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Bad Weather Hurts Wal-Mart in 1st Quarter

Bad Weather Hurts Wal-Mart in 1st Quarter Poor weather dents Wal-Mart 1Q results; 2Q earnings forecast misses analysts' expectations...

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Photos: Spreading Brush Fires Engulfing Homes

Photos: Spreading Brush Fires Engulfing Homes More Evacuations, School Closures as Fires Rage on in Southern California....

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Kindred Takes $533M Gentiva Offer to Shareholders

Kindred Takes $533M Gentiva Offer to Shareholders Kindred, after rejection, takes $533 million bid for Gentiva directly to shareholders...

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S. Sudan Wants US, UN to Verify Who Is Attacking

S. Sudan Wants US, UN to Verify Who Is Attacking S. Sudan wants US, UN to verify who attacked, broke peace deal violation before sanctions...

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Police: Vehicle Outside Bank of England Is Safe

Police: Vehicle Outside Bank of England Is Safe Police: Suspicious car found outside London's Bank of England building deemed safe...

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Malaysia Airlines Says Q1 Loss Rose 59 Percent

Malaysia Airlines Says Q1 Loss Rose 59 Percent Malaysia Airlines posts higher Q1 loss, China sales slump due to missing plane...

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Lebanese Lawmakers Fail Again to Elect President

Lebanese Lawmakers Fail Again to Elect President In Lebanon, presidential vacuum looms as lawmakers fail again to elect new president...

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Legislators Discuss Nigeria's State of Emergency

Legislators Discuss Nigeria's State of Emergency Legislators and security chief discuss extending state of emergency in northeast Nigeria...

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Rabbi, Muslim Join Pope's Delegation in Holy Land

Rabbi, Muslim Join Pope's Delegation in Holy Land Pope Francis to be accompanied by rabbi, Muslim in Holy Land in sign of interfaith friendship...

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Emma Watson to Graduate From Brown University

Emma Watson to Graduate From Brown University British 'Harry Potter' and 'Noah' actress Emma Watson to graduate from Brown University...

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Cellist Yo-Yo Ma Plays Supreme Court

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma Plays Supreme Court Aural argument? Yo-Yo Ma plays 300-year-old cello for Supreme Court justices...

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Airlines Expect More Travelers to Fly This Summer

Airlines Expect More Travelers to Fly This Summer Summer air travel expected to hit highest level in 6 years; 2.3M passengers to fly each day...

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Man Accused of Holding Sister Captive Posts Bond

Man Accused of Holding Sister Captive Posts Bond Connecticut man accused of holding his sister captive is freed after posting bond...

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Uganda: Groups Report Surge in Gay Rights Abuses

Uganda: Groups Report Surge in Gay Rights Abuses Uganda: Rights groups report surge in rights violations of homosexuals...

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Riots in Vietnam Leave 1 Chinese Dead, 141 Injured

Riots in Vietnam Leave 1 Chinese Dead, 141 Injured Rioters storm steel mill in Vietnam, killing 1 Chinese, injuring 141 amid anger over oil rig...

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Meet the Man Trying to Unseat Eric Cantor

Meet the Man Trying to Unseat Eric Cantor Meet Dave Brat, an economics and ethics professor at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, who has launched a long-shot bid to oust House Majority Leader Eric Cantor from his seat representing Virginia’s 7th Congressional District. Brat, who admits that he has supported several Cantor candidacies......

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Another GM Recall, This Time to Fix Malibu Brakes

Another GM Recall, This Time to Fix Malibu Brakes General Motors issues another recall, this time to fix power brakes that can fail on Malibu...

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Kim Seung-Hyuk Leads at SK Telecom Open

Kim Seung-Hyuk Leads at SK Telecom Open Kim Seung-hyuk shoots 6-under 66 to take the lead at SK Telecom Open...

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Lebanese Lawmakers Fail Again to Elect President

Lebanese Lawmakers Fail Again to Elect President In Lebanon, presidential vacuum looms as lawmakers fail again to elect new president...

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50K Gallons of Oil Spill on LA Street

50K Gallons of Oil Spill on LA Street Tens of thousands of gallons of oil flooded into the streets of Los Angeles, with the oil knee-deep in some areas, after an oil pipe ruptured, officials say....

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