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It's been a bad flu season, but here's how you can prevent it from getting worse

The flu is widespread across the U.S., but it's not too late to get a flu shot.

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Politics of shutdown drama bad for everyone, says former Bush aide

Americans are frustrated with both Republicans and Democrats, and the drama over a potential shutdown isn't helping, Sara Fagen said.

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Flu's terrible this season. But many of us aren't staying home like we should

Flu is especially bad this season, and going into work while we're sick risks spreading flu further.

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Pakistan's ace in poker match with US: Afghan air routes

As bad as President Donald Trump describes U.S.-Pakistani ties today, they can get far worse.

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Ignore the bad housing starts number. Builder optimism and buyer demand are high

Despite the latest housing starts figures, homebuilders are optimistic as homebuyer demand rises.

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Viewpoint: The good, bad and ugly in Trump's first year

Despite positive economic news, the Republicans risk a heavy defeat in the mid-terms. How come?

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How to ensure your financial plan can withstand the test of time

The good news: You'll probably live longer than expected. The bad news: Your financial plan may not be enough.

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Wisconsin School Asked 4th Graders 3 Good Reasons For Slavery, Faces Backlash

Administrators at Our Redeemer Lutheran High School on Wednesday apologized for an assignment that they gave to 4th Grader students asking them to write "3 'good' reasons for slavery and 3 bad reasons."

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What will Donald Trump's medical reveal?

Donald Trump will have his first presidential medical on Friday - and there could be good and bad news.

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Bad landing caused plane crash that killed Canada ex-minister

An "unstable approach" to landing killed seven people, including Canada's former transport minister.

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Wife Of Orlando Nightclub Shooter Knew He Was Planning Attack

The wife of Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen, who killed dozens of people at a gay Florida nightclub in the name of ISIS told the FBI in the hours after the 2016 massacre that she knew her husband "was going to do something bad" and was plotting an a

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Wife of Orlando nightclub massacre knew he would do ‘something bad,’ officials say

The widow of the man who killed dozens of people at a gay Florida nightclub in the name of ISIS told investigators she knew her husband “was going to do something bad” before the 2016 attack.

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