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Senate Set to Vote on $12.3 Billion Water Bill

Senate Set to Vote on $12.3 Billion Water Bill Senate expected to vote on $12.3 billion water bill, authorizes 34 water projects...

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House Rebuffs Pentagon on Defense Spending

House Rebuffs Pentagon on Defense Spending Defying Pentagon, House pushes to finish $601 billion defense bill that spares favored weapons...

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Climate Group to Sink $100M in 7 Races in 2014

Climate Group to Sink $100M in 7 Races in 2014 Super PAC backed by billionaire Steyer to spend $100M elevating climate change in 7 key races...

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Rescued Calf Gets New High-Tech Prosthetics

Rescued Calf Gets New High-Tech Prosthetics Virginia-born calf that lost back hooves to frostbite gets new set of prosthetics in Texas...

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California Kidnap Victim Lived in Open Sight

California Kidnap Victim Lived in Open Sight A kidnap victim lives openly with captor in California, but goes unnoticed for years...

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AP Exclusive: Inmate Died After 7 Days in NYC Cell

AP Exclusive: Inmate Died After 7 Days in NYC Cell AP Exclusive: Mentally ill inmate suffered gruesome death after 7 days locked alone in NY cell...

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Algeria Authorizes Shale Gas Exploitation

Algeria Authorizes Shale Gas Exploitation Algerian government authorization exploitation of nation's shale gas reserves...

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Rescued Calf Gets New High-Tech Prosthetics

Rescued Calf Gets New High-Tech Prosthetics Virginia-born calf that lost back hooves to frostbite gets new set of prosthetics in Texas...

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Sina Losses Double on IPO Charge

Sina Losses Double on IPO Charge First-quarter losses at Weibo and parent Sina double on charge for Chinese microblog's IPO...

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US Forecasters to Predict Slow Hurricane Season

US Forecasters to Predict Slow Hurricane Season US forecasters to predict slow Atlantic hurricane season; officials roll out storm surge maps...

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Cubs to Proceed With Wrigley Plan, Risk Lawsuits

Cubs to Proceed With Wrigley Plan, Risk Lawsuits Owner: Cubs to proceed with Wrigley Field renovation plan without backing of rooftop owners...

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Legendary Hawaii Canoe Embarks on Global Odyssey

Legendary Hawaii Canoe Embarks on Global Odyssey Legendary Polynesian voyaging canoe to embark on 3-year odyssey around the world from Hawaii...

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Hawaii Canoe's Voyage Showcases Ancient Navigation

Hawaii Canoe's Voyage Showcases Ancient Navigation Hawaii canoe's worldwide voyage showcases ancient navigation...

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Padres Waste Ross' Outing in 2-0 Loss to Twins

Padres Waste Ross' Outing in 2-0 Loss to Twins Padres can't handle Hughes, get shut out for majors-leading 8th time in 2-0 loss to Twins...

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Painful and Rapid Spread of New Virus in Caribbean

Painful and Rapid Spread of New Virus in Caribbean Caribbean hospitals overwhelmed with painful and rapidly spreading virus new to region...

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Census: Texas Has 3 of 5 Fast-Growing Cities

Census: Texas Has 3 of 5 Fast-Growing Cities Growing things big in Texas: That's where you'll find 3 of nation's 5 fastest-growing cities...

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Asian Leaders See Fitful Progress on Trade Pact

Asian Leaders See Fitful Progress on Trade Pact Asian leaders report fitful progress on regional trade pact, as time presses...

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Police Say Taliban Kidnap 27 Afghan Officers

Police Say Taliban Kidnap 27 Afghan Officers Official in Afghanistan says Taliban fighters kidnap 27 police officers in northeast province...

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15 Best Wedding Blogs

15 Best Wedding Blogs The saying goes, “First comes love, then comes marriage,” but no one mentioned everything that needs to be done between the two. Planning a wedding can be compared to putting on a Broadway show....

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5 Things You Need to Know About Gluten

5 Things You Need to Know About Gluten Unless you’ve been on a media-free diet, you probably saw Jimmy Kimmel Live’s hilarious “What is Gluten?” video, in which none of the gluten avoiders interviewed could explain exactly what gluten is. The truth is, most of my gluten-free clients don’t really know what it is either, but they do know that they feel better when they avoid it. But there’s a problem: I noticed that some of the things people said in Kimmel’s video, like where they think gluten is found, were just plain incorrect. The video has more than 2 million views, so I thought it would be helpful to provide a primer. Here are five things you should know before starting a gluten-free diet, in order to reap the benefits and avoid the pitfalls....

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