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71 bodies found in truck in Austria

Dozens of refugees -- most likely fleeing war-ravaged Syria -- died of suffocation inside an abandoned truck on an Austrian highway, authorities said Friday.…

Nitama, Kishi Station's new cat stationmaster

Meet Nitama, Japan's new cat stationmaster

It's one of the most closely guarded succession plans outside of North Korea: Who will replace Tama?

Japan's cute cat stationmaster passed away earlier this…

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U.S. stocks set for bumpy end to a wild week

TGIF! Yes, really.

After some of the wildest days on markets in recent memory, the weekend can't come soon enough for many. Panicked selling Monday and…

Donald Trump, Marco Rubio

Trump and Rubio: A tale of two campaigns

In one pocket of South Carolina on Thursday, Donald Trump invited a woman to stroke his golden hair. In another, Marco Rubio lectured students on eradicating…

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Tropical Storm Erika soaks Dominica; 4 dead

Heavy rain from Tropical Storm Erika has caused devastation on the Caribbean island of Dominica, leaving at least four people dead and more than 20 missing,…

Fly across the country without using airports

It's no secret that crowded airports can be a hassle and a giant time-suck for cross-country travelers. Soon, a workaround may be available for corporations…

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Clinton compares GOPers to 'terrorist groups'

Republican presidential candidates are striking back Friday after Hillary Clinton compared some of them who hold conservative views on abortion and women's…

Frank Petersen

First African-American Marine aviator dies

Pioneer. Warrior. Role model.

Those are just some of the accolades given to Frank Petersen, the first African-American Marine aviator, who died this week at 83…

Otto Perez Molina Guatemala President

Thousands demand resignation of Guatemalan president

There were college students and teachers. There were also union workers and peasants. They came from across Guatemala with one message: "Enough is enough."…

Sarah Palin

Palin: ESPN 'buys into ISIS propaganda'

Sarah Palin tore into ESPN on Thursday night, calling the network "whimpering" and "intolerant" for suspending baseball analyst Curt Schilling for a tweet…

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