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Hawksworth Back After Nasty Pocono Crash

Hawksworth Back After Nasty Pocono Crash IndyCar rookie Jack Hawksworth returns after nasty Pocono crash...

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House, Senate Committees Advance Highway Aid Plans

House, Senate Committees Advance Highway Aid Plans Plans to keep highway aid flowing to states advance in House, Senate as deadline looms...

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Aereo Presses Case Despite Supreme Court Setback

Aereo Presses Case Despite Supreme Court Setback Aereo presses case despite Supreme Court setback, seeks licensing treatment as cable company...

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Neymar Untainted by Brazil's Huge World Cup Defeat

Neymar Untainted by Brazil's Huge World Cup Defeat Among few unscathed by dreadful World Cup loss, Neymar to continue carrying Brazil's hopes...

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Oil Rises for First Time in 2 Weeks, Near $103

Oil Rises for First Time in 2 Weeks, Near $103 Crude oil price gains for first time in 2 weeks, but analysts don't rule out more declines...

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Great Fall Too Much _ Humpty Dumpty to Be Rebuilt

Great Fall Too Much _ Humpty Dumpty to Be Rebuilt A great fall proves too much for amusement park's Humpty Dumpty; he'll have to be rebuilt...

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5 Family Members Among Massachusetts Fire Victims

5 Family Members Among Massachusetts Fire Victims 5 members of family among 7 killed in Massachusetts apartment fire...

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Compounding Pharmacy Oversight Changes Signed

Compounding Pharmacy Oversight Changes Signed Governor OKs changes to compounding pharmacy rules in Massachusetts, origin of tainted drugs...

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Brewers' Garza Has No-Hitter Through 6 Vs. Phils

Brewers' Garza Has No-Hitter Through 6 Vs. Phils Milwaukee's Matt Garza pitching a no-hitter through 6 innings against Phillies...

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Philadelphia Museum's Golden Goddess Glows Again

Philadelphia Museum's Golden Goddess Glows Again With fresh coat of gold, Philadelphia Museum of Art's sculpture of goddess Diana shines again...

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Helton: Talladega Races Still Have Big Impact

Helton: Talladega Races Still Have Big Impact NASCAR's Mike Helton: Talladega's downsized track still has big impact on area...

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Here’s What Obama Would See at the Border

Here’s What Obama Would See at the Border Republicans -- and even a few Democrats -- have pounced on President Obama for his refusal to visit the U.S.-Mexico border where hoards of unaccompanied minors from Central America who have crossed into the country illegally are being held in overburdened, overcrowded border patrol facilities. But Obama, who is visiting Texas this week, says he’s “not interested in photo ops� and insists a border visit wouldn’t enhance his understanding of what he, himself, has called a “humanitarian crisis.�...

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State: Michigan Boy Found in Basement Was Abused

State: Michigan Boy Found in Basement Was Abused Agency says Michigan boy found in basement was abused, seeks to end dad's parental rights...

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Afghan Aid Is Dropping, but How Fast Is Too Fast?

Afghan Aid Is Dropping, but How Fast Is Too Fast? US aid to Afghanistan shrinking with military footprint; aid officials want gradual decline...

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Los Alamos to Get New Supercomputer

Los Alamos to Get New Supercomputer Los Alamos National Laboratory to get new supercomputer to manage nuclear stockpile...

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Feds Bring Charges Against Amazon for Kids' App Purchases

Feds Bring Charges Against Amazon for Kids' App Purchases Amazon is accused of billing parents for millions of dollars in their children's unauthorized in-app purchases....

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UN Chief Urges Israeli-Palestinian Cease-Fire

UN Chief Urges Israeli-Palestinian Cease-Fire UN chief says Israelis and Palestinians must avoid war, urges immediate cease-fire...

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US Is Trolling the Chinese Embassy in DC

US Is Trolling the Chinese Embassy in DC During meetings in Beijing this week, Secretary of State John Kerry has been urging the communist nation to improve its abysmal human rights record. But back in Washington, activists and members of Congress are taking a more in-your-face approach: trying to get Kerry to rename the street outside the Chinese embassy in Washington after jailed activist Liu Xiaobo, a symbolic move that would be a daily reminder to China’s US representatives – but one that some fear could unnecessarily provoke the Pacific giant just as the US is trying to get the relationship back on track. ABC’s Ali Weinberg reports....

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Plan to Keep Highway Aid Flowing Advances in House

Plan to Keep Highway Aid Flowing Advances in House Plan to keep highway, transit aid flowing to states advances in House as deadline looms...

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Brooks' Music Coming to Digital Via His Own Site

Brooks' Music Coming to Digital Via His Own Site Garth Brooks, whose music isn't on iTunes, to make songs available digitally on his own site...

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