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DHAKA - The death toll from the catastrophic collapse of a Bangladesh factory building, the world's worst industrial accident since the Bhopal disaster in India in 1984, climbed above 1,000 and more bodies might still be trapped inside as rescuers struggle to end the salvage operation. Full Article
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BOSTON - See ya Wednesday. With J.R. Smith suspended and Carmelo Anthony failing to show up either, the Knicks failed to sweep the Celtics. Everyone but Anthony stepped up in Smith's absence to... Full Story The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee said Sunday that the FBI is investigating in the United States and overseas to determine whether the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing...
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CNN Looking To Revive 'Crossfire' - TVNewser
CNN is looking to bring back "Crossfire," TVNewser hears. The long-running political debate show was canceled in 2005. It isn't entirely clear what time the program would air, though we hear it would likely be a 30-minute format. During its original run from 1982-2005, "Crossfire" aired in both the afternoons and primetime, in addition to weekend editions.
Rutgers athletic director is out, sources say
NEWARK, N.J. (WABC) -- Rutgers Athletic Director Tim Pernetti is expected to be removed from Rutgers University as early as today, sources tell Eyewitness News. Talks with the university will determine if he will resign or be fired. One published report said he was asked to resign yesterday and refused.
Social Media: Not the Productivity Killer You Thought
Think Facebook's your biggest productivity killer in the office? Think again. Social network-obsessed employees just might be your highest performers. A recent survey by the data analytics firm Evolv suggests that employees who use up to four social media networks are exceptionally productive--and they stay in their jobs longer, too.
New Details On Police Tasering Incident: Pregnant Woman Tased By Police
A woman who is eight months pregnant was tased by Springfield Police after she reported a car accident in the parking lot of Best Buy on Saturday. The woman in question is 29-year-old Lucinda White. Her boyfriend, 31-year-old Frederic Thomas was also tased and taken to jail for assaulting a police officer.
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