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Fido Flu Outbreak Hits Massachusetts

Fido Flu Outbreak Hits Massachusetts Four cases of canine flu reported in Massachusetts....

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Dino Hunters Find Long-Necks Survived Jurassic Era

Dino Hunters Find Long-Necks Survived Jurassic Era Argentine fossils show long-necked dino family thought extinct elsewhere survived Jurassic era...

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Dow Jones Industrial Average Falls 200 Points After Weak Economic Data, Retail Earnings

Dow Jones Industrial Average Falls 200 Points After Weak Economic Data, Retail Earnings Dow Jones industrial average falls 200 points after weak economic data, retail earnings...

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Death of Ambushed Ky. Lawman Unsolved Year Later

Death of Ambushed Ky. Lawman Unsolved Year Later A year later, Kentucky lawman's murder still unsolved, a rarity law enforcement community...

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US Stocks Slide After Disappointing Economic News

US Stocks Slide After Disappointing Economic News US stocks fall sharply after disappointing economic news and lower earnings from Wal-Mart...

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What a Firenado Is and How It Happens

What a Firenado Is and How It Happens As wildfires continue to ravage the West Coast, experts say fire tornadoes — called firenadoes — become a greater possibility....

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Official: Freeing Nigerian Girls a Top US Priority

Official: Freeing Nigerian Girls a Top US Priority US officials say freeing Nigerian girls a top priority, warn about Boko Haram's growing reach...

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Average US 30-Year Mortgage Rate Dips to 4.2 Pct.

Average US 30-Year Mortgage Rate Dips to 4.2 Pct. Average US rate on 30-year mortgage eases to 4.20 pct.; rate on 15-year loan down to 3.29 pct....

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Detroit Bankruptcy Creditors Want Access to Art

Detroit Bankruptcy Creditors Want Access to Art Judge hears arguments in Detroit bankruptcy case about access to rare, valuable art...

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Obama Recalls Heroism of 'Man in the Red Bandana' on 9/11

Obama Recalls Heroism of 'Man in the Red Bandana' on 9/11 "He led those survivors down the stairs to safety," Obama said....

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Text Messaging 911: What You Need to Know

Text Messaging 911: What You Need to Know Beginning today, the four major wireless carriers in the United States began voluntarily offering text-to-911 capability as an alternative to placing a voice call....

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Blood Donation Poster Saves Dying Phones

Blood Donation Poster Saves Dying Phones A Brazilian ad agency took this new approach to encouraging blood donation....

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'Timbuktu' Director Breaks Down Over Mali Conflict

'Timbuktu' Director Breaks Down Over Mali Conflict 'Timbuktu' director, competing for Cannes' Palme d'Or, breaks down talking about Mali conflict...

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What We Know Now About the Kidnapped Nigerian Girls

What We Know Now About the Kidnapped Nigerian Girls What we know today about the kidnapping of nearly 300 Nigerian girls and the efforts to rescue them....

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Olympic Swimmer Katie Ledecky to Attend Stanford

Olympic Swimmer Katie Ledecky to Attend Stanford Olympic champion Katie Ledecky plans to swim for Stanford, joining Missy Franklin in Bay Area...

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James Franco Slams Planned 'Spring Breakers' Sequel

James Franco Slams Planned 'Spring Breakers' Sequel James Franco is not too happy there's a planned sequel to his movie "Spring Breakers." Franco took to Instagram yesterday and said the new movie has nothing to do with the actor or the film's director Harmony Korine. "STATEMENT ABOUT SPRING BREAKERS 2: This is not being done with Harmony Korine or my consent," Franco posted. "The original was wholly Harmony's creation and these producers are capitalizing on that innovative film to make money on a weak sequel. I want everyone to know that whoever is involved in the sequel is jumping on board a poison ship."...

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What Makes Barbara Walters Special? A Few Theories

What Makes Barbara Walters Special? A Few Theories What makes Barbara Walters special? As she retires, a few informed sources offer theories...

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Aaron Hernandez Indicted in Boston Double Slaying

Aaron Hernandez Indicted in Boston Double Slaying Ex-New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez indicted on murder charges in 2012 double slaying...

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Man Sues Oprah Over Trail Access in Colorado

Man Sues Oprah Over Trail Access in Colorado Neighbor claims Oprah is blocking access to hiking trails on her new property near Telluride...

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Senate: Firms Must Protect Against Malicious Ads

Senate: Firms Must Protect Against Malicious Ads Congress warns tech firms to better protect against malicious ads or risk new federal rules...

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