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Peace Talks Tentatively Set for South Sudan

Peace Talks Tentatively Set for South Sudan Kerry announces tentative talks in effort to bring peace to South Sudan...

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CVS Caremark 1Q Profit Jumps 18 Percent

CVS Caremark 1Q Profit Jumps 18 Percent CVS Caremark's 1st quarter profit jumps 18 percent, 2014 forecast reaffirmed...

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MGM, AEG Break Ground on Las Vegas Strip Arena

MGM, AEG Break Ground on Las Vegas Strip Arena MGM Resorts, AEG break ground on 20,000-seat arena along Las Vegas Strip...

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Colombian Shaman Has No Remorse in UK Teen's Death

Colombian Shaman Has No Remorse in UK Teen's Death Colombian shaman shows no remorse in death of British teen from hallucinogenic brew...

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One Weekend Only: Hollywood Comes to DC

One Weekend Only: Hollywood Comes to DC A-List stars are descending on the nation's capitol this weekend....

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Officials: Attack in Eastern Libya Kills 6 Troops

Officials: Attack in Eastern Libya Kills 6 Troops Libyan officials: Militants attack security HQ in eastern city of Benghazi, kill 6 troops...

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Women Reach the Top in Nepal's Trekking Industry

Women Reach the Top in Nepal's Trekking Industry Sisters reach the top in Nepal's trekking industry, teaching women to become mountain guides...

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Blue Dome in Atlanta Skyline to Reopen June 10

Blue Dome in Atlanta Skyline to Reopen June 10 Blue-domed lounge 'Polaris' that once dominated Atlanta's skyline to reopen June 10...

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Court Says Final 'No' to Jewish Restitution Claim

Court Says Final 'No' to Jewish Restitution Claim Czech court rejects for the final time a claim of heirs for restitution of Prague factory...

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Women Reach the Top in Nepal's Trekking Industry

Women Reach the Top in Nepal's Trekking Industry Sisters reach the top in Nepal's trekking industry, teaching women to become mountain guides...

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Ethiopia: At Least 11 Students Killed in Violence

Ethiopia: At Least 11 Students Killed in Violence 11 Ethiopian students killed in violent confrontations with police in country's largest state...

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Sources: Donald Sterling Is Battling Cancer

Sources: Donald Sterling Is Battling Cancer Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is battling cancer, sources have confirmed to ESPN.com....

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UN: Oklahoma Execution May Violate Int'l Law

UN: Oklahoma Execution May Violate Int'l Law UN: Botched Oklahoma execution may violate international human rights law...

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Teens Deny Torturing Kitten by Microwaving It

Teens Deny Torturing Kitten by Microwaving It Maine teenagers deny animal cruelty charges alleging they put kitten in running microwave...

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10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today 10 Things to Know for Today...

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AP PHOTOS: Ga. Officer Patrols Homeless Camps

AP PHOTOS: Ga. Officer Patrols Homeless Camps AP PHOTOS: Ga. police officer works a new beat patrolling Savannah's unseen homeless camps...

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Royal Bank of Scotland Profits Triple

Royal Bank of Scotland Profits Triple Royal Bank of Scotland profits triple as the taxpayer owned bank gets smaller...

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Nigeria Police: 276 Abducted Girls Still Missing

Nigeria Police: 276 Abducted Girls Still Missing Police revision: Extremists kidnapped more than 300 Nigerian schoolgirls, missing up to 276...

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Morocco Police Tackle Crime With Harsh Tactics

Morocco Police Tackle Crime With Harsh Tactics Campaign against Casablanca hoodlums gives police popular support but leaves rights questions...

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Today's Advice to Graduates: No Selfies

Today's Advice to Graduates: No Selfies For graduates at 2 colleges, a warning on selfies; administrators cite time, disruption...

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