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Chipotle Sued Over GMO-Free Menu Claims
The plaintiff, Colleen Gallagher, alleges that Chipotle violates federal regulations with food labeling that is false and misleading.
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Supreme Court Rules Against Kentucky Clerk in Gay Marriage Case
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a Kentucky clerk's request to deny gay marriage licenses on the basis of religious objections.
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Give Peanuts to Babies, Pediatricians Advise
Giving peanut products to babies before they're a year old may help prevent allergies from developing later, pediatricians said Monday.
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Erika Aftermath: Flooding in Charleston, Florida Warned
Waist-high water was reported in Charleston, South Carolina.
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Today in Pictures: August 31
See the best 10 photos from Monday.
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The 'Historical Accident' That Led to Mt. McKinley's Renaming
The story of how President William McKinley, who never even visited Alaska, got a mountain named after him, and how it all unraveled.
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7,000 Pages of Clinton Emails to Be Released
The information was not identified as classified when Clinton sent or received the emails.
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Texas Deputy Was Shot 15 Times, Prosecutor Says
A judge found probable cause to hold the suspect for capital murder.
Ex-Secret Service Agent Admits Stealing $820K in Bitcoin
A former federal agent has pleaded guilty to diverting money to his personal account during an investigation into online drug marketplace Silk Road.
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Do-Over: Sketch Artist Gets 2nd Shot at Tom Brady
The first time around, her depiction was likened to E.T. and Lurch.
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Mock Mars Mission Tests Mental Toll of a Year in Space
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On Friday, six scientists will enter a simulated Mars habitat and simulate what it might be like for astronauts journeying for extended periods.
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Video Exposes Dolphin Slaughter in Japan, Peru
Dolphin hunting in Japan is on the decline, but it appears to be on the rise in other parts of the world.
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Six N.J. Football Players Sentenced in Hazing Case
Six of the seven New Jersey football players accused of hazing and sexually assaulting teammates will not have to register as sex offenders.
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Trump and Clinton Starting to Feel the Heat of Competition
Ben Carson is now tied with Donald Trump according to a recent poll, and Bernie Sanders is catching up to Hillary Clinton.
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Mudslides, Hurricanes, Heatwaves: Extreme Weather Takes Hold Across U.S.
From mudslides in Utah to three hurricanes forming off the coast of Hawaii to heat waves across the Plains and Northeast, extreme weather is expected to strike much of the country this week.
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E.U. Says It May Offer Hungary More Help With Migrants
The European Union could soon fund and set up new reception facilities for asylum-seekers in Hungary as it is already doing in Italy and Greece.
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Ice Cream Man Scoops His Way to Guinness World Record
After serving up ice cream and frozen treats to Boston kids for 68 years, Allan Ganz is not only a local institution, he's a world record holder.
Next Stop for Google's Self-Driving Cars: Austin
Google is bringing its prototype self-driving cars to Austin, Texas, for a road test.
British Vice News Journalists Charged, Detained in Turkey
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Vice News has called the charges "baseless and alarmingly false."
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Rare Brain Disease Caused by Cousin of Mad Cow Culprit
A rare, incurable brain disorder that resembles Parkinson's disease is caused by a mutant protein similar to the prions that cause mad cow disease.
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