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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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Hillary Clinton Driving Democrats' Benghazi Committee Strategy

Hillary Clinton Driving Democrats' Benghazi Committee Strategy Better to have Dems join questioning in hopes of balance, Clinton said believe....

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Meteor Shower Could Put on a Show in the Sky

Meteor Shower Could Put on a Show in the Sky An exquisite shower of stars may put on a show in the sky this weekend in a spectacle that has the potential to rival the Perseid meteor shower of August, according to NASA....

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State Approves Expansion of California Landfill That Residents Blame for Birth Defects

State Approves Expansion of California Landfill That Residents Blame for Birth Defects State approves expansion of California landfill that residents blame for birth defects...

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Armstrong Stripped of France's Legion of Honor

Armstrong Stripped of France's Legion of Honor After loss of Tour de France titles for doping, Armstrong stripped of Legion of Honor award...

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Proposal Would Stop Door-to-Door Mail for Millions

Proposal Would Stop Door-to-Door Mail for Millions Proposal would end door-to-door mail delivery for millions, switch to communal box or curbside...

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House Panel Approves Cuts to Transportation Grants

House Panel Approves Cuts to Transportation Grants GOP-led House panel approves cuts to transportation grants, Amtrak...

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Yellen, at NYU, Hails Bernanke's Courage in Crisis

Yellen, at NYU, Hails Bernanke's Courage in Crisis Yellen, at NYU commencement, hails Bernanke's courage and resilience during 2008 crisis...

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Suh at Practice, Talks Contract, 2010 Draft

Suh at Practice, Talks Contract, 2010 Draft Back at practice with Lions, Suh talks contract, makes cryptic comment about 2010 draft...

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Kohlschreiber, Monaco Advance at Duesseldorf Open

Kohlschreiber, Monaco Advance at Duesseldorf Open Top-seeded Philipp Kohlschreiber and title holder Juan Monaco advance at Duesseldorf Open...

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Texas Cop Shown Jumping from Bridge to Avoid Crash

Texas Cop Shown Jumping from Bridge to Avoid Crash Officer Kenneth Lewis had made traffic stop on suburban Houston highway....

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FIFA Defends WCup Kickoff Times After Being Sued

FIFA Defends WCup Kickoff Times After Being Sued FIFA defends World Cup kickoff times after being sued by players' union in Brazil...

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Senate Approves Fischer Nomination to Fed Board

Senate Approves Fischer Nomination to Fed Board Senate approves Fischer's nomination to Fed board; awaits a separate vote to become vice chair...

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Man Pleads Not Guilty in Exchange Student's Death

Man Pleads Not Guilty in Exchange Student's Death Montana man pleads not guilty in the shooting death of German exchange student...

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With Martial Law, Thai Government Nearly Powerless

With Martial Law, Thai Government Nearly Powerless Army's imposition of martial law renders cornered Thai government virtually powerless...

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