Colin Dwyer

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Man Ruptures His Throat By Stifling A Big Sneeze, Prompting Doctors' Warning

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Not long after he suppressed a powerful sneeze, the patient's neck began swelling, crackling and popping. It was a rare case — and he recovered — but doctors say there's a moral here: Just let it rip.

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Myanmar And Bangladesh Agree To 2-Year Timeframe For Rohingya Return

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Over 655,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar, where alleged ethnic cleansing is underway. Now, the two countries have agreed to a schedule for repatriation — but will the Rohingya actually return?

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Prosecutors Charge Peter Madsen With Murdering Kim Wall Aboard His Private Sub

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The Danish inventor set out in his submarine with the Swedish journalist in August — but she never returned alive. On Tuesday, after months of shifting stories, he was charged with homicide.

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'I Would Call That Torture': Couple Arrested After Kids Found 'Shackled' At Home

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Authorities say a daughter who managed to escape and call 911 alerted them to a house of horrors in a Los Angeles suburb: 12 of her siblings, some restrained, in "dark and foul-smelling surroundings."

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After False Alarm, A Look At How Hawaii's Emergency Alert System Is Supposed To Work

Monday, January 15, 2018

A false missile alarm sent people in Hawaii scrambling for shelter Saturday morning — and it took nearly 40 minutes for officials to alert them to the mistake. All of which raises a tough question for authorities: What went wrong?

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Thomas Fire, California's Largest On Record, Is Now 100 Percent Contained

Friday, January 12, 2018

Since last month, the deadly blaze has swept through about 280,000 acres, priming the land for massive and deadly mudslides. Still, Friday's announcement marks a hard-fought win for firefighters.

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'Racist' And 'Shameful': How Other Countries Are Responding To Trump's Slur

Friday, January 12, 2018

The African Union was "frankly alarmed" by President Trump's comments. Haiti said they were "misguided," while the U.N. called them "racist." And around the world, officials are asking for clarity.

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German Leaders Emerge From Marathon Talks With Blueprint For New Coalition

Friday, January 12, 2018

After days of negotiations, which ended with a 24-hour session, Chancellor Angela Merkel and her center-left counterparts said Friday they had reached a deal. Still, they have a lot more work to do.

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With One Billboard Inside Tuscaloosa, Ala., UCF Fans Drum Up A Little Drama

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Alabama won the national title. But so did the University of Central Florida — according to UCF backers, at least. And some enterprising fans took their trolling to the heart of Crimson Tide country.

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A Young Girl's Rape And Murder Have Catalyzed Countrywide Outrage In Pakistan

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Days after Zainab went missing, police found her body in a trash heap. Now, many Pakistanis are challenging the government inaction they believe led to her death — and the deaths of many like her.

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YouTube Limits Relationship With Logan Paul After His Video Depicting Dead Body

Thursday, January 11, 2018

More than a week after Paul removed a post showing him laughing beside an apparent suicide victim, YouTube pulled the star from its top-tier advertising program and shelved planned original projects.

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Reuters Reporters Face 14 Years In Prison After Myanmar Brings Formal Charges

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Prosecutors say the two men violated Myanmar's Official Secrets Act in rheir reporting. The case, which comes as Myanmar stands accused of ethnic cleansing, has drawn widespread criticism.

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James Franco Denies Sexual Misconduct Claims, Saying They're 'Not Accurate'

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Several claims against Franco have surfaced on Twitter. In a TV appearance Tuesday, he rejected them — but he also said, "I can't live — if there's restitution to be made, I will make it."

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Catalan Separatists Back Puigdemont, Reviving Prospect Of Independence Push

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Fugitive former leader Carles Puigdemont says he'd likely govern from abroad if he's re-elected. He says he would do so remotely by a video link; a stand-in could read his speeches in parliament.

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U.K. Enacts Ban On Plastic Microbeads In Rinse-Off Products

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

The measure, which follows a similar 2015 law in the U.S., aims to reduce the amount of plastic getting flushed into the ocean. Backers are hailing it as a small step in the right direction.

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PHOTOS: The Sahara Desert, Painted White With Snow

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

More than a foot of snow fell Sunday on the Sahara, shrouding the orange and red landscape in hues of white. The rare scene didn't last long. Luckily, some local photographers had their cameras ready.

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Still In Search Of A Deal, Merkel Faces A Crucial Week Of Coalition Talks

Monday, January 08, 2018

The German chancellor's first try at forging a government failed. Now, over three months since the election, she's trying again — this time with a familiar counterpart. But it's unlikely to be easy.

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Judge Dismisses Federal Case Against Cliven Bundy And Sons, Bars Retrial

Monday, January 08, 2018

Less than a month after declaring a mistrial, Judge Gloria Navarro said there can be no retrial against the Nevada rancher and three other men, who led an armed standoff with federal agents in 2014.

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Pfizer Halts Research Into Alzheimer's And Parkinson's Treatments

Monday, January 08, 2018

The pharmaceutical giant said it would be abandoning its neuroscience development programs and allocating its spending elsewhere. The move also means the company will lay off some 300 employees.

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After Controversial Pardon, Peru's Former Strongman Leaves Clinic A Free Man

Friday, January 05, 2018

Alberto Fujimori, who had been serving a 25-year sentence for human rights crimes, received a Christmas Eve pardon from Peru's sitting president — but many critics suspect a quid pro quo.

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