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Study: Care Costs Continue Slower Growth in 2014

Study: Care Costs Continue Slower Growth in 2014 Study: Care costs continue slower growth in 2014, but have more than doubled over past decade...

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FBI Head: Cyber Crime Posing 'Enormous Challenge'

FBI Head: Cyber Crime Posing 'Enormous Challenge' FBI director says law enforcement faces 'enormous challenge' in preventing cyber crime...

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Fleet Week Returns to New York City

Fleet Week Returns to New York City Fleet Week returns to New York City in a celebration of America's sea services...

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Russia Says It Will Veto UN Resolution on Syria

Russia Says It Will Veto UN Resolution on Syria Russia says it will veto UN Security Council resolution on referring Syria to criminal court...

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Cleaner Air Could Mean Higher Electric Bills

Cleaner Air Could Mean Higher Electric Bills Power prices could be on the rise as pollution rules tighten, nation turns more to natural gas...

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Target 1Q Profit Falls 16 Pct as Breach Takes Toll

Target 1Q Profit Falls 16 Pct as Breach Takes Toll Target's 1Q profit down 16 pct as it deals with customer data breach fallout, Canada problems...

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Ky. Ag Officials Upbeat About Gaining Hemp Seeds

Ky. Ag Officials Upbeat About Gaining Hemp Seeds Kentucky agriculture officials see progress toward winning release of detained hemp seeds...

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Baby Goat Takes First Steps Using a Wheelchair

Baby Goat Takes First Steps Using a Wheelchair This video is sure to tug at your heart strings....

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Study: Bacteria Live Even in Healthy Placentas

Study: Bacteria Live Even in Healthy Placentas Study finds bacteria in placentas of healthy pregnant women, may play role in preterm birth...

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Australia Alleges Smuggler Had Bird Eggs in Pants

Australia Alleges Smuggler Had Bird Eggs in Pants Sitting on egg shells: Australia alleges airline passenger smuggled bird eggs in his pants...

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Why Elin Nordegren Is Happy About Tiger Woods' Love Life

Why Elin Nordegren Is Happy About Tiger Woods' Love Life Elin Nordegren says she doesn't "regret a thing" when it comes to taking nine years to graduate college and her past marriage to Tiger Woods. "I'm not saying, 'Oh, I had it so hard, but I finished school.' I know how fortunate I am," she tells People magazine for its latest issue. Nordegren says education is something she always wanted. "It's also important to show my kids," she says and then explains doing homework with her daughter Sam. "I'd tell her, 'See, Mommy's studying too.'" Nordegren also opened up about living close to her ex Woods, who is just 25 minutes away. She actually had nice sentiments to add about the golfer, who is the father of Sam and their son Charlie....

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Cops, Rabbi Among 70 Accused in Child Porn Investigation

Cops, Rabbi Among 70 Accused in Child Porn Investigation They are among society’s most trusted and revered: police officers, firefighters and nurses. The very people sworn to uphold the law and keep people safe are now accused of committing crimes beyond comprehension, ABC News has learned....

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Gov't: Airlines Should Disclose Bag, Seat Fees

Gov't: Airlines Should Disclose Bag, Seat Fees Obama administration wants airlines to disclose checked-bag, assigned-seat, carry-on bag fees...

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New York Attorney General, Airbnb Reach Accord

New York Attorney General, Airbnb Reach Accord Attorney general, Airbnb reach agreement on information for New York City sublet probe...

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Martha Stewart to Attend Atlantic City Food Fest

Martha Stewart to Attend Atlantic City Food Fest Martha Stewart to attend Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival, give cooking demonstrations...

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Tissues, Counselors Help Ease Pain at 9/11 Museum

Tissues, Counselors Help Ease Pain at 9/11 Museum Silent rooms, tissues, counselors help ease the emotional pain for visitors to 9/11 museum...

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California Approves Expansion of Toxic Waste Site

California Approves Expansion of Toxic Waste Site State approves expansion of California landfill that residents blame for birth defects...

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Nest Recalling 440K Smoke Alarms for Safety Risk

Nest Recalling 440K Smoke Alarms for Safety Risk Nest recalling 440K smoke alarms to disable feature that could prevent alarm from sounding...

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Why Charlize Theron's Son Jackson Is Called 'The Little Republican'

Why Charlize Theron's Son Jackson Is Called 'The Little Republican' Charlize Theron opens up about being a mom to her son, Jackson, and explains why Seth McFarlane calls him a "little Republican."...

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Malian Army Flees Kidal Amid Rebel Fighting

Malian Army Flees Kidal Amid Rebel Fighting Malian army retreats from Kidal amid heavy rebel fighting despite French presence...

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