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Sides Argue Over Whether Killer Mom Was Insane

Sides Argue Over Whether Killer Mom Was Insane Prosecutors, defense clash over whether Tampa military mom who killed teens was insane...

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Credit-Easing Steps by Central Banks, at a Glance

Credit-Easing Steps by Central Banks, at a Glance Credit-easing steps taken by the world's central banks, at a glance...

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Jury Deliberations to Continue in Donnan Trial

Jury Deliberations to Continue in Donnan Trial Jury deliberations to continue in fraud trial of former UGA football coach Jim Donnan...

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Largest Economies Are Operating at Varying Speeds

Largest Economies Are Operating at Varying Speeds Largest economies are operating at different speeds as central banks fine-tune stimulus...

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Stocks Drop on Wal-Mart Earnings, Mixed Econ News

Stocks Drop on Wal-Mart Earnings, Mixed Econ News Investors retreat from stocks after mixed economic news, disappointing results from Wal-Mart...

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Aid Workers Freed After Months of Syria Captivity

Aid Workers Freed After Months of Syria Captivity 5 aid workers freed after months of captivity in Syria...

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Woman, 34, Accused of Posing as a Sophomore Arrested

Woman, 34, Accused of Posing as a Sophomore Arrested A 34-year-old Texas woman pretended to be a high school sophomore for nearly an entire school year, fooling teachers, classmates and even the woman who took her in....

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Saudis Question Mecca Preparedness as MERS Spreads

Saudis Question Mecca Preparedness as MERS Spreads As MERS virus spreads, Saudis question Mecca preparedness ahead of high pilgrimage season...

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Clintons Pushing Back Against Republican Critics

Clintons Pushing Back Against Republican Critics Clintons fighting back against Republicans as Hillary Clinton considers 2016 bid...

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Obama Plans Conference on Youth Sports Concussions

Obama Plans Conference on Youth Sports Concussions Obama planning to host White House summit on youth sports safety and concussions May 29...

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Gold Prices Sink After Batch of Economic Reports

Gold Prices Sink After Batch of Economic Reports Gold prices drop after economic reports in Europe and the US lead traders out of yellow metal...

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President Says Yemen in 'Open War' With Al-Qaida

President Says Yemen in 'Open War' With Al-Qaida Yemen's president says country now in an 'open war' against al-Qaida as offensive grinds on...

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21 Reservations Next up in Consolidation Program

21 Reservations Next up in Consolidation Program 21 Indian reservations identified for next phase of $1.9 billion land-consolidation program...

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Congressional Negotiators Agree on Water Bill

Congressional Negotiators Agree on Water Bill Highlights from compromise water bill agreed to by House, Senate negotiators...

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Anheuser-Busch Discrimination Suit in Jury's Hands

Anheuser-Busch Discrimination Suit in Jury's Hands St. Louis jury begins deliberations in Anheuser-Busch sex discrimination lawsuit...

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2013 Dog-Bite Stats Include 5,581 Postal Carriers

2013 Dog-Bite Stats Include 5,581 Postal Carriers 5,581 letter carriers among 4.5 million Americans bitten by dogs in 2013; half are kids...

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Jupiter's Great Red Spot Shrinking Before Our Eyes

Jupiter's Great Red Spot Shrinking Before Our Eyes That giant red spot on Jupiter is shrinking faster than ever and astronomers don't know why...

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Republicans Block Bill to Renew Expired Tax Breaks

Republicans Block Bill to Renew Expired Tax Breaks Republican senators block bill to renew expired tax breaks in dispute over amendments...

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Hernandez Associate Pleads Not Guilty to Murder

Hernandez Associate Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Associate of Aaron Hernandez pleads not guilty to murder charge in 2013 death of Odin Lloyd...

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Eric Shinseki 'Mad as Hell': 4 Tough Questions for VA Secretary

Eric Shinseki 'Mad as Hell': 4 Tough Questions for VA Secretary Cliff Owen/AP Photo WASHINGTON–The man at the top of the country’s scandal-plagued Department of Veterans Affairs indicated today that he may replace his upper management team in the wake of allegations of employee misconduct resulted in preventable deaths at several hospitals, and widespread falsifying of......

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