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Cop Kills Three Americans at Kids' Hospital, Afghan Police Chief Says
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The End of OJ? Florida Orange Crop Plummets
Florida farmers are desperate to keep their citrus trees alive, but they're losing the battle to a deadly disease carried by a tiny insect.
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Michael Phelps Comes Out of Retirement
Olympian Michael Phelps, who retired from competitive swimming after winning four gold medals in London, is competing this week in Arizona.
'Swatting' Hoax Tricks Police SWAT Teams
Decried as an enormous waste of tax resources, the ‘swatting’ prank is estimated to occur hundreds of times each year.
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Sheet Metal Not Likely Part of Missing Plane
Officials are now downplaying the likelihood that the rectangular sheet metal discovered recently was part of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Opposition Forces Say Syrian Government Deployed Chlorine Gas
A video posted online that has been unconfirmed by NBC News shows people coughing, choking and gasping for breath.
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Sushi Diplomacy: President Obama Begins Asia Tour
The President began first day in Japan after enjoying some “sushi diplomacy” with the country’s prime minister.
'Historic Victory' or 'Reckless'? New Georgia Gun Law Makes Waves
Since Newtown, the gun debate has escalated around the country and Georgia’s law is the latest flashpoint.
South Korea Ferry Disaster
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South Korea Ferry Was Severely Overloaded
The ship’s faulty steering system combined with a heavy cargo load proved fatal, according to prosecutors.
View 2 WWII Ships Sunk by the Germans
New images show the destruction following Operation Tiger. Over 740 Americans died – but at the time, their deaths were cloaked in secrecy.
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