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Robert Downey Jr.'s Son Arrested for Cocaine Possession

Robert Downey Jr.'s Son Arrested for Cocaine Possession Indio Downey, son of "Avengers" actor Robert Downey Jr., was arrested for possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia in West Hollywood, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department said today. Downey, 20, was arrested Sunday afternoon after police perceived narcotics activity in the car the actor's son was a passenger in off Santa Monica Blvd., authorities said. “He was smoking something and it wasn’t a cigarette,� a police official told ABC News....

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Giroud Starts for France Vs. Nigeria at World Cup

Giroud Starts for France Vs. Nigeria at World Cup Giroud starts and defender Koscielny, replaces Sakho for France vs. Nigeria at World Cup...

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Despite 52 Aces, Isner Loses to Lopez at Wimbledon

Despite 52 Aces, Isner Loses to Lopez at Wimbledon Despite 52 aces, last American singles player at Wimbledon, Isner, loses to Lopez in 3rd round...

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Monty Python Shows Aim for Jagger-Like Energy Jolt

Monty Python Shows Aim for Jagger-Like Energy Jolt Like a Rolling Stone: Monty Python inspired by Jagger for live shows' high-energy antics...

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Cuba Prosecutors Seek 15 Years for Canadian Man

Cuba Prosecutors Seek 15 Years for Canadian Man Cuban prosecutors seek 15 years for Canadian businessman in graft trial; ruling expected soon...

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The Stories of 12 Japanese Abducted by North Korea

The Stories of 12 Japanese Abducted by North Korea Lives interrupted: 12 Japanese abducted by North Korea and never seen again...

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Starbucks Chair Co-Writing Book on Military Vets

Starbucks Chair Co-Writing Book on Military Vets Starbucks chair Howard Schultz co-writing book on Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans...

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Uruguay President Blasts FIFA Ban as 'Fascist'

Uruguay President Blasts FIFA Ban as 'Fascist' Uruguay president blasts FIFA with obscenity, calls ban of Suarez 'fascist'...

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Violin Theft Suspect Expected to Plead Guilty

Violin Theft Suspect Expected to Plead Guilty Suspect in Milwaukee theft of $5M Stradivarius violin expected to reverse not-guilty plea...

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Grain Lower Livestock Mixed

Grain Lower Livestock Mixed Grain lower the CBOT, cattle mixed and pork higher on the CME...

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McAllister Changes Course, Will Seek Re-Election

McAllister Changes Course, Will Seek Re-Election Congressman shown kissing aide on video reverses course, announces bid for re-election...

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Judge Dismisses Zimmerman's Lawsuit Against NBC

Judge Dismisses Zimmerman's Lawsuit Against NBC Florida judge dismisses George Zimmerman's defamation lawsuit against NBC...

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Family of Detained American Fearful of Prison Term

Family of Detained American Fearful of Prison Term Friend of American detained in North Korea says family is hoping for best, preparing for worst...

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Body Found in Texas Near Border Was Guatemalan Boy

Body Found in Texas Near Border Was Guatemalan Boy Texas sheriff's investigators believe body found in brush near border that of child immigrant...

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Pistorius Psych Ruling 'Not Good' for Blade Runner, Expert Says

Pistorius Psych Ruling 'Not Good' for Blade Runner, Expert Says Oscar Pistorius was not suffering from a mental condition on Valentine’s Day 2013 when he shot and killed girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, according to a report submitted in South African court today....

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'13 Wimbledon Runner-up Lisicki Beats Ivanovic

'13 Wimbledon Runner-up Lisicki Beats Ivanovic '13 runner-up Lisicki beats 2008 French Open champ Ivanovic to reach 4th round at Wimbledon...

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Musical of 'First Wives Club' Heads to Broadway

Musical of 'First Wives Club' Heads to Broadway Musical of 'First Wives Club' rewritten by Linda Bloodworth Thomason heads to Broadway...

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No Selfies of Porch Shooting Victim at Trial

No Selfies of Porch Shooting Victim at Trial Judge says defense can't use provocative selfies of Detroit-area porch shooting victim...

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Starbucks Chair Co-Writing Book on Military Vets

Starbucks Chair Co-Writing Book on Military Vets Starbucks chair Howard Schultz co-writing book on Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans...

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Hobby Lobby Wins Contraceptive Ruling in Supreme Court

Hobby Lobby Wins Contraceptive Ruling in Supreme Court Companies are not required to pay for employees' contraceptives for women if they have religious objections, the Supreme Court ruled today....

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