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Weir, DeLaet Look to End 60-Year Canadian Drought

Weir, DeLaet Look to End 60-Year Canadian Drought Mike Weir, Graham DeLaet look to end Canada's 60-year drought in Canadian Open...

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Soybeans Bounce off Lowest Prices Since 2010

Soybeans Bounce off Lowest Prices Since 2010 Expectations of drier weather help pull prices for soybeans up; Corn and wheat rise...

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US Economy, Though Sluggish, May Now Be Sturdier

US Economy, Though Sluggish, May Now Be Sturdier Still-slow rebound belies a sturdier economy with less consumer debt and more educated workers...

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Obama Supports Hawaii's Governor in Radio Ad

Obama Supports Hawaii's Governor in Radio Ad President Obama supports Hawaii governor's re-election bid in new radio ad...

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Fair Trade Brings Big Sales and a Clear Conscience

Fair Trade Brings Big Sales and a Clear Conscience Small businesses selling Fair Trade products looking to make money while doing good...

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Austria: Israeli Club's Match Disrupted by Protest

Austria: Israeli Club's Match Disrupted by Protest Austria: Israeli club's friendly against French side disrupted by pro-Palestinian protest...

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Watch as Persistent Bear Test Drives Bear-Proof Trash Can

Watch as Persistent Bear Test Drives Bear-Proof Trash Can There’s only one sure way to test a bear-resistant trash can, and that’s to watch a bear try to get into it....

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Cruz Suggests Flight Ban Is Boycott of Israel

Cruz Suggests Flight Ban Is Boycott of Israel Cruz suggests FAA flight ban amounts to Obama launching economic boycott of Israel...

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Puerto Rico to Pay for Chikungunya Virus Testing

Puerto Rico to Pay for Chikungunya Virus Testing Puerto Rico to pay for chikungunya tests, fearing cases being under reported amid epidemic...

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Jamaica Police Arrest 41 Suspected Scammers

Jamaica Police Arrest 41 Suspected Scammers In western Jamaica, police arrest 41 people suspected of involvement in lottery scam rings...

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Jailed Venezuelan Opposition Leader Goes on Trial

Jailed Venezuelan Opposition Leader Goes on Trial Jailed Venezuela opposition leader goes on trial for inciting violence during street protests...

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Dutch Mayor Apologizes After Saying Putin's Daughter Should Be Deported

Dutch Mayor Apologizes After Saying Putin's Daughter Should Be Deported The mayor of a Netherlands city has apologized for suggesting Russian president Vladimir Putin's daughter should be kicked out of the country....

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US Wildlife Officials Propose Limiting Snake Trade

US Wildlife Officials Propose Limiting Snake Trade US Fish and Wildlife proposes limiting trade of 5 snake species, including boa constrictor...

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Quebec Police Try to Prevent Auction of Locomotive

Quebec Police Try to Prevent Auction of Locomotive Quebec police try to prevent US auction of locomotive involved in deadly oil train explosion...

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Social Security Spent $300M on 'IT Boondoggle'

Social Security Spent $300M on 'IT Boondoggle' Internal report: Social Security spent nearly $300M on new computer system that doesn't work...

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Man Charged in Slaying of 5-Year-Old Miss. Girl

Man Charged in Slaying of 5-Year-Old Miss. Girl Man charged with capital murder in sexual assault, slaying of 5-year-old Mississippi girl...

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Boehner Lauds Doctor Who Saved Lawmaker's Baby

Boehner Lauds Doctor Who Saved Lawmaker's Baby An emotional John Boehner lauds doctor who helped congresswoman's baby survive rare condition...

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Cheaper Wireless Plans Cut Into AT&T 2Q Profit

Cheaper Wireless Plans Cut Into AT&T 2Q Profit AT&T profit hurt by cheaper wireless plans; fighting on price with T-Mobile...

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UN Chief 'Alarmed' at Rockets Put at UN Gaza Site

UN Chief 'Alarmed' at Rockets Put at UN Gaza Site UN chief 'alarmed' at rockets put at UN Gaza school; now they've gone missing...

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Israeli Airline With Missile Defenses Goes to Israel When US Carriers Won’t

Israeli Airline With Missile Defenses Goes to Israel When US Carriers Won’t As the grounding of American air carriers flying to Israel was extended today, one major Israeli airline says it’s braving potential rocket attacks to fly home to Tel Aviv – an airline that’s one of the only ones in the world boasting high-tech anti-missile defenses....

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