your little getaway, #deplorable wrote jenny miller, a mother of three from portland, oregon. but linton fired back writing, have you given more to the economy than me and my husband? either as an individual earner in taxes or in self-sacrifice to your country? i'm pretty sure the amount we sacrifice per year is a lot more than you'd be willing to sacrifice. adding, yo adding, you're adorably out of touch. mary bruce, abc news. >> she calls her comments highly insensitive and the treasury department is reimbursing the government for her travel and says she was not paid by any fashion labels for her comments. >>> we move to a health alert about lung cancer and vitamin b supplements. men who took high doses of vitamin b6 and b12 supplements had a higher risk for cancer and found the risk was nearly double for men. for male smokers the risk was between thee and four times higher. it did not find the same risk for women or nonsmokers. >>> a teen missing for 11 days has been found in tennessee's great smokey mountains national park. 18-year-old austin bohanon was taken to the hospital.
years in the u.s. and it'll be visible along a long path from oregon to south carolina and there are also lines at gas stations and hotels sold out for months. >>> the navy captain of the destroyer that collided with the container ship has now been relieved of duty. seven sailors were killed in that accident off the coast of japan in june. several more injured including the captain. the seventh fleet also relieved the "uss fitzgerald's" executive officer. >> many schools and youth programs are having trouble fielding football teams and parents are more worried about concussions. >> doctors say parents should be more whiched about more than football and linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: researchers in arizona want parents to know concussions aren't limited to the gridiron. in a new survey conducted by the institute 85% of parents say they would permit their kids to participate in any contact sport. and while only two-thirds of parents say they would allow their child to play football, nine of ten parents said they were fine with letting their children take part in soccer. even
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