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Family of Bowling Green State University sophomore who died after alleged hazing incident sues fraternity

Family of Bowling Green State University sophomore who died after alleged hazing incident sues fraternity

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(FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ohio) -- The parents of an Ohio college sophomore who died from alcohol poisoning following an alleged fraternity hazing ritual in March has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the fraternity and several of its members.

Stone Foltz, 20, died March 7 after a Pi Kappa Alpha event on March 4 at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, about 20 miles south ...

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Biden calls Netanyahu after criticism he was silent on Israeli-Palestinian violence

Biden calls Netanyahu after criticism he was silent on Israeli-Palestinian violence

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(WASHINGTON) — After a spiraling descent into bloodshed in recent days, the U.S. is boosting its diplomatic efforts to halt the violence between Israeli security forces and Hamas, the Palestinian terrorist group ruling Gaza.

President Joe Biden called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday, vocally backing Israel's "right to defend itself when you have...

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Biden signs executive order to improve government response to cyber attacks

Biden signs executive order to improve government response to cyber attacks

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden signed an executive order Wednesday aimed at modernizing the federal government's response to cyberattacks -- by "improving information-sharing between the U.S. government and the private sector on cyber issues," improving detection of hacks into federal systems, and creating a "standardized playbook" for how the government responds to att...

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Norwegian CEO 'optimistic' they can reach compromise over DeSantis vaccine proof ban

Norwegian CEO 'optimistic' they can reach compromise over DeSantis vaccine proof ban

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(NEW YORK) -- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a new law earlier this month that prohibits businesses from requiring customers or employees to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations. This presents a potential problem for major cruise lines that have relied on Florida ports and referred to the vaccines as "game changers" in their restart-operation plans.

Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Fran...

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"My heart breaks" - Gal Gadot prays for peace as violence rocks her native Israel

"My heart breaks" - Gal Gadot prays for peace as violence rocks her native Israel

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Gal Gadot, a native Israeli, took to social media to pray for peace, as violence once again rocks the country after years of calm.

"My heart breaks. My country is at war," the Wonder Woman series star posted to Instagram and elsewhere. "I worry for my family, my friends. I worry for my people. This is a vicious cycle that has been going on for far too long. Israel deser...

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Nurse on crusade to vaccinate community after husband's death surprised on 'The View'

Nurse on crusade to vaccinate community after husband's death surprised on 'The View'

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(NEW YORK) -- Nurse Carla Brown went beyond her call of duty during the coronavirus pandemic to help vaccinate her community. Now, Brown is sharing her story with "The View."

The Baton Rouge, Louisiana, nurse wants to help the elderly, homebound and those who don't have access to a site close by get a COVID vaccine. As of Wednesday, Carla and her COVID Crusaders have administered 750 vaccin...

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