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HBT: Mark Berry resumes coaching third base for Reds after throat cancer treatment

Reds third base coach Mark Berry was diagnosed with throat cancer during spring training and sat out the first two-and-half months of the season while undergoing treatment. Berry returned to the Reds last night and resumed coaching third base, which is a job he’s done for a decade now as part of a 3 Full story

Boy dies after falling off July 4 float

   A boy died in Edmond, Okla., after falling off of a flatbed trailer and being run over by the float, driven by his father.

Douglas claims misquote on HPV, cancer comments

   Michael Douglas is pushing back on the journalist who quoted him as saying that HPV contracted through oral sex was responsible for his bout with throat cancer. Xan Brooks, the journalist from The Guardian who conducted the interview, joins Thomas Roberts to talk about the claims, then TheGrio.com's

Jodi Arias’ lawyers arguing against death penalty

   A jury took only three hours to decide that Jodie Arias was guilty of pre-meditated murder, but her legal team is now fighting to prove she does not deserve the death penalty. NBC’s Diana Alvear reports.

Man's throat slashed in road rage incident

   Angry biker allegedly slashes man's throat after claiming that the driver cut him off. KFOR's Lance West reports.

Helping patients avoid acid reflux

   A small magnetic bracelet implanted at the base of the throat has been shown to control acid reflux by helping weak muscles close. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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  Man with a knife subdued at Buckingham Palace

During the changing of the guard at London’s Buckingham Palace, a dramatic face-off ensued after a man burst through a security barrier wielding two large knives, holding one to his own throat. Police moved in and managed to subdue the 54-year-old by firing a Taser.

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Ortega, nanny accused of killing Lucia and Leo Krim, arrives for hearing at Manhattan Supreme Court in New York

Yoselyn Ortega , nanny who is accused of killing Lucia and Leo Krim, ages 6 and 2 respectively, arrives for a hearing for her trial at Manhattan Supreme Court in New York, July 8, 2013. Ortega was discovered with the two children and a knife as she attempted to slit her own throat but was discovered

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