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NYPD to Stop Seizing Sex Work Suspects' Condoms

NYPD to Stop Seizing Sex Work Suspects' Condoms Mayor: New York City police to stop seizing sex workers' condoms as evidence of prostitution...

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Frozen Food Group Goes on Offense as Sales Lag

Frozen Food Group Goes on Offense as Sales Lag Frozen food industry to air first TV ad with tag line 'Frozen: How fresh stays fresh'...

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Venezuelan 'Hero' in Fight Against Leprosy Dies

Venezuelan 'Hero' in Fight Against Leprosy Dies Jacinto Convit, key in battle against leprosy, leishmaniasis dies in Venezuela at 100...

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UN's Nuclear Probe of Iran Falters

UN's Nuclear Probe of Iran Falters UN probe of suspicions that Iran worked on nukes falters, threatens overall pact...

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Meet the Boyfriend Michael Sam Kissed After NFL Draft

Meet the Boyfriend Michael Sam Kissed After NFL Draft The mystery man who locked lips with Michael Sam after the first openly gay NFL player was drafted by the St. Louis Rams on Saturday is 23-year-old Vito Cammisano from Kansas City, Mo....

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Filly Ria Antonia to Run Against Boys in Preakness

Filly Ria Antonia to Run Against Boys in Preakness Filly Ria Antonia to run against boys in Preakness; 1st filly in race since 2009...

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Nigerian Extremist Leader Vows That Abducted Girls Will Be Held Until Detained Militants Freed

Nigerian Extremist Leader Vows That Abducted Girls Will Be Held Until Detained Militants Freed Nigerian extremist leader vows that abducted girls will be held until detained militants freed...

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IMF Head Withdraws From Smith College Commencement

IMF Head Withdraws From Smith College Commencement After protests, IMF managing director Lagarde withdraws as Smith College commencement speaker...

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Apple CEO Dares to Be Different From Steve Jobs

Apple CEO Dares to Be Different From Steve Jobs With pending Beats buy, Apple CEO Tim Cook makes break from managerial style of Steve Jobs...

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Regulators Win Civil Case Vs. Texas Entrepreneurs

Regulators Win Civil Case Vs. Texas Entrepreneurs NY jury finds Texas entrepreneurs liable in civil fraud case brought by financial regulators...

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Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Utah Deputy's Death

Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Utah Deputy's Death Teen pleads not guilty to 12 charges stemming from crime rampage that left Utah deputy dead...

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NBC's Ann Curry Aided by NJ Boy Scout Troop

NBC's Ann Curry Aided by NJ Boy Scout Troop New Jersey Boy Scouts come to aid of injured NBC News Correspondent Ann Curry...

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NASA Spots Worrisome Antarctic Ice Sheet Melt

NASA Spots Worrisome Antarctic Ice Sheet Melt Studies point that parts of West Antarctic ice sheet beginning slow and alarming collapse...

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Ludacris Opens Up About Acting Alongside Paul Walker's Brothers

Ludacris Opens Up About Acting Alongside Paul Walker's Brothers Ludacris opens up about acting alongside Paul Walker's brothers....

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AP NewsAlert

AP NewsAlert Washington Monument reopens to public for tours nearly 3 years after 2011 earthquake damage...

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Ex-NSA Chief: 'We Kill People Based on Metadata'

Ex-NSA Chief: 'We Kill People Based on Metadata' "‘…but that’s not what we do with this metadata," says Gen. Michael Hayden....

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Bahrain Refugee Accused Prince of Torture

Bahrain Refugee Accused Prince of Torture Bahrain opposition activist seeks to overturn immunity from prosecution for prince...

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Wurst's Eurovision Win Shows Pop Still Political

Wurst's Eurovision Win Shows Pop Still Political Europeans see progress, scandal in Eurovision triumph for Austrian drag queen Conchita Wurst...

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Why Hugh Jackman Feels Lucky

Why Hugh Jackman Feels Lucky Hugh Jackman just revealed last week his second bout with cancer, now he's explaining why he is pleading with people to wear sun screen and get checked out. "We are all human, this happened to me, I didn't wear sun screen when I was a kid," he told ABC News at the "X-Men: Days of Future Past" premiere over the weekend. "I don't want kids to be as stupid as me and maybe they'll listen to Wolverine more than they'll listen to teachers at school." In fact, Jackman thinks he's lucky where others might not be....

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Frozen Food Group Goes on Offense as Sales Lag

Frozen Food Group Goes on Offense as Sales Lag Frozen food industry to air first TV ad with tag line 'Frozen: How fresh stays fresh'...

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