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Adult and Infant Drown on Fla. Beach, Good Samaritan Who Tried to Rescue Them Remains Missing

The search for an individual who attempted to save an adult male and toddler from drowning on a Florida beach continues. On Friday evening, deputies were sent to the Apollo Beach Nature Preserve after they received a call about a man and toddler who were swimming and taken away by a current, according to a statement from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. Their identities have not yet been revealed.
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FBI holding on to valuables seized in safe deposit box raid

The FBI raided a Beverly Hills private safe deposit box business and seized over $86M in cash as well as other valuables from the boxes, according to the LA Times. CNN’s Michael Smerconish examines the FBI’s efforts to hold on to the contents from over half of the boxes and speaks with one of the effected safe deposit box owners.
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Remains of KKK leader Nathan Bedford Forrest exhumed from Tennessee park

The remains of Nathan Bedford Forrest, a Confederate army general, and the first grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, have been exhumed from the Health Sciences Park in Memphis, Tennessee and taken to a secret location in the western part of the state before being moved to a museum south of Nashville. The work, carried by a group called “The Sons of Confederate Veterans” to remove the remains of the infamous slave trader began on 1 June. While the remains were discovered on Monday, shortly after 9am, an announcement was not made until Friday in order to ensure that...
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Packers president tosses gasoline on Aaron Rodgers fire

The Aaron Rodgers-Packers saga has no end in sight, and Green Bay president Mark Murphy tossing gasoline onto the fire probably won’t help. In an event at Lambeau Field on Thursday, Murphy described the disgruntled superstar quarterback as a “complicated fella,” according to multiple reports. Murphy was referring to conversations...
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Sloane From "Ferris Bueller's" Quit Hollywood a Decade Ago. See Her Now.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off is one of the most iconic films of the 1980s. The John Hughes classic made Matthew Broderick a household name, and also kicked off the careers of stars in smaller roles like Jennifer Grey and Charlie Sheen. But while those celebrities have continued acting in the 35 years since Ferris Bueller's Day Off was released on June 11, 1986, some of the other leads of the film have taken a different route, like Mia Sara who played Ferris' girlfriend Sloane Peterson and who retired from acting in 2013. Read on to see how Sara feels about playing Sloane in Ferris Bueller's Day Off and to see what she's up to now.
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Petition calls for NJ school board members to resign after holidays removed from calendar: 'Cancel culture'

A new petition is calling on New Jersey school board members to resign after they voted to remove holidays from the official school calendar Thursday. The petition was created by a user with the name Thomas Tatem on Friday and demands Randolph Township school board members and Superintendent Jen Fano to "resign immediately," saying they "clearly do not have the best interests of our children in anything they do."
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This Fast-Growing Grilled Cheese Chain Is Expanding by 25%

Just about everybody loves a grilled cheese sandwich, and one particular restaurant chain has made grilled cheese a next-level experience. Now, that brand—a Midwest franchise that's been featured on Shark Tank—is about to take their latest, greatest "melt concept" wider to increase their nationwide footprint by a quarter. If this...