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    YouTube pregnancy announcement star speaks out after being caught on Ashley Madison

    The YouTube pregnancy announcement star who was exposed for having an Ashley Madison account confirms the account is his – and that he made it two years ago. YouTubers Sam and Nia went viral earlier this month when Sam surprised Nia with a pregnancy announcement. Shortly after that, they shared that they suffered a miscarriage right after their pregnancy announcement. Multiple news outlets have reported that Sam had an account with Ashley Madison, a website designed to help people cheat on […]

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    Danny continues to fall apart as remnants move west

    Danny has strengthened into a Category 2 Hurricane.

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    Bicyclist straps on GoPro, rides down abandoned 1984 Olympic bobsled track in Bosnia

    This bicyclist decided to do something different and attempt to ride down the abandoned bobsled track from the 1984 Olympics in Bosnia. Chris Thompson, who lives in San Piero A Grado, Italy, posted a YouTube video showing his mountain bike run down the crumbling track at speeds of nearly 40 mph, according to UPI. He wrote in a Reddit post that he examined the track ahead of time – but at one point he narrowly avoids a collision with a female […]

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    Commanding officer and command master chief of USS Barry relieved of duties

    NORFOLK -The commanding officer and command master chief of the Norfolk-based USS Barry were relieved of their duties today by Commander, Destroyer 26, Capt. Brian Fort. Cmdr. Patrick Foster was relieved of his duties by Fort due to loss of confidence in his ability to command following an on-going investigation into a series of decisions over time reflecting poor judgment, failure to meet and uphold the highest personal and professional standards, and poor program management. Command Master Chief Torrence Kelly […]

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    Navy to test the F-35C onboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in October

    Norfolk, Va. – The Navy will begin the second phase of testing of the F-35C aboard the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in early October. The trials will mark the second phase of developmental testing for the carrier-based version of the F-35. The aircraft’s ability to launch and recover from the carrier, and its performance in suboptimal conditions and during night operations will be evaluated, according to the Navy Times. The Navy conducted initial sea trials with the fighter […]

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    Endangered missing child alert issued for Suffolk teen

    On Thursday, State Police issued an Endangered and missing child alert for a Suffolk teen who was reported missing on Sunday.

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    Teen apparently bitten by shark at South Carolina beach

    GEORGETOWN COUNTY, S.C. — A 15-year-old boy was apparently bitten by a shark while swimming in the ocean near Murrells Inlet, authorities confirmed to WMBF. The boy had bite marks that appeared to be from a small shark on his leg and another on his hand from when he tried to get the shark off, Capt. Jerry Howerton with Murrells Inlet Garden City Fire Rescue told the station. The boy was in chest-deep water at the time of the incident. Authorities said […]

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    USS Harry S. Truman sailors make boy’s dream of becoming a pilot come true

    Norfolk, Va. – A teen cancer patient named Peter had his wish to become a Navy pilot come true during the aircraft carrier USS Harry S Truman’s most recent underway. Peter was a ‘wish kid’ from the Make-A-Wish foundation and got to spend 24 hours aboard the carrier as a pilot.

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    Women to be allowed into Navy SEALs, admiral says

    The U.S. Navy is preparing to allow women into the ranks of its SEAL teams, the Navy's chief operations officer told Defense News on Tuesday.

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    Google’s Project Sunroof calculates cost and benefits of putting solar panels on your home

    SAN FRANCISCO — Want solar panels but don’t know where to start? Google has created a nifty little tool for determining if your home is a good bet for solar power. It combines Google Maps information about your home, local weather history, and estimates from nearby solar providers. Project Sunroof was thought up by Google engineer Carl Elkin, who worked on it in his 20% time (Google allows employees to pursue side projects in addition to their regular job). The […]


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