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'State of Terror': Israelis Near Airport Lack Iron Dome Protection


As it defends incoming planes from rocket danger, Israel leaves some areas unprotected.






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'Hugging My Children': Reporter After MH17 Coverage


After a week of shelling, missiles and guns during the MH17 crash aftermath, reporter Ken Simmons is home and hugging his kids a little tighter.






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Tricky Task: U.S. Scrambles to Evacuate Ebola Patients


U.S. health officials were scrambling on Friday to fetch two American patients infected with Ebola virus back from West Africa for treatment.






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Not Welcome: Palestinians Turned Away From Peace Talks


Peace talks aimed at ending the Gaza war were thrown into doubt after the Palestinian delegation said it was told it was no longer welcome in Cairo.






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Ebola Evacuation Planes Will Land at Military Base


Dobbins Air Force base can provide security and isolation from the general population, officials said.
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Obama: GOP's 'Extreme' Border Bill Merely a Message


Congress is set to leave town for summer vacation without a compromise on legislation to address the border crisis.






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'Slender Man' Suspect Not Competent to Stand Trial


Doctors say one of the 12-year-old girls accused of trying to kill another friend in the Wisconsin woods isn't competent enough to stand trial.






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Sex in Cars? Majority of Americans Admit it!


A new survey of nearly 3,000 adults reveals that nearly three out of five admit to having at least one intimate encounter in a vehicle.
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How Weird Al Is Saving Grammar for the Future


A writer considers how Weird Al's No. 1 album has revived a debate on the proper use of language.






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These Are the 15 Most Expensive Cities for Millennials


Finding an affordable place to live is hard, especially when you're just starting out. Here are 15 cities where you'll be pinching pennies.






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Drummer Tours With M.I.A. ... While Attending Harvard


Kiran Gandhi had the chance to tour with rapper M.I.A. and to attend Harvard Business School. Rather than choose one path, she decided to do both.
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Why Kentucky Senate Contest Remains a True Horse Race


In the most closely-watched Senate race in the nation this year, neither Mitch McConnell nor Alison Lundergan Grimes, can pull away.
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'Big Marijuana': Pot Industry Grows a D.C. Lobby


If you're an industry with a true foothold in Washington—a "Big" lobby, in other words—you've got to have a "revolving door."
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Night at the Museum: Adults-Only Sleepovers Offered


The American Museum of Natural History is expanding its popular program all-night program.
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Singer Adam Duritz Turns 50 ... But Who's Counting?


The '90s might seem like yesterday, but as it turns out, the years have been ticking by for the Counting Crows frontman.
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MTV Turns 33! The Reality Is, We Miss Music Videos


The groundbreaking channel that shaped popular culture is another year older, and a long way from "Thriller," "Sledgehammer" and many more.
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'Slender Man' Suspect Believes in Unicorns: Shrink


Doctors say one of the 12-year-old girls accused of trying to kill another friend in the Wisconsin woods isn't competent enough to stand trial.
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Congressman Who Grabbed Staffer on Video Apologizes


Rep. Don Young, R-Ark., apologized Thursday after an NBC News producer captured video of him forcefully grabbing a staffer’s arm.
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Rare Encounter: Video Shows Isolated Amazon Tribe


In a new video, a previously isolated indigenous tribe from the Amazon comes face to face with the outside world.
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New Car Sales Accelerated Last Month


New cars are selling like hotcakes right now, with The Big Three Detroit automakers leading the way, thanks to an improving economy and ample financing.

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