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Seahawks Fans Rally Ahead of Sunday's Game
Hundreds of Seahawks fans gathered in downtown Seattle to rally before Sunday's NFC championship game against the San Francisco 49ers. The longtime rivalry between the two teams makes this game even more important. (Jan. 17)
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Do New Apple iPhones Live Up to the Hype?
USA Today's Tech columnist Edward Baig takes a look at the iPhone 6.
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AP Top Stories September 19 A
Here's the latest news for Friday, September 19: Scottish voters turn down independence, a Florida man kills six before turning the gun on himself, another scandal for the NFL and flooding swamps the Philippines. (Sept. 19)
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Scotland says 'No'
Scotland spurns independence in a historic referendum that threatened to break the United Kingdom apart, sow turmoil in financial markets and diminish Britain's remaining global standing. Ciara Lee reports.
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Scots spurn independence in historic vote but demand new powers
Scotland chooses to stay in the United Kingdom, with opponents on independence winning 55 percent of the vote while separatists got 45 percent with all 3.6 million votes - a record 85 percent turnout - counted. Sarah Toms reports.
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Pharrell, Stefani Talk 'Voice' Competition
The judges on 'The Voice' - Pharrell, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine talk about teasing each other and competing for contestants for this year's show. (Sept. 19)
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Arne Duncan Responds to Gov. Jindal’s Lawsuit Against the Obama Administration
Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga talks with United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan about the lawsuit Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal filed last month accusing the Obama administration of forcing states to adopt the Common Core education standards. The full interview will be posted to news.yahoo.com later today.
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Raw: Volcano Erupts in Indonesia
A volcano is erupting on the island of Java, in Indonesia. Authorities there are preparing to evacuate thousands of people. (Sept. 19)
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iPhone black market surges in Hong Kong
As Apple awaits approval to sell the iPhone 6 in China, it’s already being snapped up by mainland fans. Tara Joseph reports from Hong Kong, where iPhone re-sellers are turning a tidy profit.
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Raw: Major Flooding Swamps Philippines Capital
Schools and government offices were shut down in the Manila Friday as major flooding buried city streets under feet of water, although many residents could be seen walking, and even swimming outside. (Sept. 19)