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Judge summons pregnant inmate on abortion desire

Federal judge summons pregnant Alabama inmate to court after she changed her mind on abortion

Google Glass Isn't Dead, It's Just Running with a New Crowd

Google Glass is back, it's updated and it's heading to work. Which apparently means regular consumers won't have access to the new device.

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Paula Deen Sparks Divorce Rumors After Giving Her House to Her Husband

Food Network star Paula Deen’s relationship is under the microscope as she just signed over her Georgia home to her husband. Is Paula headed for divorce?

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Texas Businessman Finds Cellphone That Fell From Plane

Texas man finds his cellphone in pasture after it fell about 9,300 feet from private plane.

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Jenrry Mejia a Dim Spotlight Among Bright Mets Season

Sports Illustrated's Boomer Esiason explains why the loss of Jenrry Mejia for 162 games after testing positive for performance enhancing substances a second time this season should not have a major impact on the Mets season.

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Experimental Ebola vaccine could stop virus in West Africa

Ebola vaccine seems effective, could stop current outbreak and prevent future disasters

More than just Cecil; big troubles for king of the jungle

How long can lions remain king? Habitat loss, hunting makes African lion population shrivel

Why Is Washington D.C. Sinking?

According to research from USGS, Washington D.C. will sink six inches in the next century due to a geological phenomenon called the "forebulge collapse."

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Google rejects French order on world 'right to be forgotten'

Google rejects French order on global 'right to be forgotten,' says EU law is not the world's

Unemployment, inflation stable in 19-nation eurozone

Unemployment, inflation rates stable in 19-nation eurozone as Greece crisis raged on

After week of searching, no sign of boys lost at sea

After week of searching, no sign of teenage boys lost at sea; Coast Guard crews press on

Escaped inmate suspected in killing near Pennsylvania jail

Police searching for escaped inmate, say he's suspected in killing near Pennsylvania jail

How Pro Athletes Fared When Returning From Cancer

NFL safety Eric Berry returned to the field Tuesday after battling cancer. He's another big name athlete who has returned to sports after treatment.

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Valerie Harper Fell Unconscious and Was Rushed to the Hospital

Valerie Harper fell unconscious backstage at her musical yesterday and was rushed to the hospital.

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Scientist: Oil Slick Likely From Natural Seafloor Seepage

Scientist: Oil slick drifting off California coast likely from natural seafloor seepage.

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This American Football Life: Chuck Noll Field

The MMQB Tour stops in Latrobe, PA and Peter King explains why watching the Pittsburgh Steelers practice on Chuck Noll Field is his favorite stop on the annual training camp tour.

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WHO works to reform itself after fumbling Ebola response

World Health Organization says it is working on reforming itself after fumbling Ebola response

Dig returns to artifact-rich Colonial American site in NY

Archaeological dig returns to Colonial battleground that produced trove of artifacts

Microsoft says 14 million computers now running Windows 10

Windows 10 hits 14 million computers in 2 days after its release as a free download

US wage growth falls to record-slow pace in 2nd quarter

US paychecks grow at record-slow pace in 2nd quarter as bonus and incentive pay drops off

Girl's body in crib leads police to review sister's death

Discovery of girl's body in crib leads Ohio police to re-examine sister's death 2 years ago

Man charged with shooting at Zimmerman faces jail again

Prosecutors ask Florida judge to revoke bail for man charged in George Zimmerman shooting

Are Test-Optional Colleges Helping Increase Diversity?

Colleges are trying to increase diversity as standardized tests remain a barrier to achieving that goal on college campuses.

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