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(NEXSTAR) –  Crews are searching for victims during the 14th day after a Florida condo collapsed last month. Officials confirmed that 10 more bodies were pulled from the debris, raising the death total to 46 people.
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The Federal Trade Commission and Congress are both targetting some of the largest tech companies, accusing them of behaving like monopolies.

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An Iowa man has been arrested after a rifle was found in his Chicago hotel room on the Fourth of July.

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As the nation continues to experience a severe blood supply shortage, doctors explain the importance of hospitals having enough blood on the shelves during hurricane season.

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A New York teenager is being hailed a hero by her neighbors after she witnessed a house in her neighborhood set on fire by lightning then, raced over to the home to wake up the owner.

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Martial arts instructors in Missouri helped save a man’s life during a Fourth of July parade.

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A Missouri native became the first climber without legs to reach the top of Africa’s tallest mountain, which is 89 times larger than the liberty memorial and the largest free-standing mountain in the world.

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