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A child being kidnapped is every parent's worst nightmare, so one can never be too safe when thinking of ways to avoid danger in public areas. For instance, a couple in Arizona taught their child one simple trick that ended up making the difference when a stranger tried to get her into his van.

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Iowa Republican Steve King, who recently won re-election to the House of Representatives despite growing attention for his views that many describe as "white nationalist" or simply "racist," was the subject of a November 6 report by The Weekly Standard, which claimed that King had compared Mexican immigrants to "dirt." King claimed the paper was lying. Fortunately, they had the tapes.

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Just like a typical school yard bully. You stand up to them and they run away like a coward.

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Not since Jerry Seinfield's "The Soup Nazi" have we been so afraid to order food.

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In an interesting way to remember the legacy of comic book legend Stan Lee, fans aren't posting his most memorable comic figures, they are posting his "blink and you might miss him" movie cameos.

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Millennials are pretty sick of being targeted by older generations. It seems like everything is our fault. From the death of the diamond industry, to being "snowflakes" on social media, it's become a sport to make fun of millennials. But millennials fight back, too.

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