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Judge says London bomb victims unlawfully killed

No organization's failings contributed to the deaths of 52 people in suicide bombings on the London transit system in 2005, a judge ruled Friday — a verdict that will disappoint the families of some of the victims.Full story

How to score tickets to the 2012 Summer Olympics

All the inside tips you need to snap up affordable event tickets, book a well-chosen place to stay, and make your way around the host city. Full story

Losing bidder for Honolulu rail files protest

A company that failed to win a contract to build Honolulu's planned mass transit rail line has filed a formal protest regarding the city's selection of the winning bid. Full story

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  Living with a disability in America

Twenty years ago President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law, ensuring equal employment opportunities and access to public transportation. But how far have we really come? Two advocates discuss the challenges disabled Americans still face.

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