856 Last Wednesday's episode, "Pornstar's Requiem," focuses on a college freshman who works ...

Google exec (accidentally) breaks free-fall jump record

If you're afraid of heights, maybe turn this video off right now. For everyone else, get ready to see something awesome. Thrill-seeker Alan Eustace was taken up into the stratosphere by a balloon while wearing a suit similar to those worn by astronauts and dropped nearly 136,000 feet. He fell so fast he broke ...

Can a hug cure Ebola fears?

Ever since Ebola made landfall in the U.S., the Obama administration and health professionals have been trying to curb fears about Ebola — most of them stemming from misinformation.  Maybe that’s why this moment Friday was so big. Dallas nurse and former Ebola patient Nina Pham was declared Ebola-free and was later embraced by ...

Body of missing UVA student Hannah Graham identified

Charlottesville, Virginia, police say remains found  are those of missing 18-year-old University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.  Volunteers found human remains on abandoned property in a local park. The medical examiner confirmed the remains were that of Graham. Graham was last seen on surveillance videos from the early morning hours of Sept. 13 after a night out ...

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Florida boy, 11, charged with killing rescue dog

An 11-year-old boy from Middleburg, Florida, is facing a felony animal cruelty charge in the killing of his mother's rescue dog. The Clay County Sheriff's Office spoke to the boy's mother, who said one of her dogs disappeared last month. She told investigators her son initially told her that he ...

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