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Dad Shot and Killed After Placing Craigslist Ad

Dad Shot and Killed After Placing Craigslist Ad

James Sanders of Edgewood, Washington, put an ad on Craigslist for a 1.07-carat diamond ring, with an asking price of $1,050. He was shot and killed in front of his wife and two kids by the people who came to look at the ring.

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Mom Accidentally Runs Over Her Baby on Mother's Day

Mom Accidentally Runs Over Her Baby

This is the most horrific thing we can imagine. Anawia Boney, 1, was accidentally run over and killed by her mom on Mother's Day!

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Dads Say: 500 Kid Deaths No Biggie

A website thinks that the statistic that 500 kids die annually from gun-related accidents is just a drop in the bucket. Huh?!

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World's Most Dangerous Children's Museum?

the city museum in st louis

The City Museum in St. Louis has been sued at least two dozen times in the last five years. That's because patrons have been injured on attractions such as the five-story jungle gym, the enclosed "Monster Slide" that drops riders the length of three staircases, and the rooftop Ferris wheel.

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What 'No Phone Zone Day' Means to Me

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To honor those who have lost loved ones to distracted-driving accidents, Oprah Winfrey and America's premier transportation and safety organizations have teamed up to declare today, April 30th, "No Phone Zone Day."

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Kid Fed Oxycodone Jelly Sandwich

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A 28-year-old mother has been charged after her 3-year-old daughter accidentally gave a jelly sandwich containing a painkiller to another girl.

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Teaching Gun Safety in Elementary School?

Eddie Eagle


Who knew? The NRA has a fun, kid-friendly mascot just like Smokey Bear and McGruff the Crime Dog! Eddie Eagle is the kiddie spokesbird deployed by the NRA to teach elementary-school children gun safety.

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Oprah Urges Us Not to Text and Drive

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In a powerful Op-Ed piece in the New York Times, Oprah urges us all to make our cars a cell-free zone. "Life is more precious than taking a call or answering an e-mail message," she writes. "Because even though we think we can handle using our cellphone in the car, the loss of thousands of lives has shown we can't."

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