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SpaceX Launches Cargo Ship to Space Station and Tries Rocket Recovery


SpaceX launched more than two tons of cargo to the International Space Station — and also conducted an experiment in rocket recovery.The company’s Falcon 9 rocket lifted off into the cloudy skies over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 3:25 p.m.







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Nice Try, Bieber Haters: White House Won't Deport Singer


Sorry, 273,968 people who signed a petition to have pop star Justin Bieber sent back to his native Canada. The White House issued a response of sorts on Friday, but it's not the answer you waited three months to receive.







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Missouri Man Accused of Targeting Drivers Faces 18 Felony Counts


A Missouri man accused of turning roadways in Kansas City, Mo., and its suburbs into a shooting gallery faces 18 felony charges in 12 separate incidents since early March, officials said Friday.







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Is Havana Condom Shortage Overblown?


HAVANA, Cuba -- Despite published reports about a shortage of condoms in Cuba, a majority of Havana drugstores were carrying the prophylactics, according to NBC News.







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Idris Elba Shares Touching Photo of Newborn Son Winston


The star of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" tweeted a sweet photo of his baby's tiny hand clutching dad's finger.








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Risk of Death Doesn't Stop Everest Climbers


If climbers eyeing Mount Everest were intimidated by the possibility of death, they would have stopped a long time ago.Instead, they keep coming, in growing numbers, in defiance of the danger –- and often because of it.







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Kids scared of the Easter Bunny? Well, look at him!









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Bridge Under Troubled Waters: Canoe Crosses Flooded River


Joe Keating pulls his son Joe along Willow Road through the flooded Otonabee River near Peterborough, Ontario on Friday, April 18. Spring run off is causing problems in much of central Ontario as warm temperatures finally melt snow and ice.







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Filipinos Rebuild Lives Five Months After Typhoon


A man stands in front of a large ship grounded by Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines, on Friday.People continue to rebuild their lives five months after Typhoon Haiyan struck the coast on Nov. 8, 2013, leaving more than 6000 dead and many more homeless.







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Aircraft Carrier Truman Returns Home After 9 Months at Sea


The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group returned home to Virginia on Friday, reuniting thousands of sailors with friends and family.The strike group ships arrived at the Naval Station in Norfolk, Va., after a nine-month deployment to the waters near Europe and the Middle East.







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SpaceX Launches Cargo and Tries a Rocket Recovery


SpaceX launched more than two tons of cargo to the International Space Station — and also conducted an experiment in rocket recovery.The company’s Falcon 9 rocket lifted off into the cloudy skies over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 3:25 p.m.

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Clinton Docs Offer Glimpse Into Failed Health Care Fight


Newly released documents from the Clinton White House reveal a candid assessment of the looming fight over the administration’s doomed health care plan, as advisers tried unsuccessfully to steer the sprawling legislation through Congress.







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Missouri Man Accused of Targeting Kansas City Drivers Faces 18 Felony Counts


A Missouri man accused of turning roadways in Kansas City and its suburbs into a shooting gallery faces 18 felony charges in twelve separate incidents since early March, officials said Friday.







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South Korean Ferry Captain Taken Into Custody


The captain of the sunken ferry in South Korea was taken into custody Friday and is facing five charges, including criminal negligence.Captain Lee Joon-seok, 68, is also charged with abandoning the ship, negligence, causing bodily injury and not seeking rescue from other ships.







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Virtual Reality Offers a Last Walk in the Sun for Sick Grandmother


Most of us think of virtual reality as the next big thing in gaming. But this sad yet inspiring story of an ailing grandmother's last days puts a powerful new spin on the technology.







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Texans Mark First Anniversary of Fertilizer Plant Explosion


West, Texas residents try to rebuild and remember the 15 who died last year after a fertilizer plant explosion. Kurt Gregory reports.








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US Delays Decision on Keystone Pipeline


Federal agencies will get more time to review the controversial Keystone pipeline before a decision is made, the State Department announced Friday.







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It's a Bird, It's a Plane...It's Superman on The Mall


In an attempt to break a Guinness World Record, people dressed as super heroes and villains gather on the National Mall in Washington D.C.








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SpaceX Cargo Ship Lifts Off After Cliffhanger Countdown


SpaceX got its long-delayed commercial cargo run to the International Space Station off the ground on Friday despite Florida's touch-and-go weather.The company’s Falcon 9 rocket lifted off into the cloudy skies over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 3:25 p.m.







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Cops Charge Alleged Shooter Accused of Targeting Kansas City Drivers


A Missouri man accused of turning roadways in Kansas City and its suburbs into a shooting gallery faces 18 felony charges in twelve separate incidents since early March, officials said Friday.







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