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Cold French winter shores up EDFs' H1 profit

France's state controlled nuclear power giant EDF says its net profit rose 3.5 percent in the first half as a result of a cold winter and high electricity prices. Full story

ERIN OFF CAMERA: Worst. Day. Ever.

Two weeks ago I blogged about the various jobs I’ve had and many of you shared some incredible “Worst Job” stories.  Incredible. Full story

Curling Enthusiasts In The Black Hills

It may be the Dog Days of Summer, but there's another way to beat the heat other than the pool. Full story

Holmes' notebook may be in judge's hands

Lawyers for Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes have given the judge a sealed envelope that might contain a notebook Holmes sent a psychiatrist. Full story

Dinosaur-Killing Comet Didn't Wipe Out Freshwater Species

The cosmic impact that ended the age of dinosaurs killed many living creatures on land and in the sea, but scientists have found, puzzlingly, that life in freshwater largely escaped this fate. Full story

'Dolphin Tale 2' to be shot in Clearwater

The 2011 movie, "Dolphin Tale" turned into a public relations bonanza for the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Attendance at the attraction sky rocketed from 200-thousand a year, to almost a quarter million. Full story

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Midwinter's Day Gets Big Bash in Antarctica

Belief in Global Warming Drops After Cold Winter

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Arctic Sea Ice Melt Disrupts Weather Patterns

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  Sick Texas girl’s wish for winter wonderland granted

As the rest of the nation bakes amid a heat-wave, volunteers in Arlington, Texas, came together to make a winter wonderland for a cancer-stricken six-year-old whose only wish was to play in the snow.

  How flip-flops may be damaging your feet

It’s the time of year when many of us ditch the heels and slip into something a little more comfortable. But seemingly innocuous flip-flops can actually cause pain in your feet, knees, hips, and more. Sports medicine physician Dr. Jordan Metzl warns of the negative effects of the summer footwear.

  Still waiting for spring

Many living in the Northern part of the country tonight are saying enough is enough as heavy snow and strong winds are producing blizzard like conditions and it's not over yet. The Weather Channel’s Janel Klein reports.

  Winter weather alerts for Great Plains, Midwest

New winter alerts are in effect across the Great Plains and upper Midwest for early next week. Snow totals of eight to 18 inches are possible from Montana to North Dakota through Monday. The nasty  weather moves east by midweek. NBC’s Lester Holt reports.

  Comedian Jonathan Winters remembered as ‘a true genius’

Winters came from Ohio, and got his start in the entertainment business after his wife entered him in a talent contest so he could win a new watch. Soon it was off to New York and Hollywood and work alongside the comedic legends of the day. Winters passed away Friday at 87. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles repor

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