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West Point cadet Simone Askew on making history


In our new series, Profiles in Service, we introduce you to people who dedicate their lives to helping others The United States Military Academy at West Point is America’s oldest service academy — more than 200 years old. But never in its history has it had someone like Simone Askew, …

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Can knockoff makeup be hazardous to your health?


There’s a warning about the dangers of using counterfeit makeup and other knockoff products like toothpaste and cologne. U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized a record number of counterfeit goods last year, worth nearly $1.4 billion. One of their top priorities is spotting fake toiletries that can be hazardous to …

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Former monk testifies in ex-priest's trial for 1960 killing


EDINBURG, Texas — A former monk has testified that an ex-priest accused of killing a Texas woman in 1960 confessed to him three years after the killing. Dale Tacheny testified Monday in the murder trial of John Feit, now 85, who is accused of suffocating Irene Garza after she went to …

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Man charged with hiding N.C. girl's death appears in court


JACKSONVILLE, N.C. — The man accused of withholding information from North Carolina law enforcement about the death of his girlfriend’s young daughter said nothing about the case in court. A judge maintained 32-year-old Earl Kimrey’s bond at $1 million as Kimrey made his first appearance Monday at a hearing in Jacksonville. …

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