Colorado skier killed in avalanche, marking state’s 1st such fatality of the season
Jan22

Colorado skier killed in avalanche, marking state’s 1st such fatality of the season

iStock/Thinkstock(SAN MIGUEL COUNTY, Colo.) — A backcountry skier died in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado Sunday, marking the state’s first known avalanche fatality of the season, authorities said.The skier was “caught, killed&rd…

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Multimillion-dollar Malibu home teetering after mudslide
Jan18

Multimillion-dollar Malibu home teetering after mudslide

ABC News(MALIBU, Calif.) — A three-story home in Malibu, California, was seen teetering near the top of a canyon following recent mudslides.Photos and video showed the foundation of a multimillion-dollar home crumbling, as its retaining wall had parti…

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Toddler swings baseball bat like a star slugger
Jan18

Toddler swings baseball bat like a star slugger

Leah Willig(LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga.) — Asher Willig isn’t even two-years-old yet and he’s already a bit of a baseball phenomenon — to his family and to those watching his batting videos anyway.From the living room to the batting cage, Asher, 22 months, ha…

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New documentary on the alt-right sheds light on the movement’s alleged roots
Jan18

New documentary on the alt-right sheds light on the movement’s alleged roots

ABC News(NEW YORK) — You might think you know the full story of the so-called alt-right, known for their venomous racism and virulent anti-feminism. But a new documentary is shedding light on what it says is one of the most surprising roots of the mov…

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2nd person in a week killed by new high-speed train in Florida
Jan18

2nd person in a week killed by new high-speed train in Florida

iStock/Thinkstock(BOYNTON BEACH, Fla.) — Two people have died in Florida after being struck by new high-speed Brightline trains on the state’s East Coast Railway tracks, sparking concerns about pedestrian safety and calls for a federal investigation.B…

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