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Indy 500 Winner Hunter-Reay Looks to Bounce Back

Indy 500 Winner Hunter-Reay Looks to Bounce Back AUTO PACKAGE: After winning Indy 500, Hunter-Reay looks to bounce back after tough stretch...

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Tony Awards Cut 2 Trophies, Beginning Next Year

Tony Awards Cut 2 Trophies, Beginning Next Year What's that sound? The Tony Awards cut 2 trophies, beginning next year, both for sound design...

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Mom: Oregon Shooting Victim Loved Soccer, Friends

Mom: Oregon Shooting Victim Loved Soccer, Friends Mother: Oregon school shooting victim made people laugh, loved friends and soccer...

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Casey Kasem Is in Hospice Care, Daughter Retains Control of Medical Treatment

Casey Kasem Is in Hospice Care, Daughter Retains Control of Medical Treatment A judge ruled today that Casey Kasem's medical care will remain in the hands of his daughter, Kerri....

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Cantor Vanquisher Brat Shies From Tea Party Label

Cantor Vanquisher Brat Shies From Tea Party Label Dad says Eric Cantor vanquisher Dave Brat wants to be called Republican, not tea partyer...

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Iconic Utah Arch Could Soon Close to Rope Swinging

Iconic Utah Arch Could Soon Close to Rope Swinging At hikers' request, iconic Utah arch could close to rope swinging, other dare-devil pursuits...

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Judge Orders 3 Early Voting Days Restored in Ohio

Judge Orders 3 Early Voting Days Restored in Ohio Federal judge orders elections chief to restore last 3 early voting days for all Ohio voters...

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US Virgin Islands Confirms 1st Chikungunya Case

US Virgin Islands Confirms 1st Chikungunya Case US Virgin Islands reports 1st locally transmitted case of mosquito-borne chikungunya virus...

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Astronaut John Glenn, 92, Has Heart Procedure

Astronaut John Glenn, 92, Has Heart Procedure John Glenn, 1st American to orbit Earth, has heart valve replaced ahead of his 93rd birthday...

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Blatter Coy on FIFA Presidential Re-Election Bid

Blatter Coy on FIFA Presidential Re-Election Bid FIFA chief Blatter coy on presidential re-election bid, reveals hurt at UEFA demand to leave...

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Holmes Jury Selection to Be Open to Public, Media

Holmes Jury Selection to Be Open to Public, Media Public, news media will be able to watch jury selection in Colorado theater shootings case...

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'No Excuses': Rooney Feels Pressure at World Cup

'No Excuses': Rooney Feels Pressure at World Cup Rooney feeling pressure to finally score for England at World Cup, accepts are 'no excuses'...

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Court: Warrantless Cell Tracking Unconstitutional

Court: Warrantless Cell Tracking Unconstitutional Federal appeals court rules authorities must get warrant to track cellphone tower data...

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New Front for Death Penalty Debate: Pharmacy Rules

New Front for Death Penalty Debate: Pharmacy Rules Death penalty foes seek pharmacy rules to halt drug supply, starting in no-execution Minnesota...

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Tea Party Candidates Try to Build on Cantor Loss

Tea Party Candidates Try to Build on Cantor Loss In Mississippi, elsewhere, conservative insurgents look to build on Cantor's loss in Virginia...

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Vehicles, Materials Stored Under Delaware Bridges

Vehicles, Materials Stored Under Delaware Bridges Delaware officials find materials, vehicles under bridges during inspections after I-495 woes...

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Luxury House on Brink of Collapsing Into Texas Lake

Luxury House on Brink of Collapsing Into Texas Lake The 4,000-square-foot home is on the verge of falling into Lake Whitney....

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Golfer DQs Himself From Open to Clear Conscience

Golfer DQs Himself From Open to Clear Conscience Instead of playing at Pinehurst this week, Jason Millard will be at home with clear conscience...

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James Franco's Multitasking Is 'Not a Schtick'

James Franco's Multitasking Is 'Not a Schtick' Seth Rogen defends his close friend's painting and reading....

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Why Eric Cantor Lost and Lindsey Graham Won

Why Eric Cantor Lost and Lindsey Graham Won No one saw House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s loss coming, least of all the Virginia Republican and his team. In fact, ahead of Tuesday night, most of the talk among the political chattering class was about whether South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham would be able to clear the 50 percent mark – enough to avoid a runoff -- in his GOP U.S. Senate primary. As it turned out, Graham easily topped 50 percent and it was Cantor who fell to a Tea Party newcomer in a shocking upset. Everyone – pundits, political consultants and journalists alike -- seems to have an opinion about why Cantor went down in flames while Graham cruised to victory. We decided to curate some of the prevailing theories about how two candidates – both Southern Republicans, both big names on Capitol Hill, both running in a primary on the same night – could meet two totally different fates....

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