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Randy Quaid Arrested While Crossing US Border

The actor was kicked out of Canada but is wanted on felony charges in the US

Elderly woman fears home loss in Atlanta flood-control plan

Elderly Atlanta woman, neighborhood champion, afraid of losing home in city flood-control plan

Explosions Kill Dozens at Peace Rally in Turkey

At least 30 people were killed and over 120 were injured when two explosions hit the Turkish capital Ankara Saturday.

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Stella McCartney Suing Steve Madden

Steve Madden is in some hot water. The design company has just been hit with a lawsuit by Stella McCartney over selling what she calls poorly made knockoffs.

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Anti-Violence Programs Shut Down As Chicago Shootings Climb

Illinois budget feud leads to shutdown of anti-violence programs as Chicago shootings climb.

Carson: News Media 'Like Used Car Salesmen'

He defends Holocaust comments

Lawyer: Cosby deposition lasted hours, 2nd will be sought

Accuser's lawyer: Cosby deposition in sex abuse lawsuit lasted hours, another will be sought

Road to playoffs can be long, brutal grind _ or rapid ride

Alex Rios played nearly 1,700 games to reach playoffs; others relish quick path to postseason

Boomer: My Top 5 QB's for Week 5

Sports Illustrated's Boomer Esiason gives his top 5 quarterbacks heading into Week 5 of the NFL season.

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India: Saudi Employer 'Cut Off Maid's Arm'

Attack was revenge for complaining of mistreatment

US boosts privacy protection on health insurance website

Responding to criticism, Obama administration boosts privacy protection on HealthCare.gov

Facing ban on orca breeding, SeaWorld contemplates next move

SeaWorld mulls over next step after California bans orca breeding as condition to new tanks

More, smaller icebergs could show up in Alaska tanker lanes

Study foresees more, smaller icebergs from Alaska glacier in oil tanker shipping lanes

North Korea To Display Military Show Of Force

CNN's Will Ripley reports North Korea is "likely preparing" to display its military might ahead of the 70th anniversary of the Workers Party's founding.

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Jazz producer Larry Rosen, co-founder of GRP label, dies

Prominent jazz record producer Larry Rosen, co-founder of GRP label, dies at 75

New California law extends privacy rights to electronic data

California law boosts data protections, but activists say action still needed at federal level

Tegna, Dish spar over contract fees

Subscribers left in the dark as Dish, Tegna hit contract snag

Residents of contaminated town wary of government efforts

Atop contaminated soil, small town in coastal North Carolina wrestles with restoration efforts

In an Alaska Village, a Suicidal Domino Effect

3 young people commit suicide, each one influenced by the one before

NYC, state reach deal on mass transit capital funding

Ending dispute, NYC, state reach deal on $26 billion mass transit capital funding program

GOP Pushes a Reluctant Paul Ryan Toward Speakership

House Republicans are throwing their support behind Paul Ryan for Speaker of the House but Ryan doesn't seem so sure.

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'Lost' Star Kiele Sanchez Miscarries Baby One Month Before Due Date

Kiele Sanchez and her husband Zach Gilford suffered an unthinkable loss. Their unborn baby died just one month before he was supposed to be born.

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Street Harassment Confronter Stabbed

Costa Ricans are celebrating a man for defending a woman in the street - but he has now been attacked.

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Facebook Pic Reveals More Than Couple Bargained For

'You should call us. Your mother is confused'