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Players Accept 2-Tee Start at British Open

Players Accept 2-Tee Start at British Open Historic decision for 2-tee start at British Open appears misguided, but accepted by players...

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French President Announces New Operation in Africa

French President Announces New Operation in Africa French president in Chad announces new operation of 3,000 French troops in 5 African countries...

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Ky Town Starts Retail Gas Venture

Ky Town Starts Retail Gas Venture Ky town entering retail gas business with filling station offering unleaded gas to public...

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Jazz Trumpeter Lionel Ferbos Dies

Jazz Trumpeter Lionel Ferbos Dies New Orleans jazz trumpeter Lionel Ferbos dies a few days after his birthday at age 103...

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For Obama, Foreign Crises Grow More Challenging

For Obama, Foreign Crises Grow More Challenging From Mideast to Ukraine, dizzying array of global challenges for Obama grow more complicated...

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Some Folklore Tales Told About Johnny Appleseed

Some Folklore Tales Told About Johnny Appleseed Some tales woven into folklore about man known to generations of Americans as Johnny Appleseed...

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Exhibit on Real Johnny Appleseed Will Hit the Road

Exhibit on Real Johnny Appleseed Will Hit the Road Traveling exhibit will tell story of man who became American folk hero Johnny Appleseed...

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3 Years on, Girl's Unsolved Slaying Haunts Town

3 Years on, Girl's Unsolved Slaying Haunts Town 3 years later, slaying of 11-year-old found in river still haunts community longing for arrest...

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Credit Card Thieves Use 'Skimmers' at Gas Pumps and ATMs

Credit Card Thieves Use 'Skimmers' at Gas Pumps and ATMs More cases of credit card thieves are using “skimming� devices to steal unsuspecting customers’ credit card information are cropping up across the country, not just at gas stations, but ATMs and, in at least one case, at a fast food chain’s drive-thru window....

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400 Migrants Rescued Near Malta; 19 Dead

400 Migrants Rescued Near Malta; 19 Dead 400 migrants rescued from smugglers' boat near Malta; 19 dead...

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'Ninja Warrior' Competitor Wants to Inspire Others

'Ninja Warrior' Competitor Wants to Inspire Others 'American Ninja Warrior' competitor wants to inspire others to lead active lifestyle...

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Russia Bans Congressman, 12 Other Americans

Russia Bans Congressman, 12 Other Americans Russia bans 13 Americans including Congressman, 12 linked to Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib...

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Alleged Leader of Cocaine Cartel Arrested in Spain

Alleged Leader of Cocaine Cartel Arrested in Spain Alleged Colombian leader of ruthless cocaine-smuggling cartel arrested in Spain...

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Singapore Airlines Apologizes Over Ukraine Remarks

Singapore Airlines Apologizes Over Ukraine Remarks Singapore Airlines apologizes as social media remarks made after Malaysia jet crash stir anger...

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Maroon 5 Guitarist Reveals Best Man for Adam Levine's Wedding

Maroon 5 Guitarist Reveals Best Man for Adam Levine's Wedding In an interview with the Australian radio station 2DayFM, Adam Levine's Maroon 5 bandmate, guitarist James Valentine, spilled the beans on who the best man for Levine's wedding will be: Maroon 5 keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, who recently returned to the band after taking a hiatus....

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Ukraine Crisis Shows Divisions in Old Soviet Bloc

Ukraine Crisis Shows Divisions in Old Soviet Bloc Plane crash in Ukraine unlikely to halt deepening divisions in old Soviet bloc on Russia...

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Thai Junta's Gag on Media Raises Alarm, Criticism

Thai Junta's Gag on Media Raises Alarm, Criticism Thai junta's gag on media raises alarm, criticism over freedom of speech...

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3 Car Bombs Kill at Least 15 in Baghdad

3 Car Bombs Kill at Least 15 in Baghdad 3 car bombs hit different areas of Baghdad in quick succession, killing at least 15...

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Photo of Man's 'Double' Uvula Goes Viral

Photo of Man's 'Double' Uvula Goes Viral Growing up, Albert Torres said he always had one way to get attention during show and tell in class by revealing his “bisected� Uvula....

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An Aleppo Auto King Who Now Sells Street Food

An Aleppo Auto King Who Now Sells Street Food In Aleppo, Sako, 60, owned an auto-repair business that employed 15 workers. Now the Syrian-Armenian, one of 11,000 to settle in Yerevan since the conflict began, rents and operates a small falafel and shwarma stand in the center of town....

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