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Obama says Malaysian plane shot down by missile from rebel held part of Ukraine

President Barack Obama said the U.S. has concluded that a surface-to-air missile launched from insurgent-held territory in eastern Ukraine brought down a Malaysia Airlines jetliner, as that country...

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US steps up deportation of Central American child migrants

Hoping to stem the child migrant criss, President Barack Obama will meet next Friday with President Otto Pérez Molina of Guatemala, President Juan Orlando Hernández of Honduras, and President Salva...

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U.S. Presses Russia to Ensure Access to Jet Crash Site

The U.S. urged Russia to give investigators full access to the crash site of a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet shot down last week as European leaders called for further intensification of sanctio...

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DOJ Declines To Investigate Alleged CIA Spying Of Senate Panel

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has decided not to pursue accusations that the CIA spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee and allegations that committee staff slipped classified documents ...

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Republicans to focus Obama lawsuit on health care

Speaker John A. Boehner had previously announced plans to sue the president over what he said was Obama’s failure to fulfill his constitutional duties, but Boehner did not specify what the challeng...

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The Lions 2014 Off Season The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly BLOG

 

In turn, things on MLive will be a little quieter than normal over the next couple weeks. I'll be in Europe, while Justin Rogers will be in and out as well, recollecting what's left of his sanity. ...

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Antonio Cromartie Darrelle Revis still NFL's best CBs

 

Appearing on Thursday's edition of NFL Total Access, Cromartie chose current teammate Patrick Peterson as the NFL's most talented cornerback and former teammate Darrelle Revis as the NFL's best all...

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2014 FIFA World Cup France routs Switzerland 5 2

 

They were out of the tournament two days later, failing to win a single game. A team in disgrace, even their fans refused to stand by them, and it would be months before anyone in France could look...

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LeBron James on blame 'Obviously I didn't do enough'

 

James isn't perfect, nor was he close to perfect during the Finals, but Miami's five-game annihilation isn't even close to his fault. This is a guy who's coming off a historical postseason performa...

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5 surprising facts about OJ Simpson's slow speed chase

 

Two years ago, a TMZ cameraman cornered Cowlings in a parking lot and followed him until he climbed into a white truck. (No, not a Bronco, which Ford phased out in 1996.) A year ago, former NFL tea...

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Violence erupts in Argentina after World Cup loss

Riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets late Sunday to restrain a group of vandals who disturbed a peaceful rally celebrating Argentina's gutsy performance in a 1-0 loss to Germany in the Wor...

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New Zealand marches for WWI centenary

The ceremony echoed the first celebration of Bastille Day after the end of what was then known as “The Great War,” in 1919. “The war’s wounded were at the forefront of the parade in their wheelchai...

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Church parade challenges pope by honouring mobster

Oppido Mamertino's bishop, Monsignor Francesco Milito, said he would take undescribed "measures" against those exploiting the church procession to pay homage to the 82-year-old local boss. The mobs...

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Egypt's president says he wishes Al Jazeera journalists were not tried

Former army chief Sisi, who won elections last May, a year after overthrowing Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, had said he would not interfere with Egypt's courts, which the government says are in...

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Eduard Shevardnadze, former president of Georgia, dies

The last Soviet president, Mikhail Gorbachev, expressed sorrow over the passing of a "friend", hailing him as an "extraordinary, talented person" who had done much to bring down the Berlin wall and...

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Entertainment
 

Casey Kasem's Body Missing, His Daughter Kerri Kasem Claims

The family battle continues. The body of the late Casey Kasem is reportedly missing, his daughter Kerri Kasem claims. The legendary radio host of American Top 40 died at the age of 82 last month. ...

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Did Antonio Banderas Cheat On Melanie Griffith with Bollywood Star Mallika Sherawat? [Details]

"We have thoughtfully and consensually decided to finalize our almost twenty years marriage in a loving and friendly manner honoring and respecting each other, our family and friends and the beauti...

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Robert Downey Jr. And Wife Expecting Their Second Child

Exciting news emerges via Twitter as Robert Downey Jr. officially announces that he and his wife Susan are expecting a baby girl in November. The tweet came across a touch vague, but was just enoug...

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Did Antonio Banderas Cheat On Melanie Griffith with Bollywood Star Mallika Sherawat? [Details]

"Antonio Banderas is a wonderful man, a great dancer and an acquaintance of mine," Sherawat said a statement to E! News. "I did not go on any vacation with him, and I'm sorry he's going through a d...

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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez timeline: We chart the cute couple's ups and downs

Since they first fell into each other's arms more than four years ago, they've endured a fake fan pregnancy, a fight with a photographer, a possible engagement, a few cheating allegations and a tri...

