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Wendy's plans self-ordering kiosks at 1,000 locationsWendy's says it plans to install self-ordering kiosks at about 1,000 locations by the end of the year
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Father of dead Navy SEAL refused to meet Trump at ceremonyThe father of a Navy SEAL killed during a raid in Yemen is demanding an investigation into its planning and criticized the Trump administration for its timing
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FILE - In this May 3, 2013, file photo, former President Bill Clinton speaks at ceremonies in Little Rock, Ark., to dedicate the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport. With his party now holding all of the levers of power in Arkansas politics, Sen. Jason Rapert, a Republican state lawmaker, is pushing to remove the names of the state’s most famous Democrats _ Bill and Hillary Clinton _ from Little Rock’s airport. (Staton Breidenthal/The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette via AP, File)
Naming airport after Clintons doesn't fly with GOP lawmakerA Republican state lawmaker wants to remove the names of Arkansas' most famous Democrats from Little Rock's airport
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Neilson Rizutto is seen in an undated photo provided by the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office. The New Orleans Police Department issued a statement Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, identifying Rizutto as the man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying a Mardi Gras parade Saturday in New Orleans while intoxicated. (Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office via AP)
DWI suspected in crash that hurt 28 at New Orleans paradeNew Orleans police on Sunday identified the man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans while intoxicated
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Air Force officer's sexual assault sentence called lenientAn Air Force noncommissioned officer convicted of misconduct with eight women, including three who accused him of sexually assaulting them, was sentenced to three months confinement and another month of hard labor
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This Aug. 8, 2016, photo provided by Allergan shows Brent Saunders.  Saunders, CEO of Botox maker Allergan PLC, last September 2016, announced a new "social contract" under which the company would limit annual list price increases for its drugs to below 10 percent. After deducting the discounts insurers and other payers get off the higher list price, Allergan will receive net price increases of around 2 percent to 3 percent on its drugs, Saunders said.   (Jeff Weiner/Allergan via AP)
Insider Q&A: Allergan CEO on impact of limiting price hikesAllergan CEO Brent Saunders says company pledge to limit annual drug price increases will boost innovation, aid patients
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Police: Man tied up family members, arrested after 1 escapesPolice near Cleveland say a 34-year-old man kidnapped three family members and was taken into custody after his aunt escaped the basement where she had been tied up
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In this Feb. 22, 2017 photo, New Trier High School Superintendent Linda Yonke and Assistant Superintendent Tim Hayes, pose at the schools Northfield campus, in Northfield, Ill. The school is holding a daylong seminar on civil rights designed to help students in the largely white and affluent school see things from other perspectives on Feb. 28, 2017. Conservative groups and some parents have raised concerns about the tone being too liberal. (AP Photo/Sophia Tareen)
School seminar near Chicago sparks civil rights, race debateA civil rights seminar at a largely white public high school in suburban Chicago has some parents and conservative groups calling the event "radical" and "divisive."
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Family representative says Bill Paxton, who played an astronaut in "Apollo 13," has died from surgery complicationsFamily representative says Bill Paxton, who played an astronaut in "Apollo 13," has died from surgery complications
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New Orleans emergency personnel attend to injured parade watchers after a pickup truck plowed into a crowd and injured multiple people watching the Krewe of Endymion parade in the Mid-City section of New Orleans, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. Police Chief Michael Harrison says one person in custody and that he is being investigated for driving while intoxicated. (Scott Threlkeld/The Advocate via AP)
The Latest: Suspect in parade crash that injured 28 ID'dPolice have identified the man suspected of plowing into a crowd of Mardi Gras revelers in New Orleans while drunk
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In this photo from Feb. 2, 2017, a city block is seen in downtown Beatrice, in Gage County, Neb. When six people went to prison for the 1985 rape and murder of a 68-year-old Nebraska woman, county officials figured they had put the gruesome high-profile case behind them. But after DNA evidence exonerated all six of the accused in 2008, the rural farming county just south of Lincoln found itself facing a new problem, a $28 million federal judgment that could force officials to file for bankruptcy. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)
Nebraska county with few people, assets faces huge judgmentA small Nebraska county that botched a 1985 murder case is scrambling to pay off a $28.1 million judgment owed to six wrongly convicted residents
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In this Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017 photo, Jocelyn DoCouto rinses seven-year-old Zanyrah Parrott's hair while preparing to add braid extensions at DoCouto's home, in Pawtucket, R.I. The billionaire industrialist Charles Koch might not have a lot in common with DoCouto, but they are both part of a national movement to deregulate the business of African-style braiding. DoCouto is pushing for state legislation in Rhode Island that would exempt her from the cumbersome and expensive occupational licensing requirements for hairdressers and barbers. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Koch leads fight to deregulate African-style braidingThe billionaire Charles Koch and hair braider Jocelyn DoCouto have at least one thing in common: They're both part of a movement to deregulate African-style braiding
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