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The pilot was forced to make an emergency stop.
Braves' Teheran, Nats' Zimmermann each throw 3 scoreless innings in Atlanta's 3-2 win
Indianapolis man fatally shot in police raid watched officers on cameras; 4 officers wounded
Misspells Aretha Franklin's signature tune during toast at White House concert.
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Investigated for allegedly groping and assaulting a female lawyer on his staff.
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Obama bobbles spelling but shows R-E-S-P-E-C-T for "women of soul" at White House
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Malaysia bans Ultraman comic book for equating the Japanese action hero with Allah
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WFAA-TV reporter Gloria Campos is retiring after 30 years on the job.
Leaders held second phone call since tensions have escalated in Ukraine.
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Obama orders Russia sanctions, declares US won't let Russia carve up Ukraine; EU more cautious
Humans have long used animals as means to wage war. Historians at the University of Pennsylvania recently uncovered illustrations from the 1500s that show cats and doves with some kind of jetpacks strapped to their backs. The pictures were accompanied by instructions to use the cats to set fire to a castle or city.