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Judge Orders NCAA Suit to Go to Trial Next Month

Judge Orders NCAA Suit to Go to Trial Next Month Judge orders NCAA lawsuit to go to trial June 9 on antitrust claims...

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California Judge Says Serial Rapist to Be Released

California Judge Says Serial Rapist to Be Released Judge rules convicted serial rapist to be released to live in Los Angeles County community...

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Vegas Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal 2010 Ax Attack

Vegas Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal 2010 Ax Attack Las Vegas man, 38, pleads guilty but insane in 2010 ax attack that killed baby, injured mom...

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CANNES WATCH: Designers Set up Shop

CANNES WATCH: Designers Set up Shop CANNES WATCH: Designers set up shop in hotels to cater to stars, elite...

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Ray Rice Apologizes, Says He 'Failed Miserably'

Ray Rice Apologizes, Says He 'Failed Miserably' Ravens RB Rice apologizes for assault arrest, says he 'failed miserably' but will rebound...

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US Gains Trade Victory in Auto Dispute With China

US Gains Trade Victory in Auto Dispute With China World Trade Organization sides with US in auto trade dispute with China over export subsidies...

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GM Recalls 500 Pickups, SUVs for Air Bag Controls

GM Recalls 500 Pickups, SUVs for Air Bag Controls GM recalls 500 pickups and SUVs for air bag controls; number of recalls hits 30 for year...

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'Leviathan' Leads a Russian Invasion at Cannes

'Leviathan' Leads a Russian Invasion at Cannes Powerful satire 'Leviathan' leads a Russian invasion at Cannes Film Festival...

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Cannes: 'White God' Wins Un Certain Regard Prize

Cannes: 'White God' Wins Un Certain Regard Prize Cannes: 'White God' wins 'Un Certain Regard' top prize...

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How Your Ex-Spouse Could Inherit Most of Your Money

How Your Ex-Spouse Could Inherit Most of Your Money If you have a will — and you should have one — you may have executed it after years of putting it off. You’ve paid your attorney a lot of money and given serious consideration to make the right choices and ensure that the will is air-tight. Finally your will is finished, and you can sleep soundly knowing that your heirs will receive the assets that you intend. But that's not necessarily true....

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Poland's Walesa Says the US No Longer World Leader

Poland's Walesa Says the US No Longer World Leader Poland's Lech Walesa to tell President Obama that US is no longer world leader...

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California Judge Says Serial Rapist to Be Released

California Judge Says Serial Rapist to Be Released Judge rules convicted serial rapist to be released to live in Los Angeles County community...

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Family Sues Teachers Over Cult Allegations

Family Sues Teachers Over Cult Allegations Connecticut couple sues teachers, schools alleging 3 daughters were indoctrinated into cult...

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Meet the Baby Born to a Mom in a Coma

Meet the Baby Born to a Mom in a Coma West Nathaniel Lande was the baby Melissa Carleton always wanted....

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Woman Who Killed Baby at DC Convent Gets 4 Years

Woman Who Killed Baby at DC Convent Gets 4 Years Woman studying to become a nun who smothered newborn son at DC convent sentenced to 4 years...

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Court Tosses out Energy Rule

Court Tosses out Energy Rule Federal appeals court overturns rule to pay energy users to reduce consumption...

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'World's Ugliest Woman' Pursues Anti-Bullying Film

'World's Ugliest Woman' Pursues Anti-Bullying Film Lizzie Velasquez, once dubbed 'world's ugliest woman,' seeks funding for anti-bullying film...

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Broncos' Ward Appears in Court on Misdemeanor

Broncos' Ward Appears in Court on Misdemeanor Broncos' Ward appears in court on misdemeanor charge, accused of throwing mug at bartender...

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Man Pleads Guilty in 2001 Police Informant Killing

Man Pleads Guilty in 2001 Police Informant Killing Arizona man pleads guilty in 2001 death of informant who revealed details of steroid plot...

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Paralyzed Bride Plans to Start Family

Paralyzed Bride Plans to Start Family On May 23, 2010, Rachelle Friedman was playfully pushed into a pool by her best friend at her bachelorette party. She hit the bottom head first, breaking her neck and causing a severe spinal cord injury....

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