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Obama Library Foundation Expands Its Board

Obama Library Foundation Expands Its Board Obama library foundation adds former top adviser, Obama's half-sister to its board...

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All Germany Players Cleared to Play Vs France

All Germany Players Cleared to Play Vs France All Germany players declared fit to play in World Cup quarterfinal vs France...

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Black Farmer Lobbyist Wants Piece of Indian Deal

Black Farmer Lobbyist Wants Piece of Indian Deal President of black farmers association wants piece of $3.4 billion Native American settlement...

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FIFA to Consider Allowing 4th Sub in Extra Time

FIFA to Consider Allowing 4th Sub in Extra Time FIFA panel wants teams to have 4th substitute option in extra time at next World Cup...

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Vatican Gives Thumbs up for Exorcist Association

Vatican Gives Thumbs up for Exorcist Association Vatican gives legal approval to exorcist group in sign of the Pope's concern about the devil...

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Dog Escapes From Kennel, Runs Across LA Runways

Dog Escapes From Kennel, Runs Across LA Runways Dog escapes from kennel at Los Angeles airport, bolts across runways...

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Fraud Trial Set for Father of Quintuplets

Fraud Trial Set for Father of Quintuplets North Las Vegas quintuplets' father scheduled for February trial in real estate fraud case...

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Man Charged in Iran Documents Case Seeks Release

Man Charged in Iran Documents Case Seeks Release Feds oppose release of contractor accused of trying to ship US military jet documents to Iran...

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US Ed Dept. Adds 12 Schools to Title IX List

US Ed Dept. Adds 12 Schools to Title IX List Education Dept. adds 12 schools investigated for Title IX violations in handling sex assaults...

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Company Defends Canadian Exec in Cuba Graft Case

Company Defends Canadian Exec in Cuba Graft Case Company of Canadian facing Cuba charges says legitimate transactions wrongly treated as graft...

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Robin Thicke Admits He's 'Flying by the Seat of My Pants' to Woo Back Wife

Robin Thicke Admits He's 'Flying by the Seat of My Pants' to Woo Back Wife Robin Thicke has "hope" that estranged wife Paula Patton likes his new album "Paula." "These songs poured out of me over the course of two weeks, the whole album pretty much," Thicke told "Good Morning America" today. "When I was looking through some of our old wedding photos and our sentimental stuff, I saw the pictures of the kids at our wedding and I thought it might be nice to recreate a wedding through the eyes of the eight-year-olds." Thicke and Patton were "childhood sweethearts," who announced in February that they had decided to separate after almost a decade of marriage....

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Markets Steady as US Jobs Report Looms

Markets Steady as US Jobs Report Looms Despite strong ADP survey, investors hold back ahead of official US jobs figures...

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Hiring Gain Sends Stocks Higher in Midday Trading

Hiring Gain Sends Stocks Higher in Midday Trading Jump in hiring at private companies sends US stocks slightly higher in midday trading...

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AP Exclusive: Child Rape Case Leaves Mysteries

AP Exclusive: Child Rape Case Leaves Mysteries Unraveling the mystery of a salesman accused of molesting, raping unconscious girls...

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Wedding Fashions From 1800s to Today Featured

Wedding Fashions From 1800s to Today Featured Texas exhibit features American wedding gown fashions from 1800s to today...

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Police: Man Stole Because He Wanted to Be Arrested

Police: Man Stole Because He Wanted to Be Arrested Police: Massachusetts man stole cigarettes from store because he wanted to go back to jail...

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Tuberculosis Outbreak at Sacramento High School

Tuberculosis Outbreak at Sacramento High School Tuberculosis outbreak at Sacramento high school; 9 cases reported...

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Suspected Mad Cow Disease Found in Romanian Beef

Suspected Mad Cow Disease Found in Romanian Beef Officials say 1 case of suspected mad cow disease found in Romanian beef...

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Who's Favored to Advance to the World Cup Semifinals?

Who's Favored to Advance to the World Cup Semifinals? Microsoft's Cortana, the smartphone virtual assistant, has a perfect track record of picking World Cup outcomes since the beginning of the elimination round....

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Nanny Says Employer Tried to Feed Her Dog Food

Nanny Says Employer Tried to Feed Her Dog Food For days, fired nanny Diane Stretton declined to speak about accusations that she refused to move out after she was dimissed, but she has begun to defend herself with a round of interviews in which she says that her former employers have "villified" her and tried to feed her dog food....

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