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Parents of toddler who fell from Royal Caribbean window want cruise line to take responsibility: ‘We obviously blame them’
Alan and Kimberly Wiegand sat down with Today for an emotional interview following their daughter's "unfathomable" death after she fell from a Royal Caribbean Cruise window.
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Authorities on Monday said they have identified the man as Larry Ely Murillo-Moncada who was reported missing in November of 2009.
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Bella Thorne revealed she identifies as pansexual in a new interview, but the concept remains unfamiliar for many.
- Politics Reuters
The Trump administration on Tuesday will propose a rule to tighten food stamp restrictions that would cut about 3.1 million people from the program, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) officials said. Currently, 43 U.S. states allow residents to automatically become eligible for food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP, if they receive benefits from another federal program known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF, according to the USDA.
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Nick Jonas' summer body is getting plenty of reaction from fans.
- U.S. People
College Student, 21, Found Dead in Miss.; Foul Play Suspected
- Business MarketWatch
Two years after Equifax revealed that hackers accessed the personal information of up to 147 million people, the credit bureau's newly-announced settlement for up to $700 million will provide cash payments for those who have been affected - but there are some key requirements people should be aware of before they file a claim. Under the terms of the settlement announced Monday, the major credit bureau is paying a mix of government fines, legal fees and, most importantly for consumers, setting up a fund that will underwrite free credit monitoring, identity theft protection and individual cash payments to people affected by the breach, which are capped at $20,000 per person. Some 147 million American consumers had their personal information stolen, according to the class-action lawsuit being settled in the deal.