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Five former cheerleaders sue Buffalo Bills
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"You're dead," Minn. homeowner told teen burglar
An audio recording of the moments when two teenagers were fatally shot by Byron Smith was played for jurors at his murder trial
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N.C. prosecutor was real target of elaborate kidnap plot
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Obama tours Washington state mudslide wreckage
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U.S. confirms American journalist detained in Ukraine
An international organization is calling for the release of Vice News reporter Simon Ostrovsky; out of safety concerns, Washington isn't confirming the missing journalist is Ostrovsky
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Belgian waffle was hit of New York World's Fair
Fifty years ago Tuesday, the 1964-1965 World's Fair opened in New York, featuring Bell System's Picturephone, Michelangelo's "Pieta" and an undersea world at GM's "Futurama," But the surprise hit of the fair was a sweet treat from Belgium
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Woman says young man was killed protecting her
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Gabriel Garcia Marquez left unpublished manuscript
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Albuquerque police fatally shoot 19-year-old woman
Police say auto theft suspect, reportedly the daughter of a retired judge, pointed a gun at cops before officer opened fire
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Texas A&M jumped out to a 6-0 lead and held off a ninth-inning rally to post a key road victory, 6-5, in Houston on Tuesday.
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