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Chipotle: Don't Bring Guns in Our Stores

Chipotle: Don't Bring Guns in Our Stores Chipotle asks customers not to bring guns in stores...

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Senior U.S. Diplomat Sent to Libya Amid Political Turmoil

Senior U.S. Diplomat Sent to Libya Amid Political Turmoil In the midst of a hostile takeover of the Libyan parliament over the weekend, the U.S. is sending a high-level official to help the political process there, a State Department official told ABC News. Ambassador David Satterfield, who also directs the international monitoring force in......

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White House Threatens Veto of Defense Bill

White House Threatens Veto of Defense Bill White House threatens presidential veto of House version of defense bill over budget changes...

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Parents' Home Focus of 1989 Missing Girl Cold Case

Parents' Home Focus of 1989 Missing Girl Cold Case Amy Pagnac disappeared in 1989, and police have reopened her case....

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Oil Rises to Four-Week High, 3 Pct. Gain for May

Oil Rises to Four-Week High, 3 Pct. Gain for May Oil rises to four-week high, gain for May nearly 3 percent; average gas price at $3.65...

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Soybeans Rise on Signs That Supplies Remain Tight

Soybeans Rise on Signs That Supplies Remain Tight Soybeans futures rise on signs that supplies remain tight; Metals prices edge higher...

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Mexico Plans to Extract 13,000-Year-Old Skeleton

Mexico Plans to Extract 13,000-Year-Old Skeleton Mexican scientists plan to recover and display 13,000-year-old skeleton found in cave...

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Utah Ordered to Grant Benefits to Gay Couples

Utah Ordered to Grant Benefits to Gay Couples Judge orders Utah to grant benefits to gay couples who were married before Supreme Court stay...

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Photos: A Year After the Deadly Tornado in Moore, Okla.

Photos: A Year After the Deadly Tornado in Moore, Okla. A Year After the Deadly Tornado in Moore, Okla....

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FCC Fines Sprint $7.5 Million in Do Not Call Case

FCC Fines Sprint $7.5 Million in Do Not Call Case FCC fines Sprint $7.5 million in Do Not Call settlement...

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How Much Time Recruiters Actually Spend on Your Resume

How Much Time Recruiters Actually Spend on Your Resume Recruiters, when sizing up your resume, estimate they spend 4 to 5 minutes, on average, staring at it. Turns out, though, they're wrong. Very wrong....

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Photos: This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe

Photos: This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe Find this week's top photos from around the globe in ABC News' This Week in Pictures slideshow...

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MERS in America: Is Spread of Virus a Worry?

MERS in America: Is Spread of Virus a Worry? Health officials say first US spread of Middle East virus not alarming; risk to public low...

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Longest Serving State House Speakers in the Nation

Longest Serving State House Speakers in the Nation Illinois' Madigan longest serving current state House speaker, but not longest ever...

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Longtime Illinois Statehouse Leader Tested Anew

Longtime Illinois Statehouse Leader Tested Anew One of US's longest serving statehouse leaders tested anew with election-year tax hike vote...

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AT&T Eyes Football in DirecTV Buy

AT&T Eyes Football in DirecTV Buy AT&T eyes football in $48.5 billion purchase of DirecTV...

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Investigators: Planes Nearly Collided Near Newark

Investigators: Planes Nearly Collided Near Newark Federal safety investigators: 2 planes had near midair collision at Newark Airport last month...

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Biden Turns Down Prom Invitation but Sends Corsage

Biden Turns Down Prom Invitation but Sends Corsage Biden can't attend Connecticut high school student's prom but sends card, hand-picked corsage...

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Missouri Governor Firm on Plans for Execution

Missouri Governor Firm on Plans for Execution Missouri governor firm on plans to execute inmate despite concerns over rare medical condition...

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The G-String Scholarship: Students Strip to Pay for College

The G-String Scholarship: Students Strip to Pay for College College students say they make more than enough money to graduate debt-free....

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