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Woman Charged for Murder in 1985 Shaken Baby Case

Terry McKirchy

Terry McKirchy is facing murder charges for a crime prosecutors say she committed almost four decades ago. In 1985, McKirchy pleaded no contest to attempted murder for shaking 5-month-old baby Benjamin Dowling causing lifelong brain damage. McKirchy was his babysitter at the time. Dowling, who lived his entire life with …

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Lay’s Introduces Limited-Edition Flavor Swap Potato Chips

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Lay’s has introduced a fun new mash-up of two of the brand’s most iconic snacks. Doritos and Funyuns are being transformed into Lays potato chips as part of a unique “Flavor Swap.” The Lay’s Doritos Cool Ranch features the same zesty taste fans love, but in potato chip form. The Lay’s Wavy …

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Twitter is Testing a New Shopping Feature

twitter shopping feature

Twitter is looking to enter the world of e-commerce as the next social media platform that allows users to shop directly from retail brands. The social network said on Wednesday that they are testing a feature in the U.S. that will allow users to shop and purchase products from brands through …

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PBS Classic Children’s Show “Arthur” to End After 25 Seasons

PBS Classic Children’s Show “Arthur” To End After 25 Years

The classic children’s show “Arthur” is slated to end next year after its 25th season. The PBS show about the life of a lovable aardvark in a yellow sweater is the longest-running kids’ cartoon in US television history. Kathy Waugh, the writer and editor who originally developed the show from …

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Maryland Man Arrested for Threatening Dr. Fauci in Chain of Emails

ANthony Fauci

Infectious disease scientist Dr. Anthony Fauci and his family were allegedly threatened with being “dragged into the street, beaten to death, and set on fire” by a 56-year-old man. A federal criminal complaint filed Monday charged Thomas Patrick Connally Jr. of Greenbelt, Maryland, with threats against a federal official and …

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Walmart to Cover College Tuition and Books Costs for its Employees

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Walmart announced on Tuesday that the big box retail giant would be covering college tuition and book costs to part-time and full-time employees. The educational program will be available to roughly 1.5 million workers. The company feels that this is a step in the right direction after experiencing staff shortages …

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