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Travel

Country with the most nude sunbathers

 

Twenty eight of Germans and Austrians polled reported spending a day at the beach without clothes. Last year, 17 percent of Germans surveyed said they had sunbathed nude on a public beach.   But t...

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Lucas selects Chicago for new museum

 

After lengthy consideration, Star Wars creator George Lucas has decided to build a museum housing his vast collection of art and movie memorabilia in Chicago, a city which beat out locations in bot...

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George Lucas selects Chicago as the new home for his museum

 

Prior to settling on Chicago, Lucas had been courting Los Angeles and San Francisco as possible locations for the museum. The latter city is where Lucasfilm's visual effects division resides, but c...

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This Fake Beach on a Barge in the Hudson River Is The Future

 

The project, called City Beach NYC, would be a huge river barge made to provide people with the same sun and surf lifestyle of a regular beach, according to Discovery News. Well, no surf, actually...

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George Lucas' Museum Is Going To Chicago

 

Prior to settling on Chicago, Lucas had been courting Los Angeles and San Francisco as possible locations for the museum. The latter city is where Lucasfilm's visual effects division resides, but c...

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Business

Hedge fund to give American Apparel a lifeline

 

American Apparel (APP), the struggling maker of clothes until recently led by controversial founder and former CEO Dov Charney, got a new thread of life after hedge fund Standard General said it wi...

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Google restores some links to news articles after outcry over removal under ‘right to be forgotten’ law

 

With a new parliament still assembling after recent European elections — and a new European Commission taking over this year — the legislation’s prospects are difficult to handicap. The one certain...

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Historic Victory for Former Walmart Associates in Jonquiere, Que.

 

The ruling upheld an initial decision made years ago by an arbitrator in the case. The arbitrator’s view was endorsed by Quebec’s Superior Court, but then overturned by the province’s court of appe...

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General Motors recalls another 474000 vehicles over safety issues

 

The news says that the in the recent models to be prepared between, 2014-2015 may have software safety glitches concerned with the transmission transfer and cases into neutral. According to General...

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T&Mobile Launches "Unradio" Music Streaming Service with Rhapsody

 

Rhapsody's chief financial officer, Ethan Rudin, said in an interview that the move should help it add paying subscribers to the 1.7 million it has now by bridging the gap between free Internet rad...

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Science

Earthquakes cause minor damage in central Oklahoma

 

The quakes were strong enough to knock merchandise off the shelves at an Ace Hardware store along with tiles from the ceiling. Store manager Tony Landrith said the falling paint, cleaner and other ...

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Tourism vector Mosquitos and travelers spread viral infection

 

Chikungunya typically sweeps across a population through mosquito bites and then dies back after most people have been infected. It cannot be passed person to person, and researchers believe that p...

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Monarch butterflies use magnetic compass to migrate

 

Scientists already knew they navigate by the sun. But the insects do just fine on very cloudy days, leading to suspicions they also use a magnetic compass, like migratory birds and sea turtles. Pre...

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IUCN Red List Gains Over 800 Threatened Species

 

Japan is responsible for roughly 70 percent of the eel consumed worldwide. Yoshimasa Hayashi, the agriculture minister in Tokyo, called for additional efforts to boost populations of eels in native...

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Hidden Treasure Items From Ancient Sumerian City Found in Cupboard

 

The staff of the archaeology and anthropology department at Britain’s University of Bristol recently began the tedious work of emptying a laboratory to prepare for the installation of a state-of-th...

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We need a cure for HIV but there's still a long way to go

 

"The unfortunate news of the virus rebounding in this child further emphasises the need to understand the early and refractory viral reservoir that is established very quickly following HIV infecti...

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Fighting Ebola and its myths

 

There has been some progress in Guinea. WHO says there has been a reduction in the number of new cases reported in Guinea. In fact, it has been a week since a new case has been reported in that cou...

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Will today's children die earlier than their parents?

 

It's often said that today's children will have shorter average life spans than their parents, because so many suffer from obesity. But there is another view that says they will live longer - at th...

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Alex Salmond says Yes vote will protect NHS from private sector money

 

Mr Salmond said: "Peter Kilfoyle is a Labour stalwart, and a much respected figure. This is a significant endorsement for the independence campaign - and it shows that a Yes vote is in line with tr...

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Former Tennessee Titan Talks About NFL Concussion Settlement

 

"Because signs and symptoms of concussion can be delayed, removing an athlete when there is any suspicion of injury would seem to be the safest approach," the journal editors wrote. "USA Rugby bel...

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