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South Africa Ruling Party Leads in Election Tally

South Africa Ruling Party Leads in Election Tally Early election returns show South Africa's ruling party ahead of rivals...

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FTC: Snapchat Deceived Customers, Stored Videos

FTC: Snapchat Deceived Customers, Stored Videos Snapchat settles FTC charges that it deceived customers, misrepresented 'disappearing' video...

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Boston Bombing Suspect ‘Begged for Rest’ During Questioning After Nearly Dying

Boston Bombing Suspect ‘Begged for Rest’ During Questioning After Nearly Dying A new court filing reveals for the first time how close accused Boston marathon bomber Dzokhar Tsarnaev came to dying from extensive gunshot wounds and his attempts to resist an FBI interrogation while he was handcuffed to his hospital bed....

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Ergobaby Is 'Company Doe' in Product Safety Case

Ergobaby Is 'Company Doe' in Product Safety Case Ergobaby acknowledges that it is 'Company Doe' in product safety court case...

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Judge: Indiana Must Still Recognize 1 Gay Marriage

Judge: Indiana Must Still Recognize 1 Gay Marriage Judge issues order extending time during which Indiana must recognize 1 gay couple's marriage...

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Fog Prevents Any Play in Madeira Islands Open

Fog Prevents Any Play in Madeira Islands Open Fog prevents any play on Madeira Islands Open first day...

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South Sudan Rebel Leader in Ethiopia for Talks

South Sudan Rebel Leader in Ethiopia for Talks South Sudan rebel leader arrives in Ethiopia for first political talks since violence began...

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It's a Boy for Country Singer Zac Brown

It's a Boy for Country Singer Zac Brown Country singer Zac Brown and wife welcome 1st son...

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Airlines Take Case to Congress on Airfare Rule

Airlines Take Case to Congress on Airfare Rule Airlines enlist lawmakers in battle over inclusion of taxes, fees in advertised fares...

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Investors to Supreme Court: Deny Argentine Do-Over

Investors to Supreme Court: Deny Argentine Do-Over Litigious investors ask US Supreme Court to deny Argentina a 'do-over' on $1.4B debt ruling...

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Officials: Attacks in Iraq Kill 6 People

Officials: Attacks in Iraq Kill 6 People Iraqi officials say attacks have killed 6 people in and around Baghdad...

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Head of Federal Nuclear Agency Visits New Mexico

Head of Federal Nuclear Agency Visits New Mexico Head of federal nuclear security agency visits New Mexico, meets with lab directors...

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Jamal Crawford of Clippers Wins NBA Sixth Man

Jamal Crawford of Clippers Wins NBA Sixth Man Jamal Crawford of Clippers wins NBA Sixth Man Award again, becoming oldest winner at 34...

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Census: More Americans Biking to Work

Census: More Americans Biking to Work Census report says more Americans now biking to work than in the past...

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Census: More Americans Biking to Work

Census: More Americans Biking to Work Census report says more Americans now biking to work than in the past...

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Vettel Calls Chassis Change a 'Sanity Check'

Vettel Calls Chassis Change a 'Sanity Check' Sebastian Vettel calls chassis change a 'sanity check' as Red Bull struggles to find lost pace...

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Lewinsky Conspiracy Theories Resurface - From the Right, This Time

Lewinsky Conspiracy Theories Resurface - From the Right, This Time “Same trick the Clintons pulled on us back in ’98,” Grover Norquist said....

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Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Lockdown

Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Lockdown Report of suspicious person prompts lockdown at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware...

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Agassi Says Nadal Is Greatest Ever Tennis Player

Agassi Says Nadal Is Greatest Ever Tennis Player Andre Agassi puts Rafael Nadal ahead of Roger Federer as No. 1 on tennis' all-time great list...

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Why is Fred Durst Hanging Out with the eHarmony Creator

Why is Fred Durst Hanging Out with the eHarmony Creator Online dating just got a bit edgier. None other than Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, 43, stepped away from the mic and behind the camera to direct a eHarmony commercial. "Our CEO Dr. Neil Clark Warren is on set today filming new commercials w/ Director @freddurst ! #behindthescenes #epic," the company tweeted next to a pic of Durst and the CEO you regularly see in the memorable commercials. The picture of the rock star and the CEO, 79, is definitely NOT something you see everyday. Durst is actually no stranger to directing, he directed two films in the late 2000's, including "The Education of Charlie Banks," starring Jesse Eisenberg. "Did it all for the [Love], What! The [Love], so you can take this cookie ... "...

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