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Five in Five Years: What Happened to the Other Virginia Girls?

The arrest of Jesse Matthew in the Hannah Graham case has drawn attention to other women who vanished before her.

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Hong Kong Protesters Vow to Fight 'Forever'

A midnight deadline imposed by pro-democracy protesters came and went Tuesdsay without Hong Kong's leader responding to their demands.

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Next 'Moon Shot': U.S. Scientists Target Human Brain

Federal scientists unveiled what they called the next “moon shot” — a program to explore the human brain that begins with a $46 million down payment.

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Kurds Drive ISIS From Key Border Crossing

An influential tribe of Sunnis in Iraq helped with the fighting — a big success against the campaign against the militants.
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Hernandez Lawyers Make Bid to Throw Out Evidence

A judge is hearing arguments on a bid by lawyers for Aaron Hernandez to have additional evidence in a murder case against him thrown out.

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Marathon Bombing Suspects' Sister Denies Threats: Lawyer

Ailina Tsarnaeva is accused of threatening to bomb a woman who previously had a romantic relationship with her husband.

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Breach 'Unacceptable,' Secret Service Director Testifies

The director of the Secret Service testified a recent White House security breach was "unacceptable," and said she took full responsibility for it.

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Britain Launches First Strikes Against ISIS in Iraq

The United Kingdom launched their first airstrikes against Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham militants in Iraq on Tuesday, officials said.

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Walmart: Morgan Partially to Blame for Crash Injuries

The retail giant responded to a lawsuit filed over the deadly crash, saying the plaintiffs were not wearing seat belts.

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How's Inflation Really Doing? Ask a Cheeseburger

Most traditional indicators show inflation in the U.S. to be well under control, but bacon cheeseburger eaters know better.
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Thailand Wants Tourist ID Bands After Brutal Murders

After two brutal unsolved murders of visiting British backpackers, Thailand wants ID bands to help missing and intoxicated tourists.

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Okla. Beheading Suspect Wanted 'Revenge' For Firing

Alton Nolen is accused of beheading one co-worker and stabbing another last Thursday at Vaughan Foods in Moore. He had just been fired, police said.

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Deadly Blunder? Iraq Pilots Gave Food, Ammunition to ISIS

Iraqi military pilots mistakenly gave food, water and ammunition to enemy ISIS militants instead of their own soldiers, a senior official said.
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Wife's Plea to ISIS Captors: 'We Need Him Back Home'

It was the third plea from Barbara Henning, whose husband, Alan, was kidnapped in Syria in December.
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Michael Phelps Busted on DUI Charge

The Olympian swimmer was clocked doing 84 mph in a 45 mph zone and later failed field-sobriety tests.

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'Umbrella Revolution' Students Demand Summit With Leader

Pro-democracy protesters demanded that Hong Kong's top leader meet with them. But Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying rejected the student demands.

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FCC Dumps Support for Sports Blackout Restriction

The NFL and broadcast networks can still agree to abide by its terms, but they no longer have federal policy support.

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Why Was Murdered Arkansas Real Estate Agent Targeted?

He said Carter was targeted because she was “a rich broker” — but he said he did not kill her.

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Kurdish Leader: Give Us Weapons or We Face Massacre

A Syrian Kurdish leader called on Tuesday for the West to provide weapons to his forces fighting ISIS in the besieged Syrian border town of Kobani, warning that his fighters risked massacre if help did not arrive soon

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Teen Climbed 89-Story Skyscraper for Snapshots: Cops

Police say a 17-year-old boy climbed an under-construction residential tower that will be one of the city's tallest buildings so he could take photos.



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