Documents show battle over poisoned lottery winner's estate

The widow a Chicago lottery winner who authorities say was poisoned with cyanide has battled with his siblings over control of his estate, including his $425,000 prize money, court documents show.

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Guns and freedom

The natural law teaches that our freedoms are pre-political and come from our humanity and not from the government, and as our humanity is ultimately divine in origin, the government, even by majority vote, cannot morally take natural rights away from us.

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Locals call on government to help killer whales trapped under Quebec sea ice

Locals in Inukjuak said the mammals have gathered around a single hole in the ice -- slightly bigger than a pickup truck -- in a desperate bid to get oxygen.

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Boston declares public health emergency as flu cases rise nationwide

The city was experiencing its worst flu season since at least 2009, Menino said, with about 700 confirmed cases of the flu, compared with 70 all of last season.

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Coalition to hold national 'Gun Appreciation Day' amid calls for more gun laws

Firearms groups are banding together across the country with a so-called "Gun Appreciation Day" this month as part of a bid to check the increasingly vocal anti-gun movement.

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