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Two FBI agents shot in St. Louis County
Two FBI agents were shot in north St. Louis County early Wednesday morning        
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Creepy doll graveyard found in Alabama swamp
Authorities think the porcelain dolls were put there, on stakes, for a Halloween prank.        
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Prosecutor's grand jury strategy in Ferguson case adds to controversy
In most cases, a grand jury is a supple tool in the hands of a prosecutor bent on an indictment. But the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., i...
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More protests in wake of grand jury decision on Ferguson
People nationwide entered a second night of protests against the grand jury decision.        
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Nationwide protests block highways as standoff with police continues in Ferguson
As the protests in Ferguson began slowly Tuesday night, demonstrators nationwide took to the streets en masse clogging major streets and thoroughfares.In New...
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Carly Fiorina actively explores 2016 presidential run but faces GOP critics
On a Republican presidential debate stage expected to be filled with more than a dozen current and former politicians, Carly Fiorina envisions herself standi...
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In interview, Darren Wilson says there was 'no way' Michael Brown had his hands up during shooting
The Ferguson, Mo. police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager in August said in an interview aired on Tuesday that there was "no way" Michae...
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Inconsistency the only constant with evidence in Michael Brown case
The witnesses were seizing a mid-summer Saturday. They were waking up from naps after leisurely breakfasts. They were fixing gutters and heading to their aft...
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A damning account of one state’s Common Core testing initiative
In September, the school board of Evanston Township in Illinois held a meeting at which there was a disturbing discussion about the PARCC exam, the new Commo...
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U-Va.’s governing board votes for zero tolerance of sexual assault
The University of Virginia?s governing board unanimously approved a statement of ?zero tolerance? for sexual assault on Tuesday, less than a week after a mag...
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FCKH8 is back with a 'f*cked-up' ad about domestic violence
Editor's note: The video below contains strong language and imagery that some may find disturbing.Here's one way to sell shirtsOnline for-profit T-shirt stor...
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Hundreds pour into New York's Union Square in solidarity with Ferguson
Several hundred protesters, carrying dozens of signs in support of Michael Brown, the teenager shot in Ferguson on Aug. 9, gathered in Union Square, Manhatta...
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More U.S. troops deployed in Ferguson to guard against fresh riots
FERGUSON, Mo. (Reuters) - Missouri's governor ordered hundreds more National Guard troops on Tuesday to the St. Louis suburb rocked by rioting after a white ...
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As Ferguson girds for more violence, 2,200 Guardsmen join front lines
As Ferguson braced for a possible second night of violence Tuesday, Missouri officials moved to step up security after vandalism, arson and looting erupted i...
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What Ferguson really lost last night? Hope.
Jeniece Andrews and her husband Eddie own an antiques shop called Hidden Treasures just a few blocks from the Ferguson Police Department on South Florissant ...
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Ferguson: Eyewitness testimony underscores challenge grand jury faced
The grand jury that refused to indict a police officer in the killing of Michael Brown had mountains of information to guide it, including about 70 hours of ...
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What we know about 'Regin,' the powerful malware that could be the work of NSA
For many years, a sophisticated and unprecedented cyberespionage campaign known as "Regin" has been targeting hundreds of computers and networks in dozens of...
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Celebrity reactions to Ferguson show they're just as emotional as you are
Rapper Missy Elliott used no words — only an emoji — to express how she felt about the grand jury's decision on Monday night that Ferguson police...
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Climate 101: How global warming is making heat waves and precipitation more extreme
Extreme weather and climate events are one of the most tangible impacts of global warming so far. Such extremes hit close to home, whether you live in the U....
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The next deadly disease outbreak could be prevented by veterinarians
New York City's crows were dying.It was the summer of 1999, and Tracey McNamara, then the chief veterinary pathologist at the Bronx Zoo, was growing concerne...
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Only three in 10 Americans have HIV under control: government report
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Just 30 percent of Americans living with HIV have the virus in check, putting others at risk of infection, U.S. health officials said on ...
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Opposition to Common Core spurs jump in homeschooling
Several states have seen a rise in the number of students being pulled out of the classrooms by their parents in favor of homeschooling and the reason may be...
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Your East Coast Thanksgiving travel timeline: Rain, snow and delays on Wednesday
If your parents have not called you to tell you that a major storm is coming, and you should leave for home right NOW, then consider this your warning. Trave...
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Would You Live in a Treehouse?
A treehouse can be an ideal office space, vacation rental, and way of reconnecting with your youth.
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Sobering daylight in Ferguson exposes a city in shambles
Daylight shed a sobering light on Ferguson, Missouri, and the surrounding communities on Tuesday after a night of violent protests rocked the city.Tensions q...
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Philae: Bouncing baby probe gives itself another chance
It flew for 10 years, crossed millions of miles of space, bounced over the surface of a comet and returned heaps of data ... and then quietly faded away.
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Live updates: Ferguson assesses damage after night of violence
Ferguson, Missouri, is recovering Tuesday from a night of violent protests, during which businesses were burned, cars torched, stores looted and shots fired....
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Ferguson across America: The front pages after no indictment
Officer Darren Wilson will not be charged for the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown after a grand jury voted against indictment on Monday. Anger in...
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Ferguson in Flames: Protests spiral out of control
The outrage in Ferguson on Monday night was combustible.As Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced that Officer Darren Wilson would not be charged in the shoot...
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Ferguson takes stock after rage over grand jury decision
FERGUSON, Mo. ? A night of rage left behind the kind of scars Ferguson has witnessed before: smoldering buildings, looted storefronts, fire-gutted cars. What...
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Justice Department likely to impose reforms on Ferguson police
Those hoping the federal government will criminally prosecute Ferguson, Mo., police Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of an unarmed black man are likely t...