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Women Who Exercise May Live Longer, Study Says

A new study has found that women who exercise vigorously appear to live longer, reported “ Today .” Women who exercise appear to live longer, study finds https://t.co/AESQruSvpn — TODAY (@TODAYshow) December 9, 2019 More specifically, physically active women had less of a chance of dying from heart...
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Arizona Man Registers Bees as Service Animals

An Arizona man is causing a sting for his service animal. David Keller thinks people are taking advantage of the relative ease it is to declare a pet as a service animal, so he registered a swarm of bees to prove his point, according to the New York Post. Arizona man registers swarm of bees as...
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Kindergartener Invites Whole Class to His Adoption Hearing

In a packed courtroom filled with kids, one boy’s life was about to change forever. Michael Clark Jr., from East Grand Rapids, Michigan was over the moon about his adoption day . He was so excited that he invited his whole kindergarten class to his adoption hearing, according to Good Morning...
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Woman Sentenced to Prison for Lying on Her Resume to Secure $185,000 Salary Job

Woman was sentenced to 25 months in prison for securing a job by lying on her resume about her references and job experience. She even impersonated one of her references herself. See the details.
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Woman Sentenced to Prison for Lying on Her Resume to Secure $185,000 Salary Job

An Australian woman was slapped with a 25-month prison sentence for lying on her resume and giving fake references. Veronica Hilda Theriault was convicted on charges of deception, dishonesty, and abuse of public office after making the false claims to secure a position with the Australian...
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Woman Finds Semi-Automatic Rifle Inside Baby Shower Gift Bought at Goodwill

A woman in Florida got an unexpected surprised after purchasing a baby shower present: a semi-automatic rifle. Veronica Alvarez-Rodriguez picked up the unopened item from a Goodwill store in Valparaiso, Florida on the way to a friend’s baby shower. She didn’t realize what was inside until she...
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Melody Maddox is the first woman sheriff of DeKalb County (GA)

Melody Maddox First Female DeKalb County Sheriff

When she was a beat officer with the DeKalb County Police Department, Melody Maddox became known as Mad Dog Maddox. "I was still a lady in uniform. I was firm, but I was fair" says Maddox, the first female to lead the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department. She says it's not just history for her, but...
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Dr. Jamal Bryant discusses Year One at the helm of New Birth MIssionary Baptist Church

Exclusive: Jamal Bryant Grateful Enemy Has Not Had Victory

A new partnership between New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in metro Atlanta and EBONY Magazine will have several legs. The two entities are working to free 1000 non-violent offenders by New Years Eve, which Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant says "We're working ferociously to get (that) done." So how'd...
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Atlanta City Council members during a February Work Session on Compliance Office

Rooting Out Atlanta City Hall Corruption

It's the first step towards creating an Inspector General position, aimed at rooting out corruption in Atlanta City Hall. The entire Atlanta City Council has signed on as sponsors of the legislation. Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore says the Office of Inspector General would hold...
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The Catch and Kill Podcast: Q&A with Ronan Farrow

Ronan Farrow, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and bestselling author, joined KYW Newsradio’s Reporters Roundup to preview his new podcast, “The Catch and Kill Podcast.” Over two years, Farrow investigated and uncovered allegations of sexual abuse by the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein...
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