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  1. Family: Teens still critical 6 weeks after resort poisoningRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | ABC 33/40

    Two Delaware teenagers are still in critical condition more than six weeks after they were sickened by a banned pesticide that was sprayed at the Caribbean resort where they were staying, their family said Monday. Sean and Ryan Esmond and their parents fell ill after an applicator working for Terminix used methyl bromide at the resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands.


  2. JN urges teachers to saveRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Gleaner

    Michael Collins, JNBS sales development and training specialist, gives Hyacinth Fyffe, teacher at the Elletson Primary and Infant School in Kingston, his full attention as she queries JN's savings options. Occasion was an investment seminar for teachers organised by the Jamaica Teachers' Association Co-operative Credit Union, to sensitise teachers to investment opportunities.


  3. J'can living in Cayman charged for indecent assaultRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Gleaner

    A Jamaican drama teacher residing in The Cayman Islands who admitted to indecently assaulting three boys was sentenced to three years' imprisonment, THE STAR has learnt. Charged with one count of gross indecency, three counts of indecent assault of a male and one count of possession of an indecent photograph of a child is 33-year-old Delroy James.


  4. Stillwater Graduate Breaks World Track RecordRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KSTP

    Ben Blankenship, a Stillwater High School graduate, was among the U.S. team that set the world record in the men's distance medley Monday.


  5. No CommentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Inside Costa Rica

    May 4th, 2015 A ship carrying 180 tons of ammonium nitrate which sunk and spilled its cargo into the sea near the coast of Puntarenas on Saturday did not possess valid navigation permits, Costa Rica's Ministry of Public Works and Transport revealed on Monday. Luis Fernando Coronado, director of the Port Maritime Division, told reporters that the vessel's certification and navigation permits, along with those of six other vessels owned by the Costa Rican agrochemical company Fertica, expired in July 2014.


  6. The BahamasRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | USA Today

    The Bahamas' greatest gift to mankind - and animal-kind for that matter - is its precious, gem-quality, clean waters. Of the nearly 100,000-square-miles the archipelago occupies, most of it is stored in liquid assets.


  7. Sir Terry Leahy's firm in talks with Chinese buyers for A 2bn New Look bidRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Sir Terry Leahy's investment vehicle is in talks with Chinese buyers about putting together a A 2billion bid for New Look, according to reports tonight. Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, which counts the former Tesco tycoon as a senior advisor, has apparently contacted CDH, a Chinese private equity group, about a joint offer for the high street retailer.


  8. Veterans help Nepal recover after massive earthquakeRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | American Legion Magazine

    Physician Sepana Adhikari of Team Rubicon tends to a child in the remote village of Kalinchowk in Nepal. More than 40 members of Team Rubicon, including several U.S. and British veterans, are in Nepal helping treat the casualties of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck the country April 25. Team Rubicon deployed a reconnaissance unit to Katmandu April 26 that was equipped with aerial drones to help assess damage to large portions of the country that are unreachable because of the devastating earthquake.


  9. Vegas judge tells Sheldon Adelson, 'You don't get to argue with me'Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | RGT Online

    Casino developer Sheldon Adelson returned to the witness stand Friday and refused to answer the first question he was asked. "Sir, you need to answer the question," District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez told Adelson, the billionaire chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Adelson argued that the question was abusive, but Gonzalez disagreed.


  10. Cruise on in to the Rotary AuctionRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Bureau County Republican

    Members of the Princeton Rotary Club are gearing up for the club's annual auction set for Saturday, June 20. This year's auction is sure to make history for the Rotary as it will raffle off it's largest prize yet - a seven-day cruise for two in the Eastern Caribbean. Rotary auction chairperson Roxana Noble was thrilled to announce the prize and said the odds will be great, as only 500 tickets will be sold.


  11. Travel new and now: Hipster hotels, dude ranches, NicaraguaRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | ETaiwanNews.com

    But what exactly is a hipster hotel? The magazine says they're for travelers who "enjoy a good craft cocktail, appreciate Instagram-ready design, and seek out in-room turntables or ping pong." New York City is "hipster heaven," with five of the 13, including, of course, the Wythe Hotel in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.


  12. Family: Delaware Teens Still Critical 6 Weeks After Resort PoisoningRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | CBS Local

    Two Delaware teenagers are still in critical condition more than six weeks after a banned pesticide was sprayed at the Caribbean resort where they were staying, their family said Monday. Sean and Ryan Esmond and their parents fell ill after an applicator working for Terminix used the pesticide methyl bromide at the resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands.


  13. Tampa Cubans to Miami Cubans: "Grow Up"Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Miami New Times

    The rivalry between Miami and Tampa's Cuban-American populations isn't just about who makes the truest Cuban sandwich . The ideological differences between the two cities' approach to Havana has never been more apparent now that the Obama administration has begun to normalize relations with the island nation - a divide explored in depth this weekend by the New York Times ' Miami Bureau chief, Lizette Alvarez . 4 comments

  14. Feds Bust Jamaican Traveler With Half-Kilo Of Cocaine Wedged In His UnderwearRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Smoking Gun

    As if getting arrested for drug smuggling was not bad enough, a Jamaican man had to pose for the above evidence photo showing two packages of cocaine wedged between his underwear and a pair of bicycle shorts. Romario Lewis was arrested April 16 after traveling on a Fly Jamaica flight from Kingston to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.


  15. Padtec Completes Florida LambdaRail InstallationRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Market Wire

    ... takes you at the speed of light from you to the world, with operations in North America, South America, Central America, Europe and Asia. The company, headquartered in Campinas, Sao Paulo Brazil, is the first and largest Latin American manufacturer ...


  16. Fort Bliss soldier credited with saving life of drowning childRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    A soldier from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division is being hailed as a hero by her fellow soldiers, but it's not for anything she did while in combat. Instead, her valorous act took place here in the El Paso community.


  17. US Senator Sanders calls for 'political revolution' against 'billionaire class'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    US Senator Bernie Sanders called for a "political revolution" that would take on the "billionaire class" and usher in a European-style system that would be fairer to working Americans. "We need a political revolution in this country involving millions of people who are prepared to stand up and say, enough is enough, and I want to help lead that effort," Sanders, the independent senator from Vermont, said on ABC's This Week when asked why he was running for president.


  18. Industrias San Miguel del Caribe SA in Soft Drinks (Dominican Republic) - New Market Study PublishedRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    Its global group aims to more than double its sales by 2015, so the pace of growth in the Dominican Republic cannot decrease. After successfully capturing share in carbonates with its Kola Real brand, Industrias San Miguel introduced its first still bottled water product in 2011, under the brand Cool Heaven, and its first... Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company.


  19. Area of low pressure expected to impact South FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Local10.com



  20. Mostly dry, breezy Monday afternoonRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | WESH-TV