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Prison scrambles as Legionnaires' disease sickens inmate

California prison scrambles to test dozens of inmates after Legionnaires' disease surfaces

Sheriff's deputy fatally shot in Houston while pumping gas

Sheriff's deputy ambushed while pumping gas in Houston, shot multiple times from behind

Illinois Firing Likely to Put Focus on Injured Athletes

University of Illinois football coach Tim Beckman was dismissed from the team after allegations he mistreated injured student-athletes.

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White Supremacist Takes Stand In Jewish Site Shootings

White supremacist testifies at Jewish site deaths trial he wishes he could have killed more.

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Twitter sets modest goals to diversity its workforce

Twitter promises to hire, promote more women while fighting gender discrimination suit

Leading stem cell scientist cleared of misconduct charges

Swedish university clears doctor who made wind pipes with stem cells of scientific misconduct

Europe rethinks train security after Americans thwart attack

European countries rethink security on trains after Americans thwart attack on Paris train

Ashley Madison CEO Steps Down After Hack

Ashley Madison CEO steps down after a recent wave of leaked emails shows he was having a series of affairs.

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Secretary of state accused of embezzlement, money laundering

Spat between New Mexico officials evolves into court filing alleging embezzlement, laundering

3 Al-Jazeera English reporters await Egyptian court ruling

3 Al-Jazeera English reporters await ruling by Egyptian court in their retrial

Residents across Gulf remember Katrina's might, recovery

With church bells, brass bands, Gulf residents remember Katrina's wrath, celebrate recovery

Officials urge residents to stay prepared tropical storm

Florida officials urge residents to stay prepared for Tropical Storm Erika, despite weakening

Europe Has a Migrant Crisis. Are Fences the Answer?

As the number of migrants entering Europe hits record numbers, more and more governments are erecting fences.

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Attorney: Robin Williams' Bikes Are An Issue In Estate Fight

Attorney: Robin Williams' widow, children at odds over bike collection, artwork.

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Pentagon funding new high-tech venture

Pentagon funding new high-tech venture for flexible electronics

Q&A: Questions, answers in Planned Parenthood controversy

Q&A: Questions, answers in the Planned Parenthood controversy over tissue from aborted fetuses

Greek election could result in new, big coalition govt

New Greek election could mean new govt partners for Tsipras and his Syriza party

Former Prep School Student Found Not Guilty of Rape

A former student of an elite, New Hampshire prep school was found not guilty of rape, but guilty of misdemeanor sexual assault charges.

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Obama: US-Israel ties will improve after Iran deal in place

Obama predicts US-Israel relations will improve after implementation of Iran nuclear deal

The Latest: Egypt says verdict expected in Al-Jazeera case

The Latest: Egypt state news agency says verdict expected Saturday in Al-Jazeera English case

Police: Construction crooner found dead in apparent suicide

New York police: Missing ironworker, known for job site songs, found dead in apparent suicide

Hawaii awaits hurricane while still recovering from rain

Hurricane Ignacio heads toward Hawaii as islands recover from saturating rain

The Conflict Between Private And Public Funding For Stadiums

When a team needs a new stadium, officials have to make a funding choice — public or private?

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Appeals court reverses ruling that found NSA program illegal

Appeals court sides with Obama administration in dispute over bulk collection of phone records

Amgen wins approval for second biotech cholesterol drug

FDA approves Amgen's Repatha, 2nd in new class of breakthrough cholesterol drugs

7 killed, 2 injured in China paper mill accident

Central China authorities say 7 killed, 2 injured after exposure to poison at paper mill.

The Latest Front for Europe's Migrant Crisis? The Balkans

The Balkans have become the latest front in the European migrant crisis as tens of thousands stream across the Mediterranean into Greece.

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Experts say tough talk on China overlooks economic realities

Experts see a divide between GOP candidates' tough talk about China and economic realities