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Hatch: Gay Marriage Will Become Law of the Land

Hatch: Gay Marriage Will Become Law of the Land Sen. Orrin Hatch says gay marriage likely to become law of the land sooner or later...

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30 Percent of World Is Now Fat, No Country Immune

30 Percent of World Is Now Fat, No Country Immune Waistlines worldwide are starting to bulge; study finds more than 2 billion people now heavy...

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Google in the Car Business

Google in the Car Business Google in the car business...

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UN: Syria Won't Meet Deadline to Destroy Chemicals

UN: Syria Won't Meet Deadline to Destroy Chemicals UN chief says the June 30 deadline for eliminating Syria's chemical weapons won't be met...

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White and Male, Google Releases Diversity Data

White and Male, Google Releases Diversity Data Google releases diversity data and concedes its largely white, male workforce should diversify...

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Hatch: Gay Marriage Will Become Law of the Land

Hatch: Gay Marriage Will Become Law of the Land Sen. Orrin Hatch says gay marriage likely to become law of the land sooner or later...

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New Rail Hub Opens Along Border in New Mexico

New Rail Hub Opens Along Border in New Mexico New rail hub opens in New Mexico with promise to boost trade, jobs in border region...

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Santa Barbara Rampage Survivor Shares One Wish

Santa Barbara Rampage Survivor Shares One Wish Patrick Eggert, who came face-to-face with Elliot Rodger, who killed six and wounded 13 in Friday’s rampage near the University of California, Santa Barbara, said today there was one thing he wishes he could have done. “I wish I could talk to him before he......

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10 Things to Remember About Author Maya Angelou

10 Things to Remember About Author Maya Angelou 10 Things to Remember about Author Maya Angelou...

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$650M Settlement Reached Over Blood Thinner

$650M Settlement Reached Over Blood Thinner German drugmaker to pay $650M to settle thousands of US claims over blood thinner Pradaxa...

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California Chicken Still Linked to Salmonella

California Chicken Still Linked to Salmonella A year after chicken from California linked to salmonella, people still getting sick...

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Eva Longoria's Las Vegas Strip Steakhouse Closes

Eva Longoria's Las Vegas Strip Steakhouse Closes Eva Longoria's female-focused steakhouse closes; Vegas eatery had bad health review in April...

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Chile Miners Seek to Give Boost to World Cup Team

Chile Miners Seek to Give Boost to World Cup Team Chile's rescued miners put out TV ad seeking to give boost to country's World Cup team...

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Texas Gov. Perry in Iowa; Mulling 2016 GOP Run

Texas Gov. Perry in Iowa; Mulling 2016 GOP Run Texas Gov. Rick Perry in Iowa again as he weighs bid for 2016 GOP presidential nomination...

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Sentencing Phase of Death-Penalty Trial Begins

Sentencing Phase of Death-Penalty Trial Begins Jury to hear from family, friends in deciding whether ex-Hawaii solider gets death penalty...

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Immigration Delay Ups the Ante on Obama, GOP

Immigration Delay Ups the Ante on Obama, GOP Obama's move to delay deportation review ups ante on immigration for president and GOP...

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Texas Gov. Perry in Iowa; Mulling 2016 GOP Run

Texas Gov. Perry in Iowa; Mulling 2016 GOP Run Texas Gov. Rick Perry in Iowa again as he weighs bid for 2016 GOP presidential nomination...

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Venezuela Implicates US Envoy in Opposition Plot

Venezuela Implicates US Envoy in Opposition Plot Venezuela implicated US Ambassador to Colombia in opposition plan to destabilize Maduro's rule...

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Hunter-Reay on Edge of Seat Watching 500 Victory

Hunter-Reay on Edge of Seat Watching 500 Victory Indy 500 winner Hunter-Reay on edge of seat watching closing laps of race and his bold pass...

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Incidents Force Security Changes at Trade Center

Incidents Force Security Changes at Trade Center Recent incidents prompt security changes at World Trade Center tower...

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