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Philips Sues Nintendo Over Wii Remote

Philips Sues Nintendo Over Wii Remote Philips sues Nintendo in US for patent infringement in Wii remote, asks for ban on Wii sales...

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9/11 Ceremony Scraps 'Bridge' Song After Christie

9/11 Ceremony Scraps 'Bridge' Song After Christie 9/11 museum ceremony avoids odd scheduling: Christie followed by 'Bridge Over Troubled Water"...

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McDowell Skips Wentworth to Be With Pregnant Wife

McDowell Skips Wentworth to Be With Pregnant Wife Graeme McDowell to skip PGA Championship at Wentworth to spend time with pregnant wife...

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Former Belgian Premier Dehaene Is Dead at 73

Former Belgian Premier Dehaene Is Dead at 73 Former Belgian Premier Jean-Luc Dehaene is dead at 73; helped set up EU constitution...

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US Factory Output Retreats After 2 Strong Months

US Factory Output Retreats After 2 Strong Months US factory output fell 0.4 percent in April after 2 strong months...

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Kenny Rogers Reveals Skin Cancer

Kenny Rogers Reveals Skin Cancer Hugh Jackman isn't the only celebrity urging people to get their skin checked out by a doctor. Country music legend Kenny Rogers, 75, posted an Instagram picture of himself with a bandage above his right eye, revealing a skin cancer scare....

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Obama: No Act of Terror Can Match Strength of US

Obama: No Act of Terror Can Match Strength of US At 9/11 museum dedication, Obama says no act of terror can match strength, character of the US...

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CANNES WATCH: Amy Adams Film Sells to Paramount

CANNES WATCH: Amy Adams Film Sells to Paramount CANNES WATCH: Paramount buys Amy Adams sci-fi film...

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Jon Hamm Goes Wholesome as a Sports Agent in 'Arm'

Jon Hamm Goes Wholesome as a Sports Agent in 'Arm' Jon Hamm goes wholesome as a sports agent in Disney's 'Million Dollar Arm'...

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Official: Freeing Nigerian Girls a Top US Priority

Official: Freeing Nigerian Girls a Top US Priority US officials say freeing Nigerian girls a top priority, warn of Boko Haram's growing reach...

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Senate: Firms Must Protect Against Malicious Ads

Senate: Firms Must Protect Against Malicious Ads Congress warns tech firms to better protect against malicious ads or risk new federal rules...

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FBI: Drunken Passenger Gropes 3 on UK-Bound Flight

FBI: Drunken Passenger Gropes 3 on UK-Bound Flight A drunken, unruly airline passenger groped three women....

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Pennyrile State Park Offering Night Canoe Trips

Pennyrile State Park Offering Night Canoe Trips Moonlight canoe trips will give visitors nighttime view of wildlife on Pennyrile Lake...

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2 Lawyers for Al-Jazeera Journalists in Egypt Quit

2 Lawyers for Al-Jazeera Journalists in Egypt Quit 2 lawyers for Al-Jazeera journalists on trial in Egypt abruptly quit case, denouncing station...

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Hangout Music Fest Opening in Gulf Shores

Hangout Music Fest Opening in Gulf Shores Hangout Festival opening in Gulf Shores with kickoff party; music on the beach to come...

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UK Tower Accused of Melting Car to Get Sunshade

UK Tower Accused of Melting Car to Get Sunshade Glaring problem: London skyscraper accused of melting a car to get permanent sunshade...

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Aquarium Considers Whether to Keep Dolphin Exhibit

Aquarium Considers Whether to Keep Dolphin Exhibit Baltimore's National Aquarium mulls dolphin exhibit's future, looks at ocean-side sanctuary...

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Airlines Expect More Travelers to Fly This Summer

Airlines Expect More Travelers to Fly This Summer Summer air travel expected to hit highest level in 6 years; 2.3M passengers to fly each day...

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Photos: Meet Gisele's Twin Sister, Patricia!

Photos: Meet Gisele's Twin Sister, Patricia! Meet the parents (and siblings, cousins and more!) of your favorite celebs....

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Obama, First Lady Tour Sept. 11 Museum

Obama, First Lady Tour Sept. 11 Museum Obama, first lady tour Sept. 11 museum; president to speak at dedication ceremony...

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