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Golf Coach Accused of Molesting Pleads Not Guilty

Golf Coach Accused of Molesting Pleads Not Guilty California golf coach accused of molesting students, plotting to kill them pleads not guilty...

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French Far Right Torn by Father-Daughter Feud

French Far Right Torn by Father-Daughter Feud In Shakespeare-style drama, father-daughter feud tears at heart of French far right party...

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Food Companies Work With Farmers on Sustainability

Food Companies Work With Farmers on Sustainability Companies, farmers collaborate on projects to improve water quality, soil erosion...

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Your Home Could Be Used as a Wi-Fi Hotspot

Your Home Could Be Used as a Wi-Fi Hotspot Would you trust a stranger to use the internet from your home router? With the flick of a switch, more than 50,000 private residences in the Houston area began broadcasting as Wi-Fi hotspots this week, with even more expected to be added before the end of the month....

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US Records $130 Billion Budget Deficit in May

US Records $130 Billion Budget Deficit in May US ran $130 billion May budget deficit but on track for smallest annual deficit in 6 years...

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All Right on the Night? World Cup Stadium a Worry

All Right on the Night? World Cup Stadium a Worry All right on the night? Experts worry how unfinished stadium will perform in World Cup opener...

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British Singer Passenger Falls Short on New Album

British Singer Passenger Falls Short on New Album Music Review: British singer Passenger's new album proves even poignancy has its limitations...

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Spain's Parliament Backs King's Abdication

Spain's Parliament Backs King's Abdication Spain's Parliament backs bill allowing king to abdicate, leftist parties demand referendum...

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Call Him Pirlinho: Brazil Adopts Italy's Maestro

Call Him Pirlinho: Brazil Adopts Italy's Maestro 'When I attempt free kicks I think in Portuguese': Andrea Pirlo reveals his Brazilian side...

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Traffic Jam: Belgium-US Scrimmage Called Off

Traffic Jam: Belgium-US Scrimmage Called Off Traffic jam: Belgium-US scrimmage called off because of fears of congestion in Sao Paulo...

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Tweet Self-Propagates Through TweetDeck

Tweet Self-Propagates Through TweetDeck Tweet self-propagates through TweetDeck, Twitter shuts down application...

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AP Sources: House Maj. Leader Cantor Tells Associates He Will Quit Leadership Post This Summer

AP Sources: House Maj. Leader Cantor Tells Associates He Will Quit Leadership Post This Summer AP sources: House Maj. Leader Cantor tells associates he will quit leadership post this summer...

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Woman Jailed Over Truancy Fines Found Dead in Cell

Woman Jailed Over Truancy Fines Found Dead in Cell Woman jailed for 2 days for truancy fines dies in prison; judge says jail was his only option...

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Strikers' Injury Worries Highlight Their Value

Strikers' Injury Worries Highlight Their Value There are few things as bad as injured strikers going into a World Cup campaign...

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S. Baptist Leader: No Change on Marriage Stance

S. Baptist Leader: No Change on Marriage Stance New president: Southern Baptist won't change its stance on gay marriage, transgender identity...

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Eric Cantor To Step Down As Majority Leader

Eric Cantor To Step Down As Majority Leader Eric Cantor is relinquishing his leadership post, sources tell ABC News....

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Canadian Whisky Makers Raising the Bar on Spirits

Canadian Whisky Makers Raising the Bar on Spirits The whiskey revolution has moved north as Canadian spirits earn clout...

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Uber and Lyft Face First-Ever Fines in the United States

Uber and Lyft Face First-Ever Fines in the United States Growing population among riders was not enough to prevent ride-sharing companies-- Uber and Lyft-- from being fined by the Pennsylvania Utility Commission (PUC)....

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The Islamic Group Threatening Iraq Is Too Extreme for Al Qaeda

The Islamic Group Threatening Iraq Is Too Extreme for Al Qaeda The militant Islamic group known as ISIS has taken control of the Iraqi cities of Mosul of Tikrit this week, moving closer to its goal of creating a unified Islamic state that straddles the Iraq and Syrian border....

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Belgium's Lukaku Looks Fit After Ankle Strain

Belgium's Lukaku Looks Fit After Ankle Strain Belgium's Romelu Lukaku resumes training after ankle strain hampered World Cup preparation...

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