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The U.S. Surgeon General warns that skin cancer is a "major public health problem" and is urging Americans to take immediate preventive measures.
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Fear Spreads as Ebola Outbreak Claims First American Victim
With one family already in mourning, the two Americans infected with the deadly virus in Liberia are fighting for their lives.
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Israel Hits Symbols of Hamas Power in Heavy Gaza Strikes
With no cease-fire in sight, five Israeli soldiers were killed when Hamas militants attempted to infiltrate Israel through a tunnel.
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Tensions Between U.S. and Israel Rise Over Criticism of Kerry
After attempting to implement a cease-fire over the weekend, criticism of Secretary of State John Kerry has been rampant throughout Israel.
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'Out of Control' Wildfires in California Cost Millions
With 216 blazes scorching California just last week, the cost to fight fires could reach a record $1 billion in California alone.
Dramatic Video Shows Women's Close Call With a Train
Two women trespassing on railroad tracks in Indiana narrowly escaped death when a train came speeding toward them.
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Boy's Dream of Protecting Police Officers Becomes a Reality
At just 8 years old, Jacen Troxell has raised more than $13,000 for bulletproof vest places to shield Indianapolis police officers.
What Happened 69 Years Ago at the Empire State Building
On July 28, 1945, heavy fog caused a B-25 bomber to crash into the Empire State Building in New York City, killing 14 people.
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