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Suarez Could Struggle to Recapture Form in Brazil

Suarez Could Struggle to Recapture Form in Brazil Uruguay coach Tabarez says recovering Suarez could struggle to recapture Liverpool form...

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Feds Seek Ways to Expand Use of Addiction Drug

Feds Seek Ways to Expand Use of Addiction Drug Federal experts struggle to increase use of methadone alternative, amid drug abuse epidemic...

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What's So Cool About Amazon's Smartphone?

What's So Cool About Amazon's Smartphone? Amazon unveiled their entry into the crowded smartphone market today -- the Fire phone....

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US Aims for Trial of Benghazi Suspect Held on Ship

US Aims for Trial of Benghazi Suspect Held on Ship US aims for trial of suspect in Benghazi attacks; vows to hunt down those still at large...

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Watch: Inside Army Search for Missing Israeli Teens in West Bank

Watch: Inside Army Search for Missing Israeli Teens in West Bank Alex Marquardt is in Hebron, where Israeli soldiers search for boys abducted while hitchhiking....

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Belgium's Hazard Has Bad Toe After First Game

Belgium's Hazard Has Bad Toe After First Game Belgium's Eden Hazard has scan on toe in wake of Algeria World Cup match...

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Sick Teen Heading Home After Medical Custody Battle

Sick Teen Heading Home After Medical Custody Battle Since February 2013, the Pelletiers have waged an angry and highly publicized custody battle for their daughter. They say Justina was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease by top doctors at Tuft Medical Center and claim her condition has deteriorated for lack of proper medical treatment at Boston Children’s Hospital....

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Dozens of Bodies Found in Mexican Mass Grave

Dozens of Bodies Found in Mexican Mass Grave Dozens of bodies found in Mexican mass grave in eastern state of Veracruz...

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Iraq Fights Militants Around Oil Refinery

Iraq Fights Militants Around Oil Refinery Iraq battles militants at main oil refinery and in city near Syrian border...

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Pope to Pray for Reconciliation on Korean Trip

Pope to Pray for Reconciliation on Korean Trip Pope focuses on peace, reconciliation in Koreas during Aug. 14-18 trip...

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Judge Tosses Copyright Lawsuit Against Lady Gaga

Judge Tosses Copyright Lawsuit Against Lady Gaga Federal judge dismisses copyright lawsuit against Lady Gaga over 2011 song 'Judas'...

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5 Questions You Have About Soccer but Too Afraid to Ask

5 Questions You Have About Soccer but Too Afraid to Ask Why do goalies wear a different jersey and other burning World Cup questions....

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Ronaldo Gets the Ice Treatment With Portugal

Ronaldo Gets the Ice Treatment With Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo gets ice pack during Portugal training ahead of World Cup game vs US...

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Feds Seek Ways to Expand Use of Addiction Drug

Feds Seek Ways to Expand Use of Addiction Drug Federal experts struggle to increase use of methadone alternative, amid drug abuse epidemic...

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Make-A-Wish Tour Ends With Hard Helicopter Landing

Make-A-Wish Tour Ends With Hard Helicopter Landing Illinois Make-A-Wish family survives hard helicopter landing on Hawaii flight-seeing tour...

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Fed Slows Bond Buying With Fifth Monthly Reduction

Fed Slows Bond Buying With Fifth Monthly Reduction Fed further slows pace of bond buying, provides no clear signal of timing on first rate hike...

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What Does It Mean for the Redskins That Trademark Is Revoked?

What Does It Mean for the Redskins That Trademark Is Revoked? What's going to happen to the Washington Redskins now that the U.S. Patent and Trademark office (USPTO) said the team's federal trademarks will be canceled?...

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Scientist Gets World Food Prize for Wheat Advances

Scientist Gets World Food Prize for Wheat Advances Crop scientist awarded 2014 World Food Prize for work developing disease-resistant wheat...

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Palestinian President Condemns Kidnapping of Israeli Teens

Palestinian President Condemns Kidnapping of Israeli Teens The kidnapping of three Israeli teens last Thursday cannot be tolerated, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday in remarks commended by senior Israeli officials....

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Netherlands Beat Australia 3-2 in World Cup

Netherlands Beat Australia 3-2 in World Cup Netherlands comes back to beat Australia 3-2 in World Cup Group B match...

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