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Students say sex ed club will be better than health class
Students at St. Louis Park High School say learning about sex ed in class doesn't allow for meaningful discussion. They say teens are more likely listen to peers than teachers. ...
Health officials worry about kids and e-cigarettes
Even as e-cigarettes help people quit smoking, they may also hook kids on nicotine. ...
After 522 years, Spain seeks to make amends ror expulsion of Jews
Spain's monarchy decimated the Jewish population by expelling, killing or forcibly converting Jews in 1492. Now the country may offer their descendants Spanish citizenship. ...
Somalia's Al-Shabab attacks African peacekeepers
The African Union has condemned an assault on the organization's main base in Somalia by al-Shabab extremists that killed three AU soldiers and a civilian contractor. ...
Ebola survivor: 'You feel like a ghost'
Dr. Senga Omeonga says his days in treatment were "a living hell." And the experience has changed his view of the world -- and the way he treats patients. ...
Strong finish for economy after bad winter
The economy was floored by the polar vortex early on in 2014 -- plus, businesses and consumers were still a little dazed by a government shutdown and debt ceiling fight late in 2013. But it turned around. ...
The miracle of skepticism
The kids are all grown at Casa NewsCut and they're not around today, so I'm sitting here reminiscing about Christmas mornings past and, for the record, not feeling guilty at all about the big lie. ...
'The Interview' gets nationwide theatrical release
A comedy that centers on a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, will open today in nearly 300 independent theaters nationwide. ...
More protests sparked after shooting near Ferguson
Dozens of protesters held a vigil late Wednesday at the gas station in the St. Louis suburb where Antonio Martin was shot. They briefly blocked I-170. ...
CDC monitoring tech for possible Ebola exposure
The incident may have involved the mishandling of the Ebola virus at the CDC in Atlanta. ...
Minnesota theaters unfazed by threats surrounding 'The Interview'
Minnesota theaters showing "The Interview" say it's business as usual. Few theaters are beefing up security or changing their normal routines. ...
Minnesota sees 3rd pediatric flu death of the season
A state health official said the child had an underlying health condition. But she warned that this year the flu is hitting early and hard. ...
Big data and the delayed flight
This is the time of the year when a few long-held beliefs of childhood get exposed (wink wink) and now today comes another: the pilot of your delayed flight really can't make up time in the air to offset the delay on the ground. ...
U.S. strikes have killed 1,100 ISIS fighters and cost $1 billion
In total, the United States carried out 488 airstrikes in Syria through Dec. 15. ...
Sending your holiday mail by way of Rudolph, Wis.
Around Christmas, people around the world covet a Rudolph, Wisconsin, postmark on their cards and letters. ...
Sony streaming 'The Interview' on YouTube, other sites
The comedy is now available to rent in HD on Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft's Xbox Video and a dedicated website for $5.99. ...
Mother charged in drowning death of child
A young mother told police that she drowned her 6-year-old daughter in the bathtub "to save her from the world." ...
Sony to stream 'The Interview' on YouTube, other sites starting tonight
Starting at 10 p.m. PST, the comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco will be available to rent in HD on Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft's Xbox Video and a dedicated website. ...
In the footsteps of Lawn Chair Larry
In the category of 'Some Things Never Get Old,' we nominate 'people who tie balloons to a chair (or house) and go for a ride.' ...
Police kill man in St. Louis area, sparking new anger
Protests over a police killing have returned to the St. Louis area, after a Berkeley, Missouri, officer shot and killed an armed 18-year-old black man Tuesday night. ...
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