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Sotomayor: Affirmative Action Options Don't Work

Sotomayor: Affirmative Action Options Don't Work Justice Sonia Sotomayor says affirmative action alternatives don't work to diversify schools...

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Lawyer: Hope Solo Did Not Assault Sister, Nephew

Lawyer: Hope Solo Did Not Assault Sister, Nephew Lawyer: Soccer star Hope Solo did not commit crime, was herself assaulted and injured...

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No ID for Mt. Rainier Body; Friends Mourn Writer

No ID for Mt. Rainier Body; Friends Mourn Writer Friends mourn outdoors writer after body found at Mt. Rainier; officials have yet to confirm...

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Twin Blasts Kill 8 in Restive Iraqi Region

Twin Blasts Kill 8 in Restive Iraqi Region Suicide bomber, car bomb target funeral of senior Iraqi officer killed in action, kill 8...

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Extra, Extra! _ Broadway's 'Newsies' to Close

Extra, Extra! _ Broadway's 'Newsies' to Close Extra, extra! _ Broadway musical 'Newsies' to close in August after 2 years and $100M...

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Sotomayor Makes Case for Affirmative Action

Sotomayor Makes Case for Affirmative Action Sotomayor says using income or residency to diversify schools won't work...

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Ilonen Wins Irish Open by 1 Shot

Ilonen Wins Irish Open by 1 Shot Mikko Ilonen wins Irish Open by 1 shot, leads from start to finish...

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Iraq's Capital Lives in Fear, Expects the Worst

Iraq's Capital Lives in Fear, Expects the Worst Without a respite in decades, Baghdad is gripped again by fear, anxiety as militants advance...

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Maradona Responds to Grondona With Middle Finger

Maradona Responds to Grondona With Middle Finger Maradona responds to Grondona's remark that he's a 'bad luck charm' by showing middle finger...

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France's Defense Could Be a Weak Link at World Cup

France's Defense Could Be a Weak Link at World Cup France's inexperienced central defense could be a World Cup weak link in attacking side...

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Amid Search for Scapegoats, Hodgson Is Fortunate

Amid Search for Scapegoats, Hodgson Is Fortunate Hodgson knows England is searching for 'scapegoats,' accepts he's fortunate to be staying...

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South Korea Unchanged to Face Algeria at Cup

South Korea Unchanged to Face Algeria at Cup South Korea unchanged to face Algeria at World Cup, Algerians make 5 changes...

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5 Things About Wimbledon: Murray and the World Cup

5 Things About Wimbledon: Murray and the World Cup 5 things to know about Wimbledon: Nation 'despondent' over World Cup turns its eyes to Murray...

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Spain Expects Same Respect Despite World Cup Exit

Spain Expects Same Respect Despite World Cup Exit Spain expects Australia, all rivals, to show same respect despite early World Cup exit...

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'Body Camera' Could Hold Key in Excessive Force Claim

'Body Camera' Could Hold Key in Excessive Force Claim More police officers wearing small cameras that record their interactions....

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MIT Student Dies After Falling off Cliff in India

MIT Student Dies After Falling off Cliff in India MIT student dies in India after falling several hundred feet off cliff while jogging...

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Graduation Heals World War II Internment Wounds

Graduation Heals World War II Internment Wounds Japanese-American man walks at high school graduation 72 years after World War II internment...

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Sen. Rand Paul Is 'Basically an Isolationist,' Says Dick Cheney

Sen. Rand Paul Is 'Basically an Isolationist,' Says Dick Cheney Republican Sen. Rand Paul is “basically an isolationist,� according to former Vice President Dick Cheney, who expressed his concern with the idea of the Kentucky senator being the GOP nominee during the next presidential cycle. “Now, Rand Paul and — by my standards, as I......

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Ex-US Attorney General Thornburgh Has Mild Stroke

Ex-US Attorney General Thornburgh Has Mild Stroke Ex-US Attorney General, Pennsylvania governor Thornburgh hospitalized in after mild stroke...

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Guildford Four's Gerry Conlon, Wrongfully Jailed for IRA Bombing, Dies at Age 60

Guildford Four's Gerry Conlon, Wrongfully Jailed for IRA Bombing, Dies at Age 60 Gerry Conlon, who was wrongly accused of a bombing carried out by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) in 1974, died Friday night at age 60 in his home in Falls Road, Belfast, following a long battle with cancer. Conlon, along with three others —......

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