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Historic summit of African leaders kicks off in Washington

Kerry added that Africa could be "the marketplace of the future" and was currently facing an "amazing opportunity." The International Monetary Fund predicts the continent will see growth of 5.8 per...

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Judges reveal opposing opinions in gay marriage cases

All the while, plaintiffs and their families filled row after row of a huge, ornate courtroom, arms around one another, occasionally shushing babies and listening for their names to be mentioned. ...

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ObamaCare getaway 5 US territories released from health care law

The estimates from the Society of Actuaries could turn into a political headache for the Obama administration at a time when much of the country remains skeptical of the Affordable Care Act. The f...

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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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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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Ebola outbreak confirmed by DR Congo

Eight samples were taken from Djera, located in the Boende region of Congo's northwest Equateur province, and two of them came back positive, Felix Kabange Numbi said on state television Sunday. H...

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Japan ready to offer trial Ebola drug

It has been reported that Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp and U.S. partner MediVector are in talks with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to submit an application to expand the use of favi...

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Two Inmates Beheaded During Brazil Prison Riot

Elson Faxina, a spokesman for the Parana state attorney's office, said an agreement was signed to end the uprising at the Cascavel city correctional facility and that prisoners were currently being...

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Magnitude 6.9 Earthquake Hits Peru

The quake, which struck in the southern region of Ayacucho, was felt in coastal areas, but local authorities ruled out the possibility of tsunami alerts as the epicenter was far inland. Meldung vo...

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Henry Siegman, Leading Voice of US Jewry, on Gaza "A Slaughter of Innocents"

The objects of the latest strikes contain apartments inhabited almost exclusively by middle-class Gazans, who up until now have been largely spared the considerable dislocation that has affected te...

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Entertainment
 

Antonio Banderas’ Divorce With Melanie: Melanie Seeks Custody and Spousal Support

Antonio Banderas' divorce to Melanie Griffith has been the talk of the town recently. The couple filed for divorce on June 2014. According to the couple, they have decided to finalize and end their...

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Jennifer Aniston Dumped Justin Theroux on Their Wedding Day, Says Report

Selon le wedding planner qui s'est occupé du mariage de Brad Pitt et de Jennifer Aniston il y a 14 ans, l'actrice américaine va se marier à la plage avec Justin Theroux. However, the report doesn'...

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Christy Carlson Romano voices support for Shia LaBeouf

The former Disney star, who traded in his usual scruffy appearance for a sharp brown suit, remained silent throughout the proceedings. He left the court room with his lawyer, G. Robert Gage, and de...

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David Arquette admits he has been drinking again despite his life being 'wonderful'

Seeing David Arquette sober may be a thing of the past. The actor, who has struggled with addiction issues in the past, has admitted that he’s still drinking four months after the birth of his son....

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Eva Mendes Not Hiding Pregnancy, Doctors Ordered Strict Bed Rest

It was a month ago when it was first reported that Eva Mendes is pregnant with Ryan Gosling's baby. Mendes was about seven months pregnant in July, according to reports. This could this mean that t...

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Travel

Legroom wars spark heated debate over the right to recline airline seat

 

This comes just days after a United Airlines flight was diverted to Chicago after a female passenger threw water at a man seated behind her who used a device known as Knee Defender to stop her from...

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Perfect day trips to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket

 

Yes, the kids. At the nonprofit Farm Institute on Martha's Vineyard off the coast of Massachusetts, the local and vacationing kids who attend summer day camp here tend the expansive vegetable garde...

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Ebola worry curtails student travel plans

 

The outbreak of Ebola in Western Africa has struck fear into visitors to the region. The disease has a fatality rate of up to 90 percent, so travelers need to understand just how the virus spreads....

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A beach in France has banned selfies

 

“The Garoupe beaches are among the most glamorous and pristine beaches in all of France and we want people to be able to enjoy our exclusive beach in the moment, not spending the majority of their ...

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New York Hotel Allegedly Charges $500 Per Bad Yelp Review

 

According to PIX 11, the website for Union Street Guest House stated, “If you have booked the Inn for a wedding or other type of event anywhere in the region and given us a deposit of any kind for ...

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Business

Done deal Ballmer gets the LA Clippers

 

The $2 billion price tag for the franchise was the highest paid for an NBA team. The team, which began in 1970 as the Buffalo Braves, has never won a NBA championship and last year finished with a ...

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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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Science

North Dakota pumps 1 million barrels of oil a day

 

North Dakota's oil fields now represent more than 12 percent of all U.S. oil production, and more than 1 percent of global production — a situation unfathomable just a decade ago, when technology h...

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See through mice show what goes on inside

 

Scientists have been able to make tissues transparent to some degree for a century, and in recent years several new methods have been developed. Last year, for example, a technique that produced se...

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Water levels at Nevada's Lake Mead drop to new low

 

Marina operators, water managers and farmers who for decades have chased every drop of water across the booming Southwest and part of Mexico are closely tracking the reservoir water level already a...

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Dig this: Ancient bones found in Wyoming cave

 

The only way in or out of Natural Trap Cave is a 15-foot-wide hole in the ground that's almost impossible to see until you're next to it. Over tens of thousands of years, several thousand insuffici...

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Humans Are to Blame for Earth's Rapidly Melting Glaciers

 

Scientists fault global warming from the burning of coal, oil and gas as well as changes in land use near glaciers and soot pollution. Glaciers in Alaska and the Alps in general have more human-cau...

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Depression Are Comedy and Creativity Risk Factors?

 

It takes a certain type of person to stand up and make a fool of themselves in public. But there is a difference between being a bit zany and suffering mental health problems. In interviews, Willi...

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Ebola: Mapping the outbreak

 

Official estimates place the number of known, suspected and probable cases of Ebola at nearly 2,500, just over half of which have been fatal. However, in a detailed assessment of the true extent of...

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The 30 year old health sector billionaire

 

Meanwhile, on a corner of the Stanford University campus where Facebook once had its office, Elizabeth Holmes is working away at a health monitoring project that has already taken up 11 years of he...

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How safe is eating meat?

 

One of the best ways to try to assess the impact of particular foods on our health is by doing cohort studies. You take a large group of people with varied diets, find out what they eat, then follo...

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SURVIVAL DOCTOR Answers to the most frequently asked ebola questions

 

The center is being slowly rebuilt but it lacks basic equipment and facilities. Medical workers have to wash their protective gear for reuse and have little more than a squirt of bleach to rely on....

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