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Country singer Coffey Anderson gives advice for traffic stops

(CNN)A country singer’s advice for staying safe when police pull you over is reaching a wide audience after last week’s police shootings. In a video that’s been viewed more than 27 million times on Facebook, Coffey Anderson re-enacts a traffic stop and recommends drivers have a plan before they see flashing lights in their rearview

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Wharton students to Trump: 'You do not represent us'

(CNN)Students at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance have penned a scathing, open letter to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, claiming the business mogul-turned-politician does not represent them. Trump regularly reminds the public he attended Wharton, and often credits the school for his business knowledge. However, on Friday over 1,400 current Wharton

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When big news gets personal

(CNN)What was the biggest news event of the week? What was the most important, consequential, significant event of the past seven days, the one that will have repercussions; what will resonate, make its place in the history books? My guess is that you know the answer and you reached it quickly. And for a moment

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Kale: 'the disgusting new frontier of major league eating'

Competitors in Buffalo set the world record for kale consumption in a contest that left them all except one exhausted, dripping and slightly nauseated The very first world kale-eating record was set in Buffalo, New York yesterday after Gideon The Truth Oji managed to eat 25 bowls of lightly-dressed leaves in just eight minutes. At

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Israeli attorney general orders inquiry into 'matters relating to Netanyahu'

Justice ministry provides no details about substance of inquiry and says no criminal investigation has been launched Israels attorney general has ordered an inquiry into matters related to the prime minister, a police investigation and state audits of his familys spending. Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jul/10/inquiry-ordered-into-israeli-prime-minister-benjamin-netanyahu