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  1. Ron was a fighter, and so is his only child, Allena Anglen. Despite her grief, she has thrown herself into raising money for the PurpleStride Walk for pancreatic cancer Sunday at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.

  2. A virtual Prince gets plenty of love in concert

    Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune3 hours ago

    Dig if you will this picture: Prince performing on a giant video screen, on the eve of the second anniversary of his death, accompanied by 13 live musicians on the stage below him. When ...

  3. A handful of former federal prosecutors who signed a letter calling for the appointment of a special counsel last May now find themselves playing a role in the government's ...

  4. The article in question comes from The State, a newspaper from Columbia, SC who's routinely covered Mason since he was in high school at Rock Hill Northwestern. Mason's back home in South ...

  5. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks to Sam Sanders, host of NPR's It's Been a Minute about the philosophy of Kanye West, as discerned from his tweets. Sanders, a self-described "Kanye enthusiast ...

  6. The rich are optimistic that they're going to live a long life. Of 5,000 wealthy investors recently surveyed by UBS Wealth Management, each of whom had at least $1 million in investable ...

  7. A Debt Crisis Seems To Have Come Out Of Nowhere

    Oregon Public Broadcasting11 hours ago

    Over the last five years a worrisome number of low income countries have racked up so much debt they are now at high risk of being unable to pay it back — with potentially devastating ...

  8. This weekend marks a painful milestone for a Tulsa family. Sandra Wilson hurts just as much Friday as she did on April 22, 2008. It happened in the middle of the night at her son ...

  9. The Oakland Athletics take a step up in class when they attempt to improve upon their four-game winning streak Friday night in the opener of a three-game series against the Boston ...

  10. Having a single concussion may increase a person's risk for Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests — but the overall risk of developing the disease still remains low.

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