Parents hospitalized in Oregon after eating meth-laced candy

  1. Parents hospitalized in Oregon after eating meth-laced candy  Globalnews.ca
  2. Parents sickened after Halloween candy tests positive for meth in Oregon  ABC News
  3. Parents hospitalized after eating meth-laced Halloween candy  New York Post
  4. What to do with leftover Halloween candy: 11 ideas to avoid a sugar rush  Montreal Gazette
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Missing Wisconsin girl's parents died from gunshots, Jayme Closs may have been there, sheriff says

  1. Missing Wisconsin girl’s parents died from gunshots, Jayme Closs may have been there, sheriff says  USA TODAY
  2. AMBER Alert – National Center for Missing and Exploited Children  National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
  3. Search intensifies for missing teen, days after parents found shot to death in Wisconsin home  Washington Post
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Jayme Closs: Hunt for 13-year-old after parents murdered

  1. Jayme Closs: Hunt for 13-year-old after parents murdered  BBC News
  2. Missing Wisconsin girl’s parents died from gunshots, Jayme Closs may have been there, sheriff says  USA TODAY
  3. AMBER Alert – National Center for Missing and Exploited Children  National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
  4. Search intensifies for missing teen, days after parents found shot to death in Wisconsin home  Washington Post
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Secretary DeVos Unveils Parents' Guide to ESSA Flexibilities

WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today released a parent and guardian-friendly guide to the important flexibilities in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The “Dear Parent” letter, written in plain language, was released at a roundtable with parents, students and educators in Mississippi as part of the Secretary’s “Rethink School” tour. The guide is available here.
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Trump helped parents dodge millions in taxes: report

Trump helped parents dodge millions in taxes: reportDonald Trump helped his parents dodge millions of dollars in taxes and received far more money from his father’s real estate empire than he has claimed in the past, The New York Times reported Tuesday. Trump “participated in dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud, that greatly increased the fortune he received from his parents,” the newspaper said. Trump has stated on numerous occasions that he received little help from his father, New York property developer Fred Trump, in building his fortune.


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