|Sales of unearthed Atari games total more than $100,000|
|A cache of Atari game cartridges dug up in a New Mexico landfill last year has generated more than $100,000 in sales over the last several months.|
|Bush fundraisers exit campaign amid sagging poll numbers, Miami says move voluntary|
|Three of Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush’s fundraising consultants have left the campaign, Fox News confirmed Saturday.|
|ISIS detains dozens in Iraqi town after rare street protest|
|Islamic State militants moved on Saturday to stamp out dissent in a remote western Iraqi town, detaining at least 70 and tying dozens of residents, including tribal leaders, to streetlight poles as a punishment, security officials said.|
|Feds fighting to keep cash seized from person never charged with crime|
|Federal prosecutors are battling in court to keep $167,000 in cash seized in a 2013 traffic stop, despite the motorist never being charged in the incident and the Obama administration clamped down this spring on such asset seizures and forfeitures.|
|What really happens when you disrespect your spouse|
|We must learn to listen to what we sound like when we speak to our spouses.|
|Wyoming man files suit over massive EPA fines for building pond|
|A rancher is taking the Environmental Protection Agency to federal court, asking a judge to stop the agency from fining him more than $16 million because he built a small pond on his property.|
|Celeb fallout from Ashley Madison hack|
|Four4Four: Who got caught, who won't recover, and all the funny excuses|
|Maddie & Tae push back against country music clichés|
|The country duo Maddie & Tae took on gender stereotypes in their first platinum single, "Girl in a Country Song," and now they are targeting another overused effect in today's country music: electronic drum machines.|
|Lindsay Lohan reportedly claims she was drugged at friend's wedding|
|Lindsay Lohan claimed she was “slipped a mickey” at the wedding of Justin Etzin, consul general and ambassador of tourism for the Seychelles, and model Lana Zakocela in Florence last week.|
|Pamela Anderson slams MAC Cosmetics for testing on animals|
|Pamela Anderson‘s thoughts about MAC Cosmetics are no longer warm and fuzzy.|
|Lost palace of Sparta possibly uncovered|
|An ancient Greek palace filled with cultic objects and clay tablets written in a lost script may be the long-lost palace of Mycenaean Sparta, one of the most famous civilizations of ancient Greece.|
|As Tropical Storm Erika weakens, some in the Tampa Bay area still worried about heavy rain|
|Tropical Storm Erika dissipated Saturday, but folks in the Tampa Bay area are watching it carefully.|
|NJ teacher who was late 111 times says he was eating breakfast|
|An elementary school teacher who was allowed to keep his job despite being late for work 111 times in two years said Friday that breakfast is to blame for his tardiness.|
|Trashed: Study finds students toss veggies mandated by federal school lunch program|
|Public schools are continuing to serve the federally mandated fruits and vegetables, but a new study claims the fresh produce is going into trash cans more than tummies.|
|Tropical Storm Erika leaves 20 dead in Dominica as it nears Florida|
|Tropical Storm Erika was losing its powerful punch as it drenched Haiti and the Dominican Republic early Saturday, but it left devastation in its path, killing at least 20 people and leaving another 31 missing on the Caribbean island of Dominica, authorities said.|
|Visiting New York City, the Disney way|
|Is the the Big Apple worth doing with Mickey?|
|'Unicorn woman' appeals for help as rare condition causes horn-like growth|
|A woman with an abnormal growth on her head that appears to be in the shape of a large horn has become known in her village as the “unicorn woman.”|
|Maintenance workers stumble on an 18th-century shipwreck|
|A maintenance crew removing debris from under the US 50 Bridge over the Nanticoke River in Maryland last spring thought they might have hit on something special when they saw wood that looked like ship timbers.|
|Source: FBI ‘A-team’ leading ‘serious’ Clinton server probe, focusing on defense info|
|An FBI "A-team" is leading the "extremely serious" investigation into Hillary Clinton's server and the focus includes a provision of the law pertaining to "gathering, transmitting or losing defense information," an intelligence source told Fox News.|
|Rick Springfield explains who is 'Jessie's Girl?'|
|When the first chord of the iconic love song “Jessie’s Girl” by Rick Springfield is played, fans immediately get excited and ready to jam-- a feeling that Springfield only dreamed about until this smash hit was performed live.|
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