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Some Alaska Natives allowed visa-free travel to Russian area

Some Alaska Natives historically linked to Russian region allowed to travel there without visa

We're Getting Closer to Stopping Ebola

Trials of a new Ebola vaccine have been successful in preventing the disease.

Prince William Fights Against African Poachers in Wake of Cecil the Lion

As many celebrities and people around the world mourn the death Cecil the Lion, Prince William is continuing the fight against poachers in Africa.

This Newborn Tiger Cub's First Steps Will Melt Your Heart

An Australian wildlife foundation has welcomed an adorable new addition, a tiny tiger cub.

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Nashville studio once set to be razed named historic place

Nashville music studio once set to razed in favor of luxury condos added to historic registry

Players' union, league seek quick resolution to Brady case

Players' union, NFL ask court for decision by Sept. 4 in Brady lawsuit over 4-game suspension

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.

Clinton releases tax, health records on busy Friday

Clinton releases tax, health records on busy Friday _ physically 'fit to serve as president'

Regulators close case questioning California reactor repairs

Regulators drop case that challenged installation of faulty equipment at San Onofre reactors

Cops: Man Buys Car After Taking $150,000 Left By ATM Workers

Cops: New Jersey man who made off with $150,000 forgotten by ATM workers bought car with money.

Yahoo tries to get more fashionable with Polyvore purchase

Yahoo buying style-tip specialist Polyvore in latest attempt to woo digital advertisers

Higher wages a surprising success for Seattle restaurant

Seattle restaurant succeeds with jump to $15 an hour, but broader effects of pay law uncertain

Doctor who was father of in vitro fertilization in US dies

Dr. Howard Jones, father of in vitro fertilization in US, dies at age 104

City Threw Away Uncashed Checks Totaling More Than $90,000

An auditor was unable to figure out how 15 uncashed checks made out to the City of Phoenix ended up in a dumpster.

Jada Pinkett Smith Fights Off Divorce Rumors; Doesn't Mind the Scrutiny

Jada Pinkett Smith is once again slamming the divorce rumors and saying she really doesn’t mind getting hit with so much speculation.

Dig Returns To Artifact-Rich Colonial American Site In NY

Archaeological dig returns to Colonial battleground that produced trove of artifacts.

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Lynn Anderson, singer of 'Rose Garden,' dies in Nashville

Grammy winner Lynn Anderson, singer of 'Rose Garden,' dies in Nashville at age 67

Woods in contention at Quicken Loans after a 5-under 66

Eyeing 1st win in nearly 2 years, Woods is in contention at Quicken Loans National after a 66

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.

Lawsuit: Anti-abortion group secretly recorded providers

Lawsuit: Anti-abortion group got access to abortion providers' meetings, recorded members

Amid California drought, fears rise of trees dying, falling

As California cuts water use, concerns rise over urban trees dying and possibly collapsing

Facebook's Zuckerberg and wife are expecting a daughter

Zuckerberg shares a status update on Facebook: He and wife are expecting a baby

Verizon strike possible as contract deadline looms

Verizon workers ready for possible strike in dispute over new contract

Judge approves place for Mel Reynolds to stay while on bond

Judge approves place for former US Rep. Mel Reynolds to stay while out on bond

Survivor recalls horrific shooting, unaware parents are dead

Survivor recalls horrific Montana shooting to relatives, unaware parents were killed by gunman

Clinton to Call for End to Cuba Embargo in Miami Speech

Hillary Clinton is expected to call for a reversal of isolationist policies in a Friday speech in Florida.