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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, under pressure to respond to allegations he was filmed using drugs, said on Friday that he does not smoke crack cocaine and could not comment on a video he had not seen or does not exist.
Besides being beautiful, Costa Rica's beaches are the nesting sites of four endangered sea turtle species, which return yearly to lay their eggs. But there is trouble for these reptiles — egg thieves.
An Army battalion commander at the Space and Missile Defense Command at Fort Greely, Alaska, is under investigation for allegedly "condoning" adultery and creating an "open season" climate when it comes to sexual activity among the troops, military and defense officials say.
In two major speeches, President Obama signaled a scaling back of drone attacks and a more targeted approach to fighting terrorism. Add recent budget cuts, and it's clear the military is in for a serious downsizing.
Maria Wells said she never intended to be a landlord. She sells real estate; she doesn't invest in it.
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Where did all those early childhood memories go? They probably got cut off by fast-growing brain cells, scientists say.
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After famously telling hurricane-weary tourists in 2011 to “get the hell back on the beach," New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is on another, softer, mission to lure visitors back to his state’s sandy shores.