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Cartel Lookouts Give Go-Head From Arizona Hilltops

Cartel Lookouts Give Go-Head From Arizona Hilltops Mexican cartels pay lookouts to use technology to spot authorities, alert smugglers in Arizona...

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US Ghosts Left at Kirkuk Base After Iraqi Army Fled

US Ghosts Left at Kirkuk Base After Iraqi Army Fled ABC News tours Iraqi base built by U.S. troops in Kirkuk, Iraq, and left a looted and filty mess by fleeing Iraqi army....

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Sweden Returns Pre-Incan Funeral Shroud to Peru

Sweden Returns Pre-Incan Funeral Shroud to Peru Peru displays 2,000-year-old pre-Incan shroud, among first items recovered from Swedish museum...

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Jordan's Prince Zeid to Be Next UN Rights Chief

Jordan's Prince Zeid to Be Next UN Rights Chief UN approves Prince Zeid of Jordan as next UN human rights chief, the first Muslim in the job...

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Aaron Hernandez Challenges Evidence in Murder Case

Aaron Hernandez Challenges Evidence in Murder Case Aaron Hernandez's attorneys on Monday asked a judge to throw out one of the former NFL star's murder cases, saying prosecutors lack evidence....

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Spain-Netherlands Match With Most Empty Seats

Spain-Netherlands Match With Most Empty Seats Spain-Netherlands World Cup thriller had most empty World Cup seats so far...

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Result, Not Performance, the Focus for England

Result, Not Performance, the Focus for England Praised for display despite in Italy loss, Sturridge wants England win at any cost vs Uruguay...

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Girl in Transplant Controversy Breathing Completely on Her Own

Girl in Transplant Controversy Breathing Completely on Her Own On transplant anniversary, Sarah Murnaghan gets tracheostomy tube removed....

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Attack-Minded Nigeria Held 0-0 at Halftime by Iran

Attack-Minded Nigeria Held 0-0 at Halftime by Iran Iran manages to keep score 0-0 against Nigeria at halftime despite African team's dominance...

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Obama Considers Special Forces to Help in Iraq

Obama Considers Special Forces to Help in Iraq White House considering special forces contingent to help Iraqi government...

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Prosecutor: Fake Flowers Aided NJ Fire; 6 Dead

Prosecutor: Fake Flowers Aided NJ Fire; 6 Dead Prosecutor: Plastic porch flowers acted as accelerant in fatal New Jersey fire that killed 6...

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Condemned Georgia Inmate Seeks Clemency

Condemned Georgia Inmate Seeks Clemency Family of condemned Georgia inmate speaks during clemency hearing; convicted of rape, murder...

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Iraqi Officials Say Army Helicopter Shot Down During Clashes With Militants West of Baghdad

Iraqi Officials Say Army Helicopter Shot Down During Clashes With Militants West of Baghdad Iraqi officials say army helicopter shot down during clashes with militants west of Baghdad...

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Authorities: NYC Man Threatened Muslim Advocate

Authorities: NYC Man Threatened Muslim Advocate New York City man is charged with sending threatening emails to Muslim group...

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Obama to Sign Order Extending LGBT Protections

Obama to Sign Order Extending LGBT Protections Obama to sign order banning federal contractors from discriminating against gay employees...

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High Court Will Hear Appeal Over Illegal Threats

High Court Will Hear Appeal Over Illegal Threats Supreme Court will consider when threatening language in electronic media is protected speech...

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Review: Willie Nelson Picks up His Pen on New LP

Review: Willie Nelson Picks up His Pen on New LP Music Review: Willie Nelson picks up his pen on 'Band of Brothers,' strongest album in years...

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Spurs Title-Clinching Win a Hit With Viewers

Spurs Title-Clinching Win a Hit With Viewers San Antonio's title-clinching win over Miami in NBA Finals averages nearly 18 million viewers...

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Grain Lower, Livestock Mixed

Grain Lower, Livestock Mixed Wheat, corn, oats and soybeans all lower on the CBOT; beef mixed and pork lower on the CME....

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Starbucks Pays for College, But Employees Will Miss Epic ASU Parties

Starbucks Pays for College, But Employees Will Miss Epic ASU Parties Starbucks' partnership with Arizona State University's online degree program will support the educational advancement of its coffee employees, 70 percent of whom are students or aspiring students in the U.S. But will these employees miss all that ASU campus life has to offer?...

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