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Quds Day Protesters: 'Death to America and Israel'
Iranian protesters shouting ‘death to America and Israel’ take to the streets of Tehran in support for Palestinians.
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'Forgotten': Foster Baby Dies in Hot Car in Wichita
Police were questioning the two foster parents, and two other children were taken into protective custody.
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Sip of Tea Sparks Outrage
Chinese billionaire Liu Yiquan set off a social media storm after drinking tea from a $36 million, Ming Dynasty-era cup.
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NYPD Collects DNA to Find Brooklyn Bridge Pranksters
Investigators are also running license plate numbers, scouring social media and examining cellphone transmissions as part of their investigation.
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'Unexpected': Dentist's Surprise at Teen's 232 Teeth
An Indian teenager suffering from a rare condition had 232 teeth removed by dental surgeons. The boy's father said he had experienced "burning pain".
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Is the Pope Coming to Philadelphia?
The Philadelphia Archbishop said Pope Francis has expressed a desire to attend a conference in the U.S., but the Vatican has not confirmed the visit.
Couple Finds Fallen Marine's Lost Flag at Flea Market
After finding a flag dedicated to a fallen marine, a Texas couple tracks down the marine’s family in hopes of returning the tribute. KPRC’s Jennifer Bauer reports.
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Rand Paul Continues Appeal to African-Americans
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Sen. Rand Paul continued his outreach to African-Americans in a speech at the annual convention of the National Urban League here.
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Food Fight: Russia Wants to Ban Some McDonald's Meals
If you find yourself craving a McDonald’s Royal Cheeseburger, you may be out of luck…at least in Russia.
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Burgernomics: Dollar Strengthens Around World
The dollar is getting stronger in much of the fast-food eating world, according to the Big Mac Index.
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Deadly Fungus Spreads in Everglades, Killing Trees
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'Life Is So Important': Dutch Mourn More Crash Bodies
Thousands of people have turned out this week to line the 160 mile route to see the procession of hearses.
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'Mini-Marshal Law': Pakistan Hands Army Raft of Powers
"It doesn't let the courts, or anyone else for that matter, challenge anything the soldiers do," says prominent lawyer and talk show host.
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Passengers Scramble as Hamas Aims at Tel Aviv Airport
A Hamas rocket intercepted near the airport on Tuesday prompted the FAA to halt American commercial flights to Israel's main international gateway.
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Close Call: Rockets Force Jetliner to Abort Landing
The Air Canada Boeing 767 was just five miles from Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport when authorities advised it to keep flying.
Drone Captures Stunning Space Needle Video, Lights Up Twitter
A drone, operated by an Amazon employee, captured stunning footage of Seattle’s Space Needle and prompted a humorous conversation on Twitter.
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Baby Brits: Home Videos Show Royal Toddlers Through the Years
Britain's Royal Collection Trust releases archive footage of the Queen and Prince Charles at various stages of their childhood as a part of the Royal Childhood Exhibition opening at Buckingham Palace.
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Feds Propose Rule for Captioning Services at the Movies
A new federal rule would require most movie theaters to provide closed captioning and audio description services for people with hearing and vision disabilities.
Box Office Slumps from Failing Summer Blockbusters
Last year broke records for summer movie earnings, but this year things are turning out very differently.
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'Day of Rage': Protests Erupt in Jerusalem and the West Bank
Israeli forces were put on high alert as demonstrations were planned at mosques after Friday prayers in a sign of solidarity with Gaza.
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