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Human Race

Human Race

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News | Born A Canadian woman gave birth to a healthy boy six weeks after she was declared brain dead from internal bleeding. “It is with a heavy heart but also…

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News | ‘States that like their Obamacare can keep their Obamacare.’ U.S. Rep. James Lankford, R-Okla., on the Health Care Compact, legislation that would…

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News | Feb. 14   Teen pop icon Justin Bieber will appear in a Florida courtroom today for a formal arraignment in connection to a late-night arrest in January.

Quick Takes

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News | Nasal inflation  What Nie Yongbing can accomplish with his nose is nothing to sneeze at. The 63-year-old man from Chengdu, China, needed just 21 minutes…

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News | ‘I looked up and I’m like, “What is he doing?”’ Lauren Dango, one of many stranded motorists in Birmingham, Ala., after a snowstorm on Jan. 28, as…

Dispatches

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News | JAN. 28: Security forces patrol the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Park in Russia ahead of the Feb. 7 opening ceremony. The Sochi games will be the most expensive…

Human Race

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News | Died   U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander’s former chief of staff hanged himself in the basement of his parents’ Maryland home on Jan. 23, weeks after federal…

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Dispatches

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News | JAN. 13: The grandchildren of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon stand in front of his grave during his funeral near Sharon’s residence in southern…

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | Feb. 2 With Super Bowl ads costing more than $133,000 per second, online broker E-Trade decided against 30 seconds of advertising time and will be absent from…

Human Race

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News | Nominated “Alone Yet Not Alone,” sung by Joni Eareckson Tada, is in the running for a Best Original Song Oscar at the March 2 Academy Awards. The song,

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Quick Takes

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News | Taking note A would-be bank robber’s bad handwriting cost him the chance to make a score when a bank teller was unable to read his stickup note. Police say…

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News | ‘$26 million’ Amount that Italian authorities say Vatican accountant Monsignor Nunzio Scarano tried to smuggle into Italy. He also faces charges…

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