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Police: Woman falsifies story in manhunt

An Illinois woman sent 100 officers scrambling overnight after saying she saw two men who fit the description of the cop killers police have been looking for.…

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Woolly sheep doesn't look like this now

An Australian champion sheep shearer has set an unofficial world record after clipping a sheep that had become so overgrown its life was endangered.

The…

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China flexes muscles with military parade

With swarms of fighter jets and helicopters flying overhead, some 12,000 troops marched through the center of Beijing as China marked the 70th anniversary of…

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300 girls hospitalized due to mysterious gas

Mysterious fumes in two Afghan schools have sent more than 300 girls to a hospital this week -- and officials suspect the incidents were deliberate.

On…

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Bangkok suspect carrying bomb formula

Thai police have said a second suspect arrested in connection with last month's deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine was carrying a piece of paper with a…

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Steve Jobs probably didn’t have this in mind

An iPhone stopped a bullet during an armed robbery attempt at an apartment complex in Fresno, California, on Tuesday, according to KFSN.

Fresno police say an…

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Pet cobra on the lam in Orlando

A word of advice to the people of Orlando. Before you step outside Thursday or send your pet out into the backyard, take a little extra time to look around…

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Budapest train station opens for limited travel

[Breaking news update, posted at 3:28 a.m.]

Migrants streamed into Budapest's Keleti train station on Thursday, breaking a deadlock with authorities outside.…

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Embattled Guatemalan President Pérez Molina resigns

Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina resigned late Wednesday amid a corruption scandal, his spokesman said.

The resignation came within hours of the Attorney…

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Ex-State Department employee refuses to testify on emails

A former State Department employee who worked on Hillary Clinton's private email server has informed Congress that he will invoke the Fifth Amendment to avoid…

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