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Vettel Sputters out of Practice, Hamilton Fastest

Vettel Sputters out of Practice, Hamilton Fastest Sebastian Vettel sputters out of Spanish GP practice, Hamilton gets top time in both sessions...

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Diet Delivery Slim Down: Is the Convenience Worth the Cost?

Diet Delivery Slim Down: Is the Convenience Worth the Cost? A big name is diets has just started delivering food....

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US Wholesale Stockpiles Rise 1.1 Percent in March

US Wholesale Stockpiles Rise 1.1 Percent in March US wholesale stockpiles up 1.1 percent in March while sales up by largest amount in 10 months...

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House Votes to Make Research Tax Credit Permanent

House Votes to Make Research Tax Credit Permanent House votes to make research tax credit permanent, adding $156 billion to budget deficit...

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Kids Reunite With Locked-up Moms Near Mother's Day

Kids Reunite With Locked-up Moms Near Mother's Day Imprisoned California moms spend time with their kids in trip organized around Mother's Day...

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US Wholesale Stockpiles up 1.1 Percent in March While Sales up by Largest Amount in 10 Months

US Wholesale Stockpiles up 1.1 Percent in March While Sales up by Largest Amount in 10 Months US wholesale stockpiles up 1.1 percent in March while sales up by largest amount in 10 months...

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Nigeria Had 4-Hour Warning on School Raid, Group Says

Nigeria Had 4-Hour Warning on School Raid, Group Says A peace negotiator used in previous formal negotiations with Boko Haram – the group responsible for kidnapping hundreds of school girls – has proposed a formal negotiation process to the Nigerian government that he hopes will allow for the girls’ safe return....

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Postal Service Had $1.9 Billion Quarterly Loss

Postal Service Had $1.9 Billion Quarterly Loss Postal service had $1.9 billion quarterly loss despite cost cutting; asks again for reform law...

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Patricia Heaton Talks About Career, Motherhood

Patricia Heaton Talks About Career, Motherhood Patricia Heaton talks about motherhood, 'The Middle' and her new film, 'Moms' Night Out'...

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Disabled Woman: Pittsburgh Parking Meters Too Tall

Disabled Woman: Pittsburgh Parking Meters Too Tall Woman claims Pittsburgh parking meters are too tall for wheelchair access, files lawsuit...

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Master Money Counterfeiter Prints Millions, Says ‘Screw You’ to US

Master Money Counterfeiter Prints Millions, Says ‘Screw You’ to US A man who claims he is the best counterfeiter in the world, Frank Bourassa, has been allowed to go free after turning over a huge quantity of fake U.S. $20 bills that authorities say are “not detectable by the naked eye.”...

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Eastern Ukraine's Vote: a Key Moment

Eastern Ukraine's Vote: a Key Moment Eastern Ukraine's sovereignty votes: rising tension, uncertain consequences...

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Pomp and Circumstance as Putin Visits Crimea

Pomp and Circumstance as Putin Visits Crimea Vladimir Putin was greeted by fanfare fit for a king when he arrived in Crimea today for the first time since Russia annexed the region from Ukraine....

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Fighting in Southern Ukraine City Kills at Least 3

Fighting in Southern Ukraine City Kills at Least 3 Battle in Ukrainian city kills at least 3; Putin makes 1st trip to Crimea since annexation...

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Honduras Extradites Drug Suspect to US, a First

Honduras Extradites Drug Suspect to US, a First Honduras makes first extradition of suspected drug trafficker to US...

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Italy: Man Arrested in Crucifixion-Style Killing

Italy: Man Arrested in Crucifixion-Style Killing Italy: police arrest suspect in crucifixion-style killing of prostitute; 10 more cases probed...

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Beatles Rickenbacker Guitar Coming to Auction

Beatles Rickenbacker Guitar Coming to Auction George Harrison's 1962 Rickenbacker guitar, other rock memorabilia coming to NYC auction...

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Indian Professor Arrested for Alleged Maoist Links

Indian Professor Arrested for Alleged Maoist Links Indian police arrest university professor for alleged links with Maoist rebels...

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Protests Set for Miss. Law That's Seen as Anti-Gay

Protests Set for Miss. Law That's Seen as Anti-Gay Mississippi religious law protests set for Ole Miss graduation, New York gay pride dinner...

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Al-Qaida Militants Ambush Defense Minister Convoy

Al-Qaida Militants Ambush Defense Minister Convoy Al-Qaida militants ambush and clash with defense minister and senior security officials guards...

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