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Meet The Cardinals Fan In Charge Of Getting People To Mars

Meet the Cardinals fan putting people in Mars.

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Connecticut Gov. Malloy Is Photobombed By Beluga Whale

Connecticut Gov. Malloy is photobombed by beluga whale during aquarium news conference.

Locally Crafted. Windstream in Your Neighborhood.

Windstream is proud of the communities we serve. That’s why we’re showcasing different faces and places from around the country with Locally Crafted.

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Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis Pack On The PDA

Love is in the air for these LA Dodgers fans. We have the exclusive kissing pics!

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The U.S. Army Ranger School Is Officially Open to Women

The U.S. Army is letting any qualified soldier join its elite Ranger School, no matter their gender.

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Katy Perry Denies Calling a Fan the “C” Word

Katy Perry sent a funny and nasty message to a fan’s ex boyfriend… or did she?

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Connecticut Governor Photobombed By Beluga Whale

Connecticut Governor Malloy photobombed by beluga whale during aquarium news conference.

'Slave Trade' video game altered after social media backlash

'Playing History: Slave Trade' video game altered after social media backlash

Los Angeles mayor pitches 2024 Olympic bid to IOC president

Los Angeles Mayor: 'It is time for America to bring the Olympics back home'

Mark Teixeira (Bone Bruise) on Crutches, No Timetable for Return

New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira will use crutches for “a few days” to help the bone bruise in his right leg heal, manager Joe Girardi told reporters Tuesday.ÂÂ

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Watchdog: 900,000 vets have pending health care applications

Watchdog: 900,000 veterans have pending health care requests; about one-third are deceased

Pacific bluefin tuna group puts off new moves to save fish

Meeting in Japan on Pacific bluefin tuna ends without fresh moves to protect depleted species

Study: More Than 3 Trillion Trees In The World

A recent study has found that there are more than 3 trillion trees in the world, far exceeding previous estimates.

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Federal Sony data breach lawsuit settled, lawyer says

Lawyer says settlement reached in lawsuit by ex-Sony employees over Sony data breach

The Latest: Easing of Greece fears helping eurozone economy

The Latest: Survey shows that the easing of Greece fears helping to shore up eurozone economy

10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today

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Classic Disney Films Actor Dean Jones Dies at 84

Dean Jones, star of Disney's 'The Love Bug,' has died following a battle with Parkinson's disease. He was 84.

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Alyssa Milano Says She's Too Old for More Children

Alyssa Milano is not going to have any more children. The actress says though she wants one more, she thinks she’s too old.

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Australian police won't charge Mel Gibson over tirade claim

Australian police won't charge Mel Gibson over allegation he shoved and abused photographer

Massa and Bottas to pair for 3rd straight year at Williams

Williams confirms Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas as driver pair for 3rd consecutive season

Mark Teixeira (Bone Bruise) on Crutches, No Timetable for Return

New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira will use crutches for “a few days” to help the bone bruise in his right leg heal, manager Joe Girardi told reporters Tuesday.ÂÂ

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House Judiciary panel sets first Planned Parenthood hearing

First up: House Judiciary panel schedules Congress' first hearing on Planned Parenthood videos

Residents of eroding village welcome Obama's attention

Residents of Alaska village threatened by erosion welcome President Obama's attention

Report: Some top baby monitors lack basic security features

Several top baby monitors lack basic security, vulnerable to hackers, report says