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Mormons Publish Photos Of 'Seer Stone' Used By Founder

Mormons publish first photos of 'seer stone' used by founder to translate Book of Mormon.

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Milwaukee Archdiocese Settles Abuse Cases For $21 Million

Milwaukee archdiocese settles with clergy abuse survivors for $21 million.

Greece aims to get full bailout deal this month

Greece will try to get full bailout deal this month, rejects idea of extension to talks

Crews report some progress against huge California wildfire

Crews report progress against California fire that has burned across 100 square miles of land

Small Washington town evacuated as wildfire advances

Small Washington town evacuated as wildfire advances, crews fight to save homes

Fox News GOP Debate: Who Didn't Make The Cut

Here's are the Republican candidates for president who fell short of the main stage Aug. 6 in the first primary debate.

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Netflix to make Asian debut with Sept. 2 launch in Japan

Netflix to expand into Japan on Sept. 2 as Internet video service enters Asia for 1st time

Tax filing problems could jeopardize health law aid for 1.8M

Health law subsidies at risk next year for 1.8M households; fed government launches outreach

Economists dump on Trump boast to bring jobs back from China

Retake millions of jobs from China? Unlikely: Trump's deal-making no match for economic forces

Fox News GOP Debate: Who Made The Cut

Here's the list of Republican candidates for president who will take the stage Aug. 6 in the first primary debate.

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Kerry urges peaceful resolution to South China Sea disputes

Kerry urges peaceful resolution to South China Sea disputes between China, smaller neighbors

UN reports rise in women, children casualties in Afghan war

UN reports sharp rise in casualties among women, children in Afghanistan's war against Taliban

Calculation error prompts concern at nuke waste site

Calculation error prompts concern of radiation release at nuclear waste repository

10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today

2015: The Summer of Celebrity Breakups

Hollywood has a heartache, and many iconic couples are calling it quits this summer. Pop, rock and country artists aren't safe ... not even puppets.

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Maker of hacked radio says system is unique to Fiat Chrysler

Maker of hacked Fiat Chrysler radio says no other products have same vulnerability

NYC targets cooling systems linked to Legionnaires' outbreak

After 7 deaths, NYC to monitor air conditioning equipment linked to Legionnaires' disease

A look at Egypt's Suez Canal, past and present

A look at Egypt's Suez Canal, from first days to current expansion

Gay Couple Who Wed at West Point Forced to Defend Themselves

Daniel Lennox-Choate and his husband, Larry, were shopping in SoHo, when a man allegedly attacked them.

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Truck driver wins Dem nomination for Mississippi governor

Trucker with low-budget campaign faces GOP Gov. Bryant in November election in Mississippi

Turkey says 'extensive' fight against IS to start soon

Turkey says 'extensive' fight against IS to start soon; US drones start arriving at base

Authorities hunt for man who fired near troops at base

Authorities searching for man who shot near troops at military base in southern Mississippi

How the AP-NORC poll on race and police was conducted

How the AP-NORC poll on race and police was conducted

Batboy's Death Highlights Dangers for Baseball's Bystanders

Batboy Kaiser Carlile died after being struck by a player's practice swing, a reminder the sport puts those on the sidelines at risk.

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NHL entrusting live-game app, cable network to baseball

National Hockey League to team with Major League Baseball on streaming app, cable TV channel

More fights ahead on Planned Parenthood after Senate vote

Both sides see gains after Senate derails Republican bill halting Planned Parenthood funds

Egypt to unveil Suez Canal extension in hope of a new era

Egypt prepares to unveil Suez Canal extension billed as start of new era after years of unrest

Blind People Can Read Braille in Real Time With Smartwatch

Portable electronic devices that display Braille can be expensive, but one Korean company has created an affordable option that fits on your wrist.

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Who's in and who's out at the first GOP presidential debate

A list of who made the cut, and who got cut, from the first Republican presidential debate

South Sudan shutters 2 newspapers in apparent crackdown

South Sudan government shutters 2 newspapers in apparent crackdown on the independent press