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Review: 'City of Conversation' Sharp, Intelligent

Review: 'City of Conversation' Sharp, Intelligent Review: 'City of Conversation' is sharp, intelligent look at the roots of political rigidity...

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New McConnell Ad Looks to November

New McConnell Ad Looks to November New McConnell ad looks to November, focuses on jobs...

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Rockwell Painting of Red Sox Shown at Fenway

Rockwell Painting of Red Sox Shown at Fenway Rockwell painting of Red Sox shown at Fenway Park with 2 subjects ahead of New York auction...

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Small Plane Crashes Into House North of Denver

Small Plane Crashes Into House North of Denver Pilot escapes injury after small plane crashes into unoccupied house near Denver, starts fire...

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Billy Frank Jr., Tribal Fishing Activist, Dies

Billy Frank Jr., Tribal Fishing Activist, Dies Billy Frank Jr., leader of Northwest 'fish wars' that restored tribal rights, dies at 83...

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Hillary Clinton Expected to Campaign for Chelsea's Mother-in-Law, Marjorie Margolies

Hillary Clinton Expected to Campaign for Chelsea's Mother-in-Law, Marjorie Margolies Chelsea Clinton is married to Margolies' son Marc Mezvinsky....

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Some NFL Retirees Fault Concussion Deal

Some NFL Retirees Fault Concussion Deal Some NFL retirees fault $765M concussion deal, say it gives nothing for 'residual' problems...

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Russian Rookie Clears 1st Hurdle in Indy Testing

Russian Rookie Clears 1st Hurdle in Indy Testing Russian rookie clears 1st hurdle in testing for Indianapolis 500...

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Former Nuclear Admiral Gets Reprimand in Fake Casino Chips Case

Former Nuclear Admiral Gets Reprimand in Fake Casino Chips Case The admiral fired from his position last fall as the number two officer at U.S. Strategic Command has been reprimanded and fined for his use of counterfeit gambling chips at an Iowa casino, the Navy said in a statement today. By accepting the non-judicial punishment,......

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Obama Uses Cinco De Mayo to Push Immigration Bill

Obama Uses Cinco De Mayo to Push Immigration Bill Obama uses Cinco de Mayo celebration to push for an overhaul of immigration laws...

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Haiti Raises Minimum Wage for Apparel Workers

Haiti Raises Minimum Wage for Apparel Workers Haiti's government institutes 12.5 percent increase in minimum wage for apparel workers...

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Dallas Cop Indicted for Shooting Mentally Ill Man

Dallas Cop Indicted for Shooting Mentally Ill Man Dallas police officer indicted for shooting mentally ill man in incident caught on tape...

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Eastern New Mexico Players Compete After Arrests

Eastern New Mexico Players Compete After Arrests Eastern New Mexico baseball players compete in double-header after arrests stemming from fight...

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Boko Haram: Kidnappers, Slave-Owners, Terrorists, Killers

Boko Haram: Kidnappers, Slave-Owners, Terrorists, Killers Today the leader of a relatively little-known African Islamist group declared he planned to sell “in the marketplace” nearly 300 young girls his group kidnapped last month in Nigeria, describing the young students now as “slaves.”...

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Judge Promises Ruling Soon on Idaho Gay Marriage

Judge Promises Ruling Soon on Idaho Gay Marriage Federal judge says she'll rule soon on whether Idaho gay marriage ban violates Constitution...

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Correction: Canada-Toronto Mayor

Correction: Canada-Toronto Mayor Correction: Canada-Toronto Mayor...

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Obama Celebrates Cinco de Mayo, Warns Guests 'Be Careful' of the Margaritas

Obama Celebrates Cinco de Mayo, Warns Guests 'Be Careful' of the Margaritas President pays tribute to "our shared history, our shared future" with Mexico....

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Judge Sentences 2 Chainz to Drug Diversion Program

Judge Sentences 2 Chainz to Drug Diversion Program Rapper 2 Chainz sentenced to diversion program after pleading guilty in Los Angeles drug case...

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Polio Threatens U.S. in 'Public Health Emergency'

Polio Threatens U.S. in 'Public Health Emergency' A resurgence of polio in the Middle East and Africa has sparked a dire warning from public health officials, including U.S. experts who fear the deadly virus is just a plane ride away....

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FBI Poised to Help Rescue Kidnapped Nigerian Girls

FBI Poised to Help Rescue Kidnapped Nigerian Girls More than 270 girls remain captive after being kidnapped on April 15....

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