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Crews Work on Last Unprotected End of Arizona Fire

Crews Work on Last Unprotected End of Arizona Fire Crews fighting northern Arizona wildfire focus on securing last unprotected stretch of blaze...

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6-Year-Old's Poster Campaign Helps Mom Get Kidney

6-Year-Old's Poster Campaign Helps Mom Get Kidney A Massachusetts mother of two underwent successful kidney transplant surgery thanks to her 6-year-old adopted daughter, who launched a poster campaign to find a kidney on her mom’s behalf....

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Giron Wins UCLA's 11th Men's Singles Title

Giron Wins UCLA's 11th Men's Singles Title UCLA's Giron beats Pepperdine's Sarkissian to win NCAA men's singles championship...

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Voices of Egypt's Voters on Presidential Election

Voices of Egypt's Voters on Presidential Election Voices of Egypt's voters on presidential election...

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Blinded Soldier, Widow Sue Former Gitmo Prisoner

Blinded Soldier, Widow Sue Former Gitmo Prisoner Blinded soldier, widow file $45M lawsuit against Canadian who pleaded guilty to war crimes...

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Thai Coup Leader: Don't Protest, It's No Use

Thai Coup Leader: Don't Protest, It's No Use Thai coup leader receives royal endorsement, warns citizens not to criticize, not to protest...

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Alaska Wildfire Keeps Growing After Evacuations

Alaska Wildfire Keeps Growing After Evacuations Alaska wildfire fanned by winds grows after residents evacuated from area...

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'X-Men' Atop Holiday Opener Bests With $111M

'X-Men' Atop Holiday Opener Bests With $111M 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' atop holiday opener bests with $111M...

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EU: Tentative Deal in Ukraine-Russia Gas Dispute

EU: Tentative Deal in Ukraine-Russia Gas Dispute EU energy commissioner: Tentative deal in Ukraine-Russia gas dispute...

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Palestinians Seek FIFA Sanctions Against Israel

Palestinians Seek FIFA Sanctions Against Israel Palestinian soccer chief wants FIFA sanctions if Israel fails to lifts travel restrictions...

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2 New Ebola Deaths Confirmed in West Africa

2 New Ebola Deaths Confirmed in West Africa 2 new deaths of Ebola confirmed in West Africa, in Guinea and Sierra Leone, taking toll to 170...

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Bahrain Sentences 4 to Life in Prison for Bomb

Bahrain Sentences 4 to Life in Prison for Bomb Bahrain court sentences 4 to life in prison for bomb blast last year...

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Obama Pays Respects at Arlington

Obama Pays Respects at Arlington The president vows to children of fallen vets, "You will never walk alone."...

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Prosecutors: Hacker Helped Thwart 300 Cyberattacks

Prosecutors: Hacker Helped Thwart 300 Cyberattacks Federal prosecutors: Cooperation of hacker in New York City case helped stop 300 cyberattacks...

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2 New Ebola Deaths Confirmed in West Africa, in Guinea and Sierra Leone, Taking Toll to 170

2 New Ebola Deaths Confirmed in West Africa, in Guinea and Sierra Leone, Taking Toll to 170 2 new Ebola deaths confirmed in West Africa, in Guinea and Sierra Leone, taking toll to 170...

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Why Mystery Millionaire Is Hiding Cash Around San Francisco

Why Mystery Millionaire Is Hiding Cash Around San Francisco A millionaire with cash to burn is paying it forward in a big way -- by hiding envelopes stuffed with $100 across the Bay Area for strangers to find....

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Rafael Nadal Wins for the 60th Time at French Open

Rafael Nadal Wins for the 60th Time at French Open Top-seeded Rafael Nadal wins for the 60th time in 61 matches at the French Open...

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Macaulay Culkin Pelted With Beer During British Festival

Macaulay Culkin Pelted With Beer During British Festival Culkin and his band The Pizza Underground were booed off stage....

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'All My Children' Star Matthew Cowles Dead

'All My Children' Star Matthew Cowles Dead "All My Children" actor Matthew Cowles, who was married to Christine Baranski, died....

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Money Woes, Declining Talent Plague HBCU Football

Money Woes, Declining Talent Plague HBCU Football Declining football at historically black colleges and universities highlights NCAA income gap...

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