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First Latino U.S. poet laureate rides 'inspiration tsunami' to second term

Apr 15 2016

Juan Felipe Herrera, the first Latino U.S. poet laureate, who this week was appointed to a second term, said poetry fans provided an "inspiration tsunami" for a year in which he shepherded a crowd-sourced epic poem and addressed high-profile tragedies.

Publications refuse to hand over audio in Charlie Sheen case

Apr 08 2016

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Celebrity website RadarOnline.com and the National Enquirer on Thursday refused to hand over material sought by authorities investigating threats that the two related media outlets reported actor Charlie Sheen made against a former girlfriend. | Video

Publications refuse to hand over audio in Charlie Sheen case

Apr 07 2016

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Celebrity website RadarOnline.com and the National Enquirer on Thursday refused to hand over material sought by authorities investigating threats that the two related media outlets reported actor Charlie Sheen made against a former girlfriend.

U.S. Red Cross asks blood donors to wait 28 days after visiting Zika areas

Feb 03 2016

The American Red Cross appealed on Tuesday to prospective donors who have visited Zika outbreak zones to wait at least 28 days before giving blood, but said the risk of transmitting the virus through blood donations remained "extremely" low in the continental United States.

U.S. Red Cross asks blood donors to wait 28 days after visiting Zika areas

Feb 02 2016

The American Red Cross appealed on Tuesday to prospective donors who have visited Zika outbreak zones to wait at least 28 days before giving blood, but said the risk of transmitting the virus through blood donations remained "extremely" low in the continental United States.

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