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Kentucky clerk sued for not issuing gay-marriage licenses

4 couples sue Kentucky clerk who won't issue gay-marriage licenses

What Can Birds Teach Us About Language?

Bird calls, with their different pitches and sounds, have a lot of similarities to the ways humans talk to one another and learn language.

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Mariah Carey Says She Never Takes Off Her Heels, Even When Swimming!

Mariah Carey is so glamorous all the time that she never takes off her heels! Not even while swimming.

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Why 'Seinfeld' Almost Didn't Happen

With Jerry Seinfeld's apartment being recreated by Hulu as it releases all nine seasons of the iconic show online, we were reminded how it almost never happened.

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APNewsBreak: New details on alleged Emile Hirsch assault

APNewsBreak: Alleged victim in assault by actor Emile Hirsch calls incident 'terrifying'

Tiger Woods shoots 4-under 66 at Greenbrier Classic

After dismal US Open, Tiger Woods shoots 4-under 66 in 1st round of Greenbrier Classic

Alexandra Morgan, SI Swimsuit 2016 Casting Call

Meet model Alexandra Morgan, casting to be in the SI Swimsuit 2016 issue

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John Smoltz the 1st HOFer to have Tommy John surgery

John Smoltz is 1st Hall of Famer to have undergone Tommy John surgery; likely not the last

Yellowstone loses radio frequencies used to track wildlife

Yellowstone loses license for radio frequencies used to track wolves, elk; research continues

A Drive Along America's Only Metric Highway

A remnant of the Jimmy Carter era, Interstate 19 in southern Arizona is the only metric highway in the United States.

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Woman in Mormon church photo voices support for gay marriage

Mormon in photo used by church to affirm beliefs after ruling says she supports gay marriage

Judge rejects ex-Goldman board member's bid for exoneration

Judge rejects ex-Goldman, P&G board member's request to reverse his insider-trading conviction

New president at women's college saved from brink of closure

New president takes charge at Sweet Briar College in Virginia, rescued from brink of closure

Man questioned in case of missing Phoenix-area couple

Authorities questioning man in case of a Phoenix-area couple missing since June 22

Shooting Footage Shows How Body Cameras Can Clear Police

When two Palestine, Texas police officers shot and killed a suspect, their body cameras gave a clear picture of exactly what happened.

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Michael Buble's Son Released from the Hospital Following Serious Burns

Michael Buble’s son Noah has been released from the hospital after he suffered serious burns last week.

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Driver Finds Strange Surprise In Engine Of Truck

Cat rescued from engine of pickup truck after 28-mile ride from Pennsylvania to New Jersey.

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'Cartel Land' shows good and bad of vigilantes in Mexico, US

'Cartel Land' portrays the good, the bad and the ugly of vigilante group in Mexico, US

AP Source: Wade chooses to stay with Heat

Person with knowledge of negotiations: Dwyane Wade decides to remain with the Miami Heat

Hailey Clauson's 50 Seconds and a Kiss

Hailey Clauson answers rapid fire questions, including at what age she gave her first kiss and what it was like to be body painted.

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Washington woman's measles death is first in US since 2003

Woman's death by measles in Washington state is first in the US since 2003

Report: Polar bears' fate tied to reversing global warming

Federal report: Polar bears unlikely to recover unless humans reverse global warming

Intel President Renee James to leave chipmaker

Intel President Renee James to leave chipmaker early next year, seeking CEO role elsewhere

Greece in limbo: Shuttered banks keep lifeline

Greece in limbo: Shuttered banks keep lifeline while Athens, lenders wait for referendum

Gimmicks and technology: California learns to save water

Gimmicks and technology: Wealthy Southern California enclave proves it can learn to save water

Sonia Manzano Leaves 'Sesame Street' and Leaves a Legacy

Sonia Manzano retired from "Sesame Street" after 45 years. Her legacy extends past her character, Maria.

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