October 01, 2014

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This composite image made from multiple photogaphs taken on Sept. 22, 2014 in Schenectady, N.Y., constructed and provided by the photographer Vincent Giordano of Trinacria Photography, shows Schenectady High School senior Draven Rodriguez holding his cat Mr. Bugglesworth, along with Schenectady High School principal Diane Wilkinson holding her Chihuahua, Vivienne. The 16-year-old had originally wanted his senior yearbook portrait to show him holding his cat, with lasers in the background, but the school denied his request. Instead, this constructed image of Rodriguez and Wilkinson and their pets will appear on the principal's yearbook page, to raise awareness for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and rescue animals. (AP Photo/Trinacria Photography, Vincent Giordano) MANDATORY CREDIT
Cat, dog, lasers: A senior portrait to rememberCat, dog, lasers: Teen's unique senior portrait quest results in compromise with principal
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this 2006 photo, airport passengers pass by Norm Thompson retail outlet at Portland International Airport in Portland. The Federal Trade Commission announced this week that two companies have agreed to refund $1.5 million to consumers who purchased "shapewear" that supposedly can reduce cellulite and fat because it's infused with caffeine, vitamin E and other things. In a settlement, Norm Thompson Outfitters of Oregon, and Wacoal America Inc. of New Jersey agree not to make claims that their products cause weight loss or a reduction of body size. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Dana E. Olsen)
FTC to retailers: Drop your caffeinated drawersThe government skinny on caffeinated underwear: It won't help you lose a latte weight
The Associated Press4 hours ago
In this Nov. 10, 2013 photo provided by Brandon Holton, a Wildlife Biologist with the Science and Resource Management at the at the Grand Canyon National Park, elks interact with visitors at the south kaibab water station at the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.  The animals are helping themselves by lifting the spring-loaded levers at the stations with their noses and letting the water flow. Officials at the Grand Canyon plan to elk-proof the stations to outsmart the animals, conserve water and protect visitors from aggressive behavior.  (AP Photo/U.S. National Park Service)
Elk nose into Grand Canyon water stationsGrand Canyon officials try to outsmart elk nosing into water-filling stations for a drink
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Tom Oliver, left, and Mike Penfold of Brogan Brands work in a high lift to apply a logo to the grain silos at the new Buffalo Riverworks development, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014 in Buffalo, N.Y.  The crews are installing rolls of vinyl wrap spelling out Labatt Blue on six silos at the former GLF grain mill operation near the city's Lake Erie waterfront, home to several long-defunct grain elevators. The six silos have been painted blue to resemble huge Labatt beer cans. The silos are part of the Buffalo RiverWorks, a former grain elevator that's being transformed into a brewery, entertainment and recreation complex.  (AP Photo/The Buffalo News, Derek Gee)
Buffalo grain silos being turned into huge beer adGot big beer? Silos at old Buffalo grain elevator being turned into huge outdoor ad for Labatt
The Associated Press6 hours ago
Jail escape in Washington not detected for 2 daysEscape from jail in Washington state went undetected for 2 days until defense lawyer's visit
The Associated Press7 hours ago

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