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Facebook Expands Privacy Checkup Tool

Facebook Expands Privacy Checkup Tool Facebook expands privacy checkup tool, will limit post audience for new users to 'friends'...

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WTO Ruling Upholds EU Seal Products Ban

WTO Ruling Upholds EU Seal Products Ban World Trade Organization upholds ruling that allows EU to ban seal products...

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Facebook Takes Steps to Prevent Over-Sharing

Facebook Takes Steps to Prevent Over-Sharing Facebook announced today that its 1.28 billion users will be getting a privacy tune-up in the coming weeks....

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Brand New Meteor Shower Making Debut Saturday

Brand New Meteor Shower Making Debut Saturday Brand new meteor shower making debut early Saturday, may wow sky-gazers in US and Canada...

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Amsterdam to Compensate Jews for WWII Taxes, Fines

Amsterdam to Compensate Jews for WWII Taxes, Fines Amsterdam to repay Holocaust survivors who faced bills for overdue property taxes after WWII...

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Nadal Not up to Usual Standards Heading to Paris

Nadal Not up to Usual Standards Heading to Paris 2014 FRENCH OPEN: Nadal not quite self on clay, so everything less obvious at Roland Garros...

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Uruguay Star Striker Luis Suarez Has Knee Surgery

Uruguay Star Striker Luis Suarez Has Knee Surgery Uruguay's Luis Suarez has knee surgery; star striker expected to be ready for World Cup...

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Report: FAA Too Reliant on Boeing for Battery Test

Report: FAA Too Reliant on Boeing for Battery Test New government report says FAA relied too much on Boeing in designing 787 safety tests...

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Gasoline Prices Have Familiar Look as Summer Nears

Gasoline Prices Have Familiar Look as Summer Nears Average gasoline price holds steady as summer nears; prices higher on coasts, lower in mid-US...

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Why Former Spy Valerie Plame Thinks Hillary Clinton is the Next FDR

Why Former Spy Valerie Plame Thinks Hillary Clinton is the Next FDR Presidential candidate-in-waiting Hillary Clinton already has backing from top politicians, influential celebrities — and from a famous former spy. Former CIA agent Valerie Plame and her husband, former U.S. Ambassador Joe Wilson, were special guests of honor at a fundraising event Wednesday in Santa Fe,......

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Top-Seeded Kerber Ousted at Nuremberg Cup

Top-Seeded Kerber Ousted at Nuremberg Cup Karolina Pliskova upsets top-seeded Angelique Kerber, reaches semifinals at Nuremberg Cup...

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In a Reversal, FBI Will Begin Recording Interviews

In a Reversal, FBI Will Begin Recording Interviews Justice Department directs FBI agents to record interviews, reversing policy...

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Matthew Warchus to Succeed Kevin Spacey at Old Vic

Matthew Warchus to Succeed Kevin Spacey at Old Vic London's Old Vic Theatre says Matthew Warchus to succeed Kevin Spacey as artistic chief...

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Djokovic Reunites Balkans in Flood Aid Campaign

Djokovic Reunites Balkans in Flood Aid Campaign Novak Djokovic's flood aid campaign reunites former Balkan wartime foes...

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Prosecutors: Wrong Meal Led to NYC Wife's Death

Prosecutors: Wrong Meal Led to NYC Wife's Death Prosecutors say NYC man beat wife to death because she served him lentils instead of goat...

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Summer Brings Another Chance to Try New Vegetables

Summer Brings Another Chance to Try New Vegetables Farmers markets soon will overflow with strange new produce offerings. The time to try is now...

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Photos: Jessica Simpson Celebrates Four Years With Eric Johnson

Photos: Jessica Simpson Celebrates Four Years With Eric Johnson All the best moments from the life of the fashion mogul...

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Michelle Obama Hosts Talk on Girls' Education

Michelle Obama Hosts Talk on Girls' Education Michelle Obama hosts talk on girls' education, continues focus on abducted Nigerian girls...

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ADB: Private Investment Lags in Southeast Asia

ADB: Private Investment Lags in Southeast Asia ADB says private role in financing Southeast Asian infrastructure has lagged since 1997 crisis...

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Pebble Suing EPA Over Steps That Could Bar Mine

Pebble Suing EPA Over Steps That Could Bar Mine Group suing EPA over process that could restrict, bar development of Pebble Mine in Alaska...

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