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Sitting It Out: Mitt Romney Says He's Not Running In 2016

Romney has "decided it is best to give other leaders in the Party the opportunity to become our next nominee."

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Castaway Who Spent Year Lost At Sea Sued for $1M

Jose Alvarenga is being sued by his lawyer and has lingering health problems but is "very grateful to be alive" a year after his oceanic odyssey.

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'Broken Man': Hot-Car Death Dad Sentenced to 32 Months

Jackson, 29, pleaded guilty for leaving his 10-month-old foster daughter in a hot car last July. The Wichita man left her alone for 2-1/2 hours.
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iPhone on the Sidelines? In NFL, That's Not Allowed

Football fans might see Russell Wilson playing with a tablet on the sidelines of Super Bowl XLIX.
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Trapped: Red Tape Keeps Civilians in War-Torn Ukraine

Red tape is preventing war-weary civilians from fleeing relentless shelling in this rebel stronghold.

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First Black NFL Draftee Reunites With High School Rival

George Taliafierro and Carl Biesecker were football rivals in segregated Gary, Indiana, in the 1940s, and became friends after a big game.

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Etan Patz Case: Trial to Open 35 Years After Boy Vanished

Pedro Hernandez is going on trial in a murder and kidnapping case that shaped the nation's approach to missing children.
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No Charges Against George Zimmerman in Assault Case

Zimmerman was arrested this month for aggravated assault and domestic violence with a weapon in an incident involving his girlfriend, Fla. cops said.

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Economy Cools in Q4, But Consumer Spending Robust

Economic growth slows as weak business spending and a wider trade deficit offset the fastest pace of consumer spending since 2006.
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Scientists Hint That a Big Bang Dust-Up Has Fizzled Out

A report from scientists associated with the Planck cosmology mission throws more cold water on claims about the detection of Big Bang gravity waves.
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Here's Why Mitt Romney Has to Make Up His Mind Now

The ground underneath his feet is already beginning to crumble.

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Friday's Top 6 News Stories

From the impending prisoner swap for ISIS hostages to hip-hop mogul "Suge" Knight in trouble again with the law, see the stories we're following.

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'Infiltrator' Killed Three Americans at Airport: Taliban

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the deadly shooting of three American private contractors at an airport in the Afghan capital.
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Drug Dealer Charged With Murder of Former Fox Exec

Convicted drug dealer John Creech was charged with murder Thursday in the death of Gavin Smith, whose remains were found over a year ago north of L.A.
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Suge Knight Turns Himself In After Fatal Hit-and-Run

Knight's attorney said the rap impresario was behind the wheel of the truck, but called the deadly crash in Compton a "tragic accident."

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New Snowstorm to Hit New England Still in Cleanup Mode

Crews were working tirelessly to clear snow-covered roads and homes in New England before another storm slams the region over the weekend.
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Jordan 'Working Around the Clock' to Free ISIS Hostages

Officials said they were "working round the clock" to free ISIS prisoners Jordanian pilot Mu'ath al-Kaseasbeh and Japanese journalist Kenji Goto.

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MH370 Families: 'We Don't Accept' Our Relatives Died

More than 100 relatives of the passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines MH370 demanded officials retract their conclusion everyone on the aircraft died.
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The Week in Pictures

Blizzard blows through New England, algae blooms blue, Syrian city is recaptured and more.

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Caught on Camera: FSU Shooter Storms Library

Newly released surveillance video shows the moments when a gunman opened fire at a library filled with students at Florida State University.



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