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Paraplegic Kicks Off World Cup In Exo-Skeleton

Paraplegic Kicks Off World Cup In Exo-Skeleton Mind-controlled robotic suit developed in time for tournament's first game....

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Blast Rocks Center of Breakaway Town in E. Ukraine

Blast Rocks Center of Breakaway Town in E. Ukraine Explosion rocks center of eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk at separatist-held building...

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Study: Teens Are Drinking Less, Texting More

Study: Teens Are Drinking Less, Texting More Study: US teens spending less time smoking and drinking, more time texting behind the wheel...

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Stocks End Sharply Lower After So-So Economic News

Stocks End Sharply Lower After So-So Economic News Stocks stumble on lackluster economic news, weaker airline shares; Dow drops 109 points...

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Court Rules for Pom Wonderful in Dispute With Coke

Court Rules for Pom Wonderful in Dispute With Coke Supreme Court rules for Pom Wonderful in juice label dispute with Coke...

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Hoyer 'Securely Ahead' of Manziel for Browns' Job

Hoyer 'Securely Ahead' of Manziel for Browns' Job He's Johnny Backup: Browns' coach says Brian Hoyer leads Johnny Manziel for quarterback job...

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White House: Obama in Excellent Health

White House: Obama in Excellent Health White House medical report says Obama in excellent health, should remain so while in office...

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Harrison Ford Injures Ankle on Set of 'Star Wars'

Harrison Ford Injures Ankle on Set of 'Star Wars' Harrison Ford injured on set of 'Star Wars,' taken to hospital with ankle injury...

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Budweiser Lists Ingredients for First Time

Budweiser Lists Ingredients for First Time Anheuser-Busch reveals ingredients for Budweiser, Bud Light for first time...

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Platinum and Palladium Slump on Strike Deal

Platinum and Palladium Slump on Strike Deal Platinum and palladium slump deal to end South African mining strike...

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5 Questions From the World Cup Opening Ceremony

5 Questions From the World Cup Opening Ceremony Who was the lady singing with Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull?...

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Gov't Sets Wage Increase for Many of Its Workers

Gov't Sets Wage Increase for Many of Its Workers New year to bring minimum wage boost to $10.10 an hour for many federal workers, contractors...

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Fear, Sectarianism Behind Iraq Army Collapse

Fear, Sectarianism Behind Iraq Army Collapse Fear, sectarian divisions, low morale lie behind collapse of Iraqi forces in face of militants...

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Ex-US Commander Defends US Training of Iraq Forces

Ex-US Commander Defends US Training of Iraq Forces Former top US commander in northern Iraq defends military training efforts, blames Iraq leader...

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Cancer-Stricken Beagle Has Doggone Good Time Completing Bucket List

Cancer-Stricken Beagle Has Doggone Good Time Completing Bucket List They say every dog has its day, but for a beloved beagle in Maryland, that day is today–and every day until it’s time to say goodbye. “They found a growth and we had it surgically removed and sent it for testing and found out it......

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US Defender Chandler Hurts Leg, Trains on Own

US Defender Chandler Hurts Leg, Trains on Own American defender Timmy Chandler injures leg, trains on own...

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Quotes on the Passing of Ruby Dee

Quotes on the Passing of Ruby Dee Quotes on the passing of Ruby Dee...

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Hillary Clinton Defends Support of Gay Marriage

Hillary Clinton Defends Support of Gay Marriage Hillary Clinton denies in interview that her support for gay marriage politically motivated...

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Orcas Do Worst in Captivity, Sea Lions Do Better

Orcas Do Worst in Captivity, Sea Lions Do Better AP analysis: Dolphins, sea lions do OK in captivity, killer whales fare worse...

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Chu Confirmed to Head National Endowment for Arts

Chu Confirmed to Head National Endowment for Arts Kansas City arts leader Jane Chu confirmed by Senate to lead National Endowment for the Arts...

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