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ISIS is holding two Japanese hostages and demanding 200 million dollars ransom. Japan’s prime minister is saying that saving their lives is his top priority.
ASTRONOMERS: Two more planets in our Solar System…Earth-sized.
Dad gets ‘no-show’ bill after son misses birthday party— Dad had initially accepted the party invitation, but later realized Alex was supposed to visit his grandparents that day. He said he did not have contact details to let the other family know. He has a $24 dollar bill to pay.
Disneyland measles outbreak spreads beyond California More than 50 people have been diagnosed with the measles in an outbreak that began in December at California’s Disneyland. Cases have now been reported in Utah, Colorado and Washington State. The airborne virus is so contagious it can stick around after an infected person has left the room. Many patients in the outbreak that began in Disneyland were not vaccinated, either because they were too young or because parents decided against vaccinating their children. the worst year for measles in over a decade.
An alleged bomb threat prompted a massive police response at John F. Kennedy International Airport last night. was a telephone bomb threat called in to a Delta flight that was landing at JFK. Nothing was found.
A former president of Shell Oil says don’t get used to low gas prices. Former oil exec: $5-a-gallon gas on the way
Inauguration Day -As Governor-elect Greg Abbott takes office Today, there will be barbecues, parades, road closures, and of course the oaths of office.
Adoption group pushing for access to original birth certificates An adoption group is pushing lawmakers to allow adults who were part of confidential adoptions to access their original birth certificates.