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Webb supports Common Core

Webb supports Common Core

State Representative Curt Webb, R-District 5, said he is a supporter of the Common Core state standards which he said lay out a description of what students should know and the skills they must acquir
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Cafeteria Worker Tried Stopping Washington School Shooter

Cafeteria Worker Tried Stopping Washington School Shooter

ABC News(MARYSVILLE, Wash.) -- A cafeteria worker tried stopping a freshman homecoming prince who opened fire inside his Washington state high school, killing one person and injuring four others - including two of his relatives - before shooting himself.

The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office said in a statement Saturday that it had finished its on-scene investigation of the shooting at Marysvill...

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US Military Launches 23 Airstrikes Targeting ISIS in Iraq, Syria

US Military Launches 23 Airstrikes Targeting ISIS in Iraq, Syria

Stocktrek Images/Thinkstock(MOSUL, Iraq) -- U.S military forces conducted 23 airstrikes in Iraq and Syria on Friday and Saturday, many of them in the area of the Mosul Dam.

Only one of the 23 airstrikes was against a target in Kobani, Syria, which has been at risk of falling into the hands of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria for weeks. That strike destroyed an ISIS artillery piece, according ...

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Study Says Listening to Gossip Impacts Self Evaluation

Study Says Listening to Gossip Impacts Self Evaluation

Ridofranz/iStockphoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Researchers from the Netherlands say that listening to gossip impacts the way we judge ourselves.

The study, published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, looked at two separate groups, consisting of a total of 305 undergraduate students. The students listened to either positive or negative gossip, and found that either form co...

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Man Beats One in 9.7 Trillion Odds to Win Same Lottery Twice

Man Beats One in 9.7 Trillion Odds to Win Same Lottery Twice

Hemera/Thinkstock(NORWOOD, Mass.) -- A man accidentally won the same lottery twice for a payout of $546,000.

Kenneth J. Stokes, of Norwood, Mass., is a lottery season ticket holder, which automatically enters him into every drawing of a certain lottery with specific, pre-set numbers of his choosing.

Forgetting that his family had gifted him a season pass to the Massachusetts State Lottery Lu...

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Obama Talks About Ebola in America in Weekly Address

Obama Talks About Ebola in America in Weekly Address

Official White House Photo by Pete Souza(WASHINGTON) -- In this week's address, President Obama talks about Ebola in America, from the death of Thomas Eric Duncan to the most recent case in New York City.

Obama addresses what he says are some "basic facts." "First, you cannot get Ebola easily," he says. "You cant get it through casual contact with someone. Remember, down in Dallas, even Mr....

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