• Pentagon Official: The Facts Are In, And Obama’s Policy Is A Direct Danger To The United States

    Joseph Miller is the pen name for a ranking Department of Defense official with a background in U.S. special operations and combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan. The report is in, and the review of the president’s foreign policy is clear: If there is not an immediate course-reversal, the…

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  • George suffers serious leg injury in US exhibition

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Indiana Pacers All-Star Paul George suffered a gruesome right leg injury late in the U.S. national team's intrasquad scrimmage Friday night.

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  • Dental Implants: What You Should Know

    Thinking of getting dental implants? There are critical things you should know before going under the knife for the perfect smile.

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  • Latin America comes out in force against Israel

    Latin America's leaders are among the most vehement in condemning Israel's Gaza offensive -- labelling the Jewish state "terrorist", recalling ambassadors, and offering near-unanimous, unwavering support to Palestinians. "I can't remember another similar situation where (all the countries in the…

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  • Australian couple 'leave disabled baby with Thai surrogate'

    Well-wishers on Friday had raised nearly $100,000 for a baby reportedly left with his surrogate Thai mother after his Australian parents discovered he had Down's Syndrome and returned home with his healthy twin sister. "Surrogacy can be done in Thailand but it has to comply with the laws... A…

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    Suspect dead after woman alerts police to home invasion in Northeast Philadelphia

    Police say a woman inside a Northeast Philadelphia home was able to signal to an officer at the door that something was terribly wrong. The officer went inside and confronted two burglars.

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  • California killer given additional death sentences

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chester D. Turner is no stranger to murder or the punishment that comes with it. He squeezed the life out of more than a dozen women during a decade of terror, and two juries decided he should die for his crimes.

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  • House moves toward vote on border bill

    WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans revived their bill on the U.S.-Mexico border crisis in dramatic fashion Friday, preparing to pass it after winning over conservatives with tough new provisions that could threaten deportation for hundreds of thousands of immigrants already working in this country…

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  • Ebola patient coming to U.S. as aid workers' health worsens

    By Julie Steenhuysen and Colleen Jenkins CHICAGO/WINSTON-SALEM N.C. (Reuters) - A U.S. aid worker who was infected with the deadly Ebola virus while working in West Africa will be flown to the United States to be treated in a high-security ward at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, hospital…

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  • Tycoon Worth $62.9 Billion Shares Money Secret

    This billionaire investing wizard has a dead-simple system for making money you can start using today.

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  • 'Massacre' of Uncontacted Tribe in Peru Revealed in New Reports

    An indigenous tribe living near the Brazil-Peru border may be facing violent attacks from illegal loggers and drug traffickers who are exploiting the densely forested region, according to an advocacy group.  After years of living in isolation from the outside world, several young members of this…

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  • Dogs that killed Michigan man will be euthanized

    LAPEER, Mich. (AP) — A couple charged with second-degree murder after their two dogs fatally mauled a Michigan jogger agreed Friday to give up ownership of the animals and have them euthanized.

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  • After 91 years, President Warren Harding’s sudden death recalled

    On the evening of August 2, 1923, President Warren Harding died in a San Francisco hotel room. Beyond that, the details of the president’s death remained murky for decades amidst rumors of scandal or even worse.

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  • Pistorius sells home for less than hoped to pay for murder trial

    South African Paralympian Oscar Pistorius has sold his Pretoria home where he killed his girlfriend last year for less than he hoped, to help pay legal fees for his ongoing murder trial, the real estate agent said on Friday. The athlete had hoped to raise at least five million rand ($470,000,…

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  • Israel pushes deeper in Gaza after soldier seized

    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Backed by tank fire and airstrikes, Israeli forces pushed deep into southern Gaza on Friday, searching for an Israeli army officer believed to be captured by Hamas fighters during deadly clashes that shattered an internationally brokered cease-fire.

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  • Suspected Killer Of USC Student Has Been In U.S. Illegally For Seven Years

    A 19-year-old who was part of a group suspected of fatally beating a USC graduate student with a baseball bat told authorities that he has been in the U.S. illegally for seven years. The suspect, Jonathan Del Carmen, told authorities of his illegal status in an interview at the Los Angeles County…

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  • Often Overlooked Method to Pay Off Mortgage

    If you own a home and pay for a mortgage, you could reduce your payments by as much as $3,000 a year. Here is how it works.

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    Man arrested for allegedly shooting step-grandchildren in Rossmoor

    A 72-year-old man was arrested for attempted murder after allegedly shooting two of his step-grandchildren at a Rossmoor home.

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  • Putin says world should draw lessons from WWI

    President Vladimir Putin on Friday slammed political ambitions that he said threatened peace in Europe as he paid tribute to Russian soldiers who died during World War I. In a deeply symbolic speech mixing the past with the present, the Russian leader said the 1914-1918 war should be seen as a…

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  • Girl, 12, not competent for trial in stabbing

    WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — One of two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls charged as an adult with stabbing a classmate to please a fictional online horror character is mentally incompetent and can't stand trial, a judge said Friday.

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  • AP Analysis: Putin cornered over Ukraine

    MOSCOW (AP) — For Russian President Vladimir Putin, there are few options left in the Ukraine crisis and they all look bad.

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  • Girl Ambushed By 7 Cops For Carrying Water Wins $212k From Va. Taxpayers

    The state of Virginia will spend $212,500 in taxpayer funds to settle a $40 million lawsuit filed by Elizabeth Daly, the University of Virginia student who spent a night and much of the next day in jail after seven cunningly plain-clothed agents from the Alcoholic Beverage Control division ambushed…

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  • Town changed, even with girls' killer behind bars

    WELEETKA, Okla. (AP) — Folks once settled in this sleepy central Oklahoma town to get away from the crime and hubbub of big-city life. Many residents didn't bolt their doors or draw their shades at night. Most here never worried about people like Kevin Sweat.

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  • New Prostate Aid Takes CVS by Storm

    Are you sick and tired of frequent bathrooms trips that wake you up at night and dominate your day? There's a new product that helps.

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