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More Carnage: Strikes Hit Refugee Camp and Near Gaza Hospital
Israeli strikes hit within yards of Gaza's main hospital as well as at a refugee camp on Monday, leaving at least 30 dead and wounded.
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Two Americans Battle for Their Lives Against Ebola
Two Americans who got infected with Ebola virus as they were trying to save others with the disease are struggling for their lives in Liberia.
Tumultuous Day Ahead: Severe Storms to Batter Millions
The severe weather slammed a vast area from New Hampshire to North Carolina and from Michigan to northern Louisiana on Sunday.
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U.N. Chief to Israel and Hamas: 'Stop the Fighting'
Tornado Topples Trees, Damages Buildings Near Boston
Two in Custody in Deadly Philadelphia Carjacking
Teenage Girl Kills, Dismembers Classmate: Japan Cops
12-Year-Old Crashes Into House During Driving Lesson
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Volts and Victims: Lightning Strikes by the Numbers
The phenomenon known as lightning is mysterious, and people often have misconceptions about the damage it can cause and what how to avoid injury.
Ruby Alert: Stores Selling Gems 'Filled With Glass'
A hidden-camera investigation found that some of the “rubies” on display at major retailers may actually be filled with cheap glass.
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Palin Takes on 'Mainstream Media' With Own Channel
The former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate says she oversees all content posted to the channel.
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This Is 1.5 Million Gallons of Gas Going Up in Smoke
Since Moammar Gadhafi's demise, Libya has struggled to keep its transition to democracy on track. Two weeks of clashes have killed nearly 160 people.
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What Is a DDoS Attack?
DDoS stands for distributed denial-of-service and it's a way that Internet attackers bring down a website.
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Discount Stores Merge Under One Family Tree
Dollar Tree said it will buy rival discount store Family Dollar in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $8.5 billion.
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Deadly Beach Lightning Strike Triggered 'Scene Out of Jaws'
Beachgoers saw a bright flash and heard a loud explosion during a fatal lightning strike in Venice, California, on Sunday afternoon.
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Iraq's Under-Fire Christians Offered Refuge by France
Hundreds of Christian families have fled Mosul, a city which has hosted the faith since its earliest years.
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Missile Attack on Doomed Jet May Be War Crime: U.N.
A full-fledged investigation into Flight MH17 still has not begun at the crash site, which has been forensically compromised.
Whoopi Goldberg Unsure About 'New' 'View' Lineup
The "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" star says she has no inside scoop as to who will join her when the ABC show returns in September.
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Where's the Beef? Chinese McDonald's Yanks Burgers
A meat scandal at a supplier has wiped favorite items from McDonald’s menus across China, leaving branches selling only drinks, fries and desserts.
President Obama Condemns 'Barbaric' Tradition
U.N. Urges Truce in Deadly Gaza Fighting
IDF Video Purports to Show Detonation of Militant Tunnel
Sen. Ted Cruz: 'We Don't Debate Anything Nowadays'
Intense Fighting Causes Evacuation of U.S. Embassy in Libya
Schumer 'Dubious' of U.S. Ability to Influence Libya
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'The Situation' Faces Tanning Salon Assault Charges
Michael Sorrentino, better known as the "Situation" is scheduled to appear in municipal court Monday afternoon to face simple assault charges.
HBO Show Stirs 'Brownface' Race Controversy
The upcoming mockumentary features a white actor in "brownface," sparking controversy among Tongans asking HBO to pull the show.
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Show Gives Plastic-Surgery Addicts a Do-Over
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'Back to My Face' gives addicts an opportunity to go under the knife one last time to restore their natural beauty.
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Soccer Club's #AskJesus Hashtag Wholly Confusing
Manchester City decided to host a seemingly innocuous Twitter chat with Spanish winger Jesus Navas. Hilarity ensued.
Elderly German Woman Embarks on World Tour in Vintage Car
A 77-year-old German woman embarks on a world tour in her US made 1930s Hudson vintage car.
Amazon's 3-D Printing Store is Open for Business
The 3-D printing boom continues as Amazon starts selling custom products online.
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Russia Ordered to Pay $50B Over Yukos
Ruling is big hit for a country that is teetering at the edge of recession.
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99 Days to Go: How Much Have Midterms Changed?
The GOP heads into the home stretch with a leg up.
Pow! Fresh footage unveiled for 'Batkid Begins'
Comic-Con fans got a glimpse at a documentary based on the extraordinary day a young boy with cancer had when he asked to be Batman.
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Gazans Mark Eid With Somber Tributes to Dead
Palestinians ventured into the streets Monday, the first day of the Eid al-Fitr festival, and paid respects at the graves of their relatives.
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Revealed: The Human Cost of Ukraine's Bloody War
A United Nations report reveals that more than 1,100 people have been killed during the conflict with 100,000 others forced to leave their homes.
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Tour de France Riders Zoom Past Paris Icons
Vincenzo Nibali won the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the first Italian in 16 years to triumph in cycling's greatest race.
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China Agents Pay Mystery Visits to Microsoft
Chinese government officials made sudden visits to Microsoft offices in China, but the company declined to give any reason for the inspections.
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Shut Out: Low-Income Student Athletes Get Sidelined
The cost of participating in travel teams, academy teams and even school teams is rising and the sports themselves may pay the price.
Syria's Suffering Families
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New Baby Brings Hope to One Syrian Family
A Syrian refugee family welcomes a new baby, bringing hope for a better future.
'Captain Happy': Pilot Snaps at Air Traffic Controller
Newly released audiotapes reveal a heated exchange between a Delta airlines pilot and an air traffic controller on Friday at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.
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Facebook Post Triggers Deadly 'Mob Violence'
"They took the law into their own hands," a Pakistani police chief told NBC News. "What followed was unabated mob violence."
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How Companies Tap Talents of Disabled Workers
A long-overlooked player in the American workplace is finally getting some extra attention: The disabled worker.
Hitchhiking Robot Makes Epic Trip Across Canada
Can a robot travel nearly 4,000 miles relying solely on the kindness of human strangers?
Why One Dad Wants to Ban Play Dates
The play date has become as much a part of childhood as homework and sleepovers, but one dad says the ritual is ruining kids.
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Zillow to Buy Trulia for $3.5 Billion in Stock
Two of the largest real estate websites are shacking up.
Family of 5 Found Dead in Maine: Police
The neighborhood in which the bodies were found lies along the Saco River.
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Jersey Welcomes Ballooning Festival
People walk around inside a partially inflated hot air balloon.
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