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EPA Agrees to Pesticide Buffers to Protect Salmon

EPA Agrees to Pesticide Buffers to Protect Salmon EPA agrees to restore pesticide buffers to protect salmon while working on permanent rule...

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Lawsuit Challenges North Dakota Gay Marriage Ban

Lawsuit Challenges North Dakota Gay Marriage Ban Lawsuit filed in ND over last unchallenged gay marriage ban, Wisconsin judge tosses state ban...

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Park Helps US Takes 5-1 Lead in Curtis Cup

Park Helps US Takes 5-1 Lead in Curtis Cup Annie Park wins 2 matches, US takes 5-1 lead over Britain and Ireland in Curtis Cup...

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US Agency Still Flying Migrant Families to Arizona

US Agency Still Flying Migrant Families to Arizona Department of Homeland Security still flying migrant families to Arizona from Texas...

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Pastor: Bergdahl's Parents 'Really Hurt' by Outcry

Pastor: Bergdahl's Parents 'Really Hurt' by Outcry Pastor says family of captured soldier Bergdahl is 'really hurt' by desertion allegation...

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Clinton Says She Would Release Medical Records

Clinton Says She Would Release Medical Records Hillary Clinton says she would release medical records if she seeks White House again...

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Clinton: 'No Lingering Effects' From 'Serious' Concussion

Clinton: 'No Lingering Effects' From 'Serious' Concussion Hillary Clinton talked about her health in an exclusive interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer....

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Officials Approve Temporary Stands for WCup Opener

Officials Approve Temporary Stands for WCup Opener Brazilian officials approve temporary stands for World Cup opener in Sao Paulo...

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Clinton Says She Would Release Medical Records

Clinton Says She Would Release Medical Records Hillary Clinton says she would release medical records if she seeks White House again...

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Power on Pole in Texas, Helio Expects Tougher Race

Power on Pole in Texas, Helio Expects Tougher Race 4-time Texas winner Castroneves expects much different race; Penske teammate Power on pole...

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Suarez Jogs on Field for First Time Since Surgery

Suarez Jogs on Field for First Time Since Surgery Luis Suarez jogs on pitch for first time since knee surgery...

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Draft Issue a Worry of Bill Clinton's Vietnam Trip

Draft Issue a Worry of Bill Clinton's Vietnam Trip Draft issue loomed over Bill Clinton's trip to Vietnam 25 years after the war, documents show...

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US Agency Still Flying Migrant Families to Arizona

US Agency Still Flying Migrant Families to Arizona Department of Homeland Security still flying migrant families to Arizona from Texas...

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Wisconsin Attorney General to Seek Emergency Court Order to Stop Gay Marriages

Wisconsin Attorney General to Seek Emergency Court Order to Stop Gay Marriages Wisconsin attorney general to seek emergency court order to stop gay marriages...

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Column: Enough With the College Athletics Charade

Column: Enough With the College Athletics Charade Column: Enough with the charade, let's turn college athletics into the semipro teams they are...

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Gay Couples Ask Appeals Court to Reject Utah Stay

Gay Couples Ask Appeals Court to Reject Utah Stay Utah gay couples ask federal appeals court to reverse, require state to recognize marriages...

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Hee Young Park, Shanshan Feng Lead in Canada

Hee Young Park, Shanshan Feng Lead in Canada Hee Young Park, Shanshan Feng lead Manulife Financial Classic; Michelle Wie shot back...

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Ben Crane Shoots 65, Takes Early Lead at St. Jude

Ben Crane Shoots 65, Takes Early Lead at St. Jude Ben Crane follows 63 with 65 for lead before weather suspends 2nd round at St. Jude Classic...

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US Using Send-off Finale as Tune-up for Ghana

US Using Send-off Finale as Tune-up for Ghana US using send-off series finale against Nigeria as tune-up for World Cup opener against Ghana...

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Attorneys Argue for, Against Death for Ex-Soldier

Attorneys Argue for, Against Death for Ex-Soldier Prosecutor: Jurors must choose 'ultimate punishment' for ex-soldier convicted of girl's murder...

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