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New York Weighs Kids' Gay Conversion Therapy Ban

New York Weighs Kids' Gay Conversion Therapy Ban New York lawmakers consider banning gay conversion therapy for minors...

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Analysis: Immigration Issue May Have Felled Cantor

Analysis: Immigration Issue May Have Felled Cantor Analysis: Cantor possibly felled by immigration, likely dooming any deal on divisive issue...

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Kings Look to Finish off Rangers in Finals Sweep

Kings Look to Finish off Rangers in Finals Sweep Los Angeles Kings seek 2nd Stanley Cup crown with 4-game sweep of New York Rangers...

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China's Startups Hope for Boom After Alibaba IPO

China's Startups Hope for Boom After Alibaba IPO Entrepreneurs choose Beijing as China's startups hope for boom after Alibaba IPO...

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Risk of Friendly Fire Long an Element of War

Risk of Friendly Fire Long an Element of War Deaths of 5 Americans in Afghanistan a reminder of friendly fire risk, long an element of war...

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Japan, Australia Eye Sub Deal, Closer Defense Ties

Japan, Australia Eye Sub Deal, Closer Defense Ties Japan and Australia to push forward submarine deal, closer military ties amid China threat...

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Top Filipino Terror Suspect Captured Near Airport

Top Filipino Terror Suspect Captured Near Airport Philippine troops capture Filipino militant on US list of most-wanted terrorists near airport...

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Child Labor up in Typhoon-Hit Areas in Philippines

Child Labor up in Typhoon-Hit Areas in Philippines ILO says more children doing dangerous work in typhoon-hit Philippine villages...

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European Taxis Lead Road-Jamming Transport Protest

European Taxis Lead Road-Jamming Transport Protest European taxis lead road- and sidewalk-jamming transport protest; strike on French railways...

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O.J. TV: 'The Trial of the Century' and Then Some

O.J. TV: 'The Trial of the Century' and Then Some O.J. TV: 'The Trial of the Century' and then some; it was a one-of-a-kind media spectacle...

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10 Things to Recall About Simpson's Trial on TV

10 Things to Recall About Simpson's Trial on TV 10 things to remember (who could forget them?) about TV's coverage of O.J. Simpson trial...

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Your Top Plays for Today

Your Top Plays for Today Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide...

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Many Seek New Homes Near Cities but Are Priced Out

Many Seek New Homes Near Cities but Are Priced Out As more buyers seek new homes near downtowns, they face fewer and more expensive properties...

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Philippine Police Say Filipino on US List of Most Wanted Terrorists Captured Near Airport

Philippine Police Say Filipino on US List of Most Wanted Terrorists Captured Near Airport Philippine police say Filipino on US list of most wanted terrorists captured near airport...

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European Taxis Lead Road-Jamming Transport Protest

European Taxis Lead Road-Jamming Transport Protest European taxis lead road- and sidewalk-jamming transport protest; strike on French railways...

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Cowgill's 14th-Inning HR Puts Angels Past A's 2-1

Cowgill's 14th-Inning HR Puts Angels Past A's 2-1 Collin Cowgill hits 2-out HR in 14th, Angels overcome Cespedes' throw for 2-1 win over A's...

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Study: States Short on Some Chesapeake Bay Goals

Study: States Short on Some Chesapeake Bay Goals Study: Despite progress, states falling short on some goals to reduce Chesapeake Bay pollution...

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AP WAS THERE: OJ Simpson's Slow-Speed Chase

AP WAS THERE: OJ Simpson's Slow-Speed Chase OJ Simpson's slow-speed chase, broadcast live, as reported by The Associated Press in 1994...

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S. Korea Police Raid Church in Ferry Owner Search

S. Korea Police Raid Church in Ferry Owner Search South Korean police launch raid on church compound in search for mysterious ferry owner...

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S. Sterling's attorney heads to court

S. Sterling's attorney heads to court Shelly Sterling and her lawyers intend to seek an emergency order from a California probate court Wednesday morning for an expedited hearing to resolve the situation with her estranged husband, Donald Sterling, sources with knowledge of the situation told ESPN. Shelly Sterling sold the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on May 29, without Donald Sterling's consent, after two neurologists found that he was "mentally incapacitated" and unfit to conduct his legal and business affairs. While the guidelines of the Sterling Family Trust, which owns the Clippers, did not require a court order to make such a designation, Shelly Sterling and her lawyers now will seek one after Donald Sterling said in strongly worded statements Monday and Tuesday that "I WILL NOT SELL MY TEAM." In public comments last week, both Donald Sterling and his attorneys indicated he would consent to the record-breaking sale. However, he has abruptly......

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