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Court Overturns Convictions in Amish Hair Attacks

Court Overturns Convictions in Amish Hair Attacks Court overturns hate-crime convictions in Ohio beard- and hair-cutting attacks on fellow Amish...

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Army Knocks 2-Star Down to 1-Star Rank

Army Knocks 2-Star Down to 1-Star Rank Army general blamed for failing to probe sexual assault allegation will retire at lower rank...

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Citing Ebola, Air France Suspends Flights

Citing Ebola, Air France Suspends Flights Ebola prompts Air France to suspend flights to Sierra Leone, maintains ones to Liberia, Guinea...

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VA Training Guide Likens Vets to Oscar the Grouch

VA Training Guide Likens Vets to Oscar the Grouch VA training guide compares veterans unhappy over care to Oscar the Grouch...

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Dogs Get Blues When Youngsters Go Back to School

Dogs Get Blues When Youngsters Go Back to School Experts: Back-to-school blues hit dogs, too, when their young owners go back to school...

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4 Indonesians in Rape Case Retract Confessions

4 Indonesians in Rape Case Retract Confessions 4 Indonesians on trial in child abuse at prestigious school retract confessions...

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Ebola Outbreak Becomes Issue in Arkansas Senate Race

Ebola Outbreak Becomes Issue in Arkansas Senate Race The deadly disease invades the race between Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton....

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Stocks Drift Higher; S&P 500 Holds at 2,000 Points

Stocks Drift Higher; S&P 500 Holds at 2,000 Points Stocks drift higher in quiet trading; S&P 500 holds on to the 2,000-point level; Express gains...

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Forest Service to Release Rim Fire Recovery Plan

Forest Service to Release Rim Fire Recovery Plan Forest Service expected to release recovery plan for massive 2013 California wildfire...

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AP ANALYSIS: A Grim Stalemate at War's End in Gaza

AP ANALYSIS: A Grim Stalemate at War's End in Gaza AP ANALYSIS: Gaza war seems to end with another grim stalemate amid devastation in the strip...

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Missouri Governor Names New Public Safety Director

Missouri Governor Names New Public Safety Director Missouri governor names new public safety director, nearly 3 weeks after police shooting...

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McDonnell Daughter Testifies on Parents' Marriage

McDonnell Daughter Testifies on Parents' Marriage McDonnells' daughter tells jurors her mom developed 'mild obsession' with Va. businessman...

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Low-Budget Ryanair Launches Business-Class

Low-Budget Ryanair Launches Business-Class Budget carrier Ryanair offers business-class, a bid to woo Europe's austerity-minded companies...

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US Marshals in NYC Shootout; Suspect Wounded

US Marshals in NYC Shootout; Suspect Wounded US marshals in New York City shootout; fugitive wanted in Virginia, North Carolina is wounded...

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Mother of American Hostage Pleads With ISIS ‘Caliph’ for Mercy

Mother of American Hostage Pleads With ISIS ‘Caliph’ for Mercy The mother of an American writer being held hostage by ISIS pleaded directly with the leader of the Iraqi terror group in a new video, begging him to “please, release my child.�...

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Man Kills Wife, Wounds Self at New Jersey Hospital

Man Kills Wife, Wounds Self at New Jersey Hospital Man fatally shoots wife, wounds himself at New Jersey hospital; Motive under investigation...

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Correction: Dwindling Bathhouses Story

Correction: Dwindling Bathhouses Story Correction: Dwindling Bathhouses story...

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Jasper Johns' Former Assistant Pleads Guilty

Jasper Johns' Former Assistant Pleads Guilty Jasper Johns' ex-assistant admits $6.5M scheme to steal works from Johns' Connecticut studio...

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Prosecutor Urges Jury to Convict Blackwater Guards

Prosecutor Urges Jury to Convict Blackwater Guards Prosecutor says jury should convict 4 Blackwater in Nisoor Square shootings...

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Zara to 'Destroy' T-Shirts Resembling Concentration Camp Uniforms

Zara to 'Destroy' T-Shirts Resembling Concentration Camp Uniforms Zara, a Spanish brand with outposts all over the world including the U.S., was selling in its kids' clothing line a white-and-blue striped shirt with a gold star. Some felt the stripes in combination with a gold star reminiscent of the Star of David looked far too similar to uniforms worn in Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust....

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