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Brooklyn Offers Urban Cool to 2016 Convention Bid

Brooklyn Offers Urban Cool to 2016 Convention Bid Brooklyn offers gritty cool, urban liberalism as potential host of 2016 Democratic convention...

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Federer Going for 7th Halle Title, Final Vs. Falla

Federer Going for 7th Halle Title, Final Vs. Falla Roger Federer to play Alejandro Falla in Halle final, bidding for 7th title...

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Tomato Truck Overturns on I-8 East of Yuma

Tomato Truck Overturns on I-8 East of Yuma Overturned tomato truck makes for ketchup on I-8 east of Yuma...

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Excerpt: Elizabeth Drew’s ‘Washington Journal’

Excerpt: Elizabeth Drew’s ‘Washington Journal’ An excerpt of Elizabeth Drew’s "Washington Journal."...

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Sanofi, Medtronic Join on Diabetes Drugs, Devices

Sanofi, Medtronic Join on Diabetes Drugs, Devices Drugmaker Sanofi, medical device maker Medtronic join to develop diabetes drugs, devices...

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Feds: Nearly $2 Million of Pot Tossed From 2 Boats

Feds: Nearly $2 Million of Pot Tossed From 2 Boats Federal officials recover nearly $2 million worth of pot tossed from 2 boats off San Diego...

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Iran, Nigeria Look to End 16-Year Winless Run

Iran, Nigeria Look to End 16-Year Winless Run 16 years on, Iran and Nigeria look to bring an end to their winless World Cup run...

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Videos Open Window on Guantanamo Hunger Strike

Videos Open Window on Guantanamo Hunger Strike Guantanamo hunger strike under renewed scrutiny as lawyers get video of prisoner treatment...

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Father, Son Lead Army Unit 4 Decades Apart

Father, Son Lead Army Unit 4 Decades Apart Fathers and Sons: Leader of Rakkasans carries flag into combat as father did 4 decades ago...

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Afghan Officials: Estimated Election Turnout Was 60 Percent and Nearly 50 People Were Killed

Afghan Officials: Estimated Election Turnout Was 60 Percent and Nearly 50 People Were Killed Afghan officials: estimated election turnout was 60 percent and nearly 50 people were killed...

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Ibarbo Gets Start in Colombia Attack Vs Greece

Ibarbo Gets Start in Colombia Attack Vs Greece Victor Ibarbo starts for Colombia in Group C opener against Greece;...

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Nuclear Industry Explores Accident-Resistant Fuel

Nuclear Industry Explores Accident-Resistant Fuel Nuclear industry researches ways to make nuclear fuel safer; 5 things to know...

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Germany Will Seek Impressive Start Vs. Portugal

Germany Will Seek Impressive Start Vs. Portugal Germany seeks high-tempo start against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in their World Cup opener...

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Nuclear Industry Explores Accident-Resistant Fuel

Nuclear Industry Explores Accident-Resistant Fuel Nuclear industry researches ways to make fuel safer during extreme accidents...

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Delta Worker Hurt in Jet Engine Fire at LaGuardia

Delta Worker Hurt in Jet Engine Fire at LaGuardia Delta ramp worker responding to plane engine fire suffers injuries at NYC's LaGuardia Airport...

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Oregon Hopes to Be First State to Map GMO Fields

Oregon Hopes to Be First State to Map GMO Fields Mistrust between biotech firms, other farmers may thwart Oregon hopes of GMO mapping...

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FCC Wants to Know Who's to Blame for Slower Internet Streaming

FCC Wants to Know Who's to Blame for Slower Internet Streaming Fans who are frustrated over slow streaming of "Orange is the New Black," or other Netflix hits, may finally learn who is to blame....

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US: Afghan Vote Step Forward on 'Democratic Path'

US: Afghan Vote Step Forward on 'Democratic Path' US: Afghan vote a step forward on 'democratic path,' praises voters' 'courage and resolve'...

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Kaymer Still Has Plenty of Work Ahead at US Open

Kaymer Still Has Plenty of Work Ahead at US Open Martin Kaymer, with 6-shot lead in US Open, still has tough task at Pinehurst No. 2...

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Watch: Rhode Island Latest to Report Case of Chikungunya Fever

Watch: Rhode Island Latest to Report Case of Chikungunya Fever Several cases of the little known virus have been reported across several states in the U.S....

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