Muslim minister convicted of helping terrorists
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Muslim minister convicted of helping terrorists

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Ex-senator’s half hermit impersonated sovereign officer
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Ex-senator’s half hermit impersonated sovereign officer

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National landmarks threatened by meridian change
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National landmarks threatened by meridian change

The Statue of Liberty, one of New York’s premiere traveller attractions, is noticed from a Staten Island Ferry on Sept. 30, 2013.(Photo: Spencer Platt, Getty Images) Climate change…

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Woman tied to firefighter waylay condemned to prison
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Woman tied to firefighter waylay condemned to prison

Dawn Nguyen, who was convicted in Apr of fibbing on a firearms transaction form in 2010, was condemned to 16 months to 4 years in jail Monday, May…

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Thai army declares martial law, denies coup
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Thai army declares martial law, denies coup

Pro-government ‘Red shirts’ are seen during ongoing rallies on a hinterland of Bangkok on May 20.(Photo: Nicolas Asfouri, AFP/Getty Images) BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s comprehensive army announced martial…

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Many swimmers come adult brief in water-safety skills
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Many swimmers come adult brief in water-safety skills

Megan Balach watches an adult swimming student’s technique during a private doctrine during St. Cloud State University’s Halenbeck Hall pool in St. Cloud, Minn., in December.(Photo: Kimm Anderson,…

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Woman mauled by bear in Alaska, goes miles for help
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Woman mauled by bear in Alaska, goes miles for help

Mark Sledge, a comparison Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson charge law coercion officer, is shown during a news discussion during a bottom Monday, May 19, 2014, in Anchorage.(Photo: Mark Thiessen,…

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Construction trades organisation adds to Detroit grand bargain
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Construction trades organisation adds to Detroit grand bargain

In a print from Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, during a Detroit Institute of Arts in Detroit, The Thinker, a sculpture by Auguste Rodin is seen outward a art…

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Tuesday’s forecast: Soggy and snowy in a West
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Tuesday’s forecast: Soggy and snowy in a West

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Miss. male gets 25 years for promulgation Obama ricin
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Miss. male gets 25 years for promulgation Obama ricin

James Everett Dutschke being led by U.S. Marshalls into a Federal Building in Aberdeen, Miss., on May 13, 2014.(Photo: Thomas Wells, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal/AP) A Mississippi martial…

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