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Attacks Kill 13 People in Iraq

Attacks Kill 13 People in Iraq Bombings, shooting kill 13 people northern in Iraq...

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Brazil Tries to Assure Tourists Airports Are OK

Brazil Tries to Assure Tourists Airports Are OK Brazil tries to assure tourists that unfinished World Cup airports won't pose a problem...

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Adultery Led to Va. Base Enlisted Leader's Ouster

Adultery Led to Va. Base Enlisted Leader's Ouster Adultery led to ouster of Navy base's top enlisted leader in Virginia Beach...

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Authorities: Bus Driver Had Phone in Hand in Crash

Authorities: Bus Driver Had Phone in Hand in Crash Authorities: Bus driver had phone in hand at time of crash; bus left hanging over turnpike...

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GM Recalls 2.4 Million More Vehicles

GM Recalls 2.4 Million More Vehicles GM recalls 2.4 million more vehicles; costs included in $400 million second-quarter charge...

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Obama Aide Tasked With VA Review Coming to Phoenix

Obama Aide Tasked With VA Review Coming to Phoenix White House Deputy Chief of Staff Nabors to visit Phoenix VA hospital amid complaints, probe...

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Who Is 'The Shield' Actor Accused of Shooting Wife?

Who Is 'The Shield' Actor Accused of Shooting Wife? 'The Shield' actor arrested in the shooting of his wife, April Jace....

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Housing Debt Still Traps 10 Million Americans

Housing Debt Still Traps 10 Million Americans 18.8 percent of US mortgage holders owe more than their homes are worth, research finds...

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Juan Monaco Reaches 2nd Round in Duesseldorf

Juan Monaco Reaches 2nd Round in Duesseldorf Juan Monaco defeats Benjamin Becker to reach 2nd round at Duesseldorf Open...

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Most US Open Spots Are Going to Qualifiers

Most US Open Spots Are Going to Qualifiers US Open remains the most 'democratic' of majors; Adam Scott begins stint at No. 1 in world...

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The Lasting Fallout of Fake Vaccination Programs

The Lasting Fallout of Fake Vaccination Programs The U.S. government will no longer use vaccines as a front to obtain intelligence, according to a newly-released letter from the White House to 13 concerned public health school deans. But some experts say that the damage from high-profile ploys – like the one used to help find Osama bin Laden – is already done....

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What's at Stake in Billionaire's Divorce

What's at Stake in Billionaire's Divorce A Swiss court has ordered a Russian billionaire to pay $4.5 billion, approximately half of his net worth, to his estranged wife in one could be the largest divorce settlement in history....

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Jewish Groups in Spain Protest Twitter Insults

Jewish Groups in Spain Protest Twitter Insults Spanish Jewish groups file complaint over allegedly anti-Semitic tweets after basketball match...

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APNewsBreak: Ex-Players: NFL Illegally Used Drugs

APNewsBreak: Ex-Players: NFL Illegally Used Drugs APNewsBreak: Ex-players say in lawsuit that NFL illegally used painkillers to mask injuries...

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Prince Charles Says Grandson Focuses His Attention

Prince Charles Says Grandson Focuses His Attention Prince Charles says birth of grandson focuses world's challenges for him...

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Novelist Sam Greenlee Dies in Chicago

Novelist Sam Greenlee Dies in Chicago Novelist Sam Greenlee, foreign service officer who wrote 'The Spook Who Sat by the Door,' dies...

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No Vote on Expanded Playoffs Till Fall at Earliest

No Vote on Expanded Playoffs Till Fall at Earliest NFL owners won't vote on expanded playoffs until fall; Super Bowl 2018 vote later Tuesday...

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'The Three' by Sarah Lotz Is Imaginative Thriller

'The Three' by Sarah Lotz Is Imaginative Thriller Review: Sarah Lotz tells compelling story in imaginative thriller 'The Three'...

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Nations Double South Sudan Refugee Aid to $1.2 Bln

Nations Double South Sudan Refugee Aid to $1.2 Bln Nations double aid commitment to South Sudan to $1.2 billion at UN meeting in Norway...

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Guinea-Bissau's Vaz Wins Presidential Runoff Vote

Guinea-Bissau's Vaz Wins Presidential Runoff Vote Election officials: Vaz wins presidential runoff vote in West African nation of Guinea-Bissau...

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