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Newark said it was fixing the lead in its water. Now there's a problem with the treatment.

The news comes as the city fights a federal lawsuit by an international water group. Newark will distribute free water filters to residents most at-risk of lead contamination after a study found part of the city's water treatment program "no longer effective." The news comes as the city fights...

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The 21-year-old gay University of Wyoming student was beaten, tortured and left to die 20 years ago. For years, his parents have been afraid to bury him out of concern the site would draw anti-gay protests. The National Cathedral will inter Shepard's remains in its crypt on Oct. 26.

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Is Justin Chambers Leaving The Series? He Dishes On Alex’s Future

Justin Chambers remains just one of four 'Grey's Anatomy' cast members who have remained on the show since Season 1 -- but could he be the next one to leave? We've got the scoop!

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Depp also claims Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has seen evidence proving that he was falsely accused of domestic abuse by his ex-wife, Amber Heard.

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Mike Zimmer calls report 'false' that Vikings don't expect Everson Griffen to return anytime soon

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer was asked Thursday if the team expects defensive end Everson Griffen to return at any point in the 2018 season. “I saw the report and I think it was false,” Zimmer said. “Let’s just say that.” What report? “There was a report from, was it [ESPN’s Adam]...

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The remains of a German-American who invented the first submarine able to dive and resurface by itself have been exhumed in Panama

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Colts-Jets Week 6 Thursday injury report | Could Leonard Williams, Isaiah Crowell both be out?

The New York Jets and rookie quarterback Sam Darnold host the Indianapolis Colts in NFL Week 6 action. Watch video Here is a look at the Thursday injury report for Sunday's Week 6 game between the Jets and Colts at MetLife Stadium. The teams will release final injury reports Friday.  (Click here...

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A sound mixer remains in critical condition Thursday after falling two stories off a balcony while working on the set of a biographical film about Fred Rogers, the late host of the popular children’s program “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” according to reports.

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Herm Edwards remains committed to the run, but can ASU win that way?

Is ASU's commitment to the run game leading the Sun Devils anywhere good?         

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Herm Edwards remains committed to the run, but can ASU win that way?

Is ASU's commitment to the run game leading the Sun Devils anywhere good?         

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The day after the storm made landfall with devastating impact on the Florida Panhandle, travelers faced delays and cancellations.

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Veteran Canadiens defenseman Shea Weber skated for the first time since having surgery in June, and he remains on schedule to return to game action in December.

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Joe Giudice's Deportation Is 'Breaking His Heart,' Source Says: 'He Didn't Deserve This'

Joe Giudice is struggling to come to terms with an immigration court’s ruling on Wednesday to deport him to his native Italy after his prison sentence. “Joe has changed a lot since he’s been in prison,” a source tells PEOPLE. “He’s a lot calmer, and I think the experience has really...

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Dow drops over 500 points, with stock market extending slide following Wednesday's plunge

The stock market -- after its worst slide in eight months -- remains under pressure Thursday as investors weigh risks of higher interest rates, trade.        

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Dow drops over 500 points, with stock market extending slide following Wednesday's plunge

The stock market -- after its worst slide in eight months -- remains under pressure Thursday as investors weigh risks of higher interest rates, trade.         

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Eagles-Giants weather forecast: Will rain from Hurricane Michael impact Thursday Night Football?

The Philadelphia Eagles (2-3), led by quarterback Carson Wentz, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox meet the New York Giants (1-4), led by quarterback Eli Manning, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and rookie running back Saquon Barkley, in a Week 6 NFL football game on...

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First Lady Melania Trump Says She’s ‘the Most Bullied Person in the World’

Melania Trump‘s anti-bullying agenda is driven by her own experience, she says — as “the most bullied person in the world.” In a sit-down with ABC News, the first lady told chief national affairs correspondent Tom Llamas that her “Be Best” policy platform targeting online bullies is...

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James Williamson: Raw Power

The Stooges’ “forgotten boy” is now a patriarch of punk guitar whose passion for playing Les Pauls through dimed Vox AC30s remains undiminished after nearly a half-century.

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What happens next with Jimmy Butler? Here are five scenarios

Welcome to the Thursday edition of The Cooler, where you can’t win without me. Let’s get to it: It’s one of those single-subject days here because, really, what else is there to talk about aside from what transpired with Jimmy Butler on Wednesday? Given everything we know about about...

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Rutgers credit card fraud charges remain unresolved as attorneys, prosecutor spar

Charges against eight current, former Rutgers football players referred to grand jury. The status of four Rutgers football players suspended due to charges related to an alleged credit card fraud scheme remains unresolved after a brief, but somewhat heated, hearing Thursday in Middlesex County...

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