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Grand Canyon Plane Crash Site Designated Historic

Grand Canyon Plane Crash Site Designated Historic 1956 airliner crash over Grand Canyon that helped spur major safety changes is marked historic...

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Illinois Woman Seeks Clemency in Buried-Alive Case

Illinois Woman Seeks Clemency in Buried-Alive Case Panel hears clemency bid for Illinois woman convicted of helping kidnap man, bury him alive...

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Convention Another Step for Cleveland's Comeback

Convention Another Step for Cleveland's Comeback Cleveland's 2016 Republican National Convention bid could be a big step for city's comeback...

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Ex-Roommate: Tsarnaev Seemed Normal After Bombings

Ex-Roommate: Tsarnaev Seemed Normal After Bombings Ex-roommate says Boston Marathon suspect didn't seem agitated or nervous after bombings...

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136 Variations of Brazilian Skin Colors

136 Variations of Brazilian Skin Colors When asked to describe their skin color, Brazilians came up with 136 variations...

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Delphi CEO Called by Senate Panel Probing GM

Delphi CEO Called by Senate Panel Probing GM Senate panel probing GM recall to hear from switch maker CEO, compensation expert Feinberg...

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Convention Another Step for Cleveland's Comeback

Convention Another Step for Cleveland's Comeback Cleveland's successful 2016 Republican National Convention bid a big step for city's comeback...

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New Details of Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara's Sweet Lunch Date

New Details of Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara's Sweet Lunch Date Joe Manganiello wouldn't give up until he got rumored flame Sofia Vergara exactly what she wanted - some authentic New Orleans fried chicken. Kathy Larsen, cashier at Li'l Dizzy's Cafe in New Orleans, said the "True Blood" star and the "Modern Family" bombshell, 41, came in Sunday afternoon and Vergara was first to ask for a to-go order of fried chicken and bread pudding....

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South African Train Collision Injures at Least 52

South African Train Collision Injures at Least 52 2 trains collide in South African city of Durban, injuring at least 52; no fatalities reported...

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Brazil Faces Issues Around Racism Despite Image

Brazil Faces Issues Around Racism Despite Image Rousseff's pledge of Brazil 'World Cup without racism' puts more focus on old, hidden problem...

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Woman Learns Serial Killer Lived in Her Home From Watching TV

Woman Learns Serial Killer Lived in Her Home From Watching TV A Missouri woman says she has finally been able to break her rental lease after learning that her home was used as a torture chamber by a suspected serial killer over a decade ago....

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Car-Hailing Service Uber Takes on Taxis With Sale

Car-Hailing Service Uber Takes on Taxis With Sale Uber goes after the nation's taxis with temporary price cuts in major US cities...

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Grand Canyon Plane Crash Site Designated Historic

Grand Canyon Plane Crash Site Designated Historic 1956 airliner crash over Grand Canyon that helped spur major safety changes is marked historic...

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US Consumer Borrowing Rises at Slower Pace in May

US Consumer Borrowing Rises at Slower Pace in May US consumer borrowing up $19.6 billion in May; gains slow after sudden April acceleration...

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Pro-Pot Activists Hope to Roll Up Votes in 14 More States

Pro-Pot Activists Hope to Roll Up Votes in 14 More States Pot dealers in Washington, the second state to legalize recreational marijuana, sold their first legal, non-medical cannabis Tuesday morning. (Dealers in Colorado, the only other state where recreational pot use is legal, sold their first legal weed back in January.) But even as Mary Jane fans in Washington and Colorado light up their joints and chow down on their brownies, marijuana enthusiasts in other states are wondering when (or if) they’ll see legalization on the ballot in their own states. Voters in voters in Oregon, Alaska, and Washington, DC might not have to wait very long....

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Rain + Mud = Messy Good Time for Hundreds of Kids

Rain + Mud = Messy Good Time for Hundreds of Kids Kids (and adults) get plenty dirty during rainy Mud Day at suburban Detroit park...

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Yemen Shiite Rebels Capture Northern City

Yemen Shiite Rebels Capture Northern City Yemen Shiite rebels capture northern city after months of fighting with Sunni conservatives...

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Missouri Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Bank Robbery

Missouri Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Bank Robbery 64-year-old Missouri lawyer pleads guilty to robbing banks, shooting trooper...

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Man Charged With Assaulting Author Colum McCann

Man Charged With Assaulting Author Colum McCann Conn. man charged with assaulting novelist Colum McCann last month outside hotel in New Haven...

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US Consumer Borrowing up $19.6 Billion in May; Gains Slow After Sudden April Acceleration

US Consumer Borrowing up $19.6 Billion in May; Gains Slow After Sudden April Acceleration US consumer borrowing up $19.6 billion in May; gains slow after sudden April acceleration...

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