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  • After Three Missed Deadlines, Iran Nuke Deal Looks Possible

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    7/12/15

    Disputes over whether to keep an arms embargo on Iran remain at issue for a deal that could potentially be made Monday.
  • Doctors Hope Thawing Relations Bring Cuban Diabetes Drug ?Herberprot? to U.S.

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    7/12/15

    A number of American doctors would like to see Herberprot, now being used to treat diabetes in 26 countries, tested in the United States after a decades-long embargo.
  • 2011 Japanese Tsunami Clean up Efforts Persist On U.S. Coastline

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    7/12/15

    The estimated five million tons of wreckage that swept into the ocean after Japan?s devastating 2011 tsunami can now be found washed up on U.S. shores.
  • Movie Massacre Trial Approaches Closing Arguments On Holmes' Sanity

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    7/12/15

    The fate of James Holmes who allegedly killed 12 people in a Colorado movie theatre will rest in the hands of a 12-member jury after more than two months of testimony by hundreds of witnesses.moreless
  • Albuquerque Cruisin' Big Dogs Senior Women's Team Take On Nationals

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    7/12/15

    With all its members in their 80?s or 90?s, the ?Albuquerque Cruisin? Big Dogs? prove age is nothing but a number.
  • Pope Francis Draws Massive Crowds On Latin America Trip

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    7/11/15

    The pontiff - the first from Latin America - had an emotional homecoming while in Paraguay, Bolivia and Ecuador, where he met personally with many community leaders.
  • One in 5 Wildfires in California Set by Arsonists

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    7/11/15

    This season?s record drought and heat are spreading fires faster than ever, but in California, statistics show hundreds of wildfires are set intentionally.
  • Iran Nuke Deal Negotiations Continue After Missed Deadline

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    7/11/15

    One of the last stumbling blocks is Iran's demand - backed by Russia - to lift a UN ban on Iran buying and selling conventional weapons, including ballistic missiles.
  • ISIS Threat Overseas Grows Beyond Iraq, Syria

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    7/11/15

    U.S. officials say over the past few months, local versions of ISIS have sprouted in Yemen, Libya, Nigeria and Afghanistan.
  • Recent Coyote Attacks Put California Neighborhoods On Edge

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    7/11/15

    Residents of Irvine, California, are on alert after four brazen coyote attacks in residential areas amid record drought.
  • Thousands Turn Out for Trump?s Arizona Visit

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    7/11/15

    The presidential candidate gave a speech to thousands at the Phoenix Convention Center on his first trip to the border state since entering the 2016 race.
  • U.S. Women?s World Cup Champions Celebrated With Ticker Tape Parade

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    7/10/15

    The U.S. women?s soccer team made history by being the first women?s sports team honored with a ticker tape parade in Manhattan?s Canyon of Heroes.
  • Helicopters Take Aim at California?s Wildfires from the Air

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    7/10/15

    An air attack capable of snuffing out potential wildfires is the first choice for first responders during the California drought.
  • Cancer Doctor Who Cheated Patients Sentenced to 45 Years in Prison

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    7/10/15

    Prosecutors say a Michigan oncologist who gave excessive cancer treatments to patients who didn?t have the disease made millions off the fraud.
  • OPM Director Katherine Archuleta Resigns Amid Hacking Scandal

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    7/10/15

    Following the hacking of nearly 22 million people?s personal information, Archuleta?s resignation leaves unanswered questions about OPM?s security.
  • FBI: Roof Shouldn?t Have Been Able to Buy Gun Used in Massacre

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    7/10/15

    The FBI says a heartbreaking series of missed opportunities failed to block the sale of a gun to accused Charleston church shooter, Dylann Roof.
  • Gathering at ?Mother Emanuel? Witnesses Confederate Flag Removal

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    7/10/15

    As the Confederate battle flag came down in South Carolina, a small group of strangers gathered to watch at Charleston?s Emanuel AME Church.
  • Confederate Flag Removed from South Carolina?s Statehouse Grounds

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    7/10/15

    There was a massive outburst of emotion as South Carolina brought down one of the most divisive symbols in the nation from its capitol grounds.
  • Up Close and Personal With Great White Sharks

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    7/9/15

    A massive great white shark was filmed leaping out of the water while another shark was fed from a boat off the coast of South Africa.
  • Trump On Arizona Border: ?People Are Just Flowing in Like Water?

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    7/9/15

    While the firestorm over Donald Trump?s comments about immigrants continues, there are ranchers in Arizona who insist Trump?s message is vital.
  • Confederate Flag Debate Provokes Shouting Match On House Floor

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    7/9/15

    Congress is battling over new restrictions to remove Confederate flags from federal property.
  • Trump On Border: ?People Are Just Flowing Through Like Water?

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    7/9/15

    While the firestorm over Donald Trump?s comments about immigrants continues, there are ranchers in Arizona who insist Trump?s message is vital.
  • Police Urge Parents of Boston?s ?Baby Doe? to Come Forward

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    7/9/15

    Officers still hope the parents of an unidentified girl will step forward two weeks after the child?s body was found on the Deer Island shoreline.
  • Princess Charlotte?s Christening Photos Capture Royal Celebration

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    7/9/15

    Kensington Palace has shared photographs from Princess Charlotte?s christening - and they?re as adorable as you?d expect them to be.
  • Iran Nuclear Talks Hit Setback Hours Before Deadline

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    7/9/15

    A frustrated John Kerry says he is prepared to walk, as both sides are accusing each other of backtracking and refusing to make tough decisions.
  • South Carolina Governor Signs Bill to Remove Confederate Flag

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    7/9/15

    The long-standing Confederate Flag is to be placed in a military relic museum following its removal from South Carolina State House grounds.
  • FDA Orders Stronger Heart Safety Warnings On Painkillers

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    7/9/15

    The FDA is warning that certain non aspirin pain killers, like ibuprofen, do raise the risk of heart attack and stroke.
  • Hackers Were in U.S. Government Computers for Nearly a Year

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    7/9/15

    The FBI made 12 arrests in the last month as preparations for Fourth of July celebrations and allegedly planned ISIS attacks were underway.
  • Recent Terror Arrests Likely Prevented Fourth of July Attack

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    7/9/15

    Some of the 12 arrests made by the FBI in the past month may have helped to thwart potential terror attacks tied to the Fourth of July holiday.
  • Miserably Hilarious Letters from Sleepaway Camp

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    7/8/15

    Camp can be a trying time for kids, but the lost art of letter-writing lets them tell their parents just how much fun they are - or aren?t - having.
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