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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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Court rules in favor of for profit corporations, but how broadly? In Plain English

That's because weekenders Mark Phariss and Vic Holmes, who bought an A-frame house overlooking scenic Cedar Creek Lake four years ago, have become minor celebrities as the men challenging Texas' ba...

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Court rules in favor of for profit corporations, but how broadly? In Plain English

It was déjà vu all over again.  On the last day before its summer recess, we expected the Court to rule on a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, the president’s signature legislative achievement....

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Many still struggle to pay health premiums under Obamacare, poll reveals

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. “Peop...

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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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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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Merkel's mad German leader indignant over 'serious' US spying allegations

White House spokesman Josh Earnest responded to that comment today, telling reporters, “that’s obviously a big ‘if.’” He refused to comment on reports of the man’s arrest because of the German law ...

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Over 60 Nigerian females escape abductors Sources

Clashes took place between the Islamists and the army late Friday after an attack by the insurgents in the town of Damboa, where 53 of them and six soldiers were killed, the army had said. Accordi...

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Entertainment
 

Scout Willis takes topless New York City stroll to protest Instagram

“So I walked around New York topless and documented it on Twitter, pointing out that what is legal by New York state law is not allowed on Instagram,” she wrote on the site. "My comfort with my bo...

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Brad Pitt: I cracked 'nutter' twice in the head for trying to bury his face in my crotch

The actor joined his fiancee Angelina Jolie and five of their six kids for the Hollywood screening of her latest film Maleficent last week (28May14), when Sediuk scrambled over a security barrier a...

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Justin Bieber apologizes for singing N word, Ku Klux Klan joke

After the London Sun revealed it had another video, shot around the same time as the first, that showed the popster, 20, changing the words to his Usher-penned 2009 hit "One Less Lonely Girl" to "O...

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Bollywood star Mallika Sherawat: I didn't cause Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith split

"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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George Clooney Engaged to Fiancée Amal Alamuddin: Actor and International Lawyer to Tie Knot in Italy With Best Man Brad Pitt : Entertainment :

Clooney has spectacular digs on Italy’s Lake Como a few hours away, but the Venetian venue makes sense on many levels.  Not to state the obvious, but the city of Venice is nauseatingly romantic, an...

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Travel

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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Universal's new Harry Potter-Diagon Alley park: Butterbeer ice cream, 3-D thrill ride, 7 shops

 

The ride ran into a technical snag and broke down late Wednesday during a red carpet debut, and was still not running on Thursday. Even so, the actors who attended the preview gasped and grinned as...

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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

Parents Blast Climate Denial In Schools 'You Have To Teach Real Science'

 

“Parents took very seriously the findings of a lack of sufficient content for important high school classes–notably chemistry and physics–and very poor connections between science instruction and t...

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Suit Logging threatens wolf's den, pups

 

But the timber industry, which supports the timber sale, said OR-7 and his family would be better served if the project goes ahead because it would reduce the risk of wildfire and increase the amou...

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Space rocket launch aborted

 

Friday's incident is the second mishap with the Proton-M rocket, which previously burst into flames and crashed after launch. In October, Russia replaced the Roskosmos chief Vladimir Popovkin, who ...

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Study 20000 Elephants Poached in Africa in 2013

 

In this photo taken Tuesday June 10, 2014 and supplied by International Fund For Animal Welfare (IFAW), an orphaned elephant calf, left, one of two, is introduced to an adult at the Game Rangers In...

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Ancient Sumerian Relics Found in English Cupboard

 

Bristol University in Britain learned this firsthand when researchers discovered a box containing materials from archaeologist Sir Leonard Woolley's dig of the Sumerian city of Ur tucked away on to...

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Why African people want facial scars

 

Body marking has been used for centuries in parts of Africa to indicate a person's tribal heritage. It's becoming less common but some people still want to carry the marks of their ancestors. This ...

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Cut sugar to just 5 teaspoons each day: Tough new guidelines... but no help to meet them

 

Experts at University College London say consumption of added sugar in treats like sweets, cakes, chocolate and fizzy drinks should be cut to around four teaspoons a day. Picture: Uew Hermann, flic...

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How aspirin could halve risk of dying from breast cancer

 

In a new finding, researchers at the King's College London have successfully identified a gene in platelets that increases the risk of stroke and heart attack in people. The researchers hope that t...

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New blood test is an early warning system for Alzheimer's disease

 

Alzheimer’s being the most common form of dementia, Dr Eric Hill, of the School of Life and Health Sciences at Aston University, said more research was needed to understand the complex mechanisms b...

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African ministers agree on Ebola plan cases swell to 779

 

Jeremy Farrar, a professor of tropical medicine and director of The Wellcome Trust charity, caused controversy as the talks opened as he was widely quoted in global media calling on health authorit...

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