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Selifes can kill? The photos are reportedly more deadly than shark attacks.
The most famous song in the English language now belongs to everyone... a judge has ruled the song "Happy Birthday To You" is in public domain.
Baseball legend Yogi Berra has died. He was 90 years old.
House Speaker shockingly announced Friday that he would be resigning from Congress at the end of October.
Pope Francis is in the United States in a historic visit. The President arrived in Washington DC on Tuesday where he was greeted by President Obama. Wednesday, the Pope was welcomed to the White House... he and the President both spoke during a ceremony on the South Lawn. He later celebrated a canonization mass in DC. On Thursday, the Pope was on Capitol Hill to address a joint meeting of Congress. Later that day the Pope headed to New York where he addressed the UN General Assembly. On Saturday and Sunday the Pope will be in Philadelphia. FOX News Radio has been following the Pope's U.S. visit closely -- don't miss our special coverages!
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