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Pakistan Only Country Still Spreading Polio: WHO

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Wanted Ohio Man Caught After Taunting Cops on Facebook

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"No Evidence": Dad's Lawyers Dispute Jihadi John's ID

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Head of Los Zetas Drug Cartel Arrested: Mexico

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Boy, 8, Dies After Head Gets Stuck in Gate: Police

An eight-year-old boy died Tuesday after his head got stuck in his Las Vegas neighborhood's automatic gate, police said, NBC News reported. The victim was caught as he was trying to crawl through an open space where the gate's automatic arm moves through while it opens and closes, according to North Las Vegas Police. They said a child on a bike activated the gate's sensor causing it to open. The boy was unable to move away in time and was crushed. The boy had several injuries and was transported to a hospital. He was later pronounced dead. Read »
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Kerry to Visit Saudi Arabia Over Iran Nuclear Talks

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Afghan Forces Locked in Deadly Battle to Free Hostages

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Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Obamacare

The Supreme Court on Wednesday is set to hear arguments in King v. Burwell, a challenge to Barack Obama's signature healthcare policy that could deal it a crippling blow, NBC News reported. The lawsuit alleges that a phrase in the Affordable Care Act – “an exchange established by the state” – means the federal government isn’t allowed to provide subsidies to the residents of states that refused to establish health insurance exchanges under the law. If the challengers prevail, customers who bought their insurance on the federal exchange would lose their subsidies. More than six million lower-income Americans depend on the subsidies. A decision is expected by the time the Supreme Court's term ends in late June. Read »
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"Ambushed" Cop Fatally Shot by Suspect in Ga.

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Hillary Clinton: "Don't You Want to See a Woman President?"

Hillary Clinton continued to tease people waiting to hear her announce a presidential run during a speech at the Emily's List 30th Anniversary Conference and Gala in Washington, D.C., Tuesday night, NBC News reported. "I suppose it's fair to say, don't you someday want to see a woman president of the United States of America?" the former first lady said to loud applause. Clinton steered clear of questions that emerged Tuesday about her use of a personal email account instead of a government-issued email address during her time as secretary of state. Read »
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Millions Brace for Another Round of Ice, Rain and Snow

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Coal Mine Blast Kills 30 in Rebel-Held East Ukraine

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Lindsey Graham Apologizes for Pelosi "Surgeries" Comment

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Turkish Airlines Jet Skids Off Runway in Nepal

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Alabama County Halts All Marriages After Same-Sex Ruling

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