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South Dakota Candidate Cited for Election Charges

South Dakota Candidate Cited for Election Charges South Dakota attorney general charges US Senate candidate Bosworth of violating election laws...

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Review: Chrissie Hynde Falls Short on Solo Debut

Review: Chrissie Hynde Falls Short on Solo Debut Music Review: Chrissie Hynde's 1st self-billed disc suffers from lack of distinctiveness...

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Libya's Rogue General Survives Suicide Bombing

Libya's Rogue General Survives Suicide Bombing Libya's rogue general survives suicide car bombing that kills 4, officials say...

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Robin Roberts to Receive 2014 Cronkite Award

Robin Roberts to Receive 2014 Cronkite Award Robin Roberts to receive Cronkite journalism award from Arizona State University...

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Egypt's Brotherhood Says Vote Is 'Null and Void'

Egypt's Brotherhood Says Vote Is 'Null and Void' Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood says el-Sissi's election is 'null and void'...

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Chris Christie Receives Father of the Year Award

Chris Christie Receives Father of the Year Award New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie crowned Father of the Year at New York City awards ceremony...

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Britain Seeks to Hold Terrorism Trial in Secret

Britain Seeks to Hold Terrorism Trial in Secret Media groups challenge British bid to hold terrorism trial in secret...

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Some Black Miss. Dems Supported GOP's Cochran

Some Black Miss. Dems Supported GOP's Cochran Some black voters in Mississippi tried to swing close Senate primary race for GOP's Cochran...

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Josh Trank to Direct Stand-Alone 'Star Wars' Film

Josh Trank to Direct Stand-Alone 'Star Wars' Film 'Chronicle' director Josh Trank to direct stand-alone 'Star Wars' film...

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Spurs' Parker Is a Go for Game 1 of the Finals

Spurs' Parker Is a Go for Game 1 of the Finals Spurs' point guard Tony Parker's left ankle won't keep him out of Game 1 of the NBA Finals...

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Return to Kuwait Sought for Guantanamo Prisoner

Return to Kuwait Sought for Guantanamo Prisoner Kuwaiti held at Guantanamo would be sent to rehab center if released, lawyer says...

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Singing Nun in Finals of Italy's TV Talent Show

Singing Nun in Finals of Italy's TV Talent Show Singing nun a front-runner as she heads into finals of Italy's "The Voice" TV talent show...

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Tiananmen Square Survivor Never 'Expected a Massacre'

Tiananmen Square Survivor Never 'Expected a Massacre' Chai Ling was one of the most wanted students in China 25 years ago....

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Man Drives Hundreds of Miles Alongside Corpse

Man Drives Hundreds of Miles Alongside Corpse Michigan man drives hundreds of miles from southwest US with friend's corpse in passenger seat...

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Keira Knightly Opens Up About Being Called 'Anorexic'

Keira Knightly Opens Up About Being Called 'Anorexic' Keira Knightly has often been asked about her weight, or lack thereof. The "Begin Again" actress is now saying the comments affected her so much, that because of them, she would not encourage any future children to take up acting. When asked if she would encourage her hypothetical teenage daughter to be an actress, she told ELLE UK, out on newsstands June 5 that, "Oh, 100%, I’d absolutely tell her not to. I would 150 million trillion per cent be totally discouraging of [her] doing anything like that."...

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Spain's Next King Speaks of Unity in First Speech

Spain's Next King Speaks of Unity in First Speech Spain's Crown Prince Felipe emphasizes unity in first speech since being tapped as king...

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US Hottest Spots of Warming: Northeast, Southwest

US Hottest Spots of Warming: Northeast, Southwest Where has global warming baked the most in US since 1984? Maine, Vermont, New Mexico, Texas...

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Civil Rights Leaders Meet With NBA Commissioner

Civil Rights Leaders Meet With NBA Commissioner Civil rights leaders: Meeting with NBA commissioner on racial issues 'constructive'...

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Crowds Gather to Mark Anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre

Crowds Gather to Mark Anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre Tens of thousands gathered in central Hong Kong today to mark the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, even as mainland China tightened security to forestall protests. The student movement in 1989, which briefly stoked hopes of democratic reforms in the world’s most populous......

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Envoy: Last Dangerous Chemicals Must Leave Syria

Envoy: Last Dangerous Chemicals Must Leave Syria Top official urges Syrian government and others to ensure removal of last dangerous chemicals...

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