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  • Pope Francis Welcomed Like Native Son in Ecuador

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    7/6/15

    More than a million people endured 90 degree heat to celebrate Pope Francis? first mass in Ecuador.
  • Trump Uses San Francisco Shooting to Ignite Immigration Debate

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    7/6/15

    The killing of a young woman in San Francisco at the hands of a man deported five times, is giving new fuel to a bitter debate on illegal immigration.
  • Is Donald Trump the New Todd Aiken?

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    7/6/15

    NBC?s Chuck Todd weighs in on the GOP response to Donald Trump and why some 2016 presidential candidates are afraid to take him on.
  • Bill Cosby Admitted to Drugging Women in 2005 Deposition

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    7/6/15

    Cosby testified that he bought quaaludes with the intention of giving them to women he wanted to have sex with, according to court documents.
  • Greece Rejects Bailout: What Happens Now?

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    7/6/15

    Greece is just days away from running out of cash after voters said no to a bailout that would have come with some big strings attached.
  • Iran Nuclear Talks Could Go ?Either Way?: Kerry

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    7/6/15

    Iran is pushing for an end to the ban on importing or exporting non-nuclear arms, including ballistic missiles, as the deadline inches closer.
  • Starbucks Raising Prices On Some Coffee Drinks

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    7/6/15

    Starbucks said it would raise prices for some of its beverages by five to 20 cents.
  • 24 Injured, Two Critically, As North Carolina Deck Collapses

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    7/5/15

    Members of a Virginia family were rushed to a hospital after a deck in their North Carolina vacation house collapsed underneath them.
  • Greek Debt Crisis: Greeks Vote ?No? to Europe

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    7/5/15

    Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says a ?no? vote puts the country in a better bargaining position with the EU, as crowds gather to celebrate.
  • Kerry Sees 'Genuine Progress' On Iran Nuke Deal, But Warns Key Issues Ahead

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    7/5/15

    Secretary of State John Kerry tempered remarks by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who said Iran and the U.S. ?have never been closer? to a solution.
  • Single-Engine Plane Crash Lands On Crowded California Beach

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    7/5/15

    Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a banner-towing plane?s crash landing on a beach, injuring a 12-year-old.
  • Brooklyn Man to Build African Art Museum With Personal Collection

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    7/5/15

    Eric Edwards? collection began with a figure from Mali and is now one of the largest privately owned collections of African artifacts in the U.S.
  • Pope Francis Begins Latin America Tour With Ecuador Visit

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    7/5/15

    Many hope the first Latin American pontiff will focus on poverty and social and environmental issues on a tour that will take him to Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay.
  • San Francisco Woman Shot in Front of Dad by Five-Time Deportee

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    7/4/15

    After seven past felonies, Francisco Sanchez allegedly shot and killed Kate Steinle in what police say appears to be a random shooting.
  • Americans Celebrate Fourth of July Tempered by Security Jitters

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    7/4/15

    As Americans across the country celebrate the nation?s 239th birthday, law enforcement officers of major cities stand guard on high alert.
  • Security On High Alert for Fourth of July Holiday

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    7/4/15

    While online threats, overseas shootings and solo attacks have law enforcement officers on high alert, officials say there are no credible threats this weekend.
  • 2016 Presidential Candidates Crowd New Hampshire Campaign Trail

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    7/4/15

    The New Hampshire voters line up to meet 2016 presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio and others as they descend on the granite state.
  • Greece On Brink of Economic Collapse On Eve of Referendum Vote

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    7/4/15

    There are still lines to get cash out at ATMs and reports that the country's tourism season is reportedly taking a massive hit.
  • Solar-Powered Plane's Historic Flight Is Just Start of Mission

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    7/4/15

    For pilots Andre Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard, a trip around the world without any fuel in a solar-powered plane is just the start of a larger mission.
  • North Carolina Shark Attack Surge Keeps Beachgoers Out of Water

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    7/4/15

    Warmer waters could be behind recent surge in attacks, changing migration patterns of sharks.
  • Drought Hit States Hold Off On Fourth of July Fireworks

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    7/4/15

    Communities in California, Oregon and other western states are canceling fireworks shows due to this season?s record-breaking heat, drought, and
  • Bernie Sanders Long Shot Campaign Gets Real

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    7/3/15

    While Hillary Clinton remains the comfortable Democratic frontrunner, Bernie Sanders campaign is showing some impressive support.
  • Police Step up Patrol, Terror Jitters On Eve of Fourth of July Holiday

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    7/3/15

    From New York to California, police across the country are on high alert as fears of an ISIS-inspired attack looms after recent terror-related events.
  • Solar Plane Solo Pilot Completes Five Day Flight

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    7/3/15

    Determined to show what solar energy can do, Andre Borschberg wrapped the last leg of a flight around the world-- five days in a single seat plane.
  • Debt Crisis: Greece Split in Half, Polls Show

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    7/3/15

    To say ?yes? or ?no? to Europe? With voting day fast approaching, polls reveal Greece is evenly divided among an issue that will impact its future.
  • Ted Cruz On Illegal Immigration: ?I Salute Donald Trump.?

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    7/3/15

    Not wanting to attack a fellow Republican, Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz offers support regarding Trump?s willingness to discuss Mexican Immigrants.
  • ?Enjoy Your Ride? Baltimore Police Van Taunts Arrestees

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    7/3/15

    In light of Freddie Gray?s death, a member of Baltimore?s finest offended many by placing signs on police vans telling them to ?enjoy? their ride.
  • Lightning Strikes, South Carolina County Shocked

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    7/3/15

    Horry County Residents were terrified by the 732 lightning strikes that crashed within 15 minutes, adding to a the list of injuries this stormy spring.
  • North Carolina Looking for Pattern in Shark Attacks

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    7/2/15

    North Carolina?s governor says it?s searching for patterns in a recent series of shark attacks that might help keep its beaches safe for visitors.
  • California ?Dead Pools? Appear As Severe Drought Worsens

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    7/2/15

    Despite increased efforts to restrict water usage across California, the San Antonio Reservoir has dried up after four years of extreme drought.
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