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Cueto Throws 2nd Shutout, Reds Beat Padres 5-0

Cueto Throws 2nd Shutout, Reds Beat Padres 5-0 Cueto throws 3-hitter for 2nd shutout, Reds beat Padres 5-0 in 1st game of doubleheader...

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Federal Appellate Court Puts Idaho Gay Marriages on Hold Pending Appeal

Federal Appellate Court Puts Idaho Gay Marriages on Hold Pending Appeal Federal appellate court puts Idaho gay marriages on hold pending appeal...

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'Nurse Jackie' Star Edie Falco Is Loving Life

'Nurse Jackie' Star Edie Falco Is Loving Life 'Nurse Jackie' star Edie Falco says life 'continues to get better and more rewarding'...

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Judge Takes Case Under Advisement

Judge Takes Case Under Advisement Federal judge will decide if lawsuit over NSA surveillance of phone records will proceed...

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Hundreds of UK Tourists to Be Evacuated From Kenya

Hundreds of UK Tourists to Be Evacuated From Kenya UK travel company evacuating hundreds of tourists from Kenya following terror warnings...

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Judge Upholds DC Gun Registration Requirements

Judge Upholds DC Gun Registration Requirements Judge OKs DC gun registration requirements including re-registration every 3 years...

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Ex-Spouses Tell IRS Different Stories on Alimony

Ex-Spouses Tell IRS Different Stories on Alimony Investigator: Ex-spouses often tell IRS different stories about how much alimony is being paid...

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Ex-Spouses Tell IRS Different Stories on Alimony

Ex-Spouses Tell IRS Different Stories on Alimony Investigator: Ex-spouses often tell IRS different stories about how much alimony is being paid...

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Pac-12 Title Game Headed to New 49ers Stadium

Pac-12 Title Game Headed to New 49ers Stadium Pac-12 championship game to be played at new 49ers stadium in Santa Clara for 3 years...

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John Lithgow and Glenn Close to Star on Broadway

John Lithgow and Glenn Close to Star on Broadway John Lithgow and Glenn Close to headline a revival of 'A Delicate Balance' on Broadway...

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White House Welcomes Senate Panel's Housing Vote

White House Welcomes Senate Panel's Housing Vote White House welcomes Senate Banking Committee vote to overhaul mortgage lending...

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Judge Strikes All Arkansas Bans on Gay Marriage

Judge Strikes All Arkansas Bans on Gay Marriage Judge strikes down all Arkansas laws banning gay marriage, won't put ruling on hold....

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One of Barbara Walters' Biggest Regrets

One of Barbara Walters' Biggest Regrets Barbara Walters, a pioneer in broadcast journalism, said one regret she has when it comes to her personal life is not spending more time with her daughter, Jackie....

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US Says Boko Haram Now 'Top Priority'

US Says Boko Haram Now 'Top Priority' US declares Boko Haram a 'top priority'; official says terror label could have come sooner...

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Nadal Pushed to 3 Sets Again at Italian Open

Nadal Pushed to 3 Sets Again at Italian Open 'Get used to it': Nadal struggles again before beating Youzhny in Rome; sets up QF with Murray...

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Brooke Shields: 'I Was Such a Nerd'

Brooke Shields: 'I Was Such a Nerd' "But then I was lucky enough to have a fancy career."...

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China: US Must Be Objective About Asia Tensions

China: US Must Be Objective About Asia Tensions China's top military leader says US must be objective about tensions between China and Vietnam...

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Long Start for Washington Prep Pitcher: 194 Throws

Long Start for Washington Prep Pitcher: 194 Throws 194 pitches: Long start for Washington prep pitcher draws notice from Rays ace David Price...

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Hawaii Scuba Divers Face off Over Aquarium Fish

Hawaii Scuba Divers Face off Over Aquarium Fish Underwater confrontation of Hawaii scuba divers highlights conflict over aquarium fish trade...

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FBI: Boston Bombing Suspect Considered Opening a Starbucks in Kazakhstan

FBI: Boston Bombing Suspect Considered Opening a Starbucks in Kazakhstan By MICHELE McPHEE BOSTON — There is an alternate reality in which, rather than facing the death penalty for allegedly killing four people including an 8-year-old boy, accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is pouring coffee behind a Starbucks counter in Kazakhstan. It’s a reality......

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