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NBA Says Donald Sterling Banned for Life

NBA Says Donald Sterling Banned for Life League reacts to racist rant allegedly made by LA Clippers' owner....

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War Veteran Hopes to Avoid Prison on 90th Birthday

War Veteran Hopes to Avoid Prison on 90th Birthday World War II veteran who turns 90 next week hopes to avoid prison in Detroit cocaine case...

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The Top iPhone and iPad Apps on App Store

The Top iPhone and iPad Apps on App Store This week's top 10 paid and free apps for iPhone and iPad on the App Store...

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'SlotZilla' Zip Line Opens in Downtown Las Vegas

'SlotZilla' Zip Line Opens in Downtown Las Vegas 'SlotZilla' zip line opens in downtown Vegas; riders cruise through Fremont Street Experience...

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Cambodia Tentatively Agrees to Boatpeople Plan

Cambodia Tentatively Agrees to Boatpeople Plan Cambodia agrees 'in principle' to Australian plan to resettle boatpeople...

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Reputed Cartel Deputy Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy

Reputed Cartel Deputy Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy Reputed 'el-Chapo' lieutenant pleads guilty to trafficking conspiracy; trial set for May 12...

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Hagel, Russian Defense Chief Differed on Ukraine

Hagel, Russian Defense Chief Differed on Ukraine In phone call, Hagel and Russia's defense chief differed on Russian role in eastern Ukraine...

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Correction: Paul Simon-Edie Brickell-Arrests Story

Correction: Paul Simon-Edie Brickell-Arrests Story Correction: Paul Simon-Edie Brickell-Arrests story...

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'Idol' Winner to Help Reopen Washington Monument

'Idol' Winner to Help Reopen Washington Monument Candice Glover from 'American Idol' to join reopening of Washington Monument after restoration...

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High Lime Prices Giving US Bartenders a Hangover

High Lime Prices Giving US Bartenders a Hangover Order a margarita while you can _ a spike in lime prices is creating a citrus drink conundrum...

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Republic of Congo Deports Thousands Lacking Papers

Republic of Congo Deports Thousands Lacking Papers Republic of Congo deports thousands to neighboring Congo for lack of immigration papers...

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Billy Joel Once Tried Heroin

Billy Joel Once Tried Heroin Made admission during intimate Town Hall with Howard Stern and Robin Quivers....

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8 Hurt in Explosion at Los Angeles-Area Building

8 Hurt in Explosion at Los Angeles-Area Building Fire spokesman: 8 people hurt, 3 critically, in explosion, fire at Los Angeles-area building...

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Fight Over Rap Lyrics at New York Murder Trial

Fight Over Rap Lyrics at New York Murder Trial Prosecutors: Jury should hear rap recordings in New York murder case against 'Da Riggs'...

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Netflix Pays Verizon for Better Internet Access

Netflix Pays Verizon for Better Internet Access Netflix paying Verizon for more direct Internet connection in effort to improve video quality...

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US Economy Likely to Rebound From Slow 1st Quarter

US Economy Likely to Rebound From Slow 1st Quarter Tepid economic growth in first quarter is expected to lead to stronger rebound...

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Austria, Russia Sign Agreement on Gas Pipeline

Austria, Russia Sign Agreement on Gas Pipeline Austria's OMV and Russia's Gazprom sign memorandum on Austrian section of gas pipeline...

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Boehner Tells Lawmakers He Was Just Ribbing Them

Boehner Tells Lawmakers He Was Just Ribbing Them Boehner to lawmakers: Just teasing with immigration comments...

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FDA Clears More Saline Imports to Address Shortage

FDA Clears More Saline Imports to Address Shortage FDA clears Baxter to import saline from Spanish facility amid US supply shortage...

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'Star Wars' Cast Announced, Includes Adam Driver

'Star Wars' Cast Announced, Includes Adam Driver 'Star Wars: Episode VII' cast announced, includes Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Max von Sydow...

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