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News | ‘I figured if his bomb was real I’d nothing to lose anyway.’ British passenger Ben Innes, 26, on his request to have his photo taken with…

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News | April 10 In a rare move, the United States Postal Service will actually lower the price of a first-class stamp today to 47 cents from 49 cents. Congress this…

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News | Routine robbery It worked the first three times. But Jason Pyper’s fourth robbery attempt of a Winnipeg, Manitoba, 7-Eleven didn’t go as he’d planned.

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News | ‘We didn’t lose a single person.’ Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on U.S. operations in Libya. Clinton didn’t mention…

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News | March 27 Because of a byzantine rule change by the United States Olympic Committee, marketing campaigns starring American Olympic hopefuls are likely to begin…

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News | Died Best-selling Christian author and speaker Gary Smalley died March 6 at the age of 75. Smalley wrote or co-authored dozens of books, including If Only He

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News | Dropped After a four-year battle for religious liberty, Liberty Ridge Farm owners Robert and Cynthia Gifford decided on Feb. 23 to end their appeal. The New…

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News | ‘There will be no more Kate Steinle murders, if I can help it.’ U.S. Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, on his plan to withhold federal law…

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News | Toked up sales The three rules of Girl Scout cookie sales: location, location, location. An enterprising Portland, Ore., girl decided to hawk her Thin Mints…

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