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April 17, 2015

It was definitely a “several cups of coffee” kind of Friday. My slightly sad looking egg/cheese sandwich this morning tasted kind of similar to how it looked. 107 more words

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FEEL GOOD FRIDAY | Homeless Man's Unexpected Discovery

Imagine living three years in a cardboard box when you unknowingly could afford shelter and food. A homeless man in Florida didn’t have too.

John Helsinki, 62, of Tampa, Florida, discovered he’s been receiving Social Security Benefits in his forgotten bank account for years. 276 more words

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Babysitter Calls 911 to Say He’s Watching Abducted Child

An alleged kidnapping was brought to a halt after a babysitter realized the child in his care was the subject of an Amber Alert, authorities said. 714 more words

A Brand New Journey: From Network News to Startup

29 years as a network radio news correspondent is enough. The clock has run out on my oath of impartiality.

During my time at ABC, and before that at RKO, CNN, the BBC, IRN and LBC, (why are most networks acronyms?) I took that oath seriously, and was lucky enough to be a eyewitness to history. 399 more words

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April 15, 2015

At the risk of sounding redundant – today was another amazing day!

A bit of a slow news day. I met my cousin for lunch at Tavern on the Green. 169 more words

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Seattle CEO will live on $70,000 worker wage, thinks his life will be luxe enough

(ABC News) — The CEO of a credit-card payments company in Seattle said executive pay is “out of whack,” so he’s cutting his own pay and creating a minimum salary for his workers. 535 more words

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Phillip Mena Joins ABC News As NY-Based Correspondent

ABC News President James Goldston this morning announced Houston market local anchor Phillip Mena has joined ABC News as a correspondent. He has been a weekend anchor and reporter for NBC affiliate KPRC-TV since April 2012. 190 more words

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