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Suit Challenges Arizona Sheriff's Business Raids

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Suit Challenges Arizona Sheriff's Business Raids Suit challenges Arizona sheriff's business raids that have led to arrests of immigrant workers...

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Dirt Pile Blamed for Damage to Delaware Bridge

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Dirt Pile Blamed for Damage to Delaware Bridge Federal officials say large dirt mound dumped next to Delaware bridge was cause of damage...

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Phillies Batter Braves 10-5 to Complete Sweep

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Phillies Batter Braves 10-5 to Complete Sweep Howard caps big series with 3 hits as Phillies handle Harang, Braves 10-5 to complete sweep...

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Feds Seek Ways to Expand Use of Addiction Drug

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Feds Seek Ways to Expand Use of Addiction Drug Federal experts struggle to increase use of methadone alternative, amid drug abuse epidemic...

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Man Who Posted Obama Threat Gets a Year in Jail

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Man Who Posted Obama Threat Gets a Year in Jail Pennsylvania man who threatened Obama on White House website sentenced to a year in jail...

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Costumed Spider-Man Convicted of Harassment in NYC

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Costumed Spider-Man Convicted of Harassment in NYC Costumed Spider-Man convicted of harassment in Times Square clash with snow-throwing mom...

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Teen Allegedly Called 911 to Say He'd Killed His Father

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Teen Allegedly Called 911 to Say He'd Killed His Father "I'm calling to confess a killing," officials quote Rylan Salzman as saying....

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Military Identifies 17 Killed in '52 Alaska Crash

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Military Identifies 17 Killed in '52 Alaska Crash The remains of about a third of the 52 U.S. service members who died in a crash outside Anchorage in 1952 have been identified. The Department of Defense on Wednesday said the remains of 17 people killed in the crash of the C-124A Globemaster will be returned to their families for burial with full military honors. The plane crashed while en route to Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, from McChord Air Force Base, Washington. The Alaska National Guard discovered the wreckage in June 2012 on Colony Glacier, about 40 miles east of Anchorage. The wreckage was spotted soon after the heavy transport plane vanished Nov. 22, 1952, with 41 passengers and 11 crew members onboard, but it became buried in snow. The remaining 35 service members have not yet been recovered....

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Cheese! Small Businesses Get Sales off Instagram

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Cheese! Small Businesses Get Sales off Instagram Say cheese! How small businesses are turning photos and hashtags into cash on Instagram...

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All Gone: How Erasing Billions of Birds Shocked Us

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All Gone: How Erasing Billions of Birds Shocked Us From billions to zero: Humans killed off passenger pigeons but may try to bring them back...

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Delta Air Lines Reopens Museum After Renovations

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Delta Air Lines Reopens Museum After Renovations Delta Air Lines reopens museum after renovations; exhibits trace history of aviation...

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Drogba May Have to Be Content With Super-Sub Role

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Drogba May Have to Be Content With Super-Sub Role Didier Drogba may start on bench once more for Ivory Coast in World Cup match against Colombia...

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Montana Says Oil-Train Details Not Confidential

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Montana Says Oil-Train Details Not Confidential Montana says details on oil-train shipments not security sensitive, must be released to public...

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Verdasco Through to Quarterfinals at Topshelf Open

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Verdasco Through to Quarterfinals at Topshelf Open Verdasco reaches quarterfinals at Topshelf Open; Halep pulls out with sore shoulder...

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Argentina, US Hedge Funds in Court Over Bond Debt

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Argentina, US Hedge Funds in Court Over Bond Debt Attorneys for Argentina, US hedge funds are in New York court over order on defaulted bonds...

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Japan Lawmakers Begin Debate on Casino Resort Law

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Japan Lawmakers Begin Debate on Casino Resort Law Japan lawmakers begin debate on bill to allow casinos, in push to lure more foreign tourists...

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Detroit Teen Pleads Guilty in Motorist's Beating

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Detroit Teen Pleads Guilty in Motorist's Beating Detroit teen charged as juvenile in mob attack on motorist pleads guilty to assault...

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Hillary Book Sales Top 100,000 in First Week

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Hillary Book Sales Top 100,000 in First Week Hillary Clinton's "Hard Choices" sells over 100,000 copies in first week...

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