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Ray Rice Wins Appeal of NFL Suspension


A former judge has rejected the NFL's indefinite suspension of the Ravens running back, but it's unlikely many teams are lining up to sign him.






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U.N. Criticizes America on Torture, Human Rights


A report released Friday chastised the U.S. for responses to police brutality, immigration practices and past and present counter-terrorism methods.






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Burger King Owner Finds $100,000 in Backpack


The owner of the San Jose restaurant said he lives by the expression "if you don't sweat, it's not yours."






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WHO to Ebola Survivors: Abstain From Sex for 3 Months


Men who recover from Ebola should abstain from sex for three months to minimize the risk of passing the virus on in their semen, officials said Friday






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900 Austrian Cops Storm Mosques in Anti-Terror Raids


Some 900 officers swooped in on mosques, prayer rooms and homes across Austria in an operation against alleged recruiters and financiers of ISIS.






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Atlanta Police Say Killer May Be Targeting Homeless


Two homeless men were found shot dead in separate incidents on Monday and Wednesday. Police warn that other transients may be targets.






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Turkey Crashes into Driver's Windshield on Thanksgiving


Trucker Kameron Schrader says he was driving near Abilene, Texas, on Thanksgiving day, when ironically a 30-pound turkey flew into his windshield
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Turkey Crashes into Driver's Windshield on Thanksgiving Day


Trucker Kameron Schrader says he was driving near Abilene, Texas, on Thanksgiving day, when ironically a 30-pound turkey flew into his windshield
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'An Awakening': Watch the New 'Star Wars' Trailer


The long-awaited first trailer for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hit the Internet Friday morning, teasing fans everywhere.






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Austin Gunman Dead After Downtown Shooting Rampage


A gunman was dead after opening fire at "multiple buildings" in downtown Austin, officials in the Texas capital said Friday.






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Oh No, Noto! Another Tweet Gaffe by Twitter CFO?


For the second time this week, Twitter CFO Anthony Noto has publicly tweeted something that appeared to have been intended as a private message.
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Experts: Two-Degree Global Warming Limit Won't Work


A temperature rise that could cause irreversible damage to civilization is practically inevitable, say experts ahead of a year of key climate talks.






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'We Have to Do Something': Drug-Resistant Malaria Alarms Experts


In a research center on the Thai-Myanmar border, the race is on to halt the spread of drug-resistant malaria.
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Gunman Killed After Shots Fired at Police HQ, Mexican Consulate


A gunman was fatally shot by police after opening fire "multiple buildings" in downtown Austin, officials in the Texas capital said early Friday.






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In Turkey, Pope Urges More Muslim Opposition to ISIS


Pope Francis condemned terrorist assaults on Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria, as he arrived in Turkey Friday.
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Black-Out Friday: 175,000 Without Power After Storm


At least 175,000 customers were still without power Friday, two days after a winter storm snarled Thanksgiving travel and turkey dinner plans.






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Mea Culpa: Malaysia Airlines Apologizes for Tweet


Malaysia Airlines did a mea culpa Friday for a marketing tweet that some deemed insensitive.






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Car Dealership's Roof Collapses, Hurting One


Firefighters say a Staten Island building's concrete roof has partially collapsed, seriously injuring one person who was found in the debris.






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To Withdraw, or Not to Withdraw From a 401(k)


You can retirement funds before 59-1/2, but the rules are complicated and it may not be worth it in the long run.
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Stepping Up: North Korea Dictator's Sister Gains Clout


Kim Yo Jong, 27, has taken a senior position in North Korea's ruling Workers' Party.






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