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Egypt: Mubarak's charges for deaths dismissed

In what many Egyptians call the trial of the century, a court has dismissed charges against former President Hosni Mubarak related to the deaths of hundreds of protesters.

The court has also found Mubarak not guilty of corruption Saturday.

Mubarak,…

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Man in werewolf mask shoots worker

A man wearing a werewolf mask shot a worker at a check-cashing business in Southern California and fled, sparking a massive hunt, authorities said.

Police are searching for the masked assailant, who shot the worker in the head during the attack in…

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Parents: Football player said he had concussions

A missing Ohio State University football player complained about concussion symptoms before he disappeared, his parents told police.

Kosta Karageorge, a reserve defensive lineman, was last seen about 2 a.m. Wednesday, according to a tweet sent from…

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NFL player's Ferguson post draws applause

Benjamin Watson, a tight end for the New Orleans Saints, came home Monday night after a tough loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

It was late and surely he was worn out.

He turned on the television and saw everything that was going on in Ferguson, Missouri,…

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NK leader's aunt died after husband's killing

The aunt of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un suffered a fatal stroke while she was on the phone with him, arguing about her husband's execution, according to a defector from the secretive nation.

Kim Kyung Hee was the sister of Kim Jong Il, the North…

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Police: Man shoots woman, self at Nordstrom

A bustling Nordstrom store packed with holiday shoppers became the scene of a deadly shooting Friday night when a man shot a woman and then himself, Chicago officials said.

Panicked Black Friday shoppers bolted when gunfire rang out in the crowded…

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Tensions return to Ferguson streets

Tensions returned to the streets of Ferguson late Friday night as protesters marched and faced off with police, chanting "who do you protect, who do you serve" while others yelled "I pay you."

Hundreds of protesters clashed with officers and…

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NASA stages 'Black Hole Friday'

Black Friday bargain hunters, do you ever get the feeling that you're being sucked in somewhere against your control, rapidly descending to a dark, cold place?

It could be that feeling after you snatch the last Xbox away from a 9-year-old. Or it…

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Ray Rice wins suspension appeal

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has won his appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL for violating its domestic violence policy, the players union said Friday.

"The suspension has been vacated," George Atallah, the assistant…

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How to run for president from the Senate

They would seem to have big advantages going into the 2016 presidential race -- prominent jobs in Washington, access to major donors and the ability to influence the major national issues of the day.

But being a member of the Senate hardly paves a…

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