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Tearful Plea From Victim's Dad in Deadly Rampage

Tearful Plea From Victim's Dad in Deadly Rampage Father of 1 of 7 dead in California university rampage cries: 'When will this insanity stop?'...

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Ecuador President Backs Indefinite Re-Election

Ecuador President Backs Indefinite Re-Election Ecuador's President Correa backs reform to allow indefinite re-election...

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Jon Huntsman Calls Hacking Charges Against China Military Officers 'Symbolic'

Jon Huntsman Calls Hacking Charges Against China Military Officers 'Symbolic' Former U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman described the hacking charges announced this week against five Chinese military officers by the Justice Department as “symbolic” and said the United States will need to get more serious about the actions it takes to counter China’s alleged......

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Siblings Celebrate on Opening Day of French Open

Siblings Celebrate on Opening Day of French Open Federer sisters watch daddy win, Williams sisters do it themselves on Day 1 of French Open...

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Cubs Sign Manny Ramirez as Triple-A Player-Coach

Cubs Sign Manny Ramirez as Triple-A Player-Coach Cubs sign Manny Ramirez to be player-coach for Triple-A team in Iowa...

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Obama Makes Surprise Visit to Afghanistan

Obama Makes Surprise Visit to Afghanistan He landed at a military base to visit U.S. troops there....

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Police Methods for Destroying Drug Evidence Vary

Police Methods for Destroying Drug Evidence Vary Up in smoke: Burning is often used to destroy unneeded drug evidence, but methods, rules vary...

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Isner Hits 23 Aces in 1st-Round Win at French Open

Isner Hits 23 Aces in 1st-Round Win at French Open John Isner hits 23 aces, breaks once in straight-set win to reach French Open's 2nd round...

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Isner Hits 23 Aces in 1st-Round Win at French Open

Isner Hits 23 Aces in 1st-Round Win at French Open John Isner hits 23 aces, breaks once in straight-set win to reach French Open's 2nd round...

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Belgium Hunts for Suspect in Jewish Attack; 4 Dead

Belgium Hunts for Suspect in Jewish Attack; 4 Dead Belgium launches nationwide manhunt for lone suspect in Jewish Museum attack; 4 dead...

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City in China Bombing Divided by Ethnic Tension

City in China Bombing Divided by Ethnic Tension City hit by bombing in China's Muslim northwest divided by ethnic tension, suspicion...

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Obama Slips Into Afghanistan to Visit US Troops

Obama Slips Into Afghanistan to Visit US Troops Obama slips into Afghanistan to see troops in America's longest war; no plans to meet Karzai...

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Sweets Makers Work to Keep Names off E-Cigarettes

Sweets Makers Work to Keep Names off E-Cigarettes Liquid nicotine for e-cigarettes pilfering notable brand names like Thin Mint, Tootsie Roll...

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New York Prosecutor to Re-Examine 90 Convictions

New York Prosecutor to Re-Examine 90 Convictions Hoping to right wrongs, New York prosecutor begins ambitious review of 90 disputed convictions...

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Roger Federer Can Be Flustered, After All

Roger Federer Can Be Flustered, After All To get Roger Federer flustered, just focus attention on his nose...

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A Glance at Pope Francis' Holy Land Pilgrimage

A Glance at Pope Francis' Holy Land Pilgrimage A glance at the highlights of Pope Francis' visit to the West Bank and Israel...

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Grenade Attack in Tiny Djibouti Condemned

Grenade Attack in Tiny Djibouti Condemned Grenade attack in tiny Djibouti, home to many militaries, is condemned; 3 reported killed...

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A Long Line Signals Hope in a Ukraine Neighborhood

A Long Line Signals Hope in a Ukraine Neighborhood In a crowded, middle-class Kiev neighborhood, Ukraine's hope is seen in a long election line...

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Poland's Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski Dies at 90

Poland's Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski Dies at 90 Poland's last communist leader, Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski, dies at age 90...

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Europe's Order to Mute Google Angers US

Europe's Order to Mute Google Angers US Europe's 'right to be forgotten' cheered in Brussels, but strikes out in the US...

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