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Verizon Settles With FCC Over 'Supercookies' Allegations

Verizon has agreed to pay a fine over allegations it did not tell customers it was adding "supercookies." Those trackers keep collecting data on users even when he or she tries to delete all cookies.
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Michigan Voters Expected To Give Trump Another Win In The Primary Column

In Michigan, Donald Trump has been steadily leading in the Republican polls. Ted Cruz and John Kasich have been rallying their supporters in hopes of making a stronger than expected showing.
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A Retirement Community Where Hollywood Takes Care Of Its Own

The Motion Picture and Television Fund is home to 200-plus residents who once worked on screen, behind cameras and in production rooms and secretarial pools.
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National Parks Have A Long To-Do List But Can't Cover The Repair Costs

Parks are expensive for obvious reasons: Visitor centers need displays, and roads need repairs. But there's also upkeep of the Grand Canyon's sewage operations and of Independence Hall's sprinklers.
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National Portrait Gallery Honors Nancy Reagan; Funeral Is Friday

"Reagan Red" is on display at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery which is honoring Nancy Reagan, who died on Sunday at age 94.
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See The 'Best Minnesota High School Hockey Hair' Featuring Lots Of Mullets

In the 2016 "awards" video, the narrator ranks the hairstyles of high school hockey players. Now in its fifth year, the video even features appearances from ESPN's hockey analyst Barry Melrose.
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On Race, Sanders And Clinton Stumble But Engage

The Vermont senator has been drawing criticism for saying at Sunday's debate, "When you're white, you don't know what it's like to be living in a ghetto."
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Polygamous Border Towns In Utah And Arizona Violated Non-Church Members' Rights

The towns serve as headquarters for the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, known as FLDS. A jury found them guilty of discriminating against nonmembers.
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Jury Awards Erin Andrews $55 Million In Lawsuit Over Nude Video

A stalker filmed the Fox sportscaster through a peephole in a hotel door in 2008. The video was put online, where it was viewed millions of times. Andrews sued the hotel for $75 million in damages.
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From Ugly To Hip: Misfit Fruits And Veggies Coming To Whole Foods

Lots of tasty and nutritious produce ends up in landfills because it fails to meet retail beauty standards. Now, Whole Foods and Giant Eagle say they're ready to pilot sales of these wonky edibles.

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