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The gunmen who attacked the French magazine last week said they had "avenged" the prophet as they left the scene. The magazine frequently targeted religion – including Islam and its prophet....
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James Boyd, 38, was killed after being confronted for illegally camping in the city's foothills. Months later, two officers who shot him are being charged with murder....
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A senior administration official said Cuba has made good on conditions of last month's historic agreement to begin normalizing ties with the U.S....
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The hackers then put out Islamic State propaganda and published what they purported was a phone list of retired U.S. generals....
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Many leaders have criticized the attacks in Paris. How does this square with their own records on freedom of the press and human rights?...
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The Education Secretary calls for scrapping the "tired" No Child Left Behind law — but advocates keeping annual tests.
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Since the 2010 Dietary Guidelines, more evidence has piled up showing the benefits of drinking water and the risks of sugary beverages. So scientists say it's time for a water symbol on MyPlate....
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Also notable was the unveiling of General Motors' all-electric Chevrolet Bolt concept car, which seems a clear rival to the Tesla....
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Taliban militants killed about 150 people at the military school in an attack last month. Students returned Monday amid heavy security....
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Governments and nonprofits have insisted on keeping control of their projects in Haiti. So projects have cost several times more than they should. And Haiti is a long way from "building back better...
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