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Quick Takes

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News | Overcoming obstacles Before a 2013 accident left him a quadriplegic, Rob Camm always had wanted to complete the 12-mile obstacle course through muddy terrain…

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News | Sticky situation Months before Halloween, one park in Rowlett, Texas, already looks the part. Residents of the Dallas suburb complained in August of a…

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News | Road work A grease overflow at a Milan, Mich., McDonald’s caused the city to shut down Dexter Street for more than an hour on July 28. Milan fire chief Bob…

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News | Council corrected The greater portion of the orange peel found its way to the trash can. The lesser portion hit the ground. And for that, a Broxbourne…

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News | Spaced out A Russian government official has proposed an investigation into the United States 1969 moon landing to ascertain whether the event ever occurred.

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News | Duck driver Searching for a fare, Canadian cab driver Urga Adunga decided to give a mother duck and her nine ducklings a freebie. The Checker Cab driver found…

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News | Beyond Bieber Walmart raised wages and handed over thermostat controls to individual stores. But no action brought the kind of ovation from employees like one…

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News | Wet blanket Citing the Scout Law, the Boy Scouts of America have banned water gun fights at scouting events across the nation. In a May 6 blogpost on the…

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News | Thaw in Iceland Finally, Spaniards from the Basque Country can feel free to visit Iceland without reprisal. On April 22, the West Fjords district commissioner…

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News | Rapid descent In Australia, a man of the people guzzles beer, and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott isn’t above showing off while doing so. Goaded on by…

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News | Testing the law A German teenager has used the nation’s freedom of information law to try to get early access to the nation’s equivalent of the SAT test.

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News | Flunked out An Indian woman about to exchange vows with her potential husband called off the wedding when he was unable to solve a basic arithmetic question.

 
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