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Henry Ford Grandson William Clay Ford Sr. Dies
The Ford Motor Company announced that William Clay Ford Sr. has died at age 88. He was the last surviving grandson of company founder Henry Ford.
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Supreme Court Won't Tackle Breast-Cancer Bracelets
School officials in some districts say the bracelets are disruptive, but a federal appeals court struck down one ban.
Woman, 78, Lived With Dead Husband for Weeks
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The coroner finds no foul play in the death of the 75-year-old man. Police say his wife has Alzheimer's.
Skydiver Who Collided With Plane: I'll Jump Again
A small plane clipped the strings of a skydiver's parachute over the weekend, sending the pilot and the jumper tumbling. Both men survived.
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Americans Ride Public Transit in Record Numbers
Transit ridership has now fully recovered from a dip caused by the Great Recession.
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Father of Sandy Hook Killer: 'You Can't Get Any More Evil'
Adam Lanza's father tells The New Yorker: "How much do I beat up on myself about the fact that he's my son? A lot."
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Monday's Top 6 News Stories
From the ongoing search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet to an earthquake in Northern California, see the stories we're following.
Basketball Star Among Six Shot at Chicago Party
High School basketball star among those wounded.
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U.S. Nuke Agency Hid Safety Concerns as Fukushima Melted
Staff at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission made a concerted effort to play down the risk of earthquakes and tsunamis to America’s aging nuclear plants after the Fukushima disaster in Japan, according to thousands of internal emails reviewed by NBC News.
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