• Hot dog freebies and weiner deals Wednesday
Hot dog freebies and weiner deals Wednesday

What's in a name: Hot dogs got their nickname "frankfurters" after being invented in in Frankfurt, Germany in 1484. Two hot dogs for $5 through July 22. Customers can redeem one coupon per person per transaction at participating locations in 41 states. Over at Philly Pretzel Factory , the first 100 customers get a free pretzel dog .

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  • Need Fourth of July Plans? We've got you covered
Need Fourth of July Plans? We've got you covered

The only exception to the rule is public displays that have received the proper permits. The Maryland Symphony Orchestra's Salute to Independence concert is slated to begin at 7:30 p.m. To celebrate our freedom and everything that makes America great, we compiled a list of all the festivals, parades, fireworks and fun to make this year's July 4t...

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  • Lump That Moved Across Woman’s Face Leads to Stomach-Churning Find
Lump That Moved Across Woman’s Face Leads to Stomach-Churning Find

Vladimir Kartashev of Rostov State Medical University in Russian Federation wrote in a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine . A further 10 days later, it had moved again, this time puffing up the left side of her upper lip. Five days later, another bump appeared above her left eye. She finally visited a physician who reported a "superfi...

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  • Gaming addiction is now a mental health problem
Gaming addiction is now a mental health problem

People with gaming disorder increasingly prioritize gaming over other activities, even when that could yield negative consequences. "Studies suggest that gaming disorder affects only a small proportion of people who engage in digital- or video-gaming activities", the World Health Organization says on its website.

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  • At a fashion show, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade remembered
At a fashion show, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade remembered

In 2016, 745 suicides were reported in Minnesota. Psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz told "CBS This Morning: Saturday" that the best way to start a conversation with a loved one or friend you are anxious about is to simply start with, "Can I talk to you".

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  • Harvey Weinstein charged with rape, sex crime-related offenses against 2 women
Harvey Weinstein charged with rape, sex crime-related offenses against 2 women

He's accused of confining a woman in a Manhattan hotel room and raping her in 2013, according to a court complaint. Weinstein's spokesman Juda Engelmayer and his lawyer Benjamin Brafman both declined to comment to Reuters on Thursday on the charges.

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  • Interview Magazine Shutting Down, Heads for Liquidation
Interview Magazine Shutting Down, Heads for Liquidation

Interview has been embroiled in tabloid drama over the past few weeks, ever since former editorial director Fabien Baron sued the magazine for $600,000. Interview Editor Ezra Marcus told CNNMoney that staffers were informed that the magazine is filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in a meeting on Monday.

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  • FDA clears new tool in fight against opioid epidemic
FDA clears new tool in fight against opioid epidemic

Opioid withdrawal includes symptoms - such as anxiety, agitation, sleep problems, muscle aches, runny nose, sweating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and drug craving - that occur after stopping or reducing the use of opioids in anyone with physical dependence on opioids.

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  • Campaign for Assembly elections in Karnataka ends
Campaign for Assembly elections in Karnataka ends

In Badami, he is pitted against Chief Minister Siddaramaiah . On a related note, Karnataka goes to polls on Saturday. On days the prime minister wasn't in Karnataka , he used technology to connect with the party's cadres via his personal mobile app.

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  • E. coli outbreak from lettuce shows up in Minnesota
E. coli outbreak from lettuce shows up in Minnesota

They say the cases are both from the metro area and greater Minnesota counties and that 90 percent of those sick are women . Seventeen of the individuals who have been hospitalized developed a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome , which causes the red blood cells to be destroyed.

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  • American Gods season 2 begins production
American Gods season 2 begins production

Fuller and Green served as the showrunners for the first season, and are set to be replaced by Jesse Alexander for the second season. American Gods , Starz's romp through a world in which the gods of classic mythology are being usurped by new gods , is going a skip year between Seasons 1 and 2, according to the first video evidence of Sea...

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  • Power restored to 1 million in Puerto Rico after total blackout
Power restored to 1 million in Puerto Rico after total blackout

A driver drives a vehicle along the street after Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), the island's power company, said on Wednesday that a major power line failure in southern Puerto Rico cut electricity to nearly all customers, in San Juan, Puerto Rico April 18, 2018.

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  • Night owls 'more likely to die early'
Night owls 'more likely to die early'

There wasn't much difference among people who fell in the middle. "It could be that people who are up late have an internal biological clock that doesn't match their external environment", Knutson said in a statement . After controlling for factors like age, sex, ethnicity, body mass index, smoking status and sleep duration, the researchers disc...

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  • Pennsylvania School District Arms 500 Teachers With Mini Baseball Bats
Pennsylvania School District Arms 500 Teachers With Mini Baseball Bats

The perennial issue of school shootings has taken renewed significance after the February 14 massacre in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people at a local high school dead. The bats will cost the district about $1,800 to purchase and they will remain locked up in each classroom. But, since the lawmakers haven't taken any satisfactory corrective me...

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  • Government invites global bid for Air India disinvestment
Government invites global bid for Air India disinvestment

Air India was founded in the 1930s and is known to generations of Indians for its Maharajah mascot. The government initiated the disinvestment process of Air India (AI) on Wednesday. It mentions that the ownership - after the sale - must remain with Indian nationals. So far piecemeal sale of the carrier has been the methodology, but the presen...

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  • Parkland students, families travel to DC on Patriots team plane
Parkland students, families travel to DC on Patriots team plane

Kraft has provided the team plane for the families of the 17 victims to fly from Florida to Washington DC for the March for Our Lives", a Patriots spokesperson said. James has no further report "other than they took off and everyone was happy". The Patriots debuted the so-called " AirKraft ", a Boeing wide-body 767 that features the team's lo...

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  • London youth to rally in Victoria Park against gun violence
London youth to rally in Victoria Park against gun violence

Sonora High Sophomore Nevaeh Pletcher detailed why she took to the streets, "Because I believe that everyone should have a voice and we shouldn't be put aside". The Richmond march has been organized by the Richmond Public Schools, the Richmond Peace Education Center, the local chapters of Moms Demand Action and the NAACP, and other groups.

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  • Multiple dead as fire engulfs hotel in Manila's tourist precinct
Multiple dead as fire engulfs hotel in Manila's tourist precinct

Some people had to be resued by a helicopter. Manila: A fire at a hotel in the Philippine capital killed three people on Sunday and injured almost two dozen, police and rescue officials said, with two people listed as missing. "The smoke is very heavy and, second, there's the wind that we're trying to overcome", Mr Yu said. The fire gutted th...

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  • 42% Of Non-Smoking Workers Want More Vacation Days
42% Of Non-Smoking Workers Want More Vacation Days

Nearly 75 percent percent of nonsmokers said smoke breaks are not fair, while more than 81 percent of smokers said smoke breaks are fair. In all, 18.3 percent more nonsmokers suggested that those who do not take smoke breaks deserved at least one extra day of vacation.

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  • CBI books Simbhaoli Sugars for Rs 109 crore loan default case
CBI books Simbhaoli Sugars for Rs 109 crore loan default case

The case was registered almost after six months after OBC filed a complaint with the central agency. Yet another bank scam surfaced on Sunday with the Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) registering a case against the chief managing director and other top officials of Simbhaoli Sugars mill for defrauding the Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) of ...

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