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Call Her Chelsea: Judge Approves Name Change for Manning
Kansas judge granted a request to formally change the name of the soldier convicted of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks.
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Divers Banned From Search: Korea 'Not Doing Enough'
Volunteer divers were allowed into the water around the ferry during the first days of rescue operations but they haven’t been allowed back in days.
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Guns in Bars? 7 'Extreme' Rules in New Georgia Law
Point by point, the new rules that permit guns in churches, schools, bars and government buildings.
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Gigantic 'Sheet Cake' Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctica
Scientists are monitoring an iceberg roughly six times the size of Manhattan that broke off from an Antarctic glacier and is heading into the open ocean.
Rallies to Research: Thirty Years of the AIDS Fight
April 23 marks the 30th anniversary of the announcement that the cause of AIDS had been discovered.
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Ex-NFL Cheerleaders: We Had to Take 'Jiggle Test'
The lawsuit is the third filed this year against a National Football League team by cheerleaders.
American Held in Cuba: I'll Be Home 'Dead or Alive'
The USAID subcontractor's lawyer tells Andrea Mitchell that he can't endure another year in lockup and begs President Obama to get involved.
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Jet Search Expert: 'You Don't Give Up After a Week'
Australian aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas outlines the next phase in the search for missing Malaysian flight MH370.
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Russia Warns Ukraine Could Be Repeat of Georgia War
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Moscow would have no option but to react if its citizens were attacked in Ukraine.
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Did Loophole Allow Alleged Gas Attack in Syria?
Chlorine has been weaponized for use by insurgents in Iraq and also during World War I, but countries are not obliged to report its production or trade
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How Deep Is Your Sub? Titanic Twist in Jet Hunt
Australia's defense minister says more powerful sonar equipment would probably be deployed, similar to the subs that found RMS Titanic in 1985.
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Holder Swipes Supreme Court on Affirmative Action
Attorney general says some "may believe that this country's long struggle to overcome disparity and discrimination has ended."
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Duchess Camilla's Brother Dies From Head Injury
“The Duchess, the Prince of Wales and all her family members are utterly devastated by this sudden and tragic loss,” Clarence House said.
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Man Attempts Two Robberies Wielding Potato
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Supreme Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban
Royal Couple Tours 'Absolutely Stunning' Uluru
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Big-Time Dig: 20 New Dinosaur Species Found in Utah
Scientists and students working at a Utah fossil field are hard at work discovering and revealing new dinosaur species. KSL's John Hollenhorst reports.
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Broken Fingers Show Grim Clues of Fight to Survive
“This is the most grueling and heartbreaking job of my career," one of the divers working on the Sewol says.
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Will This Doom Peace Talks? Palestinians Pen Pact
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Hamas and the Palestine Liberation Organisation held a fence-mending session in the Gaza Strip, their first since 2007.
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Here Comes the Bill: Cost of Going to Weddings Jumps
The cost of going to a wedding has risen 75 percent in the past two years, an American Express study finds.
Alleged Kidnapper May Have Created Mobile Dungeon
A man fatally shot by an Oregon officer last month had allegedly been stalking young women in a van that had ropes and chains installed. KGW's Kyle Iboshi reports.
Lessons From NYPD's Embarrassing Twitter Fail
The open nature of social media makes it impossible to control the conversation.
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Dishing Up Disease: Should Food Workers Get Vaccines?
A spate of restaurant warnings about hepatitis A spread by food handlers is renewing the question: Should they be vaccinated?
U.S. Teacher May Have Molested Scores Overseas
The FBI is trying to identify victims, who were drugged with sleeping pills and then abused.
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Can This Woman Solve the GOP's Big Problem?
Christine Toretti is on a mission to show the women of America there is a place for them in the Republican party.
Mall Adds 'Fast Lane' After Young Girl Complains
Thanks to the suggestion of a 10-year-old girl who wrote in a school-assignment letter that she’s tired of being stuck behind slow walkers.
Rock Climber Fractures Spine After 30-Foot Fall
Video shows rescuers efforts to retrieve the man after he fell from a granite wall in Yosemite National Park. KCRA’s Mallory Hoff Reports.
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Rio Mourns Popular Dancer Found Dead in Slum
Friends and neighbors of the late Douglas Rafael da Silva Pereira prayed near the spot where Pereira's body was found in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday.
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Internet Danger: As Speeds Rise, So Do Hack Attacks
As the Internet grows, so does the number of cyberattacks.
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Filipino Protesters Declare Obama 'Not Welcome'
Left-wing activists rally at U.S. Embassy in Manila ahead of president's visit.
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Sherpa Boycott a Blow to Nepalese Tourism
Nepal, which relies on tourism at the world's highest mountains, will struggle to keep an economic foothold if Sherpas boycott the climbing season.
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A New Joe Paterno Statue at Penn State?!
In the fallout of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, Penn State removed the statue of Joe Paterno outside of Beaver Stadium. But a new one is reportedly set to be constructed and unveiled in November 2015.
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Visionary: Michigan Man Gets 'Bionic Eye'
Roger Pontz was almost completely blind before receiving a high-tech procedure that involved the surgical implantation of a "bionic eye."
You've Saved for Retirement. How Do You Spend It?
It’s been hard enough teaching people how to save for their retirement. It could be more difficult to teach them how to spend that retirement savings.
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Fly in Style: Four Seasons Hotel Offers Private Jet
Four Seasons has a new weapon in the luxury travel wars: its own Boeing 757.
Clue or Trash? Metal Washes Onto Australia Shore
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau is examining photographs of "material" washed ashore.
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Raw Power: Obama Dines at Famous Sushi Restaurant
Obama has already hit up one of the most critically acclaimed sushi restaurants on the planet.
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Russia Vows Response If 'Interests' Attacked in Ukraine
The remarks were the latest sign that a peace deal, reached last week after four-way talks in Geneva, would crumble.
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Memorial Honors Victims of Korea Ferry Disaster
Danwon High School's junior class was aboard the ferry to the southern tourist island of Jeju. About 250 of the students are dead or missing.
